Interviews will be held on 9/10/2023 Are you working as a social worker / OT or Nurse and looking for that new role, perhaps to be a part of something new and exciting? Are you looking to develop your career with a group of likeminded professionals?
The service has undergone transformation creating new posts across the Rapid Response team.
Your role will be based at 25 Erleigh Rd when working days and Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading when working nights.
As an Advanced Mental Health Practitioner in the rapid response team, you will offer high-quality mental health assessments and short-term intervention to young people experiencing mental health crisis. You will work closely with the wider CAMH services in Berkshire as well as local authority, education colleagues and other services as required.
You will need to have excellent communication skills as well as a compassionate nature to ensure you are giving your full support to both patients and their families.
As a service we are very committed to the development of our staff and can offer both internal & external training with this role.Main duties of the job
No day will be the same, so here are a few (but not limited to) duties of the role
- Provide high quality assessment and clinical formulation.
- Respond to crisis calls from Young people and their families
- Provide short term interventions/Follow ups when required and make on going referrals based on the clinical needs.
- Ability to manage and lead the shift by prioritising and delegating tasks.
- Identify appropriate interventions for young people and their families as well as the improvement of resilience and recovery which mitigates risks to themselves or others
- Maintain and develop key relationships with professionals external to the area of service, as well as patients and their families
- To be responsible for the accurate maintenance of clinical record keeping and ensuring all systems, records and data are stored and transferred correctly
Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust isa specialist mental health and community health services trust. Rated 'outstanding' by the CQC, we're committed to providing the best possible care to people across Berkshire.
We value diversity and are proud to be a Stonewall Top 100 Employer.We work hard to create an inclusive environment where you'll be supported by friendly and professional colleagues to flourish.
Our values at Berkshire Healthcare:
- Caring for and about you is our top priority
- Committed to providing good quality, safe services
- Working Together with you to develop innovative solutions
We welcome people who share these values to come and work for us.
Benefits of working for us include:
Job descriptionJob responsibilitiesThe4 must haves for you to be considered for this role:
- Flexible working options to support work-life balance.
- 27 days' annual leave rising with service + opportunity to buy and sell
- Generous NHS pension scheme
- Excellent learning and career development opportunities
- 'Cycle to Work' and car leasing scheme
- Access to a range of wellbeing tools and services
- Discounts at hundreds of popular retailers and restaurants
- Staff networks for race, diversity, disabilities and armed forces community to support equality
- Generous maternity, paternity, adoption and special leave.
- Free parking across Trust sites
- A degree in relevant field as well as a core profession eg Social worker, Nurse, OT
- Experience in working with mental health and complex needs
- Demonstrable skills in mental health assessments and formulation
- Full UK driving license with access to a vehicle
Working Shits :
Current Shift Patterns staff are required to work are as follows: (Please be advised the service has the right to change the shift patterns to accommodate the service needs):
Assessment Clinician 09:00 20:00 (10 Hrs)
Late Assessment Clinician 11:00 22:00 (10 Hrs)
Follow Up shift 09:00 17:00 (7.5Hrs)
Shift Lead 08:00 19:00 (10 Hrs)
Weekend/Bank holidays 08:00 17:00 (7.5Hrs)
Night Shift 20:15 08:15 (11 Hrs)
(Clinician will be allocated a combination of the above shifts on a rota basis to complete their contracted Hours.) Please see attached job description for more information about this role and working at Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
If you recognise yourself in these requirements, we recommend you apply today!
We are happy to answer any questions that you may have. Please dont hesitate to call: Marie Duffield on 07767 851207
or email: email@example.com Majid Nazari on 07920767875 or email: Majid.Nazari@berkshire.nhs.uk wholl be delighted to help.Person SpecificationEducation/Qualifications/TrainingEssential
- Recognised and relevant qualification as below: oRegistered Mental Health Nurse or oRegistered Social Worker or oQualified Systemic Family Therapist Masters level or oQualified Psychotherapist or o Clinical or Counselling Psychologist or o Occupational Therapist
- Registration with NMC or HCPC or other recognised professional body
- A supervisory qualification in the relevant professional discipline
- Significant post-qualifying experience of undertaking comprehensive assessment of mental health needs, developing care plans, and offering appropriate support based on psychological formulation of presenting difficulties.
- Experience of working with service users with high-risk presentations and undertaking risk assessment and risk management plans.
- Experience of hard-to-reach diverse community groups and individuals with emerging complex needs, dual diagnoses, people with additional disabilities and safeguarding
- Experience of working effectively in a multi-disciplinary team and multi-agency environment.
Knowledge and skillsEssential
- Experience of working within mental health settings supporting children, adolescents and their families
- Experience of providing supervision or leadership to others.
- Experience of contributing to service improvement initiatives.
- Knowledge and skill to assess acute mental health crisis, and deliberate self-harm at Tier 3 levels.
- Demonstrates up to date knowledge of legislation and National strategies and requirements for CAMHS
- Ability to identify and employ mechanisms of clinical governance as appropriate, to support and maintain clinical practice in the face of regular exposure to highly emotive material and challenging behaviour.
- Ability to motivate and inspire others and to support others to develop key competencies.
- Well-developed skills in the ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, complex, highly technical and/or clinically sensitive information to clients, their families, carers and other professional colleagues both within and outside the NHS.
- Skills in providing consultation to other professional and non-professional groups.
- Ability to take clinical responsibility for patient care and treatment.
- Ability to work to timescales and comfortably cope in pressurised situations, applying practical problem-solving skills in everyday and complex situations
- Ability to work autonomously and effectively in a team, reprioritising work and that of others work to reflect changing needs.
- Competent IT skills and the ability to navigate around various systems and software packages (such as outlook, databases, e.g. RiO MS office and internet
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Ability and willingness to work in a flexible way including working outside of normal hours to facilitate out of hours clinics as required.
- Able to maintain professional boundaries and conduct
- Supportive approach towards colleagues and service users.
- Enthusiastic, self-motivated team player
- Able to negotiate, be confident and assertive
Berkshire Healthcare Foundation TrustAddress
CAMHS Rapid Response
25 Erleigh Road
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