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Children & Young People’s Project Worker

Hours: 22.5 per week
Salary: Band 4 £18,652 – £21,054 per annum, pro-rata
Based in Maldon

Our sucessful Early Intervention Project has now been extended into Mid Essex and we are initially engaging with Primary and Secondary Schools in the Maldon area. This is a Pilot Service and is initially a fixed term post until 31 March 2019, with scope to continue if successful.

We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic, creative and pro-active Project Worker who has experience of working with children and young people aged between 5 – 18 years. Our work involves assessing individual young people at the point of referral and offering a tailored and timely intervention to help with their mild to moderate mental health and emotional well-being issues. We work closely with families and schools to ensure that shared strategies lead to sustainable positive outcomes.

Working on a one to one or group basis, you will be an excellent communicator and possess the ability to see things from the young person’s perspective. Your non-judgemental approach will help t engender trust as you support the young person and their family to build resilience and cope better in the future.
September 2019 start.

For an informal chat about the role, please contact Audrey Haggis on 01206 764600.

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Application form

Closing Date: 17th August 2018
Interview date: 29th August 2018

Please send your completed application form to Bev Coltart at B.Coltart@mnessexmind.org

Support, Time and Recovery (STaR) worker x 4 FTE

Hours: Various
Salary: Band 4 £18,652–£21054 per annum, pro rata
Based in Colchester/Maldon/Clacton

We have an exciting opportunity to work within our STaR team in partnership with clinicians from Health In Mind to provide practical advice and support for clients with mild to moderate mental health issues.
The service promotes person-centred recovery, independence and choice. Knowledge about the local community, partner agencies and local services is essential to fulfill this role. Good interpersonal skills are vital to help engage clients and knowledge of benefits, housing, employment law and disability legislation is preferable. Experience of supporting clients at appointments, tribunals and with written applications for benefits and work are also skills we will be looking for.
There is an additional opportunity to help develop our Digital IAPT Service, offering cCBT modules to those who choose to access help online.
Regular monitoring, evaluation and data collation are also part of the role alongside reviews of progress.
Flexible working is ideal for this role as there may be times when work is carried out in the evening and on a Saturday morning.

For an informal chat about the role, please contact Audrey Haggis on 01206 764600.

Full job description

Application form

Closing date: 24th August 2018
Interview date: 4th September 2018

Please send your completed application form to Bev Coltart at B.Coltart@mnessexmind.org

Service Coordinator (Adult Services)

Further details of this role will be available shortly.