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Clinical Team Coordinator

Solent NHS Trust
£43,742 to £50,056 a year
Closing date
9 Jul 2024

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Other Health Profession
Band 7
Contract Type
Full Time
We are pleased to be recruiting to an Clinical Team Coordinator (CTC) post within our Mental Health in Schools Team (MHST). We work dynamically and creatively with our local schools and colleges to support pupils, families and education staff with a focus on prevention and an early intervention stage within their wellbeing journey.

Southampton MHST offers city-wide coverage for its schools and colleges, where the teams will work within education settings to provide early intervention and prevention work for mild to moderate mental health issues and provide support to staff in schools and colleges. Teams also act as a link with local children and young people's mental health services.

Main duties of the job

We are looking for candidates who have a core profession and specialist knowledge and skills within children's mental health alongside leadership experience. The post holder will work alongside the Team Manager and Clinical Lead as part of a dynamic mental health team in a creative environment where evidence-based interventions, new ideas, ways of working and supporting children and young people are actively encouraged.

Interviews for this post will be taking place on: Wednesday 5th June 2024

About us

We have been working with other local NHS Trusts to create a new organisation, bringing together all community, mental health and learning disability services from across Hampshire and Isle of Wight. Subject to approvals, the aim is for the new Trust to be formed by July 2024.Project Fusion is the name for the programme to create the new combined NHS Foundation Trust. Hampshire and Isle of Wight Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust will be bringing the services into a single organisation will result in more consistent care, more equitable access to services irrespective of postcode, and a more sustainable workforce and services. The new organisation will operate locally to ensure services can best meet the needs of different communities.The new Trust will be comprised of all the services currently provided by Solent NHS Trust and Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, the community, mental health and learning disability services provided by Isle of Wight NHS Trust and child and adolescent mental health services delivered in parts of Hampshire by Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.Colleagues will transfer to the new organisation under Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) -- known as TUPE on 1st July 2024. TUPE is a legal process to ensure you transfer out of one organisation and into another, maintaining the terms and conditions of your employment.

Job description

Job responsibilities

*Please Note : For a detailed job description for this vacancy, please see attached Job Description*

Person Specification



  • Professional qualifications relevant to CAMHS e.g. Registered Nurse, Social Worker, Occupational Therapist, Other related therapies.
  • Degree or equivalent level training relevant to Child and Adolescent Mental Health



  • Experience of working with complex children, young people and families, experiencing mental health and trauma difficulties
  • Supervisory skills -- caseload management and clinical supervision
  • Ability to chair and facilitate team and multi-agency meetings
  • Experience of multi professional/multi-agency working
  • Appraiser of junior staff and/or peers
  • Performance monitoring

Employer details

Employer name

Solent NHS Trust


Adelaide Health Centre, Western Community Centre

William Macleod Way



SO16 4XE

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