Job Title: Clinical Psychologist
Working Hours: Part time, 1 day per week
Salary: £36,700 - 38,000 p.a.(pro rata)
As a Clinical Psychologist within the Helen Bamber Foundation, you will be responsible for supporting the Heads of Therapies in providing a comprehensive range of therapeutic interventions to clients of the Helen Bamber Foundation.
This role will include delivery of highly specialised psychological assessments for both medico-legal and clinical purposes, provision of appropriate evidence-based therapies, delivery of clinical supervision to staff from non-clinical backgrounds who nonetheless have significant client contact, and supervision of assistant and trainee clinical psychologists on final year specialist placements. At times, the role may include input into policy, research and fundraising and delivery of consultancy and training.
We are looking for someone who is committed to working therapeutically with individuals who have experienced human rights abuses and who have developed trauma spectrum disorders as a result. In addition to proven experience in working therapeutically with this client group, the candidate will have a passion for human rights work beyond the individual client work, and a desire to contribute to effecting change at a policy level. This role requires the ability to react and respond creatively and appropriately to the needs of the charity.
How to apply:
Please submit an up-to-date CV and a covering letter by 5 pm on Wednesday 16th December 2020, outlining your relevant skills and experience, as well as how your previous experience that matches the listed responsibilities and person specification to email@example.com. Please state in your covering letter when you would be available to start the role. Interviews are scheduled to be held on the mornings of Thursday 07 January and Friday 08 January 2021 via Zoom.
Job Title: Director of Finance and Operations
Working Hours: Full Time
Salary: c. £55,000 (dependent on experience)
This is an exciting time to be joining HBF as we are successfully driving forward our strategy to increase impact and income, and have recently become a group structure with the addition of Asylum Aid to the Helen Bamber Foundation Group team. You will be joining Helen Bamber Foundation Group at a time when we are looking forward to the next phase of the charity’s development. As the Director of Finance & Operations, you will oversee the financial management and financial control of the group, ensuring that the charity’s operations continue to be financial sustainable and based on robust financial planning. You will also oversee all non-frontline areas of operations for the charity, leading a small team to ensure the efficient running of the charity and offices.
Working closely with the bookkeeper and the CEO, you will manage the processing of payroll and payments, produce and monitor monthly management accounts, monitor income, develop an annual budgets, and create the annual accounts for the audit process. With the recent addition of Asylum Aid to our charity we are also looking to increase the team to deliver the necessary finance support for the Legal Aid Authority engagement.
You must have experience of strong financial management, as well as accounting procedures and ideally would hold a Recognised Accounting Qualification. You must be able to work under pressure, manage your time effectively and have strong communication skills. You will be overseeing the organisational risk register and helping to ensure improvements in its support systems including sourcing a new premises. Our current lease expires in April 2023.
This position is key to helping the Helen Bamber Foundation to deliver its ambitious strategy to increase impact on all survivors of trafficking and torture.
HBF is an equal opportunities and Living Wage employer. We are committed to attracting and recruiting diverse candidates as we are keen to make sure that our staff, trustees, volunteers and ambassadors reflect the communities we serve and the wider community we work in at every level within the organisation.
How to apply:
Please submit an up to date CV and a covering letter by 9am on Monday 30th November by outlining your relevant skills and experience, as well as how your previous experience that matches the listed responsibilities and person specification to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please state in your covering letter when you would be available to start the role. Interviews are scheduled to be held on Wednesday 8th or Thursday 9th December and will be conducted either via Zoom or in person.
We particularly welcome applications from those with Black, Asian, Minority-Ethnic, refugee and migrant backgrounds.
If you have an enquiries or would like to speak to someone about the role please contact Kerry Smith (Kerry.Smith@helenbamber.org)
If you have psychological or psychiatric training and are interested in providing professional support to refugees and asylum seekers who have suffered torture and extreme human cruelty, you may be interested in our consultant opportunities for Medico-Legal Report (MLR) writing.
Please see our Volunteering Page for further opportunities to get involved.