• Full Time
  • Remote


Job Role

We are looking for a Forensic Psychologist to join our Behavioural Change and Support Services Unit (BCSSU) and provide their professional opinion to our colleagues whilst they conduct suitability screening and assessments for participants joining our service.

Our BCSSU delivers evidence-based and innovative interventions and services to individuals who, due to multiple or complex needs, require specialist behaviour change treatment or holistic support. Our work within the criminal justice sector is not restricted to those who have a conviction, and our interventions take place remotely, in the community and in custodial settings.

We’ll need your understanding of behavioural change models and desistance approaches, to help reduce re-offending and negative behaviours. Your professional expertise will contribute to specific elements of perpetrator assessments that require psychological input, plus provide consultancy support to colleagues in relation to psychology services and outcomes.

Our successful candidate will need to be a registered clinician with an associated and relevant professional body (e.g. British Psychological Society) and ideally have experience within the justice sector. This is an excellent opportunity to promote positive change, the protection of victims and children, plus the development of pro-social behaviour through a multi-agency approach.

In return for your dedication, knowledge, and commitment, we’re offering a competitive salary of £42,930 – £47,000 per annum pro rata (dependent on experience) with these great benefits:

Pro rata of 25 days annual leave + Bank Holidays + Birthday Day off (with the opportunity to buy additional days)

2 Volunteer Days

Pension – 5% Employee 5% Employer

Healthcare Cash Plan, incl. 3 x salary life assurance

Annual Salary Increase in line with national average

Refer a Friend Scheme

Free access to BenefitHub – an online portal with access to a wide range of retail discounts, cycle to work scheme and additional voluntary benefits

Interested? There’s an easy-to-apply route below to upload your CV! If you need any further information, talk to our experienced Internal Recruitment Team on 01702 208282.

Interventions Alliance is part of an employee-owned organisation and we continually pride ourselves on our sense of community, both in the incredible work we do throughout UK and Ireland, and internally within our 2,500-strong team. People are at the front, centre, and heart of every service we provide and each decision we make.

Location: Remote, base location flexible
Contract: Permanent
Hours: Part-time, 33.3 hours per week (days to be decided)
Closing date: 8 June 2023

Key Responsibilities

Offer professional expertise to support with screening and assessments of participants.

Provide consultancy support to colleagues in relation to psychological services and outcomes.

Work with the BCSSU Deputy Manager to develop strategy and plans of activity for the unit.

Provide information as required to the BCSSU Service Manager, to support the monitoring and tracking of performance against contracted targets.

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Skills and Experience

Essential Criteria

Experience working in the criminal justice sector

Experience working with perpetrators of domestic abuse and/or stalking

Good understanding of behavioural change models and desistance approaches to reduce re-offending

Experience in supporting colleague development

Fully IT literate in using a range of Microsoft Office programmes and digital technologies, e.g., Microsoft Teams

Qualified and registered clinician with an associated and relevant professional body e.g., BPS

Essential experience in two or more of the following:

Review and support colleagues delivering behaviour change interventions.

Delivery of individual interventions to support positive change and reduce reoffending.

Knowledge of the supportive and rehabilitative service provides to support holistic solutions.

Provision of consultancy to colleagues

Provision of complex assessments

Working in a multi-agency framework

Additional Information

is the Justice and Social Care division of Seetec, delivering tailored support to participants across a range of contracts, including CFO Activity Hubs, Education, Training and Employment (ETE), Accommodation, Personal Wellbeing and Approved Premises. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future, regardless of their past choices or the challenges they face.

We are committed to combining our knowledge, skills and talents across the justice and social care sectors to deliver services and interventions that overcome the barriers that hold people back from living more fulfilled lives. Ultimately, our aim is to equip individuals with the necessary skills needed to desist from offending, successfully reintegrate into their local communities and address barriers to work.

Seetec – Interventions Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share and uphold this commitment in conjunction with the requirements of the Prevent Duty and the positive promotion of modern British values.

You will be required to process a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Seetec – Interventions Alliance support the recruitment of ex-offenders and will not discriminate in any way. Our full policy statement of “Ex-Offenders” can be found on our website under” About us”

Seetec – Interventions Alliance is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.


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