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Beat Eating Disorders, Remote
£23,424 per year
Beat are recruiting Clinical Supervisors to provide high quality clinical supervision to our Support Programmes team.
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Remote
£23,424 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 20 Hour Contract
Job description

Beat- The UK’s Eating Disorder Charity are hiring x2 experienced Clinical Supervisors to provide clinical supervision to our team of support officers.

The purpose of the post is to ensure that Beat’s support officers are provided with high quality clinical supervision on a regular basis as they provide support and advice to people affected by eating disorders across our support programmes.

The postholder will report to Head of Safeguarding and Quality Assurance. They will have a highly collaborative working relationship with the Deputy Managers and Deputy Directors of Services.  They will build effective working relationships with all colleagues within Beat, ensuring the Support Services team continue to provide programmes that contribute to the success of our strategy.

They will work closely with Beat’s Clinical Team to ensure that new and existing specialist services are supervised in line with up to date research and practice.

Structured programmes are delivered within the Support Services opening hours (Mon-Fri 9am-8.30pm, Sat and Sun 4pm-8.30pm) The ability to work flexibly is required. While most of the supervision/training will be provided during the day, there is the need to be flexible to ensure that all team members can access clinical supervision within these hours.

Key Responsibilities 

  1. Clinical supervision, that incorporates aspects of case management, of our team of Support Officers, providing high quality specialist advice and support to them on a regular basis. 

  1. Carry out quality and ethical supervision in line with Beat’s supervision policy.

  1. Adhere to your professional code of conduct and maintain continuing professional development to ensure you remain fit for practice 

  1. Assist the Head of Safeguarding and Quality Assurance and clinical team with development of new and existing support services in line with safeguarding policies, statutory requirements, and evidence-based practice 

  1. Deliver training to staff and volunteers, including ensuring that the team are up to date with changes in statutory requirements

  1. Ensure any safeguarding concerns raised within clinical supervision are documented and shared with the supervisor and service managers who will monitor and review cases 

  1. Identify own personal learning and development needs and seek opportunities to address them. 

  1. Other responsibilities relevant to the purpose of the role as required by the line manager. 

These responsibilities are subject to review and may be varied in emphasis depending on operational requirements. 

Posted on: 18 May 2022
Closing date: 06 June 2022 at 09:00
Tags: Practitioner,Care Management

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