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Senior Business Psychologist

Website APS Intelligence

About APS Intelligence

APS Intelligence is a strategic advisory firm that specialises in organisational psychology. We work with a diverse array of large domestic and multinational clients to solve workplace challenges – leadership internal communications, teaming, culture, inclusion and more – that impact organisational performance. We foster organisational change using an evidence-led methodology to solve intractable people problems.

APS Intelligence is a dedicated and cross-disciplinary team of experts from different branches of psychology, education and business, who deliver interventions to our clients that are based on the best critical thinking and current psychological and organisational research.

APS Intelligence is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes prospective colleagues from across the entire spectrum of protected categories and other diverse perspectives.

APS Intelligence was founded by John Amaechi OBE in 2007. He has been a vocal advocate for inclusion in and outside of the workplace for the last 35 years and over the last months, he has been a prominent voice in the global conversation on race and anti-racism.

APS Intelligence works in the UK, mainland Europe and across the United States. We work remotely gathering for team events as often as circumstances allow.

What would your typical day look like?

As a Senior Business Psychologist, you will be responsible for managing the process of extracting value out of quantitative and qualitative data analysis by translating data outputs into salient and simple-to-understand implications and recommendations for our clients. You will work with and mentor the junior business psychologists and report to our Head of Delivery on bespoke organisational diagnostics, leadership assessment and development solutions, you will both contribute to and over time, lead advisory projects, design and deliver bespoke training, and enhance significant client accounts.

A key pillar of this role is the ability to create evidence-based meaning from analytical outputs – turning sophisticated and nuanced insights into written and verbal communication that clients will understand and value.  The ability to execute analytics projects and client advisory plans as well as identify and mitigate risk is important. 

What are the opportunities in this role?

APS Intelligence works primarily with FTSE multinationals and some interesting ‘scale-up’ organisations. This role would provide opportunities to engage with some of the world’s largest companies and brand names to identify the challenges that are impacting their performance. Our growth will allow us to expand our services to smaller organisations, which is vital to our continued success.

We operate in an ‘all-hands-on-deck’ capacity, meaning that each of us stays connected to the work being performed by all, and contributions are welcome and expected. Collaboration will remain a key element of how we operate in this new more virtual environment.

Everyone at APS Intelligence is expected to want to evolve in terms of professional development and role scope. We have reserved CPD time to allow colleagues to learn and grow and there is scope for growth in and beyond this role.

Job Purpose:

To learn, augment and deliver unique APS analytics and advisory methodologies and training programs. To enable the creation of client-ready outputs (written reports and verbal client briefings) containing tangible, actionable insights and recommendations leading to effective interventions based on analysis of client data and a deep understanding of the business context. To develop junior business psychologists and enable their growth from analysts to effective interpreters of data to being seen by clients as trusted advisors.
The role will report to the Head of Delivery.

Key tasks and responsibilities:

  • Oversee the design and delivery of all analytics projects
  • Supervision of two junior business psychologists and facilitate, train and supervise their professional development
  • Meet client scope and specifications and deliver projects to required timescales
  • Responsibility for subject matter expertise (SME) in business development activities alongside the Client Success team
  • Act as a key point of contact for significant client accounts alongside the account managers
  • Review client documentation and materials provided during the diligence process and distil to key components in a timely fashion; continually refine to keep up to date with current theory and evidence
  • Define the client problems to be addressed, develop solutions in collaboration with clients, and communicate proposed solutions and their benefits.
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate employee selection procedures, including the creation of new surveys, structured and semi-structured interview questions
  • Provide evidence-based advice and guidance to clients on how specific interventions can support their requirements
  • Promote the use of psychological best practice
  • Produce high-quality reports for clients
  • Support the preparation of proposals and presentation materials
  • Deliver presentations to clients
  • Lead analytics teams on projects whether remote or onsite at client venues
  • Attend client meetings

Requirements: Knowledge and Experience

We are looking for intelligent, engaged and scientifically literate individuals who are ready and willing to learn on the job. Specific experience in the following areas is essential:

  • Experience in quantitative and qualitative research (including blended ‘thick data’ approaches) design implementation, analysis and translation into easily absorbed, client-ready outputs
  • Experience conducting client interviews
  • Experience with data analysis tools (we use JASP and NVivo)
  • High-quality process design and documentation
  • Use of technology to capture operational data to create insights
  • Balancing demand with capability, capacity for the smooth supply of client service delivery
  • Microsoft Office suite

Technical/Qualification Requirements:

  • Minimum of MSc in Occupational/Organisational or Business Psychology
  • Membership with BPS or ABP

The successful candidate will be:

  • Driven and determined to meet deadlines and respond to client expectations
  • Flexible in responding to business requirements
  • Strong at internal and client-relationship building skills
  • Able to act as a role model in a small team
  • Able to deliver at pace
  • Highly organised
  • Forensic in their attention to detail
  • Exceptional at verbal (public presentation) and written communication skills
  • Scientifically and strategically minded
  • Able to craft well-informed insights from observation and evidence
  • Self-motivated
  • Excellent ability to simply summarise complexity verbally
  • Exceptional active listening skills
  • Excellent management of self
  • Adaptable
  • Reliable
  • Curious
  • Collaborative
  • Outcome focused


We are a small, but fierce organisation that is on a rapid growth trajectory. Personal development is a core element of our client work, and our own internal mantra. When not in situ with clients, our working environment is relaxed and casual. Remote working is standard, but time together (when practical) will remain important to allow our teams to gel. Office and telecommunications equipment will be provided to perform the role.

We offer an employee pension and 25 days of holiday, plus Bank Holidays per year.

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