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First Give
£18,500 - £21,500 per year
Seeking an enthusiastic communicator and administrator to support First Give as we grow in this exciting development opportunity
Latin American Women's Rights Service
EC1Y, London
£35,700 pro rata
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London, Greater London
£21,000 - £36,000 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 21 hours per week
Job description

Clinical Services Manager (London)
Purpose of Post: To manage clinical work in our London Centre, Finsbury Park 
Reporting to:Clinical Director
Key Relationships:Clinical Director, supervisors, Centre Manager, therapists, CEO, London Clinical Services Manager, Outreach Services Manager and administrative staff.

Terms: £36,000 p.a., pro-rata for 21 hours.
Hours: 21 hours per week over 3 days
Location: Finsbury Park, London N4

Main Responsibilities

  • To manage the client journey from referral to allocation for new clients including oversight of assessments and allocations
  • To act in the role of senior therapist in the service, providing case consultation if required
  • To manage the therapist team ensuring compliance with icap clinical policies and procedures
  • To work as part of the Clinical Management Team with Clinical Services Manager (Birmingham), Outreach Services Manager and Clinical Director
  • To work with the Clinical Director on recruitment of therapists and clinical professional development
  • To support the Chief Executive and Clinical Director in the development of icap and, where appropriate, promote and represent the organisation externally at inter-agency and clinical meetings;
  • To attend clinical supervision with a supervisor appointed by icap



  • To triage new referrals to the service
  • To oversee the assessment and allocation of all new clients including liaison with the therapist team conducting assessments
  • To work closely with the Clinical Administrator who leads on the administration of the clinical service
  • To act as a first point of contact for clients and other people in distress contacting the organisation
  • To keep up-to-date with developments in the field of psychotherapy, and ensure clinical services are delivered in accordance with best professional practice;
  • To undertake clinical risk assessment and risk management
  •  To provide clinical cover within the service as required.


  • To manage and support the therapist team including regular liaison with clinical supervisors
  • To attend bi-monthly clinical team meetings, monthly supervisors’ meetings, fortnightly clinical management meetings and line management meetings with the Clinical Director
  • To ensure compliance with icap clinical policies such as those on client attendance, CORE outcome evaluation, client contributions and client records, pro-actively addressing issues that arise
  • To foster positive clinical working relationships with partner agencies and funders
  • To carry out such other duties within the scope of the post as may be requested by the Clinical Director
  • To induct new team members including ensuring that they are familiar with icap clinical policies and procedures
  • Managing the work of the assessing psychotherapist(s) in the service
  • To work with the Clinical Management Team on the development of new clinical policies and procedures.

Administration/ IT

  • To maintain excellent written records of all work
  • To be responsible for providing own administrative support
  • To contribute to reports for Trustees and funding bodies.

Please note: at this time, the role is home-base and will remain so until it is appropriate and safe to resume working at the Centre.

Posted on: 12 January 2021
Closing date: 09 February 2021
Tags: Practitioner

The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.

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