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Mental Health Innovations, Remote
£40,000 - £45,000 per year
Provide online, in-the-moment clinical supervision and support to trained Volunteers on our UK 24/7 text messaging platform.
Posted 1 day ago
St Giles Trust, Newport, Newport (On-site)
£20,000 pa
Posted 1 day ago
Closing in 6 days
Bristol Mind, Bristol (Hybrid)
£32,000 per year (actual £18,162 based on 21 hours per week)
Posted 2 weeks ago
Closing in 4 days
St. Peters Hospice, Bristol (Hybrid)
£49,317 - £54,797 per year
Posted 1 week ago
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£40,000 - £45,000 per year
Part-time (18 - 22.5 hours per week )

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This organisation is scheduling interviews as applications come in. They're ready to hire as soon as they find the right person. Don't miss your opportunity, apply now!

Job description

Job Title: Clinical Supervisor (Mental Health)

Reporting To: Clinical Manager

Contract: Permanent

Hours: Part Time: 18 - 22.5 hours per week between 6:30pm and 12:30am (UK Time).

Shifts are 4 hours plus 30 minutes of admin time. Your preferred availability can be discussed at interview.

Salary: £40-45k / $80-90k full-time equivalent/pro-rata

Base: Remote (UK or NZ)

Closing Date: 19th July 2024, 5pm (Please note, we will be interviewing on a rolling basis and reserve the right to close the job advert early if we receive a high number of applicants)


  • 25 days annual leave per year, plus public holidays;
  • Company electronic devices;
  • Competitive pension;
  • Reimbursement for external clinical supervision;
  • Health insurance.

About Mental Health Innovations (MHI)

MHI is an ambitious charity, driven to provide the public with access to much needed digital support services. The organisation's purpose, to transform lives by improving access to digital resources, is built on a strong belief that technology can help improve mental health outcomes in the UK. 

Founded in November 2017 following the success of The Royal Foundation’s ‘Heads Together’ campaign, it launched its first product, Shout, in 2019. Shout is a free, confidential, 24/7 text message service for anybody struggling with anxiety, loneliness or depression through to self harm or suicidal thoughts.

Job Summary

To provide online, in-the-moment clinical supervision and support to trained Volunteers, Clinical Practitioners (CPs) and Qualified Practitioners (QPs) in their text conversations with texters on our UK 24/7 text messaging platform. 

Main duties

  • Engaging in a non judgemental, collaborative manner with Shout Volunteers and practitioners taking conversations with texters. Ensuring risk and safeguarding concerns are appropriately handled and provide constructive feedback for their growth and development.
  • Engage in clinical discussions with fellow supervisors on shift to ensure decision making is in line with Shout policies and solid rationales are built for clinical decisions made.
  • Complete administrative work such as maintaining clinical notes, reporting in line with Shout policies when risk to life and safeguarding concerns occur.
  • Work collaboratively with fellow supervisors on shift and other members of staff, to ensure optimal use of resources to meet platform demand.
  • Take conversations with texters to help manage service demand

Job responsibilities

  • Regularly attend meetings, online or in person, including team meetings, one-to-ones, workshops and training
  • Attend regular external clinical supervision with external personal Supervisor (paid for by MHI) with a minimum of one session per month
  • Contribute to service development and continuous quality improvement within the organisation, including participation in ongoing in-person or online training and professional development
  • Maintain membership, registration and/or accreditation with a relevant professional body
  • At all times, adhere to Mental Health Innovations and Shout’s framework, policies and procedures and engage in a way that is reflective of the organisation's values

Person Specification

Essential criteria

  • Psychotherapy/Counselling/Psychology/Mental Health Nursing or Social Work practice qualification 
  • Accreditation/registration with the BACP, UKCP, BPS, NMC or NZAC, DAPAANZ, or equivalent relevant professional body
  • Clinical/professional experience working with risk relating to suicide, self-harm, complex mental health problems and safeguarding
  • Strong administrative skills with excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent IT skills

Desirable criteria

  • Qualification in Clinical Supervision
  • Experience of working with children and young people
  • Experience in working digitally with clients/supervisees 
  • Strong knowledge and experience of safeguarding, confidentiality and risk
  • Sound experience of supervising groups or individuals

Key Competencies

  • Excellent communicator
  • Ability to multitask and work at a high volume whilst maintaining calm under pressure
  • Ability to make sound clinical decisions in a fast moving environment in response to high risk situations
  • Demonstrate a high level of resilience
  • Adaptable to the needs of the organisation
  • Self-motivated, hands-on, problem-solving approach, with a focus on effective and clinically sound decision-making
  • Willingness and ability to work independently (remotely), whilst remaining connected to and engaged with the team 
  • Ability to communicate sensitive topics effectively
  • Reflective, compassionate, kind, and respectful 
  • Proactive in reviewing own performance, improvement and development
Posted by
Mental Health Innovations View profile Company size Size: 101 - 500
Posted on: 21 June 2024
Closing date: 19 July 2024 at 16:25
Tags: Social Care/Development,Volunteer Management,Social Work,Practitioner,Nursing

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