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CV,Psychology Graduate Seeking Research Project Positio

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 39799
(19/01/1989, female)
List top 5 skills: 
Short Bio:

I obtained a BSc (hons) in Psychology and recently completed my MSc in Cognitive & Clinical Neuroscience. I have received training in electroencephaography (EEG) and have volunteered to join PhD projects of my own accord to broaden my skills. I can design innovative research and can confidently ustilise SPSS to analyse and interpret data. I have experience working with severe mental health conditions and can build rapports with participants for a study.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Pharmaceutical and Science, Medical and Nursing, Marketing

Spoken languages: 

english, punjabi

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Profile

I am currently working as a Psychology Assistant within a private locked rehab facility, previously I worked for the NHS in various mental health and healthcare environments. I have a BSc in Psychology and a MSC in Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience. For my recent dissertation project, I undertook further training in electroencephalography technology, this was an individual option which I choose to embark on so that I could have the experience and knowledge of how to conduct EEG studies in addition to having a thorough scientific research project to present. I was able to complete my MSc whilst in full-time employment, demonstrating my organisational and time management. Relocating for a desired job role has not been an issue, I enjoy working in various settings to build my confidence and experience.

 

Key Skills

• Excellent communication skills in work and academic settings

• Confident in utilising electroencephalography (EEG) technology

• Broad understanding and knowledge of a variety of mental health disorders

• Thinking of innovative research designs

• Applying various approaches to a single research theory, for example, considering the role of genetics, environment, personality and cognition as an intertwined fields.

 

Professional Experience

PSYCHLOGY ASSISTANT, PARTNERSHIPS IN CARE
Aug 15 – Present)

• Conducting START assessments

• Auditing notes from the psychology department – preparing spreadsheet and reports.

• Organising 1:1 sessions with service users

• Gathering information through the means of emails, telephone communications to write a detailed report.

• Assessing potential new service users and liaising with the MDT to ensure the right accommodation can be identified.

• Working within a MDT team to develop individualised care plans

 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, ANGLIA RUSKIN UNIVERSITY
(Sept 14 – Feb 15)

• Assisting PhD students conduct EEG studies – independently setting up the cap and briefing the participants.

• Collecting data independently from the participants

• Utilising the EEG equipment in a safe manner (Training was independently provided)

 

SUPPORT WORKER, SOUTH ESSEX PARTNERSHIP TRUST, ESSEX
SEPT 12- Oct 14)

• Managing and delivering high quality care to service users

• Organising group activities as well as building one to one rapport with service users

• Following care plans approved by the Ministry of Justice

• Managing unsettled service users with respect and understanding

• Attend regular training to ensure health and safety regulations that adhere to the NHS guidelines

 

REHABILITATION SUPPORT WORKER, SOUTH ESSEX PARTNERSHIP TRUST
(NOV 11- SEPT 12)

• Working with occupational therapist and neurologist – produce care plans

• Managing work time to ensure all clients are met in accordance with their care plans

• Courses undertaken: Fire Safety, First Aid, Infection Control, Safe Guarding of Vulnerable Adults and Manual Handling.

• To ensure all our patients receive the care and support to enable them to return to an independent lifestyle.

• To record and document clinical information

 

CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE, HOMESERVE, WALSALL
(JUN 2008–SEPT 2008)

• Receiving inbound calls from customers to change their payment method/cancelling their policy/ process balance transfers and also dealing with customers who have an emergency.

• Cross-selling all the combine policy along with other policies by building up a rapport with the customer and tailoring the service by suggesting the features and benefits.

• Working in a target driven environment and being able to meet individual targets and team targets.

• Receiving inbound calls from other Homeserve offices in Preston and taking information about un-repairable electrical appliances.

 

Education & Qualifications

ANGLIA RUSKIN UNIVERSITY (SEPT 13 – FEB 15)
MSc Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience

– Experience working with MatLab and SPSS

– Competent using EEG equipment

Dissertation research question: Can personality traits be correlated with the components of the ‘wanting/liking’ model?

– The aim of this project is to draw from two current theories; motivation and personality, to possibly identify a correlation between the findings, using EEG technology. I was able to successfully report a significant finding amongst the two areas.

STAFFORDSHIRE UNIVERSITY (SEPT 07- JUN 10)
BSc Psychology

– Experience in SPSS

– Gathering quantitative research

Dissertation research question: The effects of vocal and non-vocal music on mood and anxiety.

– Aim: to understand the growing advances that music therapy is offering a non-invasive treatment to social anxiety disorders.

HIGHFIELDS SCIENCE SPEALIST SIXTH FORM (SEPT 05 – JUL 07)
A-Level’s : Psychology, Sociology, Business Studies (A-B)

HIGH ARCAL SECONDARY SCHOOL (SEPT 00 – JUL 07)
10 GCSE’s obtained: (A-C)

 

Certifications

FIRE SAFETY EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY

PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF VIOLENCE AND AGGRESSION BASIC BACK CARE TRAINING

INFECTION CONTROL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN WORK ENVIRONMENT

QUALIFIED FIRST AIDER SAFEGUARDING VULNERABLE ADULTS