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Dorset Mental Health Forum
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Bournemouth, Dorset
£24,000 - £26,000 per year
Permanent, Contract, Part-time, Full-time
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Job description

We are looking for a highly motivated and capable person with an understanding of the vocational landscape in Dorset to join our charity.  This is an exciting post, working in partnership with our local NHS provider, driving forward employment opportunities for people in Dorset who experience mental health difficulties.

As a local peer led charity that has been in existence for 28 years, we have a proud and long history of employing a diverse workforce with a broad range of experiences of mental health issues.  We understand the importance and acknowledge the right to work as an integral part of building an independent and fulfilling life.  Our work is underpinned by the principles of Recovery and Coproduction, alongside the fundamental belief that people hold many of their own solutions.  This drives us to create opportunities for people to reframe their experiences and to unlock the capacity and potential within themselves.

Dorset Work Matters is a partnership employment project, within the broader work of the Dorset Wellbeing and Recovery Partnership.  This longstanding partnership brings together lived experience expertise and clinical expertise, enabling the Forum to share its understanding as an employer of people who experience mental health issues and emotional distress.

About the Role

The Peer Lead for Employment will work alongside the Forum Senior Leadership Team to develop a strategy that promotes and supports the employment of people who experience mental health issues. This will include those accessing Individual Placement and Support (IPS) through secondary Mental Health Services, but also consider the broader needs of people outside statutory service thresholds.

Within the Dorset Work Matters service the Peer Lead for Employment will work alongside the NHS Project Lead and Senior Employment Specialist, utilising the principles of IPS together to deliver a high-fidelity service.

As the Peer Lead for Employment you will engage with a broad range of employers across Dorset.  The primary focus of this work will be to model lived experience in the context of work, challenge misconceptions, offer education opportunities and build sustainable partnerships.  The three key areas of responsibility for this post are:

  • Developing, delivering and evaluating the Forum’s employment focused activities.
  • Providing operational management support and supervision within the Dorset Work Matters IPS service. 
  • Engaging and developing relationships with local employers across Dorset.

The post will be based primarily at the Partnership’s premises in central Bournemouth, but with some flexibility for alternative working arrangements. 

About You

We are a unique and values-based, collaborative and innovative organisation that strives towards continuous learning and improvement. 

  • You will be a proficient manager with a natural aptitude for getting the very best from your team, well versed in caseload management and outcomes reporting.  
  • You will have experience and understanding of living with and managing mental ill-health or supporting someone in emotional distress, including understanding the barriers to employment and believing in a person’s right to meaningful work.
  • You will be able to demonstrate experience of working with people from a range of social and economic backgrounds and understand social justice and inequality issues.
  • Your knowledge will include a basic understanding of the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) methodology and you will be prepared to undertake further training and ongoing development.
  • You will be professional and engaging in your manner, an excellent communicator, with experience of building strong partnerships and external relationships.
  • Your passion for our work and being personally aligned with our values will shine through.

You might currently be working in the not for profit, private or public sectors, but wherever you come from, you will be excited by this meaningful role and the unique opportunity to be part of an inspirational team, making real difference to people’s lives in Dorset.  

If you are interested in this role, please apply by sending your CV and a covering letter explaining why you are interested in this role and working within our organisation.

During Covid 19

We will be reviewing applications and shortlisting on a rolling basis, closing the process when we have appointed the right candidate.  During this time, our interview process will take place in stages and include a combination of a preliminary self-directed video and if successful a formal Microsoft Teams interview.  This approach aligns with how we work, will be values based, as well as focused on results and finding out about you.  We are looking forward to hearing from you.

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Dorset Mental Health Forum

The Dorset Mental Health Forum is a local peer led charity, run by people with their own experiences of mental health issues.  We understa... Read more

Refreshed on: 05 August 2020
Closing date: 29 September 2020
Job ref: Peer Lead for Employment
Tags: Vocational/Services,Operations

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