Community Mental Health Registered Professional - Band 6 Full-Time 37.5 hours per week South Warwickshire Recovery Team Based at Ashton House, Leamington Spa
Do you want to be part of a supportive, forward thinking, positive and dynamic community psychosis team?
We have a vacancy for an experienced Community Mental Health Registered Professional, who would like to join our large team that works across South Warwickshire. The team works with service users with enduring psychotic illness. 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.
As a Band 6 Care Coordinator in the team, you would have a variety of responsibilities.
Supporting non-qualified staff with relevant clinical issues.
Supporting the running of our well established clinics, and promoting healthy lifestyles for our patients
Supporting our duty desk for urgent patient enquiries
Being part of triaging and assessing new referrals
Line managing and professionally supporting peers and junior staff
Providing a unique professional perspective on the complex needs of our patient group
The caseload is complex and diverse, and to support our staff and service users, we utilise the Flexible Assertive Community Treatment (FACT) and Recovery models to deliver multi-disciplinary responsive shared care, as the work is often unpredictable.
This allows staff to utilise the full range of skills and expertise in the team to support with their day to day work, so that they are never managing a complex situation alone and our patients receive the best care. A working knowledge / understanding of these models is preferable and will be assessed at interview. We are also developing skills in management of forensic cases and developing our use of standardised assessments to support this work.
The team is supportive and close knit to enhance a positive working atmosphere and collaborative working.
You will receive regular support and supervision from the Management and Leadership team. Ensuring that staff are well supported is important in our team. We also welcome opportunities for staff to develop and this will be discussed throughout your time with the team. We encourage staff to utilise their own initiative in order to aid their own development.
The service received an overall rating of Good by the CQC and an Outstanding for care and compassion of which we are rightly proud. We have also been recognised both locally and nationally by receiving awards for the services we provide.
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust provides a full range of expanding physical, mental health and learning disability services to children, young adults, adults and older adults over many sites across Coventry and Warwickshire.
Services across the trust are provided to a population of over one million people living in Coventry and Warwickshire and also a wider geographical area in some of our specialist services. However you will be based in South Warwickshire.
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. Please note that due to transformational changes coming in this post is subject to change and develop. With a move away from care coordination and more of a focus on each specialist profession to deliver specific evidence based interventions.
We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who can work confidently on their own as well as supporting the team. Good communication and problem solving skills are essential, as well as knowledge of severe mental illness and the challenges this brings in daily life. You also need to be a driver with access to a car that can be used for business purposes. We also are looking for people who can demonstrate the Trusts vision and values in practice, and are motivated to be involved in innovation and service development.
The successful applicant will work alongside a dynamic, supportive multi-disciplinary team including a large number of other nurses, psychiatrists, support workers, occupational therapists, social workers, mental health nurses and psychologists to deliver recovery focussed interventions in the community. This includes care co-ordination under the Care Programme Approach and generic roles in the team such as new patient assessments and duty. There is also potential to support in the running of our well established, well respected physical health and wellbeing, clinics as well as group and individual interventions, such as CBA.
Person Specification QUALIFICATIONS Essential
- Relevant Professional Qualification ie. RMN, DipCOT
- Current unrestricted registration with HCPC/NMC
- Specialist knowledge across a range of procedures and theory
- Professional knowledge acquired through degree/ diploma
- Relevant training and experience specialist short courses
- Evidence of continuing professional development
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS Essential
- Excellent written communication skills
- Substantial experience in a Community Mental health care setting
- Developed specialist knowledge gained within a similar environment over a considerable period of time
- Significant experience of undertaking assessment, formulation, risk assessment and positive risk management
- Experience of safeguarding and investigations
- Proven experience of people management
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