Graduate Psychologist

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37 hours per week

1 year contract

£19,551 -£20,250 depending on experience

The  Graduate Psychologist post has been created to support the Improving Access to Psychological Services work of the organisation, taking on some of the non-clinical aspects of the work to free up clinicians for the specific duties for which they are trained, thereby helping North Kent Mind to provide IAPT treatments to their clients and to ensure that all aspects of the service meet the standards as laid down in the national IAPT programme.

The post holder would have the opportunity to work alongside clinicians, the Outreach worker, administration staff and the IAPT Manager.

If you have a Psychology Degree (2.1 or higher) and have a good understanding of mental health issues, we like to hear from you.  If you have excellent IT skills and a good understanding of Microsoft Office Programmes.  The ability to understand and analyse data and formulate reports, please contact us.

Completed application forms must be sent to by the closing date.

Closing Date for Applications – Wednesday, 15th December 2021 at 5pm

For further information please contact 01322 291380 and ask to speak to Bally Jassal or go to to download a Graduate Psychologist application pack.  CV’s alone will not be accepted, but they can be attached to the application. Interviews will be held following receipt of an application form.