Job Purpose: In recent years, we have seen an increase in numbers of people residing in our supported
accommodation projects experiencing poor mental health. The purpose of the role is to improve the quality of care
we are able to deliver and to generate better outcomes for these residents. Using your excellent clinical knowledge,
in conjunction with the Mental Wellness Team Leader, you will liaise with residents, housing coaches & healthcare
professionals to establish an effective interdisciplinary care plan, based on the individuals needs and wishes. To be
the ‘go-to’ person for keeping the individual’s service provision on-track, monitoring and evaluating progress to
ensure that best outcomes are achieved.
• Aspirational – We believe everyone can be the best they can be and dream big dreams.
• Caring – We believe everyone should be cared for.
• Empowering – We believe we should support and encourage people to take ownership of their lives to enable them to achieve positive change.
• To be a primary point of contact for referrals where concerns have been identified over an individual’s mental health
• To manage a caseload of residents, listening to identify the needs and wishes of the individual, building trusting relationships and supporting them to develop a personalised care and support plan
• Work in partnership with the housing coaches to connect people to appropriate community and emergency support services
• Keep housing coaches informed of progress or decline in mental health and any changes to risk level
• Support residents to attend appointments – including at points of crisis, making applications that may improve mental wellbeing where appropriate
• Monitor and review progress, amending the support plan where necessary and keeping accurate records
• Work with skills coaches to help residents in your caseload to access therapeutic activities and actively contribute to the development of wellbeing activities
• To travel to projects across the county to meet with residents as required.
• Be flexible to the changing needs of the organisation and its service users.
• Abide by the organisations staff working policies and procedures.
• Promote the aims, purposes, mission and services delivered by the organisation.
• In addition to the duties set out in this job description the post holder may at times be required to undertake additional or other duties to meet the needs of the organisation.
Part Time – 22 Hours per week
Please add a covering letter answering the questions below. Applicants failing to answer the questions will not be considered for the role.