Recovery Worker wanted ASAP!

Recruiter
Undisclosed Company
Location
West Midlands, Coventry
Salary
Up to £17195 per annum
Posted
14 Oct 2019
Closes
11 Nov 2019
Ref
LL.MHM.REC
Contact
Manpower UK
Job Type
Permanent
Hours
Part-time

Recovery Worker

£17,195 per annum, pro rata

Locations include Coventry/Nuneaton/Leamington

30 hours per week (18:00pm to 00:00am)

Do you have the compassion to help others in need?

Do you want to build a rewarding career for yourself?

If the answer is YES then look no further, help make a difference to peoples' lives today!

Here at Manpower we have partnered with a brilliant company that specialise in the mental health care industry. They offer unique care services and have a friendly and compassionate team. They are currently going through a large recruitment drive and are opening new centres across the UK.

Responsibilities:

  • To step up on request to practice lead role in a Practice leads absence
  • To ensure that recovery goals identified using Support Planning and outcome tools are
  • To encourage service users to recognise, understand and manage factors that affect their mental wellbeing and physical health
  • To increase choice and involvement of service users through access to peer support and through volunteering opportunities
  • To empower individuals to identify and overcome obstacles to success in a achieving their self-determined goals engendering self-belief
  • To record and feedback to clients about their progress and achievements and to identify further goals which help them achieve their aspirations
  • To work as a team member, sharing information and supporting colleagues, peer workers/volunteers ensuring they have the knowledge, information, and resources to be successful in their roles and make a positive and valued contribution to the
  • Participate in the monitoring requirements of the service by providing statistical and qualitative information on activities, success stories and outcomes achieved
  • To maintain accurate records as required by policies and procedures, using appropriate paper and electronic
  • To maintain timely, accurate details of clients' service and support activities and outcomes achieved
  • To engage with community events, meetings and forums and local organisation and networks
  • To proactively contribute to continuously improving the service by making positive suggestions, providing constructive feedback and assisting in the implementation of agreed new ways of

Essential Requirements:

  • You MUST have an NVQ Level 3 in Health & Social Care OR Equivalent
  • A good understanding of Mental Health issues
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills



DON'T MISS OUT, for more information, apply today!

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