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Community RMN / OT

Lokáció: LEEDS, WEST YORKSHIRE Fizetés: Salary Negotiable
Szektor: Health Foglalkoztatás jellege: Kölcsönzés
Foglalkoztatás típusa: N/A Jelentkezések: N/A
Megosztva: 13 napja Referencia szám: 3339594
REED Nurse, Health, Doctor are currently looking to recruit a Community Mental Health Nurse/Occupational Therapist to work on a temporary assignment based in Leeds. This role will last a minimum of 12 weeks and the shift pattern would be Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm. The service is open until 6pm so there is potential flexibility around hours if required.

My client is an Early Intervention in Psychosis Service, providing holistic care coordination to people between the ages of 14 - 65 who are, or may be, experiencing their first episode of psychosis. They provide support to families, friends and social networks of the person in relation to their experience of psychosis too.

Main Tasks:


1. To be the responsible care co-ordinator for a caseload of individuals with first episode psychosis and their families, in accordance with the Care Programme Approach Policy and aspire case management procedures.
2. To work assertively and in partnership with members of the multi-disciplinary team e.g. medical staff, psychologist, family therapist, employment specialist.
3. To ensure effective communication with a 'Team Approach' model to support effective planning, implementation and evaluation of care.
4. To have a working knowledge of current principles, evidence based practice and service provision within Early Interventions in Psychosis.
5. To undertake initial assessments with young people to identify first episode psychosis. To assess for, plan, implement and evaluate care and support for young people, making use of validated assessment tools and outcome measures.
6. To assess levels of clinical risk, initiate and review risk management plans.
7. To work within the requirements of the Mental Health Act for service users where this is applicable.
8. To provide practical support and help to service users and carers in developing meaningful social support networks.
9. To work alongside families/carers in providing information and supporting them emotionally and practically.
10. To support service users with gaining work, education and training opportunities.
11. Work to promote community awareness of psychosis and reduce stigma within a range of arenas including primary care settings, educational establishments, youth services, voluntary and statutory services.
12. Promote service user and carer involvement in all aspects of the service.
13. To ensure that client records and other information systems are completed accurately and within agreed timescales.
14. To ensure that support undertaken is meaningful, respectful, promotes self-determination and is in line with the individual support plan.
15. To adhere to organisational policies and procedures relating to risk and personal safety.
16. To contribute to the achievement of annually set individual and team targets.
17. To participate in regular supervision.
18. To represent Community Links in a knowledgeable and professional manner at all times.
19. To maintain appropriate professional boundaries at all times.
20. To identify own training and development needs in conjunction with your line manager and participate in training opportunities as directed.
21. To partake in Community Links Personal Development Review system.
22. Any other duties commensurate with the grade and level of responsibility of this post.

Rates to be negotiated, this client falls outside scope of IR35. Depending on qualification HCPC or NMC registration would be required. A car driver is also essential for this role due to it being community based.

In order to apply for this role please email a copy of your CV to Beth.Armson@reedglobal.com or call me on 01133942940


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