CPN - Band 6 - CMHT - Wandsworth & West Battersea - £25 - £29 per hour
We require Band 6 Nurses needed for South West London and St Georges NHS trust based in Wandsworth.
The team works with a defined group of general practitioners and serves a diverse population in Wandsworth. The team provides support to people with severe and enduring or acute mental health problems to address their mental health and social care needs.
Benefits as a CMHT Band 6 CPN:
Monday to Friday- can be some flexibility
Good team and management
Covid regulations in place and took very seriously Job Summary as a CMHT Band 6 CPN:
To work within the Trust's CPA/Care Management framework and the standards set out in the Adult Directorates Operational Policy for Community Mental Health Teams.
The post holder as part of an integrated, multi-professional team will undertake the care coordinator role for a defined caseload of clients with severe and enduring mental health problems.
The post holder will be expected to promote, by example and leadership, a high standard of patient care.
The post holder will communicate and collaborate effectively with all agencies and agents involved in supporting adults with severe mental health problems. Responsibilities as a CPN:
To be responsible for the flexible management of a defined caseload designed to meet the individual needs of the client and the carer's.
To maintain high standard of individualised client care, recognising factors and events that are likely to affect the mental, emotional and physical well-being of clients/carers and provide advice and support when required.
To act as a care coordinator in assessing clients' needs and strengths through a collaborative approach, ensuring that all clients have care plans and that these are implemented and regularly reviewed/updated.
To develop and maintain a high standard of practice, based on assessment, through the use of a range of psychosocial approaches, within a health and psycho-social framework.
To communicate/liaise effectively within relevant agencies to ensure that an integrated programmed of care is provided throughout.
To implement and/or participate in crisis intervention measures with the client/family or in conjunction with other agencies.
To supervise and monitor the therapeutic effects and side-effects of prescribed medication providing the client with clear advice and information in accordance with the Trust Policy and the NMC Standards for administration of drugs.
To organise and participate in the admission, discharge and transfer of clients in accordance with the Trust Policies.
To provide clients and carer's with verbal and written up to date information on the services offered by the Trust, how to express their views, complaints procedure and what they can expect from the CMHT.
To attend weekly clinical meetings to provide the team with relevant information in relation to caseload, referrals and to feedback on new assessment.
To develop and maintain effective working relationships with in-patient facilities regarding admission and discharge of clients.
To facilitate carers' assessments, provide the appropriate care plan to meet identified needs and to monitor efficacy.Essential requirements:
Eligible to work in the UK
Qualified as a CPN/RMN
Full UK licence holder
Registered with the NMCWhy Liquid Personnel?
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Your own dedicated consultant with extensive sector knowledge
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Liquid Personnel is an equal opportunities employer. Liquid Personnel Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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An opportunity has arisen for the post of Child Support Worker to join a small team based in Burton on Trent.
We are looking for someone to deliver care and support both within the childs home and in the community.
You will be supported by the team with ongoing training, supervision & support as well as a competitive hourly rate and flexibility.
We are looking for someone to work around 10 hours per week (although some flexibility will be required for this).
Duties and responsibilities
You will be working with the child to provide quality support and enhance the life quality of the child and his family, whilst helping to optimise the child's independance and skills.You will be tasked with delivering personal care such as (but not limited to), pad changing and bathing support as well as supervision.
You will be working various shifts and these can include evenings, weekends and school holidays.
Skills and experience
We are looking for someone with previous experience of working with children wilth complex needs and challenging behaviour.
You will be enthusiastic, motivated and will take the initiative, whilst being able to work alone, with the child's family.
The successful candidate will need to have a good sense of humour and friendly personality.
It is desired that you have a Full Driving License and access to your own vehicle.
We are looking for someone who can make a real difference to this family.
Stretton, Burton on Trent
Training and support will be provided as well as competitive salary (Outlined below)
Rates of Pay
£10.20 Per hour (WEEKDAYS)
£11.20 Per hour (WEEKENDS)
£30.00 Per hour (OVERNIGHT ALLOWANCE)
You will also be reimbursed any expenses accured due to the role.
We are looking for someone to start as soon as possible.
As this role is working with a vulnerable child, an enhanced DBS Check will be required.
How to apply
Please send a CV and Cover Letter indicating your previous experience and why you are suitable for this role
Team Manager to join the MASH Team
1,To provide clear management of and direction for the team/unit.
2. To be responsible for the development and implementation of team/unit business plans and to be accountable for the delivery of services accordingly.
3. To ensure the work of the team is consistent with National Social Work and Social Care objectives, including National Priorities Guidance and National or Regional Standards.
4. To effectively manage all team/unit budgets, as delegated by the Divisional Manager, to ensure that identified objectives are met.
5. To be responsible for the management of human resource activity within the team/unit.
6.Ensure that the Directorate is represented to the community in a way that encourages a better understanding of the Directorate’s work
(Promoting Independence Project Team – PIPT)
Until the end of March 2021
Car User Essential
Enhanced DBS Required due to the working environment.
Driving Licence HCPC (Social Care)
Head of Service - Integrated Prevention & Early Help
Your new company
An authority is seeking a children's services interim service lead for a 4-5 month period initially to cover sickensss.
Your new role
The Head for Service for Integrated Early Help Services will report to the Service Lead, Education & Early Help within the council and the Operational Director for Children's Services in a local NHS trust, providing a direct translation of the vision of an integrated prevention and early help offer into safe, effective and efficient service delivery. Using their leadership skills they will be a visible, accessible and professionally authoritative presence, providing leadership through the provision and commissioning of services.
The role will be responsible for the implementation and management of an integrated Prevention and Early Help Offer for the city, bringing together:
Health Visiting, Family Nurse Partnership programme, Healthy Ambition (School Nursing) Service, Early Childhood Workers, Council Early Help Services including Children's Centres, Administration of the Troubled Families claims in a mainstreamed model of programme delivery.
What you'll need to succeed
You will need a background in social work and previous experience as a service manager within a social care setting inside children's services.
What you'll get in return
You will earn a competitive rate and a real opportunity to gain experience for a 4-5 month period initially.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
Recruiting for a Data Quality Officer in our Head Office in Westminster!
GBP £30,000 per annum, 35 hours per week, plus 25 days Annual Leave, Pension schemes, Flexible working, Staff discounts, healthcare and more. This role is a 12 month Fixed Term Contract!
The Data Quality Officer will work as part of the Business Intelligence Team to ensure that Look Ahead has good quality data which provides useful information for decision makers, helps the organisation to improve and meets information governance requirements. They will also help to ensure that Look Ahead has good systems in place to accurately capture and check key management information, particularly our property information.
The Data Quality Officer will work with the staff in Asset Management and Landlord Compliance to implement our new landlord compliance IT system and to support them to embed new business processes. This will involve migrating existing data, developing new reporting and putting in place processes for checking data quality. They will also lead on property data within our housing system and work to bother improve the range of data available to staff and to ensure this is consistent across our systems.
The Data Quality Officer will administer our programme of data quality audits to ensure that the data that sits behind our KPIs is accurate. They will carry out data quality audits, report findings to data leads and monitor compliance with recommendations.
The post holder will have good IT skills, especially in Excel, and be comfortable working with different systems. They will enjoy working with data, have good attention to detail, work systematically and have good interpersonal skills to work with a wide range of people across the organisation.
- Support Asset Management and Compliance Team with data capture and reporting
- Lead on data elements for implementation of compliance IT system
- Lead on property data on housing system and ensure this is accurate, up to date and consistent on other systems
- Administer the data quality audit programme and monitor compliance with findings
- Carry out data quality audits
- Work with teams across the business to capture information accurately in our main IT systems and to help embed use of these systems
- Identify reporting requirements to improve data quality
- Work in accordance with Look Ahead's Code of Conduct and equal opportunities policy
This is not an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that may be required from time to time and is subject to change in accordance with the needs of Look Ahead.
- Excellent IT skills
- Good communication skills
- Self-starting and can manage their own workload
- Close attention to detail and high level of accuracy in their literacy and numeracy
Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
- Performance management and reporting
- Ensuring data meets quality standards
- An ability to analyse and interpret data and to present the key messages from it
- Advanced skills in Microsoft Office applications, most importantly Microsoft Excel
- An ability to manage competing demands, prioritise and meet deadlines
- Meeting information requirements in a contractual and statutory environment
- GDPR and data protection requirements
- An ability to analyse customer requirements and develop solutions that meet these needs
- Knowledge of SQL
- Knowledge of Microsoft Reporting Services
Please can you provide a 1 sided cover letter to explain why you are interested in this role and what you can bring to this role that is not evident from your CV.
We reserve the right to close this advert early if we are able to appoint to the vacancy before the advertised closed date.
We are committed to diversity and inclusion at work and are accredited with the Inclusive Employers Standard 2020. We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds
Gilbert Meher are working behalf of a leading, national care provider who are looking to recruit a Care Home Manager for a medium sized home near London to cover maternity leave.
The ideal candidate will play a key role in the running of the service. Working closely with the regional Manager, deputy Manager and care team, you will ensure the home is run efficiently and that the care provided is of the highest quality.
The Care Home Manager will be responsible for the day to day management, efficient administration and professional care for the residents. Liaison with Social Care Regulators, Local Authority and Placing Authorities. Ensuring compliance with all regulations to ensure satisfactory standards are maintained in the Care Home. Ensure Policy Procedures are understood and implemented to ensure the highest standards of care.
To be considered for this role of Care Home Manager you will need the following:
Relevant management qualification - level 5, LMC or RMA
Have an absolute minimum of two years experience of managing a residential Care Home with a proven track record and at least GOOD outcomes with CQC compliance.
Strong, clear leadership skills and staff management experience.
Conducting pre-admission assessments.
Facilitating and co-ordinating staff training and development, conducting appraisals and supervisions.
Dealing with recruitment, employee relations and other people related issues.
A strong understanding of budget management.
In return for your hard work, we offer the following benefits:
Excellent salary up to £80'000
33 days annual leave allowance
Training and development opportunities
Private healthcare insurance
If this role is of interest, please contact Fae Mell at Gilbert Meher directly on (phone number removed) or apply below
iPeople are currently recruiting for an Experienced Occupational Therapist within an Adults Response Team
You will be working with vulnerable adults as well as their families, with the main aim of making a real difference to their lives.
iPeople are looking for Occupational Therapists who is up to dealing with multiple cases and have experience with the following: -
Undertaking patient assessments of physical, communication, interaction and cognitive skills
Planning and providing appropriate treatment and activities
Giving advice and arranging support for family members, carers and clients
Liaising with doctors, family members, carers and other professional
Adapting people’s environments where needed
When you choose iPeople as your recruitment agency, you can expect:
Your choices to be respected.
You to be kept up to date with all current roles in multiple locations.
Exclusive work opportunities not available to other agencies.
And Person-centred candidate care.
we are here to help you and will always make sure we are available to take you call for anything you need, going above and beyond to ensure you feel supported in your job search.
If you would like to hear more then please get in touch with Lauren on (phone number removed)
Social Worker - Intensive Family Support Team
up to £32 per hour umbrella company
A Qualified Social Worker is required on ideally a full time basis to join the Intensive Family Support team on an initial 3 month contract. This role will ideally be office based with social distancing measures in place.
In this role you will be required to assess complex cases that are usually in the court arena due to parental substance misuse and/or domestic abuse and look at motivation and capacity to change. You will be required to complete pre birth initial assessments, which if following assessment you identify that they need an intervention it is intensive and could include meeting with the parent three to four times per week. You will be using a solution focused brief therapy, motivational interviewing, restorative approaches and systems theory to inform their practice. Ideally you would have experience of working in one of the Intensive Family Support teams in Wales.
To apply for this role you will need to hold a social work qualification, and be registered with Social Care Wales and have experience of working within childrens services. Contact Sarah Leigh on (phone number removed) for more information
Occupational Therapist - Lancashire
Integra People have been asked to support the Lancashire area with recruiting a number of Occupational Therapists in the Lancashire area. The locations for these vacancies are Preston, Ormskirk, Burnley, Blackpool and Lancaster.
- HCPC Registered.
- Enhanced DBS Certificate.
- Eligible to work in the UK.
- Supportive team to work alongside.
- Competitive rates of pay.
- Grades 8 and 9 available.
- Numerous workplaces to choose from.
Please apply now or call Integra People for more information