Cheshire East company opens jobs for Trauma and Mental Health Advisor (E2303) positions in the North-West region. The type of work we provide is Full-time.
The criteria for the employees we need are having Health Care Provider skills with Mid-Senior level experience, as well as employees who are honest, disciplined and responsible.
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|Position:||Trauma and Mental Health Advisor (E2303)|
|Job Function:||Health Care Provider|
|Seniority Level:||Mid-Senior level|
|Industry:||Administrative and Support Services|
Trauma and Mental Health Advisor
The job role is to work within the Integrated Front Door to help social workers and practitioner support officers identify appropriate pathways for young people for mental health support when referrers identify this as an area of need for the family
OrganisationCheshire East CouncilLocationCreweJob CategoryChildren and Young People ServicesGradeCEC NJC – Grade 7Salary Min£27,344 per annumSalary Max£30,151 per annumHours per week37Weeks per year52.143Employment TypePermanentClosing Date09/09/2023Ref NoE2303 Documents
- JAJB4594 – Trauma MH Adv JDPS.pdf (PDF, 294.9kb)
Cheshire East is an amazing place to live and work. As one of the largest employers in the borough, we are able to offer you a wide range of challenging and rewarding career opportunities.
At Cheshire East Council we are working for a brighter future together and our commitment to you is that our workplace culture will provide a shared purpose, a well-led organisation with valued people succeeding together as one team and one council to deliver the best service for our customers and communities.
If you want to be part of our award-winning council and contribute to our ongoing success, have the flexibility and drive to enable us to innovate, are committed to working as part of a team and striving to deliver exceptional service wherever you can, we would especially like to hear from you.
As an equal opportunities employer, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds and want our workforce to reflect the diversity of our local communities so that we can all work for a brighter future – together.
Employee benefits (cheshireeast.gov.uk)
Are you highly motivated and experienced in providing services to children and families who are in need of mental health support ?
Would you like to help strengthen our response in identifying the right service for these children and young people at the earliest opportunity? If so this is an exciting opportunity to support and enhance our local partnerships with schools, health, early years settings and voluntary and faith sectors. We are looking for someone to champion and develop the Mental Health Continuum of Need and act as a conduit between the front door and mental health services to ensure that all mental health services are engaged in safeguarding and early help processes
The role incorporates providing both advice and support for Integrated Front Door staff whilst also actively supporting education establishments by developing effective communication and resources to reinforce trauma and mentally healthy whole school systems. The post holder while also being involved in the Mental Health workstream to help review, shape and develop the range of support available for mental health and wellbeing, identifying gaps and training needs. The approach will promote the right help, right time, right service approach and aim to increase the incidence of appropriate referrals and provide wrap around support whilst CYP are on a waiting list for acute support.
The successful applicant will need to demonstrate excellent engagement skills to establish a sustainable network with the families and professionals they work with.
If you are interested please email Karen Shepherd or contact on 07825 733976 for further information
Cheshire East Council is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults across the Borough. As such, any cautions, convictions, reprimands or final warnings that are not protected as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) order 1975 (as amended in 2013) relating to the non-disclosure of spent convictions do not apply to this job. You must therefore, disclose whether you have any previous convictions where prompted to do so within the application process.
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