Website Northpoint

  • Halifax, HX1 1TA
  • £36,860 – £42,390 per annum
  • Permanent * Full time

Do you want to be part of the change we’re bringing to mental health support?

We have a unique opportunity for a Clinician and Supervisor to join Northpoint. This role will involve working across Calderdale deliver high quality mental health support to children and young people. You will join us on a permanent contract and in return, you will receive a competitive salary. 

Why us? 

At Northpoint, we are committed to supporting our employees in their professional development. We offer relevant post-qualification training and membership/registration of relevant professional bodies. We also provide a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.

What you will be doing as our Clinician and Supervisor:

You will be responsible for delivering high-quality mental health support to children and young people in educational and mental health settings.

You will be responsible for supervising low-intensity cognitive behavioural interventions and providing whole-school approaches to mental health in education settings.                                         

What are we looking for in our ideal Clinician and Supervisor:

  • At least 2 years’ experience working therapeutically or clinically with children and young people with mental health difficulties and their families.
  • Experience in delivering CBT-informed practice and multi-agency collaborative working.
  • A relevant professional qualification and a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a children and young people’s mental health setting post-qualification.
  • Experience in delivering CBT-informed supervision at a low-intensity level/ or completion of any relevant EMHP low intensity supervision training at an allocated university.
  • Proactive, reliable, self-motivated and able to work independently.
  • The flexibility to meet service needs and be well-organised, able to manage your time effectively.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be able to teach, train and provide clear consultation.
  • The ability to think clinically/therapeutically about client needs and improve services to increase efficiency and enhance patient experience.
  • The ability to provide culturally sensitive support and supervision, and the ability to mediate successfully/resolve conflict situations.
  • The ability to develop, establish and maintain positive relationships with others both internal and external to the organisation and with service users and their carers.

If you have the skills, knowledge and experience we are looking for and are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and young people please click ‘Apply’ today  – we would love to hear from you!

Closing date: 1 December 2023

We may utilise digital interview methods. 

We aim to be a talented, resilient and inclusive community. We welcome applications from all and offer a variety of flexible working/job share opportunities for both full and part-time staff. 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults, and expect all staff to share this commitment. Applicants to posts that are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act will require a DBS from the Disclosure and Barring Service before the appointment is confirmed.