Qualified Education Mental Health Practitioner

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Hours: 37.5 hours

Salary: £27,055 per annum

Contract: Permanent

Location: Tendring, North East Essex

Are you a qualified or nearly qualified Education Mental Health Practitioner (EMHP), Children’s Wellbeing Practitioner, or Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner looking for their next job role? Would you like to be a part of a fantastic team who are passionate about delivering therapeutic support to young people, children, school staff and families within a school and college setting? If so, we want to hear from you.

Our Wellbeing and Resilience Mental health Service (WARMS) is a well-established, empowering and approachable service based in North East Essex offering non-judgmental and inclusive support in a timely and effective manner. We work ethically and collaboratively with young people, parents and schools inspiring them to work towards their goals, develop more positive mental health and celebrate their uniqueness.

We are committed to ongoing employee supervision, training and development and making sure our EMHP’s develop into the clinicians they envisaged when they started their course. Whether that is delivering interventions, running groups, delivering workshops or offering staff training, no two days are ever the same and we make sure the job is varied and interesting. We are also committed to career progression within the service – this role is only vacant due to promotion within our team.

A day in the life of an Educational Mental Health Practitioner (EMHP) – Mid and North Essex Mind (mnessexmind.org)

We are a real living wage employer and offer our staff a range of health, wellbeing, lifestyle and financial benefits to ensure that we fully support our employees. This includes:

  • 36 days holiday including 8 bank holidays (pro rata for part time); Flexible/agile working
  • Competitive pension; company sick pay based on length of service and a charity worker discount scheme.
  • Employee Assistance Programme; Annual wellbeing day; Weekly extended lunch breaks
  • Expert supervision and peer support
  • Recruitment referrals
  • Training and development
  • Onsite parking at most locations

Interview Date: week commencing 20th February 2023

EMHP Job Description and Person Specification

To apply for the role please download and complete an Employment Application Form and upload this via the form opposite or upload your current CV along with a covering letter/statement detailing how you meet the essential criteria of the person specification. Applications can also be emailed through to recruitment@mnessexmind.org