We’re hiring……

Job Role: Remote CBT Therapist

Job Type: Full-time/ Part Time Permanent roles available

Salary: Attractive base salary which is flexible – dependant on experience and qualifications

Base: Home location

Background

“Our mission is to transform psychological healthcare…to give people the help they need, when they need it, how they want it …regardless of where they live.”

CBT Clinics is a multi-award-winning psychological assessment and treatment provider with a reputation for clinical excellence and leading governance & safeguarding, supported by a track record of digital innovation. CBT Clinics supports a multitude of clients including large corporate employers, Private Medical Insurers, and Personal Injury and Rehab providers. We have become a leading provider within the key sector markets with outstanding client retention and national accolades for innovative service delivery. We aim to become the leading provider of outpatient psychological services in the UK and beyond.

Job purpose

We have new, additional opportunities for BABCP Accredited CBT Therapists to join our home based, highly regarded award-winning team, delivering remote therapy interventions by telephone and secure video conferencing.

Are you passionate about delivering clinical excellence? Are you able to demonstrate skills in providing remote therapy whilst maintaining outstanding clinical outcomes? Do you enjoy working collaboratively as part of an innovative team? Would you thrive in a home-based role, with high quality clinical support, supervision and CPD? Then our role could be perfect for you!

As a homeworking clinician delivering remote therapy interventions your primary responsibilities will include:

  • Providing 1:1 clinical assessments and interventions via telephone and secure video to our customers
  • Manging an agreed caseload and number of contacts per week
  • Ensuring that treatment is in line with NICE guidelines and evidence-based practice, whilst being individualised to each customer’s needs
  • Ensuring we continue to deliver excellence in clinical, work and satisfaction outcomes
  • Providing advice, support and peer supervision to other colleagues working within the organisation

In return, we offer the opportunity to work within a supportive, vibrant, forward thinking organisation with opportunities to progress your clinical skills through supported supervision and professional development.

 

Benefits include:

  • 33 days annual leave (including bank holidays)
  • Company sick pay
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Life Insurance
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity pay
  • Opportunity to apply for sabbatical leave
  • EAP Helpline
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Referral payments for recommending Staff

To find out more about CBT Clinics see out website at www.cbtclinics.co.uk. If you have any questions about the role or would like to apply please can you follow the link and apply via https://cbtclinics.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=5ff915c0-2d96-4e12-a28b-affd7dfddb19

CBT Clinics is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from every sector of the community.


 

Internal Recruiter

Full Time Opportunity

 

Can you create a more compelling ad than this one? If so, you need to apply.

 

Salary: £25,000 + dependent on experience

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Base: York office and home location

 

Background

The CBT Clinics Group provides high quality, psychological treatments. We have a reputation for clinical excellence, supported by a track record of digital innovation. The CBT Clinics Group support’s a multitude of clients including large corporate employers, Private Medical Insurers, and Personal Injury and Rehab providers. It is a fast growing and expanding group employing a variety of clinical, other professional employees and support staff. To sum it up we are a dynamic, growing Group and……

 

“Our mission is to transform psychological healthcare…to give people the help they need, when they need it, how they want it …regardless of where they live.”

 

Is this new position for you?

We need an Internal Recruiter working as part of a small, busy HR team, who support all three of our Group Companies, by effectively promoting the Groups employer brand. You will source quality candidates to meet the Group’s strategic and operational business targets and ensure we have an adequate pipeline of qualified talent to meet our clinical and operations headcount forecast. You will effectively manage the recruitment pipeline and build the Group’s talent bank to support its significant planned growth.

 

Are you passionate about making a difference? Have you experience of internal recruitment (ideally for clinical roles)?  Are you able to demonstrate skills in helping develop our employer brand recruiting engaging and influencing people? Do you enjoy working in a busy innovative team? Would you thrive in a role involving office and home-based working? Then, our role could be perfect for you!

 

Job Role

As our Internal Recruiter, your primary responsibilities will include:

 

  • Providing a comprehensive sourcing service across the Group which will include:
    • Educate mangers and Team leaders to write accurate, consistent high-quality job descriptions
    • Ensure everyone complies with the Groups recruitment sign off and candidate offer processes
    • Write creative and compelling job adverts
    • Create objective and behavioural based candidate selection and scoring templates
    • Undertake screening interviews via different media
  • Attend resource capacity planning meetings with the operational and finance teams
  • Ensure the business has a sufficient quantity and quality recruitment pipeline to meets its targets
  • Provide support by arranging interviews
  • Attend careers fairs to promote the brand and talent spotting
  • Liaise and support HR with the offer and candidate due diligence process
  • Create, recruitment pipeline / candidate tracking metrics and KPI’s reports as necessary
  • Build a talent base for various key job roles
  • Provide recruitment training on best practise to Group Team Leaders and Managers
  • Undertake any other duties as required which are within the post holder’s capability

 

In return, we offer the opportunity to work within a supportive, vibrant, forward thinking team with opportunities to progress your career.

 

Our Benefits include:

 

  • 31 days annual leave (including bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Life Insurance cover
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity pay
  • IT Equipment provided
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Staff referral payments scheme
  • Employee Wellbeing & EAP service

 

 

If you are interested in applying, please visit this website: https://cbtclinics.peoplehr.net/Pages/JobBoard/Opening.aspx?v=678618e7-f978-4523-a501-148934cbf53f or if you have any questions email [email protected]

 

The CBT Clinics Group is an inclusive equal opportunities employer, and we welcome applications from every sector of the community.

 


Psychological Treatment Co-ordinator

Are you looking for your next challenge in the mental healthcare sector?  We have some exciting new opportunities to join our expanding team as a Psychological Treatment Co-ordinator at our head office in York.

 

Our Psychological Treatment Coordinators play a vital role in managing your own portfolio of cases will include :

  • pro-active case management,
  • administrative support
  • being responsible for handling inbound and outbound calls to maintain regular contact with our clients, customers and therapists.

We pride ourselves on offering our customers the highest level of customer service and you will support this by ensuring that agreed service levels are achieved and invoices are issued promptly by liaising with the relevant parties involved in delivering the client’s treatment. This role is the ‘face’ of the business and as you would expect you will be highly professional and efficient.

 

Psychological Treatment Coordinator Responsibilities:

  • Provision of a broad range of case management and administration support to defined caseload of client’s
  • Organise, plan and prioritise workload to deliver against specific goals and plans to achieve optimum output
  • Adhere to the service level agreements as agreed between the Company and their clients
  • Document and record all information by updating our case management system to ensure a clear and accurate record of each case is stored
  • Perform the administrative activities to ensure that all service levels are achieved, and cases are kept up to date
  • Undertake inbound and outbound calls to professionally and effectively manage relationships, progress client treatment and support the client and therapist in delivering effective treatment
  • Generate invoices promptly and efficiently
  • Keep up to date technically, applying learning and knowledge to the Treatment Co-ordinator role

 

Psychological Treatment Coordinator Requirements:

  • Possess a degree in Psychology or a health related subject
  • Proficient in IT systems including Microsoft office and comfortable with CRM packages
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers
  • Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines, while maintaining a positive empathetic attitude and providing exemplary service standards
  • Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines, and standard accepted practices
  • Ability to work as part of a team, encouraging open discussion of issues, evaluating, developing and improving others to be the best they can be
  • Self-driven with the ability to use time effectively to prioritise, plan and organise workload to meet the diverse needs of the organisation on a day-to-day basis
  • Able to instigate a practical hands-on approach to problems encountered whilst employing critical thinking to understand the impact of potential solutions
  • Able to adapt to change quickly and efficiently in line with changing business needs

 

About CBT Clinics:

 

CBT Clinics is a dynamic growing business providing a multi-award winning psychological assessment and treatment service which facilitates evidence-based psychological therapy implemented across a wide range of sectors, including Corporate Healthcare, Personal Healthcare, Personal Injury Healthcare and Public Sector Healthcare. We work B2B to provide psychological services to solicitors, rehabilitation providers, insurance agencies and employers, whilst our clients also include members of the public and the Armed Forces, Emergency Services and Medico-Legal Partners.


Remote BABCP accredited or HCPC registered Counselling / Clinical Psychologists and CBT Therapists

 

We Have Full and Part Time Opportunities

Salary: circa £39,000 – £43,000 dependent on qualifications and experience

Hours: Between 22.5 and 37.5 hours per week – flexible to suit you!

Base: Home location

Our business is growing, and we are actively looking for BABCP Accredited or HCPC registered CBT Therapists to join our home based, highly regarded award-winning team.

When you join our group, you will become part of a growing team and wider network community of evidence-based therapists delivering remote therapy interventions by telephone and secure video conferencing.  We are committed to achieving excellent outcomes and our clinical leadership team will invest in you providing supervision and CPD to ensure that you grow as a clinician with us. As the UK’s leading provider, we offer a variety of cases and new experiences, with work catered to your preferences. As a business we are investing in the latest digital tools and platforms to enable you to treat people effectively, remotely, where and when they want.

CBT Clinics Group are transforming psychological health care and our clinical team sit at the heart of what we do. 

We have been a provider of pure mental health care since 2003, covering prevention to assessment, treatments, major incident treatments and post treatment care. We are a leading provider in the personal injury and rehab market and work with a number of high-profile insurers and corporate clients. We deliver evidence-based mental health therapy through our team of in-house clinicians and a national network of high quality and trusted therapists. We have a reputation for clinical excellence and are dedicated to providing high quality, evidence-based psychological solutions which deliver exceptional clinical outcomes. We have an industry leading clinical governance & safeguarding structure, supported by a programme of continued digital innovation.

If you are passionate about delivering clinical excellence and would thrive in a home-based role with high quality support, supervision and CPD we look forward to hearing from you!

Job Role

As a homeworking clinician delivering remote therapy interventions your primary responsibilities will include:

  • Providing 1:1 clinical assessments and interventions via telephone and secure video to our customers
  • Managing an agreed caseload and a number of contacts per week
  • Ensuring that treatment is in line with NICE guidelines and evidence-based practice and tailored to each customer’s needs.
  • Ensuring we continue to deliver excellence in clinical, work and satisfaction outcomes
  • Providing advice, support and peer supervision to other colleagues working within the organisation

In return, we offer the opportunity to work within a supportive, vibrant, forward thinking team with a variety of opportunities to progress your clinical skills through supported supervision and professional development.

Our Benefits include

  • Flexible hours
  • 33 days annual leave (including bank holidays)
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • IT equipment provided
  • Life Insurance – 5 X salary
  • Enhanced maternity/paternity pay
  • Company sick pay
  • Opportunity to apply for sabbatical leave
  • EAP Helpline
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Referral payments for recommending staff

Please click Apply now or if you have any questions email [email protected]

This is what our Clinicians love about CBT Clinics

Testimonials:

“I recently celebrated my 3-month anniversary with CBT Clinics. It has been the best move I could have made at a time of uncertainty. I love the balance of autonomy and support when needed, the diversity of the work, and the sense of working to a high standard that is appreciated by my manager and my clients. Thank you”

BABCP Accredited CBT Therapist, Supervisor and Trainer, HEA Fellow

 

“I have found working for CBT clinics a great balance between being valued as a skilled practitioner and being supported as part of a team. Everyone within the organisation has been so friendly and helpful and I’m really enjoying the clinical work as well. It feels like an exciting place to be as the organisation expands and improves and our feedback and suggestions are always invited.

Despite working as a remote CBT Therapist, I do not feel cut off or apart from what is going on. I feel very much part of the team! PG Dip CBT, RN (MH) BABCP Accredited CBT Therapist

 

“After a really tough year and feeling undervalued in a previous position, I took the scary jump to see what else was out there for me. I am so glad I did. Even from my first telephone interview I felt that I shared the same drive and ethos within the company. Learning a new way of working has had its challenges but I feel that it’s been manageable and helped me grow due to the supportive team. What stands out is feeling valued and this is where I think CBT clinics shine. An appreciated worker will always give their best and then some and that’s what I have found here. My clinical work has seen the benefits in my performance and already feel I am doing better in terms of my clinical work in this environment. There is attention to detail in terms of how to make things better for me as a clinician and I feel I have been included in how to shape the future of the business in terms of ideas and things that may need tweaking. I have also been given opportunities to try new things I have never done before such as deliver training and be involved with pilot schemes, which makes me feel firmly embedded in the company. I feel thankful for the opportunity and love working in my new role-Special thanks to Clare and Liz and rest of the CBT clinics team.” PG Dip CBT, BABCP Accredited CBT Therapist.

The CBT Clinics Group is an inclusive equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from every sector of the community.


Head of Marketing

 

Brief

 

We are looking for a highly credible and dynamic individual to establish and lead our Marketing function.

 

We’re on an exciting mission to be the UK’s leading provider of psychological assessments and outpatient treatment for insurers, corporate and consumers. We are here to make people’s lives better by delivering life changing mental health treatments through our own clinical staff and a via nationwide network of high quality and trusted therapists. We’re already a leading provider in the personal injury and rehab market and work with a number of high profile insurers, corporates. We are investing heavily in the use of technology and digital solutions so that our customers can access treatment at a time and place to suit them but still allowing choice of face to face care as and when required.

 

Your responsibilities

  • Own and execute the annual marketing plan within the agreed budget. Establish metrics and KPIs to track performance and ensure marketing activities deliver the highest value.  Research and Track competitor activity.
  • Own the brand and guide the business on staying ‘on brand’ in all activities.
  • Own the content marketing strategy for the business and manage the corporate website and social channels.
  • Work with the Commercial team on specific lead generation campaigns (email, social etc),  prepare webinars & organise trade events.
  • Manage PR & Digital agencies and ensure they are being used effectively to support the business goals.
  • Work with the Product team to build launch assets/comms suitable for our target segments.
  • Work with the Clinical Network team & HR to network and internal comms planning.

 

What we are looking for

  • You will have a proven track record running marketing preferably in a SME or Private Equity environment.
  • Ideally you will have worked within the corporate health or wellbeing market  and had both B2B and B2C experience in your career to date.
  • You are a versatile, hands-on marketer, who loves wearing many hats. One day you may be working on our strategic marketing plan or building out an email campaign and the next supporting the sales team on the development of new business presentations.
  • You have strong commercial and strategic awareness.
  • Above all you are a self-starter – you’ll be part of a small team, reporting into our Chief Commercial Officer, but will need to be able to work autonomously and take decisions.

Administrator

Are you looking for your next challenge in the mental healthcare sector?  We have an exciting opportunity to join our expanding team as an Administrator at our head office in York.

 

Our Administrators are responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient administration of CBT Clinics to meet the diverse needs of our customers and clients.

 

Administrator Responsibilities:

 

  • Exceed our customers expectations by providing a professional and prompt customer service
  • Systems management is a key aspect of the role
  • Provide administration support for the operational and clinical teams;
  • Set up new clinicians on the appropriate systems
  • Monthly reporting and highlighting any areas of concern regarding workloads
  • Research and prepare reports as required by Managers within the business.

 

 

Key skills:

 

  • Time Management – Management of own workload using time effectively to prioritise and plan key tasks
  • Positivity – Cultivate positive relationships with internal and external colleagues
  • Communication – Express thoughts and feelings in a way that maintains effectiveness, motivation and optimism
  • Collaboration – Work as part of a team
  • Organisation – Self-driven, meticulous, with high levels of attention to detail
  • Problem solving – employ critical thinking to identify possible solutions
  • Flexibility – Be able to adapt quickly and efficiently in line with the changing needs of the role
  • Proficiency in IT
  • Demonstratable experience in an office administrator role

 

 

About CBT Clinics:

 

CBT Clinics is a dynamic growing business providing a multi-award winning psychological assessment and treatment service which facilitates evidence-based psychological therapy implemented across a wide range of sectors, including Corporate Healthcare, Personal Healthcare, Personal Injury Healthcare and Public Sector Healthcare.

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