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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 25/02/2020.

FEP/ EIP Care Coordinator

Job Reference: 367-WEST-3371-B

Employer:
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Community Mental Health
Location:
Stevenage, Based in Stevenage - caseload work in Welwyn, Hatfield and Hertford
Salary:
£30,401 - £37,267 per annum

Values Based Screener

At Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust we are looking for people to join us who share our values and those of the NHS. Before your application can be considered please take part on our online values questionnaire which you can find in the 'Further Links' section of this advert. When you have finished you will be sent a 'completion code' by email, which will be valid for 6 months and required to submit your application form (If you are experiencing problems please call 01707 253878).

The Role


9 month fixed term or internal secondment position to cover a secondment

Early Intervention in Psychosis Service - PATH (Psychosis: Prevention, Assessment and Treatment in Hertfordshire)

Working in the East & North of Hertfordshire

Are you a creative, reflective and flexible Nurse, Social Worker or Occupational Therapist with a passion for working with people experiencing psychosis for the first time, committed to delivering personalised and meaningful care?

As a Band 6 Care Co-ordinator, you will be an active member of a skilled multi-disciplinary team. You will be working together with your colleagues to provide our PATH service in localities within Hertfordshire. Each Care Co-ordinator covers a designated locality – not the whole county. This means you’ll travel less and work out in the community, both in people’s homes and our local hub buildings. You’ll be passionate in the delivery of recovery based and collaborative approaches to care planning, working flexibly and creatively with people in order to achieve their individual goals.

Our ‘Caseload Mini Team’ workforce model is unique and highly supportive of collaborative working. You will work as the Leader of the Mini Team, working closely with a Band 4 & 5 colleague to manage the caseload together. This role is a real opportunity to build and develop your leadership and delegation skills, as well as maximising the opportunities and support provided by working closely with colleagues, as part of a mini team.

Come and find out more about what we do and consider joining our team. We’d love you to come and work with us! HPFT has the most motivated workforce of any NHS organisation, according to the NHS staff survey results in 2017

Here’s what we’ll offer you:

  • You’ll be offered a structured 12 week induction programme, giving you access to FEP specific learning and development opportunities to give you the confidence and skills to start delivering the FEP pathway to our service users
  • Your development is our focus and we will offer a range of ways for you to further your career. You’ll have access to personal coaching, to help you achieve your goals, coupled with 100 day conversations and a high quality supervision and appraisal programme.
  • You’ll want to be a leader and will be encouraged to develop your leadership skills through our offer of bespoke leadership training, high quality profession specific support and opportunities to learn the most effective supervision and personal coaching approaches.
  • You’ll be an important part of an innovative, creative and developing service. We are committed to a future where we use continuous quality improvement to harness your ideas for service development and make them a reality
  • You’ll work with a team who have highly specialist knowledge, experience and skills around FEP, where you will have access to a comprehensive internal training package to develop these skills in your first year too
  • Delivering the FEP Pathway is a chance to change service users lives, teaching them the skills to self-manage their illness and encouraging self-reliance and independence, as well as helping them rebuild their lives
  • You’ll be working with people who come with a variety of needs, at various stages of their illness and recovery
  • HPFT offers a wide variety of competitive employee benefits including access to a range of salary sacrifice schemes and discounts, a lease car scheme AND Excellent pension provision with up to 42 days leave per year
  • Work in a beautiful and rural part of Hertfordshire with great travel links to London and Cambridge, with a great vibrant high street in Stevenage Old Town, offering boutique shopping, coffee shops and local eateries.

A valid UK driving license plus the use of own transport for business purposes is essential. Full time / part time and flexible working requests will be considered.

A £6000 R&R premia may be applicable to specific posts for nurses or £3500 for social workers in the Hertsmere area. T's & C's apply.

 

For further details / informal visits contact:

Lauren Dennis - Service Manager - 07766 725 783




About us

Work for an NHS trust that’s been rated as 'OUTSTANDING' by the CQC. Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (HPFT) is a successful provider of mental health and learning disability services with ambitions to be the leading provider in the country. We are already delivering services as far afield as Norfolk and North Essex as well as for the population of Hertfordshire. We are a Values Based organisation and our aim is to ensure that we deliver an experience that is consistently welcoming, kind, positive, respectful and professional, because these are the Values that our service users, carers and staff told us meant the most to them. We are currently embarking on a major transformation programme that will change the way that we deliver our services. We are also delighted to be named in the top 100 list of the best places to work in the health service in 2014, which is due to the national staff survey results as well as our range of engagement activities, the diversity of our staff, support for employees with a disability or those who have suffered mental ill health themselves, and our training and development programmes.

Additional Information

HPFT is committed to being an equal opportunities employer and in order to reflect the diversity of its population, positively encourages applications from all areas of the community. We aim to be a representative organisation with regards to age, disability, ethnicity, gender, beliefs and sexual orientation and are fully committed to equality, diversity and human rights and encourage applications from all sections of the community including users of mental health services.

The Trust is committed to helping staff balance work and home life and welcomes applications from candidates wishing to work part-time or under flexible working arrangements.


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.


UK Registration

Applicants must have current UK professional registration. For further information please see applying from overseas.



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