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Bank Recovery Partner – Southsea (JM)
We work closely with clients to create person-centred care and support plans. Because of this, our approach is holistic. This develops people’s strengths and goals, helping them to become more independent and live the life they want.
£12.84 per hour (Mon - Fri) to £16.05 per hour (Sat & Sun)
The appointed Specialist Recovery Worker will:
Have experience of working in mental health services or lived experiences, working with individuals who have forensic/offending history and/or complex needs.
Have an understanding of recovery focused and asset based support, and how to apply positive risk management
Have an understanding of substance misuse issues and how to work with clients to safely manage their substance misuse
Possess or be willing to work towards a relevant Level 3 Health & Social Care qualification.
Visa Sponsorship is NOT available for this role
The essence of the Specialist Recovery Worker role is to provide support for people with complex needs and/or whom have a forensic history leaving acute mental health services. This will be delivered through a range of interventions such as telephone or face to face support and developing peer support. The service will support clients with forensic/offending history and/or their complex needs, ensuring that people are at the centre of what we do and take a holistic view of individual’s requirements.
As a Specialist Recovery Worker you will be working alongside clients, focusing on their strengths and building their resilience to manage their mental health and wellbeing. If you feel you have the skills to work as part of this dynamic team then we are keen to hear from you.
Joining our team as a Specialist Recovery Worker, you will be passionate about supporting people through their recovery journey, thinking innovatively and taking a Can Do approach to offer the best means of support. You will have experience of positive risk management, knowledge of the relevant CQC Regulations, and have experience of supporting people in their day-to-day life.
You will be flexible able to meet the needs of the service, including working day time, evening, weekend and Bank Holiday shifts on a rota basis. You will also feel confident to work on your own initiative as well as part of a team, as well as building positive relationships within the local community.
YOU has a strong value base, striving to be person-centred, innovative, trustworthy, can-do and excellent at all times, so it is important that you are as passionate about these principles as we are.
If you choose to begin a career with our organisation, you are guaranteed:
- Competitive rates of pay and paid travel time, including a higher mileage rate for car sharing
- Enhanced annual leave entitlements, with the opportunity to buy and sell holiday
- Matched pension scheme contributions, plus Death in Service Benefit and salary sacrifice options
- Enhanced sick pay allowances and paid compassionate and emergency dependent leave
- Excellent and professionally certified training, as well as access to fully-funded apprenticeship programmes
- Real opportunities to develop in your profession
- Free health and wellbeing advice via a 24/7, confidential Employee Assistance Programme
- Everything you need to carry out your role free of charge, which may include a mobile phone, safety equipment and other necessary technology, a uniform where applicable, and of course a nice cup of tea or coffee throughout your day
- Access to discounts across lots of your favourite stores and online shopping sites, as well as discounted bus travel on the First bus network
- A company that is committed to its employees, valuing their knowledge, creativity and flexibility
- The chance to work with amazing people