A very exciting 6-month development opportunity has arisen within Neuropsychiatry to manage our Day Services and community team. We are seeking an enthusiastic leader who is looking to develop skills and gain experience in service development, innovation and change management.
Our All Wales Neuropsychiatry service is currently undergoing transformation and working towards a liaison model. The service is working collaboratively with stakeholders to design a service which is goal centred, time limited and prudent in approach. The successful applicant will be integral to this development and play a key role is supporting and developing staff.
The successful applicant will be supporting the Band 7 Ash Day Services and Community Manager in overall operational management of the team, effective management of change, developing relationships with wider teams as well as hold a community caseload. The ability to work under pressure, demonstrate resilience in challenging situations and demonstrate excellent communication skills is essential. Due to a large catchment area it is essential that successful candidate can travel between varied locations in a timely manner.
If you need a new challenge and are interested in this role please contact us for a discussion.
Main duties of the job
To deliver evidence based holistic care to clients within the context of a multi- disciplinary, multi-agency Community Mental Health Service.
To take responsibility for a clinical caseload providing comprehensive assessment, care and treatment to clients referred to the Community Mental Health Team in accordance with Parts 2 and 3 of the Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010.
Foster robust working relationships with all partners and key stakeholders, in particular Local Authority, Primary Care and the Third sector.
Contribute to the continuing improvement and development of community mental health services.
The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this role; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.
About us Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
is one of the largest Integrated Health Boards in the UK, employing over 15,000 staff, providing over 100 specialist services. Working across 6 hospital sites, we have a diverse range of career opportunities to offer. Serving around 500,000 people living in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, we are focussed on the health and care needs of our local population whilst working with our partners to develop regional services.
Our mission isCaring for People, Keeping People Well,
and our vision is that every person's chance of leading a healthy life should be equal. As an organisation we are unashamedly ambitious for our population's health, rising to the challenges of today and tomorrow through our 10-year strategy, Shaping our Future Wellbeing. We are contributing to a healthier Wales with great emphasis placed on innovation and improvement, learning from around the world and leading the way in clinical research. Partnership working is strong at Cardiff and Vale, and we work closely with our staff and our community.
Cardiff, the thriving Welsh capital, is a fantastic city to live and work in with an abundance of sports, arts and cultural attractions. Situated to the west of Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan offers a combination of beautiful Welsh countryside and a dramatic natural coastline. Whether city life or rural living, Cardiff and the Vale offers the best of both worlds
Job description Job responsibilities
You will be able to find a full Job description and Person Specification attached within the supporting documents or please click Apply now to view in Trac.
Person Specification Qualifications Essential
- RMN or equivalent nursing diploma or degree
- Demonstrable post registration development through relevant courses and study days
- Experience in clinical practice within the area of speciality
- Experience of working withing a multi-agency community mental health setting
- Organisational ability and time management skills
- Clinical assessment and formulation skills
- Communication skills
Special Knowledge Essential
- Demonstable post - registration knowledge through experience as a qualified mental health nurse / attendance of formal / informal courses / training
- Ability to demonstrate sound clinical knowledge and awareness of current evidence base relevant to the area of practice.
- Working knowledge of the legal and policy framework underpinning mental health service provisions
- Knowledge of safeguarding procedures
- Experience of delivering psychosocial interventions / CBT and / or experience of postgraduate psychosocial skills training
Personal Qualities Essential
- Ability to work under pressure
- Ability to work on own initiative
- Ability to travel in a timely manner to undertake the duties of the post at various locations
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