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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 10/03/2020.

Senior Recovery Mental Health Worker

Job Reference: 457-20-003-UN

Employer:
Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Specialist Community Forensic
Location:
SHEFFIELD
Salary:
£21,089 to £23,761 pa

About us

We are a Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust providing a range of diverse services including: generic & specialist mental health care; services for people with learning disability; drug & alcohol services; Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT); GP Primary Care services; dementia care services; and community based services for those with long term neurological conditions. We promote emotional health and well being through the provision of accessible high quality modern services designed around the needs of our local population. Our culture is founded upon effective partnership working and close working relationships with staff, service users and their families/carers. We strive to deliver consistently high quality care through our high performing, dedicated & skilful workforce which you could now become a part of. Our values are fundamental to ensuring people are at the heart of everything we do, our values are Respect, Compassion, Partnership. Accountability, Fairness and Ambition.


Specialist Community Forensic Team

Senior Recovery Mental Health Worker (permanent)

Salary:Band 4 £21,089 - £23,761pa (dependent on experience)

Location:Base to be confirmed

Hours:37.5

Post Ref: 457-20-003-UN

We are looking for a Senior Recovery Mental Health Worker to be part of a ground-breaking new team, improving the lives of forensic mental health service users.
Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust has been chosen by NHS England to pioneer a new approach to support forensic service users in the community instead of in secure hospitals, in the form of a Specialist Community Forensic Team (SCFT). This can improve quality of life, health outcomes and reduce inequality. Other teams in the programme have spoken of how this work has had a “genuine impact on service users’ lives”, along with the ability to “instil hope” and “witness real life changes”.
This role is a rare chance to shape a new service, providing opportunities to develop your skills and your career. You will work to enhance the transition of service users out of secure settings, deliver care and treatment, and support their ongoing recovery in the community. The SCFT will provide care coordination and intensive multidisciplinary and multi-agency input, for as long as is needed.
The successful candidate will be supported with their professional and leadership development, through high quality professional supervision. All members of the new team will benefit from an extensive professional and training development programme over the first year, delivered as part of the national programme, and benefit from a range of learning and development events through the first year as the new model is rolled out. We are aiming for this team to be an exemplar of well-being for staff, to support them to deliver outstanding care.
To provide the support required, the specialist community forensic team is a new kind of multi-disciplinary team. Its key features include:
•Relatively low caseloads, given the intensity and complexity of the work. Each care coordinator within the team is likely to have a caseload of around 8-10 service users.
•A clear pathway to provide 24/7 crisis response, although standard operating hours will be [e.g. 9am-6pm, Monday to Friday].
•Specialist forensic assessment and case management.
•Integration of trained peer support workers within the team.
•Use of evidence-based psychosocial interventions known to support forensic service users.
•Integration of substance misuse support.
•Training and support for Third Sector accommodation providers to ensure successful outcomes for service users.
•High quality reflective practice

The creation of the team is being funded by NHS England, as part of a nationwide network intended to develop the model and demonstrate its effectiveness. The team will cover Sheffield, and following evaluation we will want to develop similar approaches across the rest of South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw.
For an informal conversation about this role, or any of the other exciting roles within the SCFT, feel free to get in touch with Richard Bulmer on richard.bulmer@shsc.nhs.uk

 




Our values are fundamental to ensuring people are at the heart of everything we do, our values are:

  • Respect: We listen to other, valuing their views and contributions
  • Compassion: We show empathy and kindness to others so they feel supported, understood and safe
  • Partnership: We engage with others on the basis of equality and collaboration
  • Accountability: We are open and transparent, acting with honesty and integrity, accepting responsibility for outcomes
  • Fairness: We ensure equal access to opportunity, support and services
  • Ambition: We are committed to making a difference and helping to fulfil aspirations and hopes of our service users.

The Trust is committed to safeguarding adults and children and as part of our safe recruitment practice the successful applicant(s) will be subject to a check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) if it is deemed appropriate for the role. The cost of the DBS check (currently up to £48.23) must be met by the successful applicant(s).

SHSC is a Level 2 'Disability Confident' employer, this means that if you have a Disability you are guaranteed an interview if you meet ALL of the essential criteria for this post. Please make sure that when you apply for this post you make it clear how you meet the criteria for the post and also complete the monitoring section of the application where there is a box to tick to indicate that you wish to be included in the guaranteed interview scheme.

The Trust values the diversity of all staff and is committed to equality. We positively encourage applications from all sections of the community regardless of age, gender, racial origin, religion or belief, sexual orientation or disability including people who have experienced mental ill health. We actively welcome applications from people who have used our services.


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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