You will be expected to support the residents in a person centred way, promoting the Trust values and vision. Good communication skills are essential, as well as recent experience of support planning and strengths-based risk assessment and management.
Previous experience of supporting people with mental health difficulties and leading team working is essential.
The successful candidate should demonstrate person centred working practices including assessment and support planning and monitoring of mental health needs.
Continuing personal and professional development is important as you will be required to work as part of a committed team and take part in a training and development schedule.
You will need to be flexible with the shifts you can work which include some waking nights.
In return, we will offer you some excellent benefits including:
- Company pension scheme
- Child care vouchers
- Cycle to work scheme
- Employer funded health benefit plan, worth up to £1,010 a year
- Free on-site parking