We are always looking to develop innovative ways of working using evidence-based practice to make lives better for children. People in the team are highly competent and confident, have established a culture of learning and improvement.

We are looking for people to join us who are committed to working with children and making a difference to their lives. To work at Seamab, you have to believe that you can help children heal, grow and learn and be prepared to work to achieve our vision, values and commitment.

You must be able to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team who work together to achieve our shared vision for children, contributing your knowledge, skills and experience.

Psychologist £30k - £34k doe (22.5 hours, Temp 3-year appointment)

You will lead and develop our small therapeutic team at Seamab, a residential school providing care and education for children and young people aged 5-18 years. The young people come with histories of complex trauma and neurodevelopmental difficulties. You will develop comprehensive psychological assessments for our children/young people, leading to a psychologically informed evidence-based intervention plan. The therapeutic staff provide consultation and guidance to the care and education teams ensuring care and education therapy plans are appropriate to the needs of individual children and are achieving positive outcomes across both settings.

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Sessional Worker

Would you like the opportunity to work at a time that suits you? We operate a Sessional Worker pool, to supplement our core workforce to cover annual leave and absence. All we do is let you know when we have shifts available and in return, you can develop and learn, supporting the most vulnerable children in Scotland, who are cared for at Seamab.

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