Crisis Recovery Worker (Peripatetic) - Mental Health Charity
Exciting opportunities for careers in mental health…
Our client is a progressive and expanding mental health organisation, looking for individuals committed to improving the lives of people using mental health services. They are hosting an exciting new service to support adults in mental health crisis. This will operate in partnership with other Metnal Health Organisations
Peripatetic Crisis Recovery Worker x1
Part time, 21 hours per week (6pm-1am evenings and weekends)
Initial 6 month contract (with the possibility of extension).
Based in Peterborough with travel to Cambridge
NJC Salary Scale Point 26-29
£11.75 per hour
You will be required to work 6pm to 1am, during the week or at weekends, supporting a small number of people requiring practical and emotional support in a supportive safe environment as an alternative to hospital admission. This environment is called The Sanctuary.
They are looking for dynamic individuals who are: Organised, efficient, calm under pressure and someone who can use their own initiative. They are looking for individuals with a mental health, drug and alcohol, children and young people and social care backgrounds.
These roles form part of the exciting work being implemented by the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Crisis Care Concordat and the Urgent & Emergency Care Vanguard Project.
Closing date: 25th July 2016 @ 5pm
Interviews: 1st and 2nd August 2016 in Peterborough
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Our client is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
No agencies please.