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Mind Hertfordshire Network, Hertfordshire (On-site)
£19500 - £20085 Per Annum
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Mind Hertfordshire Network
Hertfordshire (On-site)
£19500 - £20085 Per Annum
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

WELLBEING ACCESS WORKER

Responsible to: Fundraising & Engagement manager

Responsible for: Working closely in Partnership with Hertfordshire Mind Network and the Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust Wellbeing Service to improve access and reach of mental health provision across Hertfordshire. The post holder will play a key role marketing and promoting both organisation’s provision as well as ensuring relationships between both parents are maintained. The post holder will work to ensure that individuals who need to access mental health support are able to by providing accurate information and guidance.

Based: Watford. Potential to be based at one of our other Wellbeing Centres.

Working hours: 37.5 hours per week

Rate of pay: 19,500 – 20,085

Closing date: Monday 4th July 2022 by 5pm. We will close the advert prior to this date if we receive sufficient applications

Interview Date: Interviews to be held week commencing 11th July 2022 at Watford Wellbeing Centre

To apply, please submit your CV and a supporting statement as to why you are suitable for the role. Clearly state your address, e-mail address, telephone number and whether you have a driving license and whether you own a vehicle.

We have a vacancy for a Wellbeing Access Worker within our team.

The Wellbeing Access Worker will work closely in partnership with Hertfordshire Mind Network and the Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust Wellbeing Service to improve access and reach of mental health provision across Hertfordshire. The post holder will play a key role marketing and promoting both organisation’s provision as well as ensuring relationships between both partners are maintained. The post holder will work to ensure that individuals who need to access mental health support are able to by providing accurate information and guidance.

We welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, irrespective of gender, disability, marital or parental status, racial, ethnic or social origin, colour, religion, belief, or sexual orientation. In addition, during the various stages of recruitment, specific measures can be taken to ensure equal opportunities for candidates with disabilities or special needs.

To apply, please submit your CV and a supporting statement as to why you are suitable for the role. Clearly state your address, e-mail address, telephone number.

You must have a driving license and access to a vehicle.

Accountability

The post holder will be line managed by Fundraising & Engagement manager for Hertfordshire Mind Network and will also be accountable to the access lead for Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust Wellbeing Service, but will manage their own workload, prioritising tasks and working on their own initiative.

Key Responsibilities (Hertfordshire Mind Network)

  • To support organisational growth and development in line with strategic priorities, by providing the team with informed data regarding access
  • To involve clients, carers, staff and volunteers in access and engagement work
  • To work closely with colleagues to inform service development to reflect the needs of local communities

Key Responsibilities (The Wellbeing Service)

  • To work in line with the aims of the Wellbeing Service Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme and the operational policy of the service
  • To ensure the service is fully accessible to service users and carers and provide information on the service

Marketing and Promotional Activity

  • Promote and raise the profile of Hertfordshire Mind Network (HMN) and the Wellbeing Service provision within the local community. The aim is to raise awareness within the community of IAPT work and mental health provision and promote awareness of the of the issue relating to mental health
  • To ensure services are fully accessible by making information available and disseminating it
  • Attend community events and conferences – actively promoting both The Wellbeing Service and Hertfordshire Mind Network; this includes digital events and conferences
  • To develop and work with colleagues to create innovative ways to promote the Wellbeing Services and Hertfordshire Mind Network Services including use of social media, videos, and traditional promotional methods e.g., leaflet drops
  • To support in the development of mental health social media promotional campaigns; this will include using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube as marketing tools and using digital marketing skills such as the creation of promotional videos
  • Design and develop promotional materials and facilitate the distribution of these materials
  • To promote empowerment and choice of service provision
  • Be pro-active in researching promotional opportunities such as local events, flagship days, digital platforms, and conferences
  • Update local resource information and share this with the relevant teams

Identifying Pathways

  • To work with the Wellbeing Services and Hertfordshire Mind Network to ensure a clear route of support is available, considering appropriate pathways and how these can be navigated
  • To work with the Wellbeing Services to identify progression routes and provide a safe and supported exit for service users from the service; in line with this, explore service development and operational processes to support with this.
  • Active liaison between the Wellbeing Service and Hertfordshire Mind Network e.g., Sharing of service information, cross promotion, and following up queries
  • Provide support and signposting information to members of the public to access community groups that enable service users and/or carers to participate in local community activities and maintain their independence
  • To develop sound knowledge of local resources to support in enabling good referrals to be made when necessary
  • To look at how referrals are managed between Hertfordshire Mind Network and Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS foundation trust in conjunction with proposed targets and outcomes

Partnership Working and Building Relationships

  • Offer presentations on the work of the Wellbeing Service and Hertfordshire Mind Network and raise awareness around mental health and challenge stigma
  • Build good links with referral agencies such as Community Mental Health Services, Housing Organisations, community drugs and alcohol services, GP’s, and the Voluntary Sector to raise the profile of the Wellbeing Service and the work of Hertfordshire Mind Network
  • Work in a way that acknowledges the personal, social, cultural, and spiritual strengths and needs of the individual
  • Keep an up-to-date database of local organisations for signposting and networking

Evaluation and Monitoring

  • Develop and manage the project in accordance with any partnership or funding agreements
  • To be responsible for the monitoring and evaluation of the project and reporting outcomes to Hertfordshire Mind Network and Hertfordshire Foundation University NHS Foundation Trust
  • To ensure that all records and confidential information is stored appropriately
  • Ensure that databases are kept up to date
  • To provide reports and monitoring information in line with agreed objectives

Professional

  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of legislation, national and local policies, and procedures in relation to mental health and Primary Care Services
  • Participate in training and development opportunities as agreed within the Performance Management process

General

  • To be line managed by Hertfordshire Mind Network and to work closely with the Wellbeing Service but to manage own workload, prioritising tasks and working on own initiative
  • To work some hours outside of normal office hours (including evenings and weekends)
  • At all times to carry out every aspect of your duties with due regard to Hertfordshire Mind Network and Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust policies and procedures including following safeguarding procedures, lone working policies, and the Equalities Statement
  • Any other duties: to undertake any other duties that are reasonable and commensurate with the role as may be reasonably determined by line management, the CEO or Board of Directors, in line with the changing needs of the service and legal requirements
Posted on: 14 June 2022
Closing date: 12 July 2022 at 16:24
Job ref: GL-MIND-WAW
Tags: Social Care/Development