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Mental Health Support Worker

Basic job
Recruiter
Balfor Recruitment Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
Newham
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

To work as part of a team providing high quality care and support to Service Users to remain independent in a supported living setting.

MAIN RESPONSIBLITIES: To assist Service Users with activities of daily living as per assessment and care plan completed by the Registered manager.

Duties:

• General housekeeping e.g. cooking, shopping, domestic duties etc, and helping Service Users to maintain all aspects of their domestic lives

• Providing help with all aspects of personal care

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Monitoring progress and recording notes on daily record sheets relating to each visit

• Liaise with families or/and office team members to provide a consistent approach that meets the individual needs of each service user

• To empathise and actively listen in a sensitive manner accessing appropriate additional support where necessary

• To support Service Users to access appropriate health care provision enabling them to make an informed choice regarding any prescribed treatment, seeking advice where necessary

• To create opportunities for Service Users to develop establish and maintain personal relationships and social networks, which encourage greater participation and integration in their chosen communities

• To carry out duties as the Specialist Manager reasonably stipulates

Candidate would be expected to:

• Preserve independence & dignity of Services User's.

• Supporting individuals to maximize potential with all aspects of person care support)

• Report any changes/issues concerning the Service User or the care being provided to the office team

• Reading and abiding by the care management plans

• Supporting and understanding each individual Service User's needs

• To report back any areas of risk, not previously identified, to manager

• Maintain confidentiality and committing not to divulge information to third parties unless consent to share information has been given in writing and agreed with the Registered Manager.

• Read and abide by the care plan implemented in the care management plans.

• To work in accordance with your job description/contract of employment and any policies and guidelines.

• To contribute to the overall development of the service and promote a positive image of the service users.

Essential Skills:

• Minimum 6 months of experience in working with adults who have Mental Health.

• An understanding of the needs of adults with Mental Health who are vulnerable within society

• Experience working with adults with Mental Health Autism, learning disabilities and challenging behavior.

• Experience of providing care to people living in the community

• Demonstrate ability to relate professionally and respectfully to people with learning disabilities

• Physically fit and able to undertake safe manual handling practices

• Good verbal and written communication skills

• Good telephone manner and good level of spoken English

• Observant and sensitive to a Client's needs

• Ability to liaise with outside agencies and other professionals

• Ability to work autonomously and productively as part of a team

• Knowledge of food hygiene/manual handling/health & safety standards and practices.

• NVQ 2 in Health and social care Diploma

Desirable Skills:

• Current and clean driving license

Contact
Shamima Khatun
Posted
Reference
MHSW/Newham

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Mental Health Support Worker

Basic job
Recruiter
Balfor Recruitment Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
Hackney
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

To work as part of a team providing high quality care and support to Service Users to remain independent in a supported living setting.

MAIN RESPONSIBLITIES: To assist Service Users with activities of daily living as per assessment and care plan completed by the Registered manager.

Duties:

• General housekeeping e.g. cooking, shopping, domestic duties etc, and helping Service Users to maintain all aspects of their domestic lives

• Providing help with all aspects of personal care

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Monitoring progress and recording notes on daily record sheets relating to each visit

• Liaise with families or/and office team members to provide a consistent approach that meets the individual needs of each service user

• To empathise and actively listen in a sensitive manner accessing appropriate additional support where necessary

• To support Service Users to access appropriate health care provision enabling them to make an informed choice regarding any prescribed treatment, seeking advice where necessary

• To create opportunities for Service Users to develop establish and maintain personal relationships and social networks, which encourage greater participation and integration in their chosen communities

• To carry out duties as the Specialist Manager reasonably stipulates

Candidate would be expected to:

• Preserve independence & dignity of Services User's.

• Supporting individuals to maximize potential with all aspects of person care support)

• Report any changes/issues concerning the Service User or the care being provided to the office team

• Reading and abiding by the care management plans

• Supporting and understanding each individual Service User's needs

• To report back any areas of risk, not previously identified, to manager

• Maintain confidentiality and committing not to divulge information to third parties unless consent to share information has been given in writing and agreed with the Registered Manager.

• Read and abide by the care plan implemented in the care management plans.

• To work in accordance with your job description/contract of employment and any policies and guidelines.

• To contribute to the overall development of the service and promote a positive image of the service users.

Essential Skills:

• Minimum 6 months of experience in working with adults who have Mental Health.

• An understanding of the needs of adults with Mental Health who are vulnerable within society

• Experience working with adults with Mental Health Autism, learning disabilities and challenging behavior.

• Experience of providing care to people living in the community

• Demonstrate ability to relate professionally and respectfully to people with learning disabilities

• Physically fit and able to undertake safe manual handling practices

• Good verbal and written communication skills

• Good telephone manner and good level of spoken English

• Observant and sensitive to a Client's needs

• Ability to liaise with outside agencies and other professionals

• Ability to work autonomously and productively as part of a team

• Knowledge of food hygiene/manual handling/health & safety standards and practices.

• NVQ 2 in Health and social care Diploma

Desirable Skills:

• Current and clean driving license

Contact
Shamima Khatun
Posted
Reference
MHSW/Hackney

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Mental Health Support Worker

Basic job
Recruiter
Balfor Recruitment Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
Enfield
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

To work as part of a team providing high quality care and support to Service Users to remain independent in a supported living setting.

MAIN RESPONSIBLITIES: To assist Service Users with activities of daily living as per assessment and care plan completed by the Registered manager.

Duties:

• General housekeeping e.g. cooking, shopping, domestic duties etc, and helping Service Users to maintain all aspects of their domestic lives

• Providing help with all aspects of personal care

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Monitoring progress and recording notes on daily record sheets relating to each visit

• Liaise with families or/and office team members to provide a consistent approach that meets the individual needs of each service user

• To empathise and actively listen in a sensitive manner accessing appropriate additional support where necessary

• To support Service Users to access appropriate health care provision enabling them to make an informed choice regarding any prescribed treatment, seeking advice where necessary

• To create opportunities for Service Users to develop establish and maintain personal relationships and social networks, which encourage greater participation and integration in their chosen communities

• To carry out duties as the Specialist Manager reasonably stipulates

Candidate would be expected to:

• Preserve independence & dignity of Services User's.

• Supporting individuals to maximize potential with all aspects of person care support)

• Report any changes/issues concerning the Service User or the care being provided to the office team

• Reading and abiding by the care management plans

• Supporting and understanding each individual Service User's needs

• To report back any areas of risk, not previously identified, to manager

• Maintain confidentiality and committing not to divulge information to third parties unless consent to share information has been given in writing and agreed with the Registered Manager.

• Read and abide by the care plan implemented in the care management plans.

• To work in accordance with your job description/contract of employment and any policies and guidelines.

• To contribute to the overall development of the service and promote a positive image of the service users.

Essential Skills:

• Minimum 6 months of experience in working with adults who have Mental Health.

• An understanding of the needs of adults with Mental Health who are vulnerable within society

• Experience working with adults with Mental Health Autism, learning disabilities and challenging behavior.

• Experience of providing care to people living in the community

• Demonstrate ability to relate professionally and respectfully to people with learning disabilities

• Physically fit and able to undertake safe manual handling practices

• Good verbal and written communication skills

• Good telephone manner and good level of spoken English

• Observant and sensitive to a Client's needs

• Ability to liaise with outside agencies and other professionals

• Ability to work autonomously and productively as part of a team

• Knowledge of food hygiene/manual handling/health & safety standards and practices.

• NVQ 2 in Health and social care Diploma

Desirable Skills:

• Current and clean driving license

Contact
Shamima Khatun
Posted
Reference
MHSW/Enfield

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Mental Health Support Worker

Basic job
Recruiter
Balfor Recruitment Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
Tottenham Green
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

To work as part of a team providing high quality care and support to Service Users to remain independent in a supported living setting.

MAIN RESPONSIBLITIES: To assist Service Users with activities of daily living as per assessment and care plan completed by the Registered manager.

Duties:

• General housekeeping e.g. cooking, shopping, domestic duties etc, and helping Service Users to maintain all aspects of their domestic lives

• Providing help with all aspects of personal care

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Facilitating socialization and social activities e.g. visiting family/friends, walks, cinema/theatre, meals out, going for a drive (where required), reading etc

• Monitoring progress and recording notes on daily record sheets relating to each visit

• Liaise with families or/and office team members to provide a consistent approach that meets the individual needs of each service user

• To empathise and actively listen in a sensitive manner accessing appropriate additional support where necessary

• To support Service Users to access appropriate health care provision enabling them to make an informed choice regarding any prescribed treatment, seeking advice where necessary

• To create opportunities for Service Users to develop establish and maintain personal relationships and social networks, which encourage greater participation and integration in their chosen communities

• To carry out duties as the Specialist Manager reasonably stipulates

Candidate would be expected to:

• Preserve independence & dignity of Services User's.

• Supporting individuals to maximize potential with all aspects of person care support)

• Report any changes/issues concerning the Service User or the care being provided to the office team

• Reading and abiding by the care management plans

• Supporting and understanding each individual Service User's needs

• To report back any areas of risk, not previously identified, to manager

• Maintain confidentiality and committing not to divulge information to third parties unless consent to share information has been given in writing and agreed with the Registered Manager.

• Read and abide by the care plan implemented in the care management plans.

• To work in accordance with your job description/contract of employment and any policies and guidelines.

• To contribute to the overall development of the service and promote a positive image of the service users.

Essential Skills:

• Minimum 6 months of experience in working with adults who have Mental Health.

• An understanding of the needs of adults with Mental Health who are vulnerable within society

• Experience working with adults with Mental Health Autism, learning disabilities and challenging behavior.

• Experience of providing care to people living in the community

• Demonstrate ability to relate professionally and respectfully to people with learning disabilities

• Physically fit and able to undertake safe manual handling practices

• Good verbal and written communication skills

• Good telephone manner and good level of spoken English

• Observant and sensitive to a Client's needs

• Ability to liaise with outside agencies and other professionals

• Ability to work autonomously and productively as part of a team

• Knowledge of food hygiene/manual handling/health & safety standards and practices.

• NVQ 2 in Health and social care Diploma

Desirable Skills:

• Current and clean driving license

Contact
Shamima Khatun
Posted
Reference
MHSW/Tottenham

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Care Assistant - Mental Health and Learning Disabilities

Basic job
Recruiter
Balfor Recruitment Limited
Salary
From £7.48 to £9.65 per hour
Location
Kensington and Chelsea
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

The Care Assistant - Mental Health and Learning Disabilities role will include performing duties and tasks to facilitate our customers to live at home in a safe and comfortable way. You may be providing support with full personal care, practical support, emotional support, assist with daily living skills, and escorting to activities in the community.

We are looking for experienced care assistants who have worked in a similar setting assisting individuals with learning disabilities and/or mental health needs. APPLICATIONS WITHOUT EXPERIENCE WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

The role can encompass working with people with challenging behaviour therefore relevant experience will be essential. Applicants must have a passion for care, be flexible and live in the surrounding area (Within 5 Miles). In return, successful candidates will receive training and development opportunities, support and supervision, good pay rates and the experience of working within a high performing team with a clear focus on putting the customers' needs first.

Person Specifications:

Essential
A minimum of 6 months experience with adults with Learning Disabilities and/or Mental Health needs and challenging behaviour.
Ability to work weekends / Bank Holiday duties on a rota basis.
Able to work flexibly, often at short notice.

Professional manner, with strong communication skills

Resilient nature, prepared to deal with difficult situations, while recognising limitations.

Stable personality, with a mature disposition.

Ability to communicate with tact and sensitivity, express ideas and to answer queries clearly and accurately.

Ability to write clear and concise reports for record-keeping purposes.

Desirable
NVQ level 2 in Health and Social Care
Training and/or knowledge of the Mental Health Act and its implications for the treatment of individuals.

Contact
Mark Laughran
Posted
Reference
BBCKENSING&CHELLIC1

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Occupational Therapist (Social Services)

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Recruiter
Recroot
Salary
From £25 to £25 per hour
Location
Redbridge
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Our client based with the London Borough of Redbridge is looking for HCPC registered OT with social care experience. To help people of all ages who have physical, mental health or social problems adapt to any aspect of their life with more independence, confidence and control. The Occupational Therapist will assess the patient’s ability to perform activities and design treatment programmes to increase their capability to tackle difficulties. Candidate Profile • Degree in Occupational Therapy • Must be registered with Health Professions Council (HPC) • Minimum of 4-5 years experience of working with older people and people with mental health or physical disabilities • The ability to build strong working partnerships; • Good interpersonal skills; • Decision making and organisational skills; • The ability to explain, and encourage and build confidence; • The ability to create a rapport with a range of people, especially people with disabilities. Health and Safety • Awareness of health & safety issues Personal Protective Equipment • Must be of smart appearance.

Contact
Sam Todd
Posted
Reference
RQ98406
Duration
ongoing

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Legal Advisor London

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Recruiter
Sybersolve Solutions Limited T/A Lesters
Salary
From £28,000 to £33,000 per year + Potential for overtime and performance related bonuses.
Location
Southwark, Southwark
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Sybersolve is a growing professional services company currently winning client projects within the legal sector

We have projects that require candidates who can demonstrate experience in implementing legislation and providing advice on specific legal issues, contracts and other documents relating to new public health law.

You will have substantial experience in preparing, analysing, advising and drafting statutory instruments and other documents related to implementing public health law. Good knowledge and experience of UK public health law, equality law and data protection law is necessary. You must also have intimate knowledge of the Parliamentary law making process and influencing and advising on EU law. Experience of using statutory instrument template software would be an advantage.

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Darren Hockham
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Care Coordinator / Recruitment Consultant

Basic job
Recruiter
Health and Social Care Jobs
Salary
From £23,460 to £23,460 per year
Location
Holborn and Covent Garden
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Care Coordinator / Recruitment Consultant

Covent Garden, Greater London

Up to £23460 DOE

Plus 5 weeks holiday, travel allowance, extra on-call payments, workplace pension.

Health and Social Care jobs are looking for a Coordinator / Recruitment Consultant for our client an establish Nursing and Domiciliary Care agency.

The role includes:

• Handling bookings from NHS, local authority and private clients
• Managing rotas and key care packages
• Nurturing long-term relationships with staff, clients and their families
• Encouraging new business
• Assisting with job applications, interviewing and staff compliance
• Quality assurance monitoring
• Taking ownership of queries and complaints

Our client looks after people with carrying needs including Palliative Care, Physical Disabilities and other Complex conditions

This is a highly responsible position. The post-holder will need to be dedicated and reliable, very organised and capable, persuasive and compassionate with good record-keeping skills; their work must be timely and accurate. Experience in health or social care useful but not essential.

You must be able to use computer systems confidently and work to policies and procedures intended to safeguard the health, safety and rights of our clients. A criminal record certificate will be obtained.

Health & Social Care Jobs act as a Recruitment Agency on behalf of our candidates and clients, we specialise in permanent recruitment nationally throughout the Health and Social care sectors. We are experts in Domiciliary care, Elderly, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health and Social Housing recruitment and have over 10 years’ experience in the Sector, please visit our website [contact details removed] and view our testimonials to find out how we differ from other Recruitment Agencies and can help you with your recruitment needs.

Contact
Paul Marsden
Posted
Reference
22/CC/LONDON

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Support Worker

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Recruiter
Richmond Fellowship
Salary
From £16,774 to £19,850 per year
Location
Ilford
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Part time

As Support Worker, you will support people with mental health problems in a supported housing setting. You’ll provide them with the emotional and practical assistance they need, enabling them to live independently in the community.

As Support Worker, your role will see you:

• Managing your own caseload of service users
• Addressing their practical and emotional needs - from helping them to find employment and training opportunities, to enabling them to grow in social confidence
• Enabling service users to live as independently as possible, helping them to develop domestic management and finance management skills, and supporting them to move back into the community where this is possible
• Carrying out in-depth assessments of service users’ needs and risks – and developing individually-tailored support plans accordingly

This is a great opportunity to join a team that’s professional, committed and passionate about making a difference to those most in need of our help. You’ll need:

• A track record in Mental Health or related field
• Experience of supporting, empowering and engaging service users in a range of developmental, rehabilitative and community activities
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to work well under pressure and manage your own workload
• Experience of using IT and the proven ability to maintain up-to-date records and systems
• Good partnership working skills
• Capacity to work flexible hours within an agreed framework

Managing more than 120 services nationwide, Richmond Fellowship provides an immensely diverse range of services to people with mental health needs.

We offer great benefits, including 25 days’ holiday per year, contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme and childcare vouchers.

Ref: 14/73

Closing Date: 22nd April 2014

Interview Date: 2nd May 2014

Mental Health doesn’t discriminate - neither do we.

Contact
HR
Posted
Reference
14/73
Duration
Fixed Term Contract until 26th November 2014

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Support Worker

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Recruiter
Richmond Fellowship
Salary
From £16,774 to £19,580 per year
Location
Colindale
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

As Support Worker, you will support people with mental health problems in a supported accommodation setting. You’ll provide them with the emotional and practical assistance they need, enabling them to live independently in the community.

As Support Worker, your role will see you:

• Managing your own caseload of service users
• Addressing their practical and emotional needs - from helping them to find employment and training opportunities, to enabling them to grow in social confidence
• Enabling service users to live as independently as possible, helping them to develop domestic management and finance management skills, and supporting them to move back into the community where this is possible
• Carrying out in-depth assessments of service users’ needs and risks – and developing individually-tailored support plans accordingly

This is a great opportunity to join a team that’s professional, committed and passionate about making a difference to those most in need of our help. You’ll need:

• A track record in Mental Health or related field
• Experience of supporting, empowering and engaging service users in a range of developmental, rehabilitative and community activities
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to work well under pressure and manage your own workload
• Experience of using IT and the proven ability to maintain up-to-date records and systems
• Good partnership working skills
• Capacity to work flexible hours within an agreed framework (24hr/7day week shift rota)

Managing more than 120 services nationwide, Richmond Fellowship provides an immensely diverse range of services to people with mental health needs.

We offer great benefits, including 25 days’ holiday per year, contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme and childcare vouchers.

Ref: 14/70

Closing Date: 14th April 2014

Interview Date: 22nd April 2014

Mental Health doesn’t discriminate - neither do we.

Contact
HR
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Reference
14/70

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