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Vacancy for Associate Educational Psychologist

Jobs with Jogo Behaviour Support

Jogo Behaviour Support prides itself on being a leading provider of social, emotional, mental health and behavioural support solutions. We aim to empower schools, educators and families to create inclusive learning environments and support children experiencing behavioural challenges. We are committed to fostering positive behaviours and outcomes and we endeavour to assist every child in realising their full potential.

Job Purpose

The Associate Educational Psychologist will work collaboratively with our team to assess and understand the educational and psychological needs of the children we support. They will be instrumental in developing, implementing and assessing interventions and strategies to promote positive behaviour and learning outcomes.

Ideal Candidate

Our perfect candidate is a warm and approachable individual, possessing a calm, caring and patient nature. They should be highly motivated, adept at quickly establishing robust relationships and skilled in nurturing the potential of children and young adults. A thorough understanding of mental health and wellbeing issues, coupled with knowledge of relevant interventions, is essential.

This individual must showcase outstanding communication skills, ensuring the delivery of top-tier services to children and young people. They should be meticulous, well-organised and confident in both independent and collaborative work settings. Comfort in providing training and advice to both groups and individuals is crucial, as is a flexible and innovative approach to challenges.

Given the role's travel demands, candidates with a driving license and access to a vehicle are preferred.

Key Responsibilities

1. Assessment and Intervention:

Conduct comprehensive psychological and educational assessments to understand the individual needs and challenges of children.
Develop and implement evidence-based interventions and strategies tailored to the unique needs of each child.

2. Collaboration and Consultation:

Work collaboratively with educators, families and other professionals to create supportive and inclusive learning environments.
Provide consultation and advice on managing behavioural challenges and promoting positive behaviours.

3. Research and Development:

Keep abreast of the latest developments in educational psychology and integrate relevant research findings into practice.
Contribute to research initiatives and the development of innovative approaches to behavioural support.

4. Training and Development:

Conduct training sessions and workshops for staff and parents to share insights and strategies for managing behavioural challenges.
Contribute to the continuous professional development of the team through regular training and knowledge sharing.

5. Client Support:

Offer direct support to children, parents and educators, fostering an understanding and management of behavioural challenges.
Evaluate the effectiveness of interventions and adjust strategies as necessary to ensure optimal outcomes.

Person Specification

  • A Doctorate in Educational Psychology (or equivalent) recognised by the British Psychological Society (BPS).
  • Eligibility for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
  • Experience in assessing and intervening with children experiencing behavioural challenges.
  • Strong knowledge of psychological theories, models and evidence-based interventions.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders.
  • A commitment to inclusive practices, child-centred approaches and continuous professional development.
  • Clean driving licence and access to a vehicle.


  • Experience working in multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Research experience in the field of educational psychology or related areas.
  • Experience in conducting training and development sessions.

Application Process

To apply, please submit your CV and a cover letter detailing your suitability for the role to

An application form will be forwarded to you.  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and shortlisted candidates will be contacted to arrange an interview.

Equal Opportunities

Jogo Behaviour Support is an equal opportunities employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We welcome applications from individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences.

Contact Information

For any queries regarding this role, please contact John Murray or Sonia Murray at or 01604 832970


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Delve into our range of services that encompass workshops, consultations, training sessions and ongoing support. From behaviour management to creating inclusive spaces, our offerings are designed to cater to all aspects of nurturing growth in educational settings.