The overarching focus of the Learning Disability & Autism Programme (previously referenced as the Transforming Care Programme) is to promote health and wellbeing, deliver high quality and sustainable services and improve outcomes and life experiences for autistic people, people with a learning disability or both , meeting the requirements set out in the NHS long Term Plan and other national strategy documents.
The CETR (Care Education Treatment Reviews) Project is a small integrated team between the CAMHS Provider Collaborative and the Integrated Care Board. The function is to ensure quality of care to children and young people on the Dynamic Support Registers due to high risk of admission into hospital because of complex behavioural and/or mental health needs.
We encourage flexible working. We know that a positive work/ life balance brings about huge health-related benefits, which has a positive impact on the care we provide. Please speak to us about flexible working, for example, homeworking, part time hours, flexible start/ finish times or anything else. If it works for you and works for the role, we'll do our best to make it happen.
Main duties of the job
The post-holder will:
- Act as a role model and source of clinical knowledge providing advice, support and consultation to develop the knowledge and skill in the workforce (clinical and non-clinical staff).
- Ensure Dynamic Support Registers are used effectively to prioritise allocation of resources, namely CETRs, Local Area Emergency Protocol meetings, professional consults and keyworker support.
- Chair Community CETRs, Local Area Emergency Protocol meetings and co-facilitate the professional consult meetings with the Keyworking team.
- Use the Dynamic Support Registers to report common themes to commissioners so as to inform how services are commissioned.
- Deputise on occasion for Case Manager and/or Operational Lead in HIOW Care Rooms about the needs of our inpatient population and the supports and services required so as to achieve safe and timely discharges.
- Assist the development and implementation of the keyworker function for children and young people who are autistic, have a learning disability or both and their families/carers across Hampshire, Southampton and the Isle of Wight in a complex and diverse multi-agency environment.
- Develop and maintain strong working partnerships across the Integrated Care System (ICS), adding value to established statutory and MDT working.
- With both the CAMHS Provider Collaborative and the keyworker team, ensure children, young people and family carers with lived experience have opportunity to be involved in co-production and co-design.
About us Welcome from our Chief Executive
Our organisation is expanding and we're looking for people with the right values, skills and/or potential to join us. We need people with energy, expertise, enthusiasm to help us provide the very best possible specialist NHS mental health and learning disability care. This involves helping us achieve our strategy to improve the quality of life for the communities we serve through People, Prevention and Partnerships. So what can we offer you in return?
We're an organisation which puts people first. We'll do everything possible to help you feel respected, valued and included. We'll help you learn, acquire new skills and gain further experience to support your career development. And we'll provide the opportunity for you to bring your fresh ideas to work about how we can do things differently and continue improving.
You will also be joining a health and care system committed to working together to do the best we can for the communities we serve. Above all, at Sussex Partnership you'll have the chance to make a difference to the lives of the patients, carers and families across our communities.
If you like the sound of that, then come and join our team.
Job description Job responsibilities
Please see the job description and person specification attached to this advertisement for more details of this position.
Person Specification Qualifications Essential
- Registered Nurse with current registration (mental health / LD/ Adult) appropriate to the job role.
- Degree/diploma level supplemented by specialist qualification, training, experience, courses to masters level equivalent relevant to the care group
- Evidence of post registration training in relevant service area
- Completion of Mentorship Course/ENB equivalent
- Extensive post qualifying experience in relevant service area
- Experience of supervising staff and students
- Able to manage a caseload of patients with complex mental health needs
- Comprehensive knowledge of interventions specific to service area
- Awareness of Trust policies and service specification
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