​We are always looking to find other professionals who share our vision and ethos to join our team. We employ a range of professionals on a full time, part time and associate basis who can offer educational and psychological support to children. If you are interested in finding out mor then please do Contact Us . Specific job adverts will appear below:

​Educational Psychologist Job

​Soulbury Scale A/B – grade dependent on experience / Competitive Associate Rates
Full, Part-Time and Associate Contracts Considered
Applications welcomed from Year 3 Trainees


Educational Psychology for Everyone Ltd (EPE) is looking to recruit an Educational Psychologist (EP) to join our small, friendly and well-respected multi-professional independent service. We are based in Stourbridge and currently work in close to 70 schools across the West Midlands area: Dudley, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Worcester, Sandwell and Birmingham. We are hoping to find an enthusiastic and hardworking individual who shares our passion for supporting children and young people and can be part of our continued success and expansion.

As an EP for EPE you will provide the full range of services to primary, secondary, specialist schools, academies, colleges, other partners, and parents and carers. This will include consultation, assessment, training and project-based work. As well as working alongside other EPs and Assistant EPs, you will also be able to collaborate with our other colleagues including our Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Speech and Language Therapist, Play Therapist, Specialist Teacher and Specialist Teaching Assistant.

As our work is not driven by LA demands we are not tied down to statutory assessments and deadlines. As such we can work flexibly, creatively and dynamically ensuring work is child and young person focused.


For our employees we provide:

  • pay on the Soulbury Scale A/B - grade dependent on experience;
  • agile working and flexible, family friendly working arrangements;
  • access to a central office-base;
  • regular and high-quality timetabled formal supervision sessions;
  • access to text and email support throughout the day;
  • access to an extensive range of resources e.g. online resources, assessment kits, books etc;
  • CPD opportunities;
  • fortnightly Team Meetings;
  • termly Service Days and Emotional Health & Wellbeing sessions
  • 33 days annual leave in addition to the 8 public holidays;
  • the opportunity to accrue TOIL up to 12 days a year;
  • travel expenses;
  • the opportunity for bonuses;
  • a Workplace Pension.


For our associates we provide:

  • rates of pay at 80% of the charge to customers;
  • agile working and flexible, family friendly working arrangements;
  • access to a central office-base;
  • access to supervision which you would have to fund yourself;
  • access to text and email support throughout the day;
  • access to an extensive range of online resources;
  • ability to loan other resources e.g. assessment kits, books etc;
  • access to text and email support throughout the day;
  • access to fortnightly Team Meetings;
  • access to termly Service Days and Emotional Health & Wellbeing sessions.


All applicants must be professionally qualified and HCPC registered (or due to be by the time they take up their post in the case of Year 3 Doctoral Trainees).

For further information, a job description and person spec or a confidential discussion about any of the roles please contact Dr Emily Crichton or Mr John Crichton on 01384 594083 / 07850 300479 or at emilycrichton@edpsych4everyone.co.uk or john crichton@edpsych4everyone.co.uk

An enhanced disclosure check with the Disclosure and Barring Service will be undertaken for this post

This vacancy and advert will be closed as soon as sufficient applications are received. Therefore, it is strongly advised that you complete and return your application as soon as possible.