Folkestone, Kent, England
- Full time
- Job level
- Qualified (non-manager)
- 9 Jan 2020
- 8 Feb 2020
The Early intervention in psychosis service is a specialist Kent wide team which is split into localities. The service has recently developed and accepts referrals for individuals aged 14-65 years of age. There are plans for further development to work with individuals identified with an at risk mental state (ARMS). This is an exciting time to join this dynamic service with changes ahead under the DOH's Access and waiting times, ensuring the team continues to provide high quality support to all that use the service.
Our service aims to work alongside individuals and their families by adopting strength and recovery based approach which maximises self-determination, and empowerment. There is a high level of individual and family work, as well as various group work activities including linking in with many partner organisations and professionals with an increasing emphasis on co production.
We are looking for a social worker who will be working alongside a friendly and supportive team comprising of nurses, occupational therapists, psychologists and support workers .
Regular supervision, training and opportunities to undertake direct work with individuals and families is crucial in promoting positive outcomes for our clients. You will have the opportunity to access training by KCC and receive support by social work seniors and peers to maintain your professional values within a multi-disciplinary service.
You will be educated to degree level in Social Work and be registered as a Social Worker with the HCPC.
You must also possess:
• Good interpersonal skills
• An ability to prioritise and to work effectively on your own initiative as well as within a team
• An ability to work within a framework of social work ethics and values
• An ability to apply an evidence base and reflect on practice
• Good report-writing skills and the ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing
• Knowledge and understanding of key Social Care and Mental Health legislation and policy, mental disorders, including first episode psychosis, treatments and approaches to social work intervention
• Familiarity with recent research.
KMPT Staff Benefits:
NHS pension scheme
Your employer pays 14.3% towards your pension and life assurance benefits.
Please see Apply. Apply/Pensions.aspx for more details.
Annual leave for Agenda for Change
On appointment to NHS27 days for full time or pro rata if part time
After 5 years NHS service29 days full time or pro rata if part time
After 10 years NHS service33 days full time or pro rata if part time
Plus bank holidays that's up to 41 days - more than 8 weeks paid time off!
Medical staff have national Terms and Conditions.
Buying and selling of annual leave is also available as part of our flexible approach to staff benefits.
Recommend a friend campaign
If you already work for us you could refer a friend from outside of the Trust to any of the roles below and you can receive £1000 if they are successfully recruited; Nursing staff - RMN RGN RNLD - Band 5 and 6, Medical Doctors, Clinical Psychologist and Allied Health Professionals,
Covers job share, term time working, flexible shifts etc. Just ask and we will try to help.
Statutory and occupational maternity, paternity or adoption leave
Dependant on length of NHS service
Other paid/unpaid leave
This can be for Jury Service, Reserved Armed Forces, etc. This is paid outside of annual leave.
Non paid leave for career breaks
KMPT offer a face to face counselling service for any issues not just work related problems.
NHS discounts and shopping vouchers
Staff can sign up to Red Guava, PS discounts and Health Service Discounts to receive a varietyof discounts in travel, fashion, technology, mobile phone contracts, food and drink, days out etc.
Learning and Development opportunities
In addition to the mandatory subjects there are a number of leadership, management and staff topic areas, including coaching and mentoring.
KMPT is committed to supporting all new staff and this includes a comprehensive Induction programme. The duration of the programme is dependent on role and can be from 2 days to 4 weeks (not always consecutive days).
The Induction programme will provide an excellent opportunity for new staff to meet and engage with KMPT's subject specialists and will include the essential training required.
The programme may involve some travel to the various training venues across Kent and Medway, the main ones being Canterbury, Maidstone and Dartford.
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