Roles in Worcestershire and Warwickshire
Wellbeing for Warwickshire Team Leader
Full time (37 hours) fixed term until 30th June 2020
The flexible, reliable post holder will be leading and coordinating a team of practitioners working across South Warwickshire to provide a quality service and meet the service requirements. Wellbeing for Warwickshire provides low level/early intervention support services aiming to enhance the mental health and wellbeing of individuals over 16 years old, and support people with on-going mental health issues living in Warwickshire.
The next step:
Please apply by Friday 3rd January 2020.
Interviews will be taking place weeks beginning 6th and 13th January.
MENTAL HEALTH TRIAGE PHONE LINE – Worcestershire
Practitioners: £19,201.52 (pro rata) 1x16hrs per week
The telephone triage is based at the Crisis Assessment Suite (CAS) at Worcester Hospital. The service is to manage calls
from individuals who are experiencing high levels of mental health distress, their families and professionals. The roles will
work in close partnership with the NHS crisis team.
The Telephone Triage service is delivered in unsociable hours covering Monday – Sunday 52 weeks per year between 5pm
and 9am. These are broken down into shift patterns of no more than 8hrs per shift.
SAFE HAVEN MENTAL HEALTH CAFÉ – Worcestershire
Practitioners: £19,201.52 (pro rata) 7hrs – 35hrs per week available
The Safe Haven service will be based in Redditch. The service is to provide emotional support to individuals who are
experiencing high levels of mental health distress. Access to the service is through the Triage phone line only. The roles
will work in close partnership with the NHS crisis team.
The Safe Haven is delivered in unsociable hours covering Monday – Sunday 52 weeks per year between 6pm and 1am. These
are broken down into shift patterns of no more than 7hrs per shift.
(30 hours per week, full time £21,626 per annum, pro rata)
Warwickshire and Worcestershire
The post holder will be responsible for co–coordinating and leading on community fundraising initiatives including an effective fundraising strategy that will identify and secure new sources of recurrent and non-recurrent income. They will maintain and develop relationships with Springfield Mind donors making use of appropriate marketing tools and will enhance the public profile within Warwickshire and Worcestershire. The role will include some weekend and evening work, and travel across Warwickshire and Worcestershire.
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