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Wellbeing Practitioner, Children and Young People’s Team (East Hants)

Are you passionate about enabling young people to make positive changes and learn how to look after their mental health and wellbeing? Do you have excellent communication skills and a creative approach? Do you enjoy working independently but are still a team player? We have an exciting opportunity for a Wellbeing Practitioner located within East Hants Primary Care Network and we would like to hear from you!

Havant and East Hants Mind Children and Young People Service supports children and young people to build resilience and to achieve and maintain positive mental health and wellbeing. This ranges from one-to-one support and group work, to outreach into the community and community engagement to provide a range of groups and activities to support children and young people to manage their own mental health needs.

This service offers person-centred support to young people aged 11-17 who have been referred by their GP within the Easts Hants Primary Care Network (PCN).

For this post we require a CYP Wellbeing Practitioner with experience working within mental health to support young people on a 1:1 basis with the potential to develop group support sessions. You will be facilitating a range of self-help tools and have a creative approach to meeting a variety of mental health needs. The position is full time, 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday between 8.30and 5.30pm as agreed. The salary is £23,500 PA.

A full job description can be found here and the application form is available in both word and PDF formats. Havant and East Hants Mind is an equal opportunities employer and as such we ask all candidates to complete and return this Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form with your application form.  This form may also be returned in a separate envelope if preferred. The equal opportunities monitoring form is available in both word and PDF formats.

If you would like to apply for this role, please complete an application form and the equal opportunities monitoring form and return both to Danielle Barnes, at [email protected]

Please email if you would like more information.

The closing date for your application is 12 noon Tuesday 6th December 2022. NB. The application window may be closed earlier than this depending on the number of applications

Primary Care Wellbeing Advisor

An exciting opportunity to form part of a team within the NHS Primary Care Network. The Primary Care Wellbeing Advisor will see patients on an individual basis to understand their current situation and to identify the most appropriate support for them.

This service will enhance the support which GP practices are able to offer their patients with a range of mental health issues through a collaborative and integrative approach.

A full job description can be found here and the application form is available in both word and PDF formats. Havant and East Hants Mind is an equal opportunities employer and as such we ask all candidates to complete and return this Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form with your application form.  This form may also be returned in a separate envelope if preferred. The equal opportunities monitoring form is available in both word and PDF formats.

If you would like to apply for this role, please complete an application form and the equal opportunities monitoring form and return both to Mel Stanford at [email protected]

Crisis Peer Practitioner

The role of Crisis Peer Practitioner has been developed specifically for people who have lived experience of mental health problems in crisis.

As an integral and highly valued member, you will provide formalised peer support and practical assistance to service users in crisis in order for them to regain control over their own lives and unique recovery process.  Within a relationship of mutuality and information sharing you will promote choice, self-determination and opportunities for self-management and connection to local communities. Through sharing wisdom from their own experiences, as a Crisis Peer Practitioner you will inspire hope and belief that recovery is possible in others

The service to users is provided via a helpline, accessible to service users via web chat, text and telephone. Staff will be located within a central hub in the Portsmouth area.

Reporting directly on a day to day basis to the Crisis Team Leader, the Crisis Peer Practitioner will be responsible for the delivery of crisis peer support and practical interventions as agreed.

This role is integral to the overall crisis service, and therefore this post will be part of the team rota and will involve shift work which includes working unsocial hours including weekends, evenings and nights including bank holidays.

A full job description can be found here and the application form is available in both word and PDF formats. Havant and East Hants Mind is an equal opportunities employer and as such we ask all candidates to complete and return this Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form with your application form.  This form may also be returned in a separate envelope if preferred. The equal opportunities monitoring form is available in both word and PDF formats.

If you would like to apply for this role, please complete an application form and the equal opportunities monitoring form and return both to [email protected]

The closing date for your application is 12 noon on 6th January 2023. Interviews will be held week commencing 9th January at the HEH Mind offices in the Leigh Park Community Centre Havant PO9 5BG.

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