Join us and enjoy an informal work place, working alongside people motivated and passionate about the services they provide.

These jobs are a great opportunity to join an expanding, successful organisation that believes in working with people’s strengths.

Please ensure that you read the guidance notes for all job applications, complete the detail of the Job specification and include the applicant monitoring forms.

For all of our posts you will need to be DBS checked on the enhanced scheme.

 

Job Title
Peer Support Worker
Spinal Point
6 - 9
Job Type
Permanent
Salary
£17,724.65 - £19,368.22 p.a. pro rata for 37 hours per week
Hours
30 - 37 hours per week
Location
Bury St Edmunds
Closing Date
02/12/2019
Further Details

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to take on the role of Peer Support Worker within the West Suffolk 24hr Supported Housing Team.

As a Peer Support Worker you will use your own experience of living with a mental health condition and accessing mental health services in order to support others in their recovery. This is a Genuine Occupational Requirement for the role.

You will be part of a team who provide support for adults with mental health problems, at our supported housing services. We support people to identify and use their strengths to help manage the things in life they find difficult and thereby promote recovery and greater independence.

You will be required to:

  • Ensure that service delivery reflects Julian Support’s (JS) commitment to the Strengths Approach and Recovery Model.
  • Work in partnership with service users to identify and access individual social and leisure activities in the community, which may include co-producing group activities that are sustainable and promote independence.
  • To use your lived experience of mental health to enable service users to develop hope, motivation and recovery and to broaden their network of support in the wider community.
  • To work with Recovery Coordinators to identify the correct resources and method to deliver the support, risk and management plans.
  • To complete all necessary paperwork, electronic records and data inputting (e.g. records of service user contacts and data reports) to the required standard and within designated timescales.
  • Liaise effectively with other statutory and non-statutory professionals and the wider community to help support service users with their recovery.

We offer a full induction and relevant training to enable you to fulfil the role of Peer Support Worker. 

The role is for 30 to 37 hours per week, working across 7 days on a fixed rota.

You will need to be DBS checked on the enhanced check with an adults' barred list check.

For a confidential discussion about the role, and whether it might suit you, please contact Phil Mathews, Service Manager on 07734 511117 .

If you wish to apply, please complete an application form ensuring you give as much detailed evidence as possible to show how you meet the essential and desirable criteria listed in the job description / person specification.

Email completed application form to:  jobs@juliansupport.org 

Or post to: Human Resources, Julian Support, 23 Pilling Park Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 4PA

Closing date: Monday 2nd December 2019 at 9:00am

Interview date: Monday 16th December 2019 in Bury St Edmunds 

Job Description and Person Specification
Job Title
Recovery Coordinator - Liaison & Diversion Team
Spinal Point
11 - 15
Job Type
Permanent
Salary
£20,547.74 p.a. - £23,126.65 p.a.
Hours
37 per week
Location
Ipswich - Police Investigation Centre (PIC)
Closing Date
02/12/2019
Further Details

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team forming the Criminal Justice Liaison and Diversion service in Norfolk and Suffolk.

The support service is delivered via a sub contract with the Norfolk & Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) and includes the provision of a Julian Support Recovery Coordinator at each of the six Police Investigation Centre’s (PIC’s) across both counties.

The service supports people with short-term needs (e.g. finance, accommodation and support to access health and social care services) and assist them to engage with other services following referral (e.g. accompany to the first appointment, reminders by use of text etc.)

The role of this post will be to bring the cover to a full-time basis – offering support 5 days per week for that PIC.

The post will cover the Ipswich PIC locality areas.

Candidates need to be aware that travelling will be a crucial part of this role as the service covers a wide catchment area, (mileage allowance given).

Candidates will be required to undertake Level 2 (Brief) Police Vetting process to allow entry to Police buildings and systems. The post will be offered on a provisional basis until this process is completed and clearance obtained. You will also need to go through Enhanced DBS checks and Right to Work as part of the recruitment processes.

Applicants will be required to have an excellent record of working independently and as part of a multi disciplinary team as well as working collaboratively with service users and partners in the community. A high level of motivation, resilience and IT literacy is also required to deliver a top quality service.

If you wish to apply please complete an application form ensuring you give as much detailed evidence to show how you meet the essential and desirable criteria listed in the job description/person specification.

Guidance notes for applicants are available to download and contain lots of useful information to assist you completing the application form.

For a confidential discussion about the role, and whether it might suit you, please contact Penny Newton 07734 511015.

You will need to be DBS checked on the enhanced check with an adults & children barred list check.

If you wish to apply please complete an application form ensuring you give as much detailed evidence to show how you meet the essential and desirable criteria listed in the job description/person specification. Guidance notes for applicants are available to download and contain lots of useful information to assist you completing the application form.

Email your completed application form to: jobs@juliansupport.org or post to: Human Resources, Julian Support, 23 Pilling Park Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 4PA

Closing Date: Monday 2nd December 2019 at 1:00pm

Interview Date: Tuesday 17th December 2019 in Julian Support's Bury St Edmunds office

Job Description and Person Specification
Job Title
Recovery Coordinator - Liaison & Diversion Team
Spinal Point
SCP 11 - 15
Job Type
Permanent - Job Share
Salary
£20,547.74 p.a. - £23,126.65 p.a. pro rata
Hours
16 hours per week - set days are Thursdays & Fridays (you may be required to attend meetings / training on other days when needed)
Location
Bury St Edmunds - Police Investigation Centre (PIC)
Closing Date
16/12/2019
Further Details

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a team forming the Criminal Justice Liaison and Diversion service in Norfolk and Suffolk.

The support service is delivered via a sub contract with the Norfolk & Suffolk Foundation Trust (NSFT) and includes the provision of a Julian Support Recovery Coordinator at each of the six Police Investigation Centre’s (PIC’s) across both counties.

The service supports people with short-term needs (e.g. finance, accommodation and support to access health and social care services) and assist them to engage with other services following referral (e.g. accompany to the first appointment, reminders by use of text etc.)

The role of this post will be to bring the cover to a full-time basis – offering support 5 days per week for that PIC.

The post would cover the Bury Saint Edmunds' PIC locality areas – this includes Sudbury, Haverhill and Thetford.

Candidates need to be aware that travelling will be a crucial part of this role as the service covers a wide catchment area, (mileage allowance given).

Candidates will be required to undertake Level 2 (Brief) Police Vetting process to allow entry to Police buildings and systems. The post will be offered on a provisional basis until this process is completed and clearance obtained. You will also need to go through Enhanced DBS checks and Right to Work as part of the recruitment processes.

Applicants will be required to have an excellent record of working independently and as part of a multi disciplinary team as well as working collaboratively with service users and partners in the community. A high level of motivation, resilience and IT literacy is also required to deliver a top quality service.

If you wish to apply please complete an application form ensuring you give as much detailed evidence to show how you meet the essential and desirable criteria listed in the job description/person specification.

Guidance notes for applicants are available to download and contain lots of useful information to assist you completing the application form.

For a confidential discussion about the role, and whether it might suit you, please contact Penny Newton 07734 511015.

You will need to be DBS checked on the enhanced check with an adults & children barred list check.

If you wish to apply please complete an application form ensuring you give as much detailed evidence to show how you meet the essential and desirable criteria listed in the job description/person specification. Guidance notes for applicants are available to download and contain lots of useful information to assist you completing the application form.

Email your completed application form to:  jobs@juliansupport.org or post to: Human Resources, Julian Support, 23 Pilling Park Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 4PA

Closing Date: Monday 16th December 2019 at 1:00pm

Interview Date: TBC

Job Description and Person Specification
Job Title
Recovery Coordinator
Spinal Point
11 - 15
Job Type
Permanent
Salary
£20,547.74 p.a. - £23,126.65 p.a. pro rata
Hours
22 hours a week (can be worked flexibly to suit needs)
Location
West Ipswich 24hr Services
Closing Date
02/12/2019
Further Details

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to take on the role of Recovery Coordinator, working alongside Support Workers in our two 24hr Supported Housing sites in West Ipswich.

As a Recovery Coordinator you will be providing support to people who have mental health problems and who are living in supported housing. The role requires you to build positive relationships with service users by engaging with them in a holistic and meaningful way. You will ensure that service users are at the heart of the support planning process, and that they are supported to achieve their recovery goals, and attain their optimum level of independence.
You will be required to:

  • Ensure that service delivery reflects Julian Support’s commitment to the Recovery Model and Strengths Approach.
  • Work in partnership with service users to assess their needs and to develop their support, risk assessment & management plans.
  • To complete all necessary paperwork, electronic records and data inputting (e.g. support plans, risk assessment and management plans, records of service user contacts & data reports) to the required standard and within designated timescales.
  • Develop partnerships with other mental health professionals and partners to enable effective delivery of the overall care plan.
  • Identify the correct resources to deliver on the support, risk assessment & management plan and to delegate responsibility to Support Workers appropriately.
  • Support service users to access appropriate accommodation and maintain their occupancy agreement.
  • Support service users to achieve objectives in line with the outcomes star.
  • Work in partnership with service users, carers, families, friends, other professionals and the wider community in order to promote and sustain

You will receive line management from our 24hr Supported Housing Service Manager, whilst working closely with the Deputy Service Managers based in each of the locations.

Your hours of work can be flexible, but it is anticipated that you will generally work Monday to Friday. There may be some occasional evening and weekend work, depending on the needs of the service users.

A high level of motivation, resilience and IT literacy is also required to deliver a top-quality service.

For a confidential discussion about the role, and whether it might suit you, please contact Natasha Tournay-Mason, Service Manager, on 07587 554105.

You will need to be DBS checked on the enhanced check with an adults barred list check.

Email completed application to:  jobs@juliansupport.org or post to:  Human Resources, Julian Support, 23 Pilling Park Road, Norwich, NR1 4PA

Closing date Monday 2nd December 2019 at 9:00am

Interview date Tuesday 10th December 2019 in Ipswich 

Job Description and Person Specification
Job Title
Support Worker
Spinal Point
6 - 9
Job Type
Permanent
Salary
£17,724.65 p.a. - £19,368.22 p.a. pro rata
Hours
37 hours a week with sleep in duties
Location
West Ipswich 24hr Supported Housing Services
Closing Date
03/12/2019
Further Details

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to take on the role of a Support Worker in our two 24hr Supported Housing Locations in West Ipswich (Bramford Road and Gippeswyk Avenue).

You will be part of a team who provide on-site support for adults with mental health issues. We support people to identify and use their strengths to help manage the things in life they find difficult and thereby promote recovery and independence.

You will be required to;

  • Ensure that service delivery reflects Julian Support’s commitment to the Recovery Model and Strengths Approach.
  • To deliver support to service users in line with their support plan, risk assessment and management plan
  • To complete all necessary paperwork, electronic records and data inputting (e.g. records of service user contacts and data reports) to the required standard and within designated timescales.
  • Liaise effectively with other mental health professionals and partner agencies in line with the overall care plan.
  • Work with Recovery Coordinators to identify the correct resources to deliver on the support, risk assessment & management plan
  • Support service users to access appropriate accommodation and maintain their occupancy agreement.
  • Work in partnership with service users, carers, families, friends, other professionals and the wider community in order to promote and sustain independence.

We offer a full induction and relevant training to work within a supportive team environment.

We welcome applications from those whom agree with our organisational principles that might be looking for a change in career, those with relevant experience and/or those passionate to assist others in their recovery.

For a confidential discussion about the role, and whether it might suit you, please contact Natasha Tournay-Mason, Service Manager, on 07587 554105.

You will need to be DBS checked on the enhanced check with an adults barred list check.

Email completed application to:  jobs@juliansupport.org or post to:  Human Resources, Julian Support, 23 Pilling Park Road, Norwich, NR1 4PA

Closing date Monday 2nd December 2019 at 9:00am

Interview date Tuesday 10th December 2019 in Ipswich 

Job Description and Person Specification