The post holder will be responsible for managing a caseload of adults with a learning disability and/or autism, or who are diagnosed with a mental illness, who are within the secure care pathway. Working as part of a busy team this role will include assisting in access assessments, ensuring referrals and admissions are managed and appropriate, and that the quality of patient safety, care and treatment is paramount. The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate high levels of skill working with complex individuals, their families and carers within a variety of care settings.
- Are you an experienced clinician with a passion for helping progress care pathways?
- Do you have an eye for quality and an enquiring mind?
- Are you resilient with the ability to juggle conflicting priorities on a daily basis?
- Can you communicate well with people across a range of organisations and roles?
- Do you enjoy working autonomously, travelling across the region and out of the area to visit our patients on a regular basis?
An understanding of current policy and evidence-based approaches will be critical with the successful applicant demonstrating high levels of knowledge regarding the secure care landscape. Knowledge must include a robust understanding of approaches to managing complex populations in both inpatient and community settings including knowledge of treatment pathways, quality of care and safeguarding for our people.
The post holder will be expected to develop excellent working relationships with providers and other partnership organisations, and agencies across the statutory, voluntary and independent sectors.
For enquires please contact our Head of Service, Sarah Johnson, on 07976 964666 or email@example.com
Your base is to be confirmed but can be flexible, however under the current COVID-19 conditions this may be subject to alternative arrangements/change for example home working. Please be assured that any alternatives will be discussed fully with you and the organisation. Please ask the appointing manager if you have any questions.
Join us at Devon Partnership NHS Trust and you’ll be joining an award-winning organisation that is passionate about mental health and learning disability. One that cares about the people it supports – and one that also cares about its staff.
You’ll be part of a team that is compassionate and supportive, and genuinely committed to working together with the people who use our services, their families and carers in everything that we say and do.
Our offer to you
We recognise our people want to learn and develop, becoming the best that they can be. We offer all our staff a range of training opportunities including a variety of in-house training programmes designed and delivered by experts, and opportunities to access external training where appropriate.
In addition to ongoing training and development opportunities, we are committed to providing an environment in which you can thrive.
Benefits of working at Devon Partnership NHS Trust include:
- Commitment to flexible working where this is possible
- 27 days of annual leave per year plus bank holidays, increasing to 29 days after 5 years and 33 days after 10 years’ service withtheNHS so you can really enjoy what Devon has to offer
- Individual personal development plans and a commitment to ongoing training
- Generous NHS pension scheme
- Good maternity, paternity and adoption benefits
- Health service discounts and online benefits
- Incremental pay progression
- Free confidential employee assistance programme 24/7
- Access to our staff networks
- Health and wellbeing opportunities
- Cycle to Work Scheme and reduced public transport rates
- Structured learning and development opportunities.
Devon offers beautiful coastal and countryside locations with a wide range of social & leisure opportunities. This ranges from some of the best beaches in the Country, The Moors, Canals and rivers all of which can be accessed easily via foot, car, bike or boat.
Great place to work. Great place to live
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