Passionate about supporting mental health recovery work?
Coastal West Sussex Mind has a vacancy for a full time Recovery and Well-being Worker to work in its Worthing Service with people aged 16 and over
Salary: £20,800 - £23,650
depending on skills and experience
Maternity cover – approx. 12 months
Coastal West Sussex Mind is a local mental health charity committed to promoting mental well-being in local communities and supporting the recovery and independence of individuals we provide support to. We are looking to recruit to our Worthing Service.
The role will split between our Pathfinder (adult), and our Be OK (young persons, 16-25) services.
Successful applicants will develop and provide recovery focused 1:1 and group support and learning opportunities within our Worthing team, as well as outreaching into young people’s settings in the Adur area.
As well as having experience of working with people with mental health problems post-holders will also need to demonstrate enthusiasm and passion for recovery focused mental health work and show that they can be a strong team player with real commitment to their work. They will need to be able to work with minimum supervision, have initiative and be able to contribute to the direction and development of the services within the organisation.
The post is based in Worthing but the successful applicant will also be required to travel across the Adur area.
Although this is being advertised as a full time post we are open to considering applications for part time hours (0.5 wte) to cover either the Pathfinder or Be OK roles.
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
The closing date for applications: mid-day Friday 8th March 2019
Interviews: Tuesday 19th & Wednesday 20th March 2019
Please clearly express your available hours on your application form.
Please email completed applications to:
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