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Job Opportunities

Safe Haven Practitioner  – Worcestershire 

14hrs per week (£11.17 per hour) 

Can you offer you a listening ear, support and information to help others manage through the difficult times? The Safe Haven is based in Redditch town centre and provides emotional support to individuals who are experiencing high levels of mental health distress. Support is delivered both over the phone and face-to-face so practitioners must have the skills and ability to switch between both methods. This role works in partnership with the NHS crisis team. The Safe Haven is delivered Monday – Friday 6pm – 1am, Sat – Sun 9am – 1am 365 days of the year. Hours of work for this position will be Monday – Sunday 6pm – 1pm.

The next step:

If you feel this position is right for you request an application pack by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01789 298615, or by downloading Application formEquality Monitoring Form and Job Description. Please return application by Friday13 November 2020, 12pm.

Applications can be made by submitting the application and equality monitoring form to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Wellbeing Practitioner - £20,490.60 pro rata

17.5 hour post in Stratford-upon-Avon

Fixed term until 31st March 2022

The post holder will be working within our Wellbeing for Warwickshire service, delivering high quality, low level/early intervention mental health advice, support and signposting to those with low mental wellbeing, their families and carers. This will be through delivering 1:1 support, facilitating peer led groups and delivering outreaches and workshops. Successful applicants will be flexible, supportive and eager to get involved with multiple aspects of service delivery.

Closing date 4th November 2020.

Interviews will be held week beginning 9th November.

The next step:

If you feel this position is right for you, request an application pack by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01789 298615, or by downloading the Application formEquality Monitoring Form and Job Description

 

Worcestershire Telephone Triage Practitioner - 2 x16 hours per week, 1 x 24 hours per week (£11.17 per hour)

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 on a rolling 4 week rota from 5pm-1am and 1am-9am, 365 days of the year.  

 

The next step:

If you feel this position is right for you, request an application pack by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01789 298615, or by downloading the Application formEquality Monitoring Form and Job Description Please return application by Friday 13th November 2020, 12pm.

 

Worcestershire Triage Team Leader 37 hours - (£25,012)

The flexible, motivational and reliable post holder of this exciting role in Worcestershire will lead a team of Telephone Triage Practitioners working from within the Crisis Resolution Team at Worcestershire Royal Hospital. This service is delivered over 2 shifts, 7 days a week from 5pm - 9am, 365 days of the year. Working 37 hours per week, the Team Leader will work flexibly across the week to meet the needs of the service.  This is an ideal opportunity for someone who wants flexible working hours to manage their own work/life balance. Whilst some work can be undertaken from home, the Team Leader will work from both the hospital in Worcester and the Head Office in Stratford-upon-Avon.  For informal inquiries about the role, please contact Sharon Dore, Services Manager on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Skills and experience include:
• Staff management and leadership
• Team working
• Exceptional IT skills, working across a number of packages
• Reporting and evaluating

 

The next step:

If you feel this position is right for you, request an application pack by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01789 298615, or by downloading the Application formEquality Monitoring Form and Job Description Please return application by Friday 13th November 2020, 12pm.

 

Senior Practitioner - Safe Haven 24 hours per week (£12 per hour)

Can you offer you a listening ear, support and information to help others manage through the difficult times? 

We have created a new and exciting role within our Safe Haven Team in Redditch.   We looking to appoint a Senior Safe Haven Practitioner, working 24 hours per week.

The Safe Haven is based in Redditch town centre and provides emotional support to individuals who are experiencing high levels of mental health distress. Support is delivered both over the phone and face-to-face so practitioners must have the skills and ability to switch between both methods. The Safe Haven service is open Monday – Friday 6pm – 1am, Sat – Sun 9am – 1am 365 days of the year. 

14 of these hours will be worked over 2 shifts .  The remaining 10 hours per week, will be spent supporting the Team Leader,  taking responsibility for specific areas of work.  This will include, but not be limited to, inducting and training new staff, facilitating reflective practice sessions, taking responsibility for the signposting database and cleansing data on Charity Log.  There is no line management of staff in this post. 

 

The next step:

If you feel this position is right for you, request an application pack by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01789 298615, or by downloading the Application formEquality Monitoring Form and Job Description Please return application by Friday 13th November 2020, 12pm.

 

Community Mental Health Link Worker x2 37 hours per week (£21,000)

 

Are you determined to make a difference, looking for a new challenge, and enjoy working in a dynamic and fast paced environment?

If you want to work for an organisation that strives to support and empower people to live the very best life possible this could be the opportunity for you.

Interviews Wednesday 28th October or Thursday 29th October 

This new role is part of a programme of Community Mental Health Transformation that aims to fundamentally remodel the way community mental health services operate. It will contribute to breaking down the barriers for patients moving from primary to secondary mental health services and aims to embed a more joined up approach to patient care.

Within Worcestershire there is a commitment to increase local community level provision, aligned to Primary Care Networks, and the delivery of a responsive and flexible service focusing on a population health approach with greater capacity to meet all levels of mental health need.

This exciting new role will work across the Wyre Forest, Malvern or the Rurals (Great Witley, Martley and Knightwick. You will be an integral part of the PCN team working closely with other health care professionals and the wider non-clinical team.

You will work directly with individuals to support their needs relating to social factors, wellbeing and wider determinants of health through delivery of workshops and group provision. You will facilitate the sharing of preventative coping mechanisms for low level mental health conditions in both individual and group settings You will support patients at all stages of their recovery journey and enable opportunities for peer support

We are looking for someone who is an exceptional communicator with experience of working positively with individuals living with mental health problems and facing complex social and emotional challenges. You will be familiar with the benefits of a personalised approach using proven tools, to support and empower people to aid their recovery

Your positive approach and the ability to really connect and engage with people, will motivate people to reach their goals and enable you to develop excellent relationships with health professionals within the PCN and wider health teams. We are looking for talented individual who can effectively juggle multiple programmes of work and maintain a calm, focused and flexible approach to work.

If this sounds like an opportunity that excites you, we would love to hear from you.

The next step:

If you feel this position is right for you, request an application pack by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01789 298615, or by downloading the Application formEquality Monitoring Form, Job Description and Job Model 

 

 

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