Develop your psychological professions career at Devon Partnership NHS Trust

Grow your psychological professions career with us at Devon Partnership NHS Trust

We have more than 500 psychological professionals working with us, the second largest professional group in the organisation. With varied roles across nearly all of our services and specialities, you'll be joining an organsiation where your profession is highly respected and supported.

We value the unique individual and collective contribution you bring in your profession, which is recognised, alongisde our nursing, medical staffing, occpuational therapists, social workers and other professional groups in the organisation.

We offer dedicated support for you to grow and develop your career from our Practice Education Team, a commitment to Continuing Professional Development (CPD), involvement in research projects and opportunities for leadership development. 

We are the perfect place for you to continue your career as a psychological professional in one of the most beautiful parts of the country, providing a perfect work-life balance.

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Working here

We have opportunities for psychological professionals to work as integrated and well-respected members of multi-disciplinary teams or as part of dedicated professionally-led specialist psychological services.  As well as a large and highly performing IAPT service (TALKWORKS), we have dedicated roles within adult and older adult mental health, learning disability, children and young people, forensic, perinatal, early intervention, personality disorders, neuro-diversity, gender identity, eating disorders and health and neuro-psychology specialisms.  

There is also the opportunity to work clinically in a range of settings from community and clinic bases to inpatient, urgent and crisis services and recovery and rehabilitation teams.  We offer clinical roles at all levels from assistant, newly qualified and practitioner roles, to professional lead, consultant and clinical director roles.  In addition, psychological professionals contribute to training, practice education, management, research and other vital roles that shape the experience of working with us. 

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Supporting you at every step in your career

Whatever your speciality, setting or level of experience you'll be part of an organisational-wide professional structure. You'll receive excellent professional supervision and support, overseen by a Psychological Professions Advisory Group and a Head of Profession.  We are proud to have many of our professionals in regional and national roles and we'll support your leadership and development wherever you may be on your career pathway.

Local information

Areas of interest

Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay and Barnstaple are filled with activities, so whether you choose to live there or visit for the day – you’ll find a home from home here.

Beaches

Devon has many wonderful beaches, whether that's the rugged coast of North Devon, famous for surfing, or its more gentle east and south coast where paddle boarding and kite surfing, amongst other activities are extremely popular.

Famous for

Jack Russells. That’s right our four legged friend was born and bred in Devon and you're sure to see many Devonians with them walking the moors or by the sea