We are looking for enthusiastic and dynamic professionally registered Mental Health Nurses, Occupational Therapists or Social Workers to join our friendly team which provides a service to people from the centre to the North of Bristol.
Our team provides an ageless service and is looking for candidates with experience of working with adults of working age AND/OR older adults who have functional mental illness. The service is not commissioned to work with service users with a diagnosis of dementia.
If successful you would be working in one of three friendly and supportive multidisciplinary clusters which are clinically led by a Consultant Psychiatrists. Experience of community mental health or similar would be an advantage in this role. However, training is available for suitable candidates.
You would be assessing need for secondary mental helath serives, planning/signposting and delivering clinical interventions to service users living in the community alongside our highly skilled multi-disciplinary team to make meaningful recovery a reality.
You will need to be organised and be mobile as you would be working from a number of locations across North Bristol.
Skills, Experience and Qualifications
Experience of working with individuals who are recovering from mental health challenges would be very helpful. However, we have found that applicants often have transferrable experience which can also be helpful to this role.
Please feel free to call for a chat to discuss the role.
Benefits and Opportunities
Our team is located in a vibrant base with a gym and a café in the heart of Southmead.
Plenty of support and supervision is available and there are opportunities to develop professional skills.
You will have the security of working for the NHS and will receive a competitive benefits package which includes excellent annual leave and staff discounts.
This is an excellent team which really cares about quality and which is dedicated to helping people to recover whilst supporting each other.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Kim Cooper, Team Manager
Steve Bray, Mark Dean or Ben Thomas Snr Practitioners on 0117 354 7327