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Recovery Workers and Social Inclusion Recovery Workers

Mind Norwich

Norwich, Norfolk

Published
18-05-2018
Job ad details
Published
18-05-2018
Expires
01-06-2018
Job ID
329814913
Job type
Part-time
Full-time
Public Sector
Permanent
Job sector
Medical and Carers, Public Sector, Management & Business

Recovery Workers and Social Inclusion Recovery Workers 

Salary: £17,675.00 (Pro-rata for Part-time Hours) (£36.92 for Sleep-ins)
Hours: Full Time  (37.5 hours) and Part Time (22.5 hours 3 days and 30 hours  4 days) opportunities available. Evening, Weekend and night working with sleep-ins is required.

Location: Various locations including covering Norwich City, North and South Norfolk.

The Company -  At Norwich and Central Norfolk Mind, we work hard to help people recover from mental health problems and develop resilience for the future. We are a leading mental health charity in Norwich and central Norfolk, providing services which make a real difference to peoples lives. We are a flexible and supportive employer providing excellent supervision and a good training package.

The Project -  Last year, Norfolk County Council set out to transform the provision of mental health services across Norfolk.  Together for Mental Wellbeing was successful in gaining the contract to provide a combined supported living, outreach and floating support service and will be delivering this in partnership with Norwich and Central Norfolk Mind, St Martins Trust, West Norfolk Mind and Great Yarmouth & Waveney Mind.

The Job  - We require experienced individuals to join a new exciting and innovative
team to provide psychologically-informed, recovery focused support to people with mental health and complex needs.

You will need to develop and use skills and knowledge to support people accessing the service to manage their mental health, improve physical health, build support networks and engage with specialist services.   

The role will require working flexibly and remotely as part of a geographically-spread team, including daily local travel within the service locality and, where appropriate, working within wider localities across Norfolk to support the demand and capacity requirements of the Norfolk-wide Integrated Housing and Community Support Service.

Undertake daytime and evening duties as directed, including some weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins

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