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Recovery Worker

Job Reference: 301-RC-19-72803

Employer:
Inclusion
Department:
HMP Brinsford
Location:
Staffordshire
Salary:
£24,214 - £30,112

In 2002 Inclusion was created as part of the award winning South Staffordshire & Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, now known as Midlands Partnership Foundation NHS Trust. It was developed to provide evidence based innovative services to beneficiaries across England with the flexibility to provide local solutions to local communities but with the governance and commitment to quality of the NHS.

Successful in its endeavors, Inclusion has grown to both substance misuse and mental health services in the community, residential and prisons. Employing over 500 staff, including Psychiatrists, Counsellors, Doctors, Nurses, Therapists, Drug & Alcohol Recovery Workers, Peer Mentors and Volunteers. We provide services to in excess of 19,000 services users per annum across the Home Counties, Midlands, East of England up to the North of England.

The range of services we provide allows us to work with our service users in prisons, extending this into community settings, tackling both substance misuse and mental health concerns. We believe that people can change, a resounding theme of our services that underpins our success is being flexible to changing need, not compromising on quality and understanding our responsibility in achieving the best possible outcomes for service users, families and communities.

Inclusion has extensive experience of working alongside and providing services to Clinical Commissioning Groups, Local Authority Public Health Teams, Police & Crime Commissioners, NOMS, NHS England and a broad range of public and voluntary sector institutions. Partnerships are important to us, we work with a range of providers to ensure there are comprehensive packages in place for our service users.

We are renowned for investing in and supporting our staff and have a strong ethos of continuous professional development.This means we can offer staff genuine opportunities to develop their careers, gaining experience working across a number of specialisms.


In 2002 Inclusion was created as part of the award winning South Staffordshire & Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust has recently merged with Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership Trust to Create Midlands Partnership Foundation NHS Trust. Inclusion was developed to provide evidence based innovative services to beneficiaries across England with the flexibility to provide local solutions to local communities but with the governance and commitment to quality of the NHS.

Successful in its endeavours, Inclusion has grown to both substance misuse and mental health services in the community, residential and prisons. Employing over 500 staff, including Psychiatrists, Counsellors, Doctors, Nurses, Therapists, Drug & Alcohol Recovery Workers, Peer Mentors and Volunteers. We provide services to in excess of 19,000 services users per annum across the Home Counties, Midlands, and East of England up to the North of England.

The range of services we provide allows us to work with our service users in prisons, extending this into community settings, tackling both substance misuse and mental health concerns. We believe that people can change; a resounding theme of our services that underpins our success is being flexible to changing need, not compromising on quality and understanding our responsibility in achieving the best possible outcomes for service users, families and communities.

Inclusion has extensive experience of working alongside and providing services to Clinical Commissioning Groups, Local Authority Public Health Teams, Police & Crime Commissioners, NOMS, NHS England and a broad range of public and voluntary sector institutions. Partnerships are important to us; we work with a range of providers to ensure there are comprehensive packages in place for our service users.

We are renowned for investing in and supporting our staff and have a strong ethos of continuous professional development. This means we can offer staff genuine opportunities to develop their careers, gaining experience working across a number of specialisms.

Are you passionate and committed to working in a prison environment to meet the needs of service users in prison with substance misuse and mental health needs?

If so we have an exciting career opportunity available at HMYOI Brinsford.

We currently have a vacancy for a band 5 Psychosocial Recovery Worker.

Applicants are expected to have a range of knowledge and experience of working with clients with a variety of substance misuse needs. The applicant will be responsible for the assessment, care planning and delivery of evidence based interventions both in a 1:1 and group setting. The applicant will carry a caseload of clients and be responsible for providing individualised, holistic care.

At HMYOI Brinsford the service is integrated with the Mental Health Pathway which provides the opportunity to work alongside a multi-disciplinary team which includes Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Psychiatry, Mental Health Nurses, Psychology and other substance misuse workers. This allows for easier access to joint working amongst professionals with the client group and access to both peer and formal training in different areas. This is particularly important when supporting the Duel Diagnosis Pathway.

Applicants will have the ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team. The role will include liaising with prison partners, safer custody, offender management, probation and external Drug services.

It is essential for applicants to demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills, compassion and empathy and have a good level of self-awareness.

Applicants also need to demonstrate a specific interest in working with this challenging and complex client group. The nature of this work is stressful so there is an expectation that successful applicants have a commitment to engaging in clinical supervision.

Midlands Partnership Foundation NHS Trust - Inclusion are working in partnership with Care UK at HMYOI Brinsford. Inclusion are contracted to provide a fully integrated Mental Health & Psychosocial Substance Misuse Team. This is an exciting opportunity to join our dedicated multidisciplinary integrated team in HMYOI Brinsford.

What can we offer you?

We will offer you clinical, operational and professional supervision with CPD opportunities agreed with your manager. You will contribute to the development of the clinical pathway across the prisons, specifically identifying discipline specific contribution to service delivery.




IMPORTANT INFORMATION about your application. Please read. . . . . . . . . . . .

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1. UPDATES & CORRESPONDENCE – All correspondence will be sent via email to the email address you used when making your application. Please check your email regularly. If you have selected updates by text messaging we will also correspond via this method.

2. EMPLOYMENT CHECKS – If selected for interview, you will be sent an email with the details of the documentation you need to bring along with you to verify your Right to work in the UK, your identity and DBS Check. Failure to bring the documentation will delay your employment if you are successful at interview.

3. REFERENCES - Please ensure you provide email addresses for all referees for the last 3 years of employment and advise of any gaps in employment.

Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is an Equal Opportunities employer and operates a no smoking at work policy.

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of individuals and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The Trust has a positive attitude to employees and job applicants with mental health issues.

PLEASE NOTE: should we have a high volume of applications the Trust may close the vacancy early.


Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.



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