Job Reference – 629
- Hours: Full Time (37.5 p/week) “Happy to talk flexible working”
- Salary: Band J £37,481 – £41,782 per annum
- Closing date: 24.11.19
- Interview Dates: TBC
Are you a Health Care Professional with either a Nursing or Social Work degree, alongside extensive mental health experience? If so, Fair Ways have a very unique opportunity for you!
Fair Ways HUB team is a therapeutic unit, based in Fareham, Hampshire. The HUB opened in April 2018 and follows a ‘trauma informed care’ approach to offer evidence based assessments and interventions to Fair Way’s children and young people within their support networks. The team are incredibly creative, innovative and forward thinking who are passionate about delivering systemic approaches to ensure the most vulnerable group of children and young people have their needs appropriately met. This service is truly tailored to put our young people at the heart of all our practice and is unlike any other service being delivered nationwide.
Fair Ways is an expanding, dynamic charity that strongly believes in providing opportunities for people to meet their full potential. We believe our success comes from the investment we make in our staff. We’re an award winning organisation and have recently been awarded Fourth Best Not-for-Profit Organisation to Work For in the Sunday Times Awards.
Fair Ways is all about putting people first. Our staff and service users make it the special place it is.
The ideal candidate will be required to:
- As a Senior Mental Health Practitioner, you will be involved in, amongst other tasks;
- Working as part of the therapeutic Hub Team following a systemic , trauma informed care model;
- Providing specialist assessments and interventions across all front line services for children and young people who have likely experienced trauma;
- Facilitating training and supervision to frontline staff to help up-skill them when working with Looked After Children;
- Participating in team and service development and audit to ensure internal processes are embedded and used consistently;
- Participating in a duty rota (during working hours) offering specialist mental health consultation and advice to frontline staff sometimes in crisis situations.
Our ideal candidate will hold a professional Health or Social Care qualification to degree level and have up to date registration with the relevant professional body. In addition, you will have recognised training in additional psychological interventions such as CBT, DBT, DDP and NVR and have experience of Tier 2 or 3 community CAMHS. You will need to be able to demonstrate an ability to analyse behaviour in both children and staff and support in the reflection on causes and be able to support the subsequent planning to address this.
You will be able to communicate effectively both verbally and non-verbally and be able to build safe relationships effectively with service users, colleagues and external parties. Applicants must have a full driving licence and have access to use of a car. Successful candidates will be required to provide an enhanced Disclosure. The disclosure cost will be met by Fair Ways.
Fair Ways places importance on valuing staff and recognising the key role staff play in the organisation that’s why we:
- Offer intensive in house Induction training prior to starting in your role. Our training department also offers a wide range of accredited courses from Level 2 Awards to Level 5 Diplomas in Health and Social Care, Children and Young People, Counselling, Health Care, and Assessing.
- Offer access to legal, financial and personal advice.
- Have an active employee committee.
- After a year’s employment, staff can benefit from a health scheme including discounts for restaurants, optical/dental discount and childcare vouchers.
- Offer discounted gym memberships.
Working for Fair Ways will provide you with an opportunity to seek discount on products and local services as well as auto-enrolment into our Pension scheme.
Interested in the vacancy? We encourage a diverse workforce and welcome applications from all communities.