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Senior Mental Health Practitioner

Employer
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Sleaford
Salary
£40,057 to £45,839 pa
Closing date
27 Jun 2022

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Profession
Practitioner
Service
Community
Grade
Band 7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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JOB TITLE: Band 7 Senior Mental Health Practitioner
DEPARTMENT: Integrated Place Based Team (IPBT)
LOCATION/BASE ADDRESS: Grantham
BAND AND SALARY: Band 7
NUMBER OF HOURS: 1.0 wte (37.5 hours per week)
TEMP/PERM (END DATE IF FIXED TERM): Permanent contract
In LPFT we are forging ahead in our community transformation plans that aim to offer a dynamic, localised approach that is responsive, evaluated & tailored to local need, targeting health inequalities. This role is significant in moving towards an integrated care system approach and successful candidates will be trailblazing this new approach.
We are looking to recruit a senior mental health practitioner to work in Primary Care Networks based in Grantham. If you are interested we would strongly urge you to read the candidate pack and contact Ruth Taylor, Neighbourhood Lead via ruth.taylor4@nhs.net or Christine Coupar, Service Manager via Christine.Coupar@nhs.net
The Role:
Whilst based within the locality Integrated Place Based Team in Grantham you will provide mental health leadership and implement clinical processes. In addition to undertaking mental health assessments, you will take on a caseload of highly complex service users to provide therapeutic interventions and coordinate their care.
Whilst a full Job and Person specification is attached to this advert, key elements of the role will include (but not be limited to):
• Providing specialist clinical knowledge and interventions to service users in primary care setting. This will include working with the practice team to support service users with highly complex mental health needs/serious mental illness.
• Developing and implementing clinical processes that contributes towards the continuous improvement of mental health provision across the primary care network (multiple GP practices)
• Providing best practice training, mentorship and guidance to mental health practitioners and other roles within the primary care/ neighbourhood MDT
• Managing a caseload of highly complex service users, working closely with the locality secondary mental health service, to maintain care plans and avoid escalation : It is expected that this will equate to 50% of the working week.

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