Do you enjoy working with young people who have FEP or identified as ARMS
Do you have a solid working knowledge of First Episode Psychosis following the assertive outreach approach?
Would you like to work within an experienced MDT who share these values?
If so, EIP Walsall would love to hear from you.
You have ongoing responsibility for the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of the care needs of the young people open to the Early Intervention in Psychosis service.
You will have the support of the team manager and clinical lead alongside the wider MDT
Our team works Monday - Friday.Main duties of the job
- To engage young people who are experiencing a first episode of psychosis/at risk mental state in a sensitive and non-stigmatising way, taking full account of their need to stay connected with the ordinary activities of their lives.
- To focus on service users from age 14 and co-work with CAMHS staff
- To work with, promote and develop appropriate models of community care i.e. psychosocial, social inclusion, family interventions, solution focused and health assessments.
- To lead on the delivery of care that is client focused and culturally competent.
- To support the team in achieving the Referral to Treatment Standard and NCAP audit Targets.
- To work in a client focused way in a variety of non-traditional settings.
- To contribute to the assessment of care needs, development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care in the context of the care programme approach.
- To contribute to assessment of educational support needs with other agencies.
- To provide supervision and leadership to junior members of staff to ensure delivery of programmes of care for patients on their caseload.
- The role may involve care coordination of patients over 17 years old , depending on the needs of the service
Are you passionate about delivering positive change to the people of the Black Country? Do you want to work with a talented workforce to meet new challenges and improve care for our local communities?
Then our Trust is the place for you.
We employ over 3,000 members of staff and just like the population we serve, we are made up of diverse cultures and backgrounds.
We take pride in supporting, developing and engaging with our workforce. Staff engagement, recognition and wellbeing are vital to the success of our organisation, and we strive to provide a setting in which our staff can showcase their skills, innovative solutions and dedication to healthcare.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
For a detailed list of the role's responsibilities, please refer to the Early Intervention Care Co-ordinator for CAMHS/Young People job description.Person SpecificationEssentialEssential
- NMC registered RMHN/RNLD
- Minimum 18 months post registration experience
- Experience of working with psychosis
- Full UK driving licence and access to a car for work
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Experience of working with families/BFT trained
- Experience of working in the community
- Experience of working with CAMHS
Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation TrustAddress
Early Intervention in Psychosis Service Walsall
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