Croydon, Greater London (On-site)
£29,047 - £32,385 per year pro rata
Contract, Fixed term contract until 31 March 2023, Part-time
Job description

Mind in Croydon and Croydon BME Forum have formed an exciting new partnership to deliver on an innovative new project. We are looking for a Croydon Health and Wellbeing Coordinator whose key focus will be to managed the Services database.

Croydon Health and Wellbeing Space (CHWS) is co-designed with people with lived experience of mental health issues, to facilitate and enable direct, person-centred engagement with people accessing mental health support in the Borough of Croydon.

The CHWS Co-ordinator will support the Space CHWS Manager working closely together to ensure effective administration and operational support for the service of the non-clinical, client-facing aspects of the service provided by the Mind in Croydon/Croydon BME Forum Partnership. They will contribute to the development of systems, processes and policies specific for the service.

One of the main key roles the CHWS Co-ordinator will focus on is the Database, managing the database system for data recording, management and reporting purposes; maintain accurate and up to date service user records using online triage and database systems, ensuring that appropriate data quality standards are met for all records.

The CHWS Co-ordinator will work alongside a team of clinical mental health and social care professionals, as well as the Mental Health Space Support Workers, Mental Health Personal Independence Co-ordinators, Social Prescribing and Community Link Workers, to facilitate access to one to one, specialist casework for Croydon residents living with mental health problems, including working age people, older people, people who are socially isolated, and people who cannot speak English as a first language.

The role-holder should have strong database management and IT skills (Microsoft Office packages and some bespoke database systems) and excellent administration skills. Good communication, both written and verbal are necessary as are excellent organisational skills, ability to work independently and attention to detail.

This post requires someone with knowledge and experience of working in a busy and varied environment and feels at ease working with clinical staff, children, parents and visitors attending the Space. Being adaptable and unflappable is essential.

The role is an integral part of the ICN+ which brings together clinical and community-based support and services in co-located teams based in the Health and Wellbeing Spaces.  If you have the experience and skills outlined above and enjoy working in partnerships in local communities, we’ll look forward to hearing from you.

Successful applicants are required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)

MIND in Croydon is striving to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all groups. To maintain the diversity of our team we actively encourage applications from all sections of the community, including men who are under-represented in our teams.

To apply please send your CV and a Covering Letter explaining:

  • Why you would like to apply for this role?
  • How your skills and experience relate to the competencies in the Person Specification of the job description?
More about Mind in Croydon

Mind in Croydon is a highly regarded mental health charity, working to promote good mental health. We seek to empower people to lead a full lif... Read more

Refreshed on: 04 June 2022
Closed date: 13 June 2022 at 23:59
Job ref: CHWS Coordinator May 2022
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