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Location: Merseyside

Salary: £18,000 pro rata

Hours: Requirement to work shifts as part of a rota. A mix of full time, part time, day and waking night shifts available

Job Reference: 19/11

Closing Date: 22/03/2019

Job Type: Work Role

Position: Engager Worker

Job Reference: 19/11         Based in: Liverpool

Hours: Requirement to work shifts as part of a rota. A mix of full time, part time, day and waking night shifts available

Day shift 8am- 8pm Night shift: 8pm- 8am

Salary:  £18,000 pro rata

                                                                                                                                                                         

NHS England & NOMS have jointly commissioned a Housing & Accommodation Support Service for male offenders with a personality disorder diagnosis who are on the offender pathway.

The new service will be delivered via a joint service model including health, criminal justice and specialist third sector housing & accommodation partners.

Specialist support will be provided in relation to housing and accommodation needs in order to enable people being supported within the service to progress into independent living; engage in safe social engagement and integration into the community.

 

We require an Engager Worker who has substantial experience of working with people with offending profiles with complex and multiple needs including personality disorder diagnosis in recovery focused services.

 

If you have the following assets we would like to hear from you:

  • Experience of developing empowering and therapeutic relationships with individuals with a range of support and emotional needs;
  • Strong skills in supporting individuals with social inclusion and removing significant barriers to fulfilling and meaningful community living;
  • Knowledge and experience of supporting individuals with regard to securing accommodation and developing skills in relation to tenancy sustainment;
  • A commitment to reducing repeat offending and improving psychological health & wellbeing.

 

In return, we will offer you comprehensive training / career development opportunities and excellent terms and conditions.

 

Closing date Monday Friday 22nd March at 5PM

 

Return applications to ldanson@imaginementalhealth.org.uk no later than the closing date Please note we do not accept CV’s application forms only.