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Bury, Greater Manchester (On-site)
£22,620.00 (28,275.00 FTE)
Contract, 12 month contract, Part-time
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Community Crisis Supporter/Counsellor

Bury Involvement Group (BIG) is a mental health charity led by people with personal experience of mental and emotional distress. In April 2021 we launched a new community-based crisis service for adults in the area, the 'Bury Peer Led Crisis Service', which provides a high quality, person centred service in a non-clinical environment within the community to people experiencing mental health crisis. The service forms part of a partnership between us, and Pennine Care Foundation Trust services, to provide a responsive crisis service to individuals in distress within the area.

We are looking for a compassioante worker to join our team as a Community Crisis Supporter/Counsellor. Within the role you will interact, communicate and build relationships with adults experiencing crisis. You will work alongside the Service Lead and the rest of the crisis team at BIG to provide crisis support within the service during the evening. You will adopt a collaborative approach to working with visitors, keeping the emphasis on their strengths and positive qualities, whilst supporting them to recognise and develop their own strategies for crisis prevention and management. You will support the Service Lead with the coordination of visitor referrals and handovers, whilst supporting the wider team with the evaluation, monitoring, and development of the service.

We are only looking for applicants who have personal experience of mental and emotional distress for this role as it is a peer led service.

We are looking for a reflective individual with a demonstrable ability to build positive therapeutic relationships with adults experiencing mental health crisis. You will need to be able to communicate with visitors clearly and effectively using non-clinical language. You will need to have proven experience supporting adults with mental health conditions using recovery orientated approaches. You will need to be able to work effectively as part of a team, while being highly organised and able to plan and prioritise your work. 

Our team is friendly, supportive, and committed to our mission of empowering adults with mental health conditions towards recovery and improved quality of life. You will be integral to the continued development of a well-respected local mental health charity that makes a real difference to people’s lives.

30 hours a week

12 month fixed term contract, with the option of this being extended subject to funding.

£22,620.00 (28,275.00 FTE)

Annual Leave entitlement of 24 days (plus 3 bank Holidays) pro rata

Regular training and development opportunities as part of the role

Flexible working scheme

Regular Clinical Supervision

Access to an employee wellbeing budget

More about Bury Involvement Group (BIG in Mental Health)

Bury Involvement Group (BIG in Mental Health) is an independent charity run by, and for, people with personal experie... Read more

Refreshed on: 16 May 2022
Closing date: 08 June 2022 at 09:00
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