Registered Professional - Band 5 Full time, permanent role
We have an exciting opportunity for a Band 5 care coordinator to join the Coventry Community Mental Health and Wellbeing Team based in Tile hill, coventry.
Coventry Community Mental health & Wellbeing Team is part of a multi-disciplinary, mental health and wellbeing service. Teams are arranged around individual needs based on care clusters. This post sits within the Non Psychosis, clusters 3-8 pathway. This includes people with emotional regulation difficulties, mood disorders, anxiety, personality disorders. Please note many Trust interviews are currently taking place through Microsoft Teams, this can be downloaded either through the App Store or Google Play for use on your phone/tablet.
Main duties of the job For more information on this role please see the attached support information. This will give you a better overview of the job role and requirements.
Working within an established team, you'll be managing a caseload of clients who have complex mental health problems and delivering a range of interventions. As a successful candidate you will have the opportunity to build your skills and confidence to eventually allow you to undertake the role of care coordinating a full caseload, being part of a duty team and undertaking trusted assessments. You will be working as part of a multi-disciplinary team, using evidence-based approaches and time limited interventions. You'll be communicating with a wide variety of clients; professionals; partners and agencies
About us Why Us?
Working for our Team is demanding and hard work but incredibly rewarding. It offers the opportunity to develop some excellent specialist skills and take part in imaginative and effective interventions. The nature of the team means that you bring your knowledge, experience, enthusiasm and empathy and are exposed to the knowledge and skills of other colleagues within the team which promotes growth and development within your own practice at an accelerated rate. We are a team that recognizes the work we do can be difficult at times and we have a strong supportive approach- both in professional matters and passing on good practice, learning and sharing risk but also when it impacts on us personally.
Job description Job responsibilities For more information on this role please see the attached support information. This will give you a better overview of the job role and requirements. Skills & Experience
We see this as an ideal opportunity to develop specialist skills in this field. It is important you have strong communication skills and you can work on your own initiative as well as collaboratively with colleagues. A willingness and enthusiasm to learn new skills and develop your practice is vital. This team provides interventions on a one-to-one basis but also in group formats. There are tight deadlines, and you will be often under pressure, but you will be supported throughout your time with the team, and we invest time and energy in developing you as a clinician. You will have to make difficult decisions but having a supportive and experienced team alongside you helps with that process.
Person Specification Qualifications Essential
- Relevant Professional Qualification ie. RMN, DipCOT
- Current unrestricted registration with HCPC/NMC
- Expertise within a discipline underpinned by theory
- Professional clinical knowledge acquired through degree/ diploma
Knowledge and skills Essential
- Excellent written communication skills
- Experience in a Community Mental health care setting
- Experience of undertaking formulation, risk assessment and positive risk management
- Experience of staff supervision
- Evidence of continuing professional development
- Must have full driving licence and access to a motor vehicle for business use
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