Curian Medical are recruiting – Join us!

Curian Medical currently have the positions listed below that we are recruiting for. If you feel you would be the right fit for one of the leading nationwide rehabilitation organisations in the country then why not drop us a line.

National Clinical Lead for Psychology and Psychotherapy Services

Job Description

Curian Medical Ltd is a highly respected and trusted treatment provider, a position rapidly achieved since its launch in 2011. We work across a range of industries, delivering treatment solutions to private patients. Our unswerving commitment is to provide an exceptional personal service to both our client and the patient, in a timely manner, with communication to all parties being key in the process.

We now require a Doctor of Psychology (preferably Occupational or Clinical Psychologist) to fill our vacant National Clinical Lead position. The role is part time and will require twos day working from our office in Willenhall per month (7hours per day) with two days remote (split as one day per week in total), however there is an expectation that you may be contacted by email/phone on other days of the week.

Responsibilities include –

To supervise our Internal therapist
Ensure best clinical practices are followed
Review and maintain clinical processes relating to the Mental health provision
Attend conferences/exhibitions as and when needed, given prior notice
Work with Business Development to provide insight and innovation, developing new services
Perform regular audits/2nd reads
Provide therapy as/if required
Maintain network clinical standards

Job Type: Part-time

CBT Practitioner

Curian Medical are a nationwide provider of medical treatment and rehabilitation, working closely with the insurance and personal injury markets. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to mould a recently defined role with the support from our clinical lead. The majority of our clients generally require mid – low level intervention. Immediate caseload available.

We are interested in speaking with therapists who are trained in CBT as well as other approaches.

Your main duties will include:

  • Deliver Psychotherapy predominantly remotely, via phone and video conferencing technologies
  • Offer face to face consultation where possible.
  • Provide clinical specialist input and advice within Curian Medical and to other staff members
  • Deliver psychotherapy which can evidence positive measurable outcomes and assist Clinical Lead in the best ways to communicate evidences
  • Ensure the clinical effectiveness of own practice and of service functioning by participating in audit and development activities
  • Ensures the integrity and effectiveness of the sessions, ensuring a range of professional standards are met in relation to the delivery of each session
  • Promote clinical principles
  • Sustain records of sessions, including initial, interim and discharge reports
  • Liaising with others (if needed) to help any changes happen
  • Assisting in fine tuning Curian Medical’s delivery of Psychotherapy and other associated services (including EAP) by working alongside our Clinical Lead
  • Responsible for practice and management of caseload, including booking of patients and communication

Delivery of Psychotherapy services by the post holder will aim to address specific related issues in more depth, often through Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The focus of the work is based on therapeutic principles, where the postholder provides specialist input to develop and maintain Curian Medical’s strong brand within the Medico Legal, Rehab and insurance industry’s.

Requirements

  • You are a qualified psychotherapist registered with the BABCP, or actively working towards accreditation and can evidence this.
  • You have at least 2 years of clinical work experience offering psychological therapy to individuals and ideally couples.
  • You are competent in at least two psychological models one being CBT.
  • You have experience of working with a wide range of presenting clinical difficulties including anxiety, depression, and trauma.
  • You take full clinical responsibility for your clients’ care and can set out and hold boundaries with clients including adhering to regular weekly sessions and a cancellation policy.

35 hours per week, spread over 5 days. Generally 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday, but a degree of flexibility is expected.

You will be supported through regular formal supervision and appraisal, with professional advice and guidance available from a BABCP accredited Psychologist employed with Curian Medical.

Job Type: Full-time

Software Developer

Job Description

We are looking for a talented Web Developer to join our team, this role may be suitable for a recently graduated developer. Curian Medical are a nationwide provider of medical treatment and rehabilitation, working closely with the insurance and personal injury markets. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to mould a recently defined role. This role will include making modifications and updates to an existing CRM, as well as bootstrap projects. The role ideally requires a self starter as the business is not Development in nature and the successful candidate will be expected to work autonomously under instruction.

We are looking for someone with the following experience;

Key skills:

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • JQuery
  • Twitter Bootstrap
  • Java
  • Linux
  • C++
  •  

Job Type: Full-time

 Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner

Job Description

This post requires existing accreditation to the BABCP.

Curian Medical are a nationwide provider of medical treatment and rehabilitation, working closely with the insurance and personal injury markets. This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to mould a recently defined role with thesupportfrom our clinical lead.The majority of our clients generally require mid – low CBT level intervention. Immediate caseload available. Your main duties will include:

  • Deliver Psychotherapy predominantly remotely, via phone and video conferencing technologies
  • Offer face to face consultation where possible.
  • Provide clinical specialist input and advice within Curian Medical and to other staff members
  • Deliver psychotherapy which can evidence positive measurable outcomes and assist Clinical Lead in the best ways to communicate evidences
  • Ensure the clinical effectiveness of own practice and of service functioning by participating in audit and development activities
  • Ensures the integrity and effectiveness of the sessions, ensuring a range of professional standards are met in relation to the delivery of each session
  • Promote clinical principles
  • Sustain records of sessions, including initial, interim and discharge reports
  • Liaising with others (if needed) to help any changes happen
  • Assisting in fine tuning Curian Medical’s delivery of Psychotherapy and other associated services (including EAP) by working alongside
  • Responsible for practice and management of caseload, including booking of patients and communication

Delivery of Psychotherapy services by the post holder will aim to address specific related issues in more depth, often through Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The focus of the work is based on therapeutic principles, where the postholder provides specialist input to develop and maintain Curian Medical’s strong brand within the Medico Legal, Rehab and insurance industry’s.

Requirements

  • You are a qualified psychotherapist registered with the BABCP, or actively working towards accreditation and can evidence this.
  • You have at least 2 years of clinical work experience offering psychological therapy to individuals and ideally couples.
  • You are competent in at least two psychological models one being CBT.
  • You have experience of working with a wide range of presenting clinical difficulties including anxiety, depression, and trauma.
  • You take full clinical responsibility for your clients’ care and can set out and hold boundaries with clients including adhering to regular weekly sessions and a cancellation policy.

22.5 hours per week, spread over 3 days.

You will be supported through regular formal supervision and appraisal, with professional advice and guidance available.

Disclosure and Barring Service Check This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

To express your interest in any of the above vacancies please do drop us an email, attaching your CV to enquiries@curianmedical.co.uk

We look forward to hearing from you!