Service Manager - Mental Health & Wellbeing (perm) - 81302
Service Manager – Mental Health & Wellbeing
Salary: Grade O £51,262 - £54,366 (Inverclyde Council)
Band 8B £47,092-£58,217 (NHS)
Location: Crown House, Greenock
Hours: 37 hours per week (Inverclyde Council) 37.5 hours per week (NHS)
Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership are seeking to recruit to the Service Manager post, Mental Health and Wellbeing on a permanent basis. This post has responsibility for the delivery of adult community mental health services within Inverclyde, provided by the primary care, community and older people’s mental health teams and our partner providers; and the Mental Health Officer service. The post works closely with inpatient services, and within the wider mental health, addictions and homelessness group of HSCP services. The post also contributes to the management of adult protection work across the HSCP. The post provides an opportunity to lead the further development of strategies and approaches supporting recovery, inclusion and equality,challenging discrimination of people experiencing mental ill health; and to work within innovative partnerships with a wide range of third sector and community organisations in Inverclyde.
For further information or an informal discussion please contact Deborah Gillespie, Head of Service on 01475 715824
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