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Westminster, Greater London
£15,748 per year
Part-time, 3 days - 20 hours per week, Temporary, Until March 2022 Contract
Job description

We are looking for 2 part-time qualified Mental Health Youth Worker’s for our Children and Young Peoples Service.

This is a new, exciting opportunity for Mental Health Youth Workers with a background in children and young people’s mental health to join a multi-disciplinary team in Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster. You will be responsible for providing mental health and wellbeing support for children and young people who attend youth clubs in Westminster. You will be delivering 1-1 and group emotional well-being sessions to children and young people and supporting them to access self-help and support in the community and helping those who present with more severe problems to rapidly access more specialist services. You will also support youth hub staff to think through, develop and deliver a whole youth club approach to emotional wellbeing and mental health.

You will receive regular weekly supervision, either individual or group from a senior member of our team. Contact with supervisors or other senior staff is available throughout the week as needed to manage risk or other urgent issues. There is a strong peer support culture within the team and within the Youth Clubs where you will be based at.

The post will require:

  • Qualification in Mental Health, Child and Youth Worker, Social Service Worker, or an equivalent diploma; validated by the National Youth Agency – the national agency for youth work in the UK
  • Strong communication skills, including a track record of delivering psycho-educational/training sessions to children and young people
  • The ability to work cohesively and collaboratively both within a small team in the organisation and within the wider team in named Youth Clubs
  • The ability to use feedback, reflect and adapt accordingly
  • Strong organisational skills, including keeping all records up to date
  • Good experience of working with children, young people & parents and an understanding of how to relate to them
  • Commitment to using data and relevant measures to assess outcomes
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At Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster, we work to positively impact the lives of those struggling with mental health. The work you do he... Read more

Refreshed on: 19 April 2021
Closing date: 29 April 2021
Tags: Vocational/Services
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