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  • £29,998.50 per year
  • 37.5 hours per week
  • Permanent contract
  • Based in Royal Borough of Greenwich
  • Hybrid working considered in line with policy

 Please click here for Job Description & Person Specification

South East London Mind (SEL) are working in partnership with Bridge Support and Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust to deliver the Greenwich Mental Health Hub.  This will form part of the new transformation of mental health services in the Royal Borough of Greenwich under the NHS Long Term Plan. The service will bring together the expertise of local primary, secondary and voluntary sector mental health care providers with the aim of providing flexible, holistic and integrated services for adults with mental health problems.

The integrated team will provide support to people with long-term mental health problems within a primary care and community mental health setting, helping people develop their independence, self-management skills and achieve their recovery goals.

We are looking for people with experience of working within Mental Health Alcohol & Drugs (COMHAD services including to support prevention, recovery, and self-management.

Applicants should have experience of completing assessments, managing a diverse caseload, working in a busy work environment, and possess effective skills in communication. An ability to work independently but collaboratively, to be proactive and show initiative is essential for this role.

The role will involve working with clients who have Mental Health and Substance Misuse:

  • Management of a diverse caseload
  • Working with clients with substance misuse
  • Providing recovery-orientated individual and group-based support to adults with mental health problems
  • Collaborative working with all partners involved in the Greenwich Mental Health Hub
  • Manage and co-ordinate/facilitate group work sessions for adults with substance misuse
  • Undertaking holistic needs and risk assessments
  • Commitment to regular training and supervision
  • Effective contribution to the development and continuous improvement of the service

SEL Mind and Bridge Support recognise the importance of having a diverse and inclusive work force, and would therefore particularly welcome applications from the following, currently under-represented, groups:

  • People from culturally diverse communities
  • Disabled people
  • People with diverse sexual orientations and gender identities
  • Young people

Both organisations are committed to meeting the reasonable adjustments of disabled people, and welcome applications from people with lived experience of mental health problems.

This role will work as part of an integrated team with Bridge, SEL Mind and Oxleas NHS Trust.

The employing organisation for this role is Bridge Support

Successful applicants will be expected to undergo a Right to Work Check, Career Check and Enhanced Level Disclosure and Barring Service check.

Closing date: Sunday 5th May 2024 (11:59pm)         

Likely interview date: 20th and 21st May 2024

Please apply though  supplying your CV and a Supporting Statement referring back to the personal specification.

About Bridge Support

Bridge Support is the main service provider for mental health in the Royal Borough of Greenwich with a current workforce of over 200 staff. They work with several strategically selected partners to support people with long-term mental health problems by providing the framework needed to work towards independent living.

About SEL Mind

We are a local Mind with a diverse workforce of over 400 staff and volunteers, working to support people with mental health problems and dementia in the boroughs of Bromley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark. Read about the benefits of working for us.

Inclusion is a core value for both SEL Mind and Bridge Support. We welcome all applicants, including those with lived experience of mental health problems. We particularly encourage applications from:

  • People from culturally diverse communities
  • Disabled people
  • People with diverse sexual orientations and gender identities
  • Under 25s