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Manchester 0.74 miles
£9.30 - £11 per hour
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Blackpool, Blackpool
Accrington, Lancashire
Chorley, Lancashire
£24,799 - £27,905 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Role Purpose:

To work with and manage a caseload of clients, who have mental health support needs, to assist them in securing sustainable paid employment in line with their preferences.  Clients will be referred into the service via the Lancashire and South Cumbria Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) teams.

To deliver the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Approach providing person centred advice and guidance to clients, whilst building positive relationships with employers to enable clients to move into suitable employment.

To be part of a community mental health team, maintaining positive and integrated relationships, fostering a holistic approach to recovery through employment.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manage a caseload of clients, who have mental health support needs who are motivated to start/return to work.
  • Deliver the Individual Placement and Support (IPS) approach.
  • Meet and support clients to understand their key skills, aspirations and goals through completing a Vocational Profile and produce an Action Plan to help them obtain and sustain competitive employment.  This includes support with their job search, CV production, application forms, interview techniques and career development.
  • Assess client’s support needs related to work which may include benefits/welfare advice, disclosure of mental health symptoms etc. and provide support & guidance.
  • Attend weekly clinical team meetings as an embedded IPS practitioner.
  • Source job opportunities for clients through tailored job search and regular contact with employers to explore hidden as well as advertised employment opportunities.
  • Provide education and support to employers, as agreed with the individual, which may include negotiating adjustments, return to work strategy and on-going contact with the employer to ensure job retention.
  • Build relationships with colleagues in clinical teams to engage and generate referrals and create collaborative working partnerships with clinical staff (promoting employment as a positive intervention in the recovery journey).
  • Once employment has been secured continue to provide quality service through conducting regular visits, effective monitoring and in-work support to clients and employers to help sustain employment.
  • To adhere to administrative and data capture protocols which record the progress of individuals, and to keep accurate and complete records of casework.
  • To work independently, reliably and deliver consistently to deliver effective IPS practice.
  • Ensure that effective monitoring and evaluation systems are adhered to and keep abreast of changing practice within vocational rehabilitation.
  • To co-produce service development with service users where possible.
  • To collect employment recovery stories from people accessing the service.
  • Undertake continuous learning regarding mental health conditions, their impact and how they can be managed and to undertake mandatory training as required.

Qualifications:

  • Level 2 (GCSE Grade A-C or Grade 4-9) or equivalent qualification to include English and Maths
  • NVQ Level 3 in Advice and Guidance or other equivalent relevant qualification
  • Certificate in IPS Approach  (desired)
  • Full Driving Licence

See the attached job description for more details on the person specification.

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90% of people with severe mental illness want to work, yet only 8% of people with severe mental illness are in work. IPS (Individual Placement ... Read more

Posted on: 03 June 2020
Closing date: 13 June 2020
Job ref: IPSGAd-BC-IPSES-120620
Tags: Support Worker,Vocational/Services

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