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Herts Help Hospital & Community Navigation Service (HCNS)
£28,000 per year
Work within a strong voluntary sector partnership to provide a new community-based service supporting NHS and adult care services.
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£15.00 - £18.00 per hour
Herts Young Homeless Group
Welwyn Garden City
£22,250 - £23,165 per year (dependant on experience)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Recovery Worker to join a charity that aims to prevent youth homelessness in Hertfordshire.
Trust Links Ltd
Rochford, Essex
£29,000 - £34,000 per year pro rata
Herts Help Hospital & Community Navigation Service
Work within a strong voluntary sector partnership to provide a new community-based service supporting NHS and adult care services.
Herts Help Hospital & Community Navigation Service (HCNS)
£28,000 per year
Work within a strong voluntary sector partnership to provide a new community-based service supporting NHS and adult care services.
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Watford, Hertfordshire
£28,000 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Job description

We are currently recruiting for a Senior Navigator for the Hospital and Community Navigators. The role is permanent (subject to future funding). The role is full-time.

About you

Are you a people person? Can you lead a team? Can you earn people’s trust? Are you fully committed to person-centred services? Will you always “go the extra mile” to make sure people find the best possible solution to their needs?

Our purpose

Within a hospital setting, we work with clinical staff to ensure that people can leave hospital at the right time and with the support and care they need.

Within a community and primary care setting, we use social prescribing to help people reduce unnecessary NHS appointments and find appropriate community and non-clinical solutions to their needs. Our mission is to help health and adult care services to work together to reduce unnecessary demands and make sure people receive the best possible services appropriate to their needs.

The role

The Senior Navigator will be responsible for Co-ordinating referrals from the Watford and Three Rivers Area, working as part of the wider Team in  Herts valleys.  The Senior Navigator will support the team to work with people who are frail or vulnerable or unwell, people who are in danger of losing their independence, people who are being admitted to hospital, and people who are being discharged from hospital.

Navigators take time to understand people’s needs, they understand what services are available, and they work with professionals, volunteers, families, and individuals so things link together as they should. 

Working across both hospital and community settings, you will help prevent the need for people to be admitted to hospital, reduce over-reliance on GPs and/or home care providers, reduce social isolation and improve health and wellbeing.

You will work to understand your local community, link people together, and help develop more effective services. When solutions are needed, you will find them.

The job

You will be employed by Watford and Three Rivers Trust

You will work as part of a locality team. You will need to operate independently, use our case management database and communications systems, understand privacy rules and safeguarding, and work as part of a locality team supported by regular supervision, training and case conferences.

Please apply online stating how you meet the requirements for this post. If you are currently based outside Hertfordshire, please explain how you will relocated or commute if appointed. 

Additional documents
HCNS Application form (.docx)
Job and person specification (.docx)
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More about HCNS

HCNS (Herts Help Hospital and Community Navigation Service) is a partnership of voluntary organisations working together (and in partnership wi... Read more

Refreshed on: 23 October 2020
Closing date: 08 November 2020
Job ref: HCNS-SN01
Tags: Social Care/Development,Management

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