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Prinicipal Clinical or Forensic Psychologist

  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Overseas Psychologists

  • Contact:

    Lisa Thomas

  • Salary:

    £38000 - £45000 per annum + + Benefits Package

  • Job type:

    Permanent - full time

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  • Published:

    16 days ago

Are you an experienced Clinical or Forensic Psychologist seeking a new challenge or an overseas Psychologist considering a career in the U.K?

MSI Group are working closely with one of the U.K's leading mental health care providers. Our client has been providing a national network of specialist mental health services for more than 30 years. They work towards helping thousands of people every day, at more than 140 sites across the UK. The outstanding quality of care starts with commitment to their people, they empower, support and nurture all employees and there is always room to grow and develop within the company.
There is a vacancy for a Clinical or Forensic Psychologist at their 82 bed hospital with six wards consisting of a medium secure male ward, two low secure (male and female) wards, two PICU male wards and one female acute ward in Stevenage.

If successful, you will be working across the two service lines (Secure and PICU/Acute) and as a ward psychologist on one of the male secure services.

Benefits include:

  • Strong career progression opportunities into management roles.
  • Monthly reflective practice, & support with CPD opportunities.
  • Expert clinical supervision & peer support.
  • Pension scheme.
  • Cycle to work scheme & employee discount saving.
  • Paid tier 2 sponsorship.
  • Paid visa.
  • Overseas relocation package including paid flight and support with accommodation costs.
  • Signing on bonus.


  • HCPC registered or HCPC registration processing.
  • Minimum 4 years qualified experience.
  • Preferably trained in complex therapies such as Schema focused, Cognitive Analytical and DBT.
  • Experience working in forensic services.
  • Capable of treating difficulties such as self-harm, physical & verbal aggression, history of sexual offending and drug & alcohol problems
  • Knowledgeable about risk management, legislation & its impact on service provision.

Please note: successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

To find out more about the day to day duties of the role, please send your CV and apply or contact MSI today!