Careers at Healios
At Healios, we are focused on uniting talent and innovation to create positive change.
We’re redefining the way mental health, autism and ADHD services are delivered for children and young people – and changing the lives of those we support for the better.
Through passion and purpose, we’ve become one of the leading digital healthcare companies to work for in the UK. No idea is too big here. And no ambition is ignored. There’s always room for growth.
Whether you’re seeking new learning opportunities or the chance to embrace a more inspiring role, we’re committed to helping you do your best work, while providing an open and inclusive workplace where you can thrive.
We’ve delivered more than 80,000 clinical sessions since 2013. But we’re not done yet.
We want to tackle global inequalities in healthcare provision that affect over one billion people with mental health challenges and neurodiverse conditions worldwide. This mission guides everything we do at Healios, encouraging us to find innovative solutions to everyday challenges and creating a company culture that’s energetic, supportive and inspired.
Do the right thing
Act with integrity
Become a great listener
Deliver your best work
Be truly courageous
Our Clinical department is made up of a number of different teams, including Mental Health, Neurodevelopment, Healios Academy, Healios Labs, and Quality and Governance.
Our Mental Health team provides tailored support for children and young people based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and goal based intervention (GBI). The team also carries out mental health assessments. Key roles include CAMHS clinicians, CBT therapists, clinical psychologists, team leads and clinical experience coordinators.
Our Neurodevelopment team delivers autism and ADHD assessments and post-diagnostic support for children and young people. It includes associate neurodevelopmental practitioners, specialist neurodevelopmental practitioners, assistant clinical psychologists, team leads and clinical experience coordinators.
Healios Academy is a unique training programme that gives healthcare professionals the opportunity to expand their clinical diagnostic and therapeutic intervention skills, while working towards becoming a fully-trained clinician. It is run by our neurodevelopment and mental health team leads.
Healios Labs is our in-house product development team. Healios Labs clinicians have the opportunity to innovate products with the aim of revolutionising healthcare for children and young people. They are also involved in optimising service delivery to ensure we consistently provide the best possible user experience.
Our Quality and Governance team oversees safety and security at Healios. Key roles include clinical and information governance managers and governance administrators.
Our non-clinical teams include Technology, People Operations, Commercial, Business Insights and Finance.
Our People Operations team is responsible for finding, hiring and supporting talented people who believe in Healios’ vision and values. From talent acquisition advisors to HR coordinators, this team helps to maintain our culture of innovation, while ensuring Healios is a place where each individual is empowered to do their best work.
Our Commercial team oversees sales and marketing opportunities at Healios to secure new business and drive commercial success. It involves regional business directors, NHS partnerships directors and marketing managers.
Our Business Insights team is responsible for building data infrastructure and leveraging the value of our data so we can make evidence-based decisions. Key roles include data engineers, data scientists and business analysts.
Our Finance team uses a range of tech solutions to drive business growth. It also supports everyday business functions like managing payrolls. Financial controllers, finance assistants and payroll coordinators all sit within the Finance team.
Our Senior Leadership team is made up of eight passionate professionals from clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. They joined Healios to help drive our mission and inspire our teams to deliver the best possible care for children and young people.