Vacancies

Community Connector with HEY Mind

Community Connector with HEY Mind

Deadline 18th March

37 hours per week based across the East Riding (fixed term contract to 30 April 2020) £15,796 per annum (from 01 April)

The post holder will work as part of a team of 4 people and in partnership with NHS Community Link Workers on the Social Prescribing contract. Using your knowledge of local service provision, health needs and issues across the East Riding you will empower, motivate and support individuals to access community resources to improve their health and wellbeing. Good interpersonal skills will be key to the success of this role, you should also be competent in the use of IT systems. This is an ideal role for someone who wants to develop their experience of working in mental health. Applicants must have a full current driving licence and access to a motor vehicle for work purposes as travel across the area will be required. The post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure

For details go to their website, where you will find an information pack, application and Equal Opportunities forms. You can also email recruitment@heymind.org.uk  for an application pack. If you require an application pack in a different format please contact the Administration Office on 01482 240200.

Mental Health Recovery Worker with HEY Mind

Mental Health Recovery Worker with HEY Mind

Deadline 20th March

37 hours per week based in Hull £18,831 per annum

Using your previous experience of working with individuals who have experienced poor mental health, you will predominantly work out in the community and occasionally in people’s own homes. The people who use EY Mind’s services have a wide range of mental health conditions and you will work with them on a one to one basis and in group settings, offering appropriate interventions. Applicants must have a full current driving licence and access to their own transport for work purposes as the role will involve travel in and around Hull. Hours of work may be between the hours of 8.00am until 8.00pm Monday to Friday with occasional weekend, bank holiday and evening working. The post will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

For details go to their website, where you will find an information pack, application and Equal Opportunities forms. You can also email recruitment@heymind.org.uk  for an application pack. If you require an application pack in a different format please contact the Administration Office on 01482 240200.

Vacancies with HEY Mind

Vacancies with HEY Mind

Deadline 21st March

Operations Manager, Therapy Services

22.5 hours per week based in Hull £30,300 per annum pro rata

Operations Manager, Community Mental Health Services

37 hours per week based in Hull, £30,300 per annum 

For both these posts Annual leave entitlement is 25 days plus public holidays pro rata.

Using your knowledge of how good quality therapy services are delivered, you will lead a large and diverse team.

You should share their passion about providing excellent therapy services to people living in Hull, East Riding and North East Lincolnshire.

You will need to have well developed communication and organisational skills with the confidence to work independently and make decisions. Understanding the therapeutic process is essential so you must have an accredited therapy qualification.

Applicants must have a full current driving licence and access to their own transport for work purposes as travel across Hull and the East Riding will be required.

For details go to their website, where you will find information packs, application and Equal Opportunities forms. You can also email recruitment@heymind.org.uk  for an application pack.

If you require an application pack in a different format, please contact the Administration Office on 01482 240200.

Anti-trafficking Support Worker with Ashiana in Hull

Anti-trafficking Support Worker with Ashiana in Hull

Deadline 29th March

Salary: £18500 – £21000 pa (pro rata)

Hours:  37 per week

Contract type:  permanent, subject to funding

Based in Hull with regular travel across region.  There will also be occasional national travel required.

Ashiana Sheffield works with Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) women, children and young people to escape violence and abuse and specialise in those areas of abuse which are most prevalent within BAMER communities such as domestic and sexual abuse, forced marriage, female genital mutilation, human trafficking, gang violence and ‘honour’-based violence.

Ashiana is looking for a full time female support worker to deliver aiming to develop skills, knowledge, responses and services to women who are victims (or potential victims) of modern slavery, human trafficking and sexual exploitation across Yorkshire and Humberside.

The successful candidate will have an understanding and experience of supporting women who have experienced significant trauma as well as the knowledge of the processes involved when supporting women who have been trafficked into the UK for the purposes of sexual exploitation or domestic slavery.

It is essential that the successful candidate has the ability to work on her own initiative and manage her own workload.

You should have excellent IT skills and experience of working with management information systems/processes would be an advantage.

Experience of working with BAMER groups in a professional or voluntary capacity or an evidence of passion for and commitment to support BAMER clients is desirable.

Ashiana supports women trafficked into the UK from many different countries; although not essential, applications from speakers of other languages are desirable.

It is essential that the post holder is flexible, adaptable and able to travel across the region on a regular basis.

For an application pack go to Ashiana’s website.

For an informal chat please call Nicola Lambe, Chief Executive on 0114 2555740. 

This post is restricted to female applicants under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1.

Successful applicants will be required to have a satisfactory enhanced disclosure through the DBS scheme.

Harrogate & Rural Alliance Director

Harrogate & Rural Alliance Director

Deadline 17th March

Salary: Circa £68k

Location: Harrogate

The Alliance are looking for a Director to lead the development and delivery of a newly integrated community health and social care service in the Harrogate area.

Prevention is at the heart of this agenda, delaying and reducing demand on more acute services, building provision on the premise that prevention is better than cure.

The programme will place the person and community at the centre of everything they do, based on a strength-based approach, ensuring a service that is owned by the community and colleagues and delivers the best outcomes possible for those they support.

As the Alliance Director, you will have responsibility for overseeing the delivery of the integrated community health and social care service, organised around primary care practices and local communities, which responds to the CCG vision for community services in Harrogate and District ‘Your Community, Your Care’ as well as to the other national and local drivers within the NHS and social care.

The post holder is responsible for the provision of integrated, preventative, safe, caring, high quality, person-centred health and social care at the right time in the right place, and to support people in the Harrogate and Rural District to live independent and healthy lives.

The key objective will be to implement and embed a service model establishing hubs in defined localities which comprise multi-disciplinary teams based around primary care practices; supported by a number of health, social care, voluntary and independent sector and wider public services.

You will work closely with Harrogate and District Foundation Trust and North Yorkshire County Council and will collaborate and influence at all levels across the health and social care system and with partners. Partnership working will be fundamental to the success of this role. You will work closely with all primary care practices to ensure that the service is community and population based and puts the person at the heart of the service.

You will provide leadership and a clear strategic direction to ensure the service prospers.

Closing Date: 17 March 2019

Shortlisting: Week commencing 18 March 2019

Interview Dates: Week commencing 1 or 8 April 2019 (specific date to be confirmed)

For more information go to the North Yorkshire Government website

If you would like to speak someone from the HDFT about this opportunity, please contact Rob Harrison, Chief Operating Officer at Harrogate and District NHSFT on 01423 554446 or Mike Forster, Operational Director (after 5 March) on 01423 553041.

To speak to someone from North Yorkshire County Council please contact Rachel Bowes, Assistant Director, Care and Support, on 01609 532909.

For questions about the role and recruitment process please contact Sarah France-Gorton, Head of Resourcing Solutions on 01609 798106.

 

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