Are you looking to start a career in one of the UK’s most respected mental health trusts in a role that makes a difference every day?
Are you looking for something new, exhilarating, challenging, with great job satisfaction working with a motivated team? If are you an experienced resilient clinical practitioner within mental health services then look no further.
The role supports those most vulnerable and in need individuals within the prison establishment, offering an intensive level of input to reduce risk to themselves and others.
The role is based within the existing prison mental health team working in a high paced environment and will allow you to further develop excellent assessment and clinical skills.
Our patient group represents some of the most excluded members of society with their combination of severe mental disorder, substance misuse and serious offending. These individuals often have no access to services in the community Working with these individuals can allow you to make a real difference.
Devon Partnership NHS Trust is growing as we establish ourselves us as one of the leading providers of mental health services in the country.
Working as part of Devon Partnership NHS Trust you will make a difference to lives from the moment you start.
We expect all our staff to embrace this way of working, recognising the equal value of everyone involved in service design and delivery.
Main duties of the job
You will be required to demonstrate a high level of commitment, motivation and knowledge of working adults with needs associated to.
You will be responsible for the assessment and care planning of a small caseload of patients.
This role will involve delivering high quality needs led support, clinical assessment and interventions and consultation.
Also required to demonstrate excellent communication skills and be able to work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team and other agencies.
You will have experience of working in a team.
You will often work under pressure and without direct supervision, so we are looking for someone confident and capable. You will prioritise tasks, and manage your own workload, providing support for your colleagues where required.
You will become an important part of the team, working to ensure that every patient receives high quality care. You may be required to support the induction of new staff member, demonstrating activities to them and providing supervision to support administrators.
About us About Devon Partnership Trust
We provide mental health & learning disability services, as well as a range of specialist & secure services for the wider south west region & nationally. We are passionate about promoting good mental health & wellbeing. We strive to use the expertise & resources within our organisation, and through our partnerships, to deliver high quality services that are safe & focused on people's recovery. Our values
We not only recruit employees based on their qualifications & experience - we recruit individuals who possess and demonstrate the behaviours which underpin the core values of our organisation. These values include such attributes as showing a commitment to quality of care, improving lives of others, giving respect, dignity & compassion. We can bring those values to life in our everyday tasks by giving a smile; making time for people; challenging ourselves & others, & being open to new ideas.
We are committed to being an inclusive employer & applications are encouraged & welcomed from all sections of the community, regardless of any protected characteristics as governed by the Equality Act 2010. Part time & flexible working applications will be considered & supported, where possible. We particularly encourage applicants with lived experience of mental health & learning disabilities. We are a Disability Confident Employer.
Job description Job responsibilities
Please see the attached Job description and person specification for further details about the role.
Person Specification Qualifications Essential
- A professional mental health qualification and registration e.g. RNMH, RNLD,Social Work Degree or equivalent, BSc/Diploma in OT, SROT
- Experience of working with adults with a mental health diagnosis.
- Experience of working in secure settings would be beneficial but not essential.
Knowledge and Skills Essential
- Previous employment / experience of working with people e.g., in a caring situation, dealing with the public.
- Able to demonstrate past leadership experience, experience of shift co-ordination.
- Ability to generate ideas for activities.
- Interest in a wide range of people and personalities.
- Effective team worker proven team player.
- Life skills and mature outlook needed to work in a robust Health Care Environment.
- Other professional development.
- Able to supervise others and provide critical and constructive feedback.
- Previous care experience with individuals who have suffered Mental Health difficulties.
- Good level of IT / Computer skills.
- Mentorship Training (willingness to obtain qualifications in this area).
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