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 exciting opportunities for 2 full time Wellbeing Practitioners located within Primary Care Networks (PCN) in East Hampshire and we would like to hear from you! Part-time and/or Job Share applications are also welcome.
Havant and East Hants Mind Children and Young People’s (CYP) Service supports 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 enable 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.
For these posts we require CYP Wellbeing Practitioners 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 open for applications on a part-time (18.5 hours per week) or full time, (37 hours per week) basis (job share considered). The roles are Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 6.30pm as agreed. The salary is £24,500 PA (pro rata for part time).
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 our application form, the equal opportunities monitoring form and return both to our HR Department. Please address your envelope/ email to: HR Officer at HEH Mind, [email protected]. Your application and equal opportunities forms can be sent together, these will be separated by our HR Department before being forwarded to the relevant team for selection. If providing a covering letter, this should be addressed to Danielle Barnes, [email protected], the Wellbeing Administrator (Children & Young People).
Please email Danielle if you would like more information or an informal discussion.
The closing date for your application is 12 noon Wednesday 22nd March. NB. The application window may be closed earlier than this depending on the number of applications.
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