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Missing People is a national charity

Clinical Supervisor

£35 per hour.  Permanent.

Hours – choose from:

  • Option 1: Clinical Supervisor for frontline staff. 10 hours per month, must be available on Mondays.
  • Option 2: Clinical Supervision for the Senior Coordinator team. 3.5 hours per month, weekday afternoons.

THE IMPACT YOU WILL HAVE

Your will provide clinical supervision to staff across Missing People’s Services Team. It is essential for the frontline team to be able to maintain strong boundaries, have regular debriefing and the space to process the work they do and to reflect on how working with this trauma is impacting them, as well as to develop their practice. You will:

  • Provide regular individual clinical supervision for frontline staff or Senior Coordinators / Team Leaders;
  • Monitor attendance at supervision;
  • Provide regular reports to the Services Leadership Team on engagement with supervision and any development needs identified;
  • Facilitate 2-4 thematic group sessions per year for Services staff (reflective practice).

ABOUT YOU

You will have proven experience of:

  • Providing clinical supervision to helpline staff and/or their team leaders;
  • Transforming experience into learning;
  • Working around the issues of suicide & self-harm, mental health crisis and discrimination;
  • Working around the issues of child sexual and criminal exploitation and traumatic grief (bereavement by suicide, homicide);
  • Implementing safeguarding procedures to safeguard children, young people or adults at risk of harm.

You must also have:

  • Qualification in clinical supervision with a minimum of 2 years post qualification practice;
  • BACP registration or accreditation (preferred) or UKCP registration;
  • Be a qualified Counsellor.
  • The legal right to work in the UK. We are unable to provide sponsorship for this position.
  • If you work remotely you must have a private and secure place you can work in the UK and internet access.

HOW TO APPLY

If you want to be a lifeline when someone goes missing, click apply to read the full job description, and a letter from the Director of Services. We look forward to receiving your application.

Include your CV and a brief covering letter explaining how you would be a good fit for this role. Please tell us whether you wish to apply for Option 1 (10 hours per month) or Option 2 (3.5 hours per month).

Closing date: 23:59 on 23rd June 2024. We reserve the right to close the vacancy early in the event of a very large number of applications, so Apply Now!

Interviews: 27th June 2024

To apply for this job please visit missingpeople.livevacancies.co.uk.

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