Maxxima’s nursing team is currently recruiting for a number of ADOS CAMHS Practitioners to fill full-time roles, these are all working from home. The ideal candidate will have expert knowledge of working within an autism setting.
To be considered you MUST have recent experience of completing ADOS and 3Di assessments, the team are happy to accept candidates from any professional background as long as you have this assessment experience.
The pay rate for this role is £18-£27 per hour (Umbrella) for Band 6 practitioners, but they may also consider Band 5 and Band 7 practitioners – these roles are full time hours only and is likely to last 6 months.
More details are available on request.
Requirements of this ADOS CAMHS Practitioner vacancy:
We are still currently looking for 10 more candidates to support the virtual ASD team.
They need to have 12 months ACTIVE experience in delivery of ADOS assessments, as well as 12 months ACTIVE experience in doing a 3Di/ADI-R or developmental history taking with children.
They need to feel confident in working virtually (and alone) and not having that “normal” support you would get in an office environment. They also need to have a lot of confidence in report writing, as this role requires a lot of this on a daily basis.
Candidates need to be able to commit to a full time contract (37.5).
If you are interested in this ADOS CAMHS Practitioner, please apply by clicking the apply button. Or if you would like more details about this role, contact the Nursing team today, we always have time to take your call.
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