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Company: Sanctuary Personnel
Posted on 5th Aug 2022

\n\nSanctuary Personnel, a dedicated & award winning recruitment agency is currently looking for an experienced and dedicated Community Mental Health Nurse to take on a permanent role.\n\n \n\n Community Mental Health Nurse Pay Rate: £25,655 - £31,534 per annum\n\n \n\n Location Hastings\n\n \n\n Contract Type:  PERMANENT, 37.5 hours per week within the Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team\n\n \n\n Staff Benefits: \n\n \nExcellent starting salary\n \nNHS Pension contributions\n \n27 days holiday allowance plus bank holidays\n \nFlexible Working patterns\n \nChild care vouchers\n \nExcellent training and development opportunities\n \nNHS Discounts\n \nEmployee Assistance Programme\n \n\n Benefits of working with us: \n\n \nFully online and paperless registration service\n \nFree DBS and compliance service including paid for mandatory e-learning and practical training modules (if applicable)\n \nExclusive access to roles that aren’t available with other agencies; NHSBT, The Home Office and Vaccination Centres (private and public) are just some of the projects we’ve recently recruited to.\n \n£250 refer a friend bonus once referral has worked 100 hours (uncapped – T&Cs apply)\n \nRegistration body costs covered based on length of service (T&Cs apply)\n \nFind your own job bonus - Receive £250 for bringing your own position to us\n \nClinical governance and revalidation support from an in-house qualified health professional with over 15 years experience\n \nYour own dedicated consultant with extensive experience within the healthcare sector\n \nDaily payroll and in-house payroll system\n \n\n Duties of the Community Mental Health Nurse: \n\n \nYou will need to have some experience of crisis resolution practice / acute care and be willing to work flexible hours to enable the team to provide a 7-day service.\n \nYou will receive regular supervision and have the opportunity for personal and professional development as well as contributing to the team\'s development.\n \nYou will be expected to travel across sites in order to cover an urban / rural area.\n \nWorking for your organisation\n \nYou will be joining a committed and dynamic multidisciplinary team and will be fully supported and empowered to make a difference to creatively develop many new ways of working, towards building safe and responsive quality mental health services fit for the future.\n \n\n Requirements of the Community Mental Health Nurse: \n\n \nDegree or equivalent in Mental Health Nursing\n \nExperience working as a Community Psychiatric Nurse\n \nNMC Registration\n \nExperience working in an NHS setting\n \n\n Contact: \n\n \n\nThis Community Mental Health Nurse job is advertised by Craig Osbourne; if you are interested in this position please click above to apply now.\n\n \n\nWe welcome applications from: Community Mental Health Nurse, Mental Health Nurse, Nurse, Psychiatric Nurse & Community Nurse as we have vacancies that match with these job titles. Online remote nurse jobs are available from time to time so please get in touch.\n\n \n\nRegretfully we are only able to respond to candidates who meet these requirements for this Community Psychiatric Nurse role as we need to meet our clients requirements.\n\n \n\n Reasonable Adjustments: \n\n \n\nIf you consider yourself to have a disability or require any reasonable adjustment during the recruitment process or within the workplace, please highlight this at the earliest opportunity. With this information, we will provide appropriate support to you throughout the process and into you work placement.\n\n read more

Company: Southdown Housing
Posted on 17th Aug 2022

Mental Health Support Coordinator - Mental Health Services\nSalary: £26,124 - £28,069 pa, plus £1,000 essential car user allowance per year\nFull time 37 hours per week, working within the Greater Wealden PCN\nBased at Primary Care Network (PCN), East Sussex\nDo you have over 12 months experience of supporting clients to manage complex mental health challenges and other issues such as housing and substance misuse?\nDo you have experience of developing support plans for, and engaging with, clients facing a range of challenges and issues that affect their wellbeing?\nAn exciting position has become available to work in a new service, providing wellbeing support and advice as part of an integrated mental health multi-disciplinary team.\nThe service will bring together the PCN, Southdown and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, working in partnership through a multidisciplinary team approach to identify and provide targeted mental health and holistic support.\nYou will work with patients experiencing mental health issues who frequently request GP appointments. Working in a coordinated approach to achieve better outcomes for individuals with mental health challenges who traditionally struggle to access support for their mental health or have a broader need than any one provider can address.\nAs a PCN Mental Health Worker you will support patients in finding coping strategies, to support them to continue or resume normal activities of daily living and to help them make best use of local community facilities that may be best placed to meet their ongoing individual needs, working closely with services within the East Sussex Community Network.\nFor more information and to complete our application form, please visit our website.\nClosing date: Tuesday 23 August 2022\nInterviews will be held on: week of 30 August 2022\nAn Enhanced Check for Regulated Activity will be required for successful applicants Southdown pay the cost.\nSouthdown is a not-for-profit organisation that actively promotes diversity & equality of opportunity. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community.? read more

Company: Southdown Housing
Posted on 16th Aug 2022

Mental Health Support Coordinator - Mental Health Services Salary: £26,124 - £28,069 pa, plus £1,000 essential car user allowance per year Full time 37 hours per week, working within the Greater Wealden PCN Based at Primary Care Network (PCN), East Sussex Do you have over 12 months experience of supporting clients to manage complex mental health challenges and other issues such as housing and sub... To view the full job details please click apply. read more

Company: The Forward Trust
Posted on 17th Aug 2022

Overview:\n \nThe Forward Trust Personal Wellbeing Services deliver a range of interventions within Probation services across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk, Surrey, Sussex, Lincolnshire, Kent and Cheshire. Delivering a range of services under the following categories: Family & Significant Others, Lifestyle and Associates, Emotional Wellbeing and Social Inclusion as a fully integrated, holistic, single service. Supporting the wide range of needs that Service Users experience in relations to relationships and interactions with family, friends and others. Supporting clients to engage in a variety of activities to enhance their Well-Being. We will be providing a flexible, responsive service, delivering a holistic and cohesive set of interventions that are easily accessible to this client group.\n \nWe believe and are committed to providing opportunities to all people including those with ‘Lived Experience’ we encourage applications from all background including those in recovery from addiction, co-dependency or gambling, have experience of previous offending or homelessness.\n \nWhat you will be doing?:\n \nYou will be working within a team of practitioners and subcontractors, delivering Personal Well Being Services to support people in the Criminal Justice system. The support is tailored to individual needs, delivering a range of programmes within the categories of Family and Significant others, Lifestyle and associates, Emotional Well Being and Social Inclusion\n \nYou will be responsible for contributing to the targets set by Forward and the local commissioners. One of the key targets will be measuring outcomes, so co-operative working relationships with other partner agencies is vital to this role.\n \nMain duties will include:\n \nEnsure Personal Well Being programmes, are facilitated/co-facilitated to the standard required by\nForward and in accordance with any relevant manuals.\nMeet required KPI’s to corresponding deadlines, as set out by the Team Leader.\nPlan and manage caseload effectively, making sure that clients are prioritised appropriately and seen in a timely manner.\nReview ongoing care and treatment liaising closely with other agencies.\nCarry out assessments risk/initial/comprehensive assessments to inform support journeys.\nCarry out Interventions under the Personal Well Being umbrella relevant to individual client needs, including 1:1 sessions and group work/programme facilitation.\nDevelop and contribute to the Probation support offered to clients.\nWhat we are looking for?:\nKnowledge of the issues facing clients in the criminal justice sector.\nExcellent experience of working in the Personal Well Being or related services such as Families, lifestyles, emotional wellbeing and social inclusion.\nDemonstrable experience of carrying out risk assessments, comprehensive assessments and the design and implementation of SMART care plans.\nSignificant experience of carrying out psychosocial interventions including using motivational interviewing techniques in both 1:1 and therapeutic group settings.\nA thorough knowledge of and commitment to the 12-step process of recovery from addiction.\nA diploma in Health & Social Care or equivalent or relevant experience in a comparable role\nCan work in fast paced changing environments.\nHas confidence in own abilities and good eye for detail.\nWhat we offer:\nTraining opportunities and career development\nFlexible working\nSeason Ticket Loan Scheme\nCycle to work scheme\n25 days (rising to 30 with length of service) Annual Leave plus Bank Holidays\nContributory Pension Scheme – Employer matched contributions of up to 6% in the first two years’ service and up to 9% thereafter\nDeath in Service Payment (2x annual salary)\nCritical Illness Insurance (subject to qualifying criteria)\n \n*Please note that all roles which come into contact with services users will require successful candidates to be fully vaccinated against Coronavirus with effect from 1st April 2022 (unless a medical exemption certificate is obtained from your GP) and this will form part of contractual offers.\n \nPerson specification:\n \nHealth and Wellbeing Practitioner (Probation Services) read more

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