- NHS AfC: Band 6
- Full Time - 37.5 hours per week
- £28,050 - £36,644 per annum
- 19/11/2018 23:59
Do you want to be part of an innovative, dynamic organisation that is committed to delivering the best care by the best people? We are looking to appoint people who are as passionate about high quality care as we are.
NELFT provides award winning community and mental healthcare for over 2 million people. We work to ensure our patients, their friends and family, feel confident that their health needs are well met. With an excellent reputation for research and development, our skilled health professionals are at the cutting edge of evidence-based innovation, opening up the possibilities for better ways of working and delivery of care.
We are committed to the delivering the best care for our patients. The successful candidate will share this commitment and demonstrate our Trust values.
We are committed to continuous learning to improve patient outcomes so this means that we are also committed to the professional development of our workforce. We want to ensure you have the opportunity to grow and progress within NELFT, so take the first step on this journey by joining us now.
EWMHS (Emotional Wellbeing Mental Health Service) are looking to recruit to a series of posts, all of which involve Full Core Assessments, Risk Assessments and Management of young people experiencing Acute Mental Health Crisis in both the community and A&E settings. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrable knowledge, understanding and experience of working with the legal frameworks which, relate to the care and treatment of children and young people who are both in and following on from crisis within a community setting. We are looking for people to join our new service ISS (Intensive Support Service) who have the flexibility and enthusiasm to work in a service that operates 7 days a week, 365 days per year. This therefore involves working some unsociable hours and being a car driver with access to a vehicle is highly beneficial given the agile nature of the work across Essex.
Applicants must have a registration under either the NMC for Mental Health Nursing, be a Registered Social Worker or hold registration with other Allied Health Professional Registering Body.
The service has the ability to work with young people and their families within the community which could include seeing young people in their own homes, having service engagement on a daily basis if the need requires. The work includes not only Risk Assessment and Management within an A&E setting, but also delivering Brief Therapeutic Intervention and Treatment packages within an approach to Multidisciplinary and interagency working where required.
We are currently recruiting enthusiastic, experienced clinicians to join our exciting new service. We are particularly looking for clinicians who have experience in:
- Assessment, formulation and management of people experiencing Acute Mental Health Crisis, in both community and hospital settings and are experienced in the assessment and management of Clinical Risk as well as formulating and implementing robust community based care plans
- Demonstrable knowledge, understanding and experience of working with the legal frameworks which, relate to the care and treatment of children and young people with particular reference to Children Act 1989, Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Mental Health Act 1983 (as amended in 2007)
- Flexibility to work within a service which operates 7 days a week 365 days per year including unsociable hours
- Are able to carry out high quality Mental Health and Risk Assessments in a variety of settings, including A&E.
- Able to formulate specific high specialist care and treatment plans, providing skilled and specialist interventions and care to young people with complex mental health problems. Completing detailed written assessments in a timely manner.
- Have a passion and enthusiasm for delivering high quality care to young people and their families
- The use and of Management of clients electronic records.
- Managing busy or complex workloads as part of a team.
NELFT recognises its responsibility to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and to protecting them from the risk of harm. We expect all staff to undertake this commitment and applicants will be subject to recruitment processes that support this.
This post will be subject to a probationary period. Internal applicants are exempt from the probationary period (unless you are an internal applicant currently part way through a probationary period or currently a bank member of staff).
At NELFT we set very high standards to ensure we provide quality services. We require prospective employees to carry out an online literacy and numeracy test, equivalent to NVQ Level 2. For more information regarding our assessments, please visit our website. If you are shortlisted, invited for interview and successfully offered the post, you will be required to undertake an assessment for these skills during the pre-employment checks.
Starting with NELFT
NELFT place a great deal of importance on new starters being properly welcomed and inducted into the Trust. All new starters will join the Trust on the first Monday of each month and will undertake a comprehensive induction of up to two weeks which will include mandatory training, systems training and the allocation of equipment. As part of the process new starters will have the opportunity to also meet the executive team, senior managers and attend a number of drop in sessions focussing in engagement, health and wellbeing and key processes. The induction will be held at our head office in Rainham, Essex.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
EWMHS Crisis / ISS Team Manager
If you have problems applying, contact
- 0300 300 1530 option 2