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Job Title
Recovery Coordinator Criminal Justice Liaison & Diversion Team – Kings Lynn Police Investigation Centre
Spinal Point
5 - 9
Job Type
Permanent
Salary
£19,847.13p.a. - £22,338.12 p.a. pro-rata under 37 hours per week
Hours
Full Time Post - 37 hours per week (may consider part-time/or job share)
Location
Kings Lynn Police Investigation Centre
Closing Date
03/05/2018
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 assists them to engage with other services following referral (e.g. accompany to the first appointment, reminders by use of text etc.) The role is to specifically to cover Kings Lynn locality, but there may be times when due to capacity of other staff you may be required to assist in other localities. The role requires you to undertake lone working and adhering to Julian Support Lone Working policy and procedures.

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 3 Police Vetting process to allow entry to Police buildings and systems.

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.

For a confidential discussion about the role, and whether it might suit you, please contact Penny Newton 07734 511015, or Ben Curran 01603 767718. 

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, and email to: jobs@juliansupport.org

Alternatively you can post to: Human Resources, Julian Support, 23 Pilling Park, Norwich, Norfolk NR1 4PA

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

Closing date:    3rd May 2018

Interview date: 16th May 2018

Job Description and Person Specification
Job Title
Support Worker
Spinal Point
5 - 9
Job Type
Temporary – maternity cover until September 2018
Salary
£16,621.66 - 18,707.83 p.a. pro rata for under 37 hrs per week
Hours
Full Time/Part Time - up to 37 hrs per week
Location
Norwich
Closing Date
03/05/2018
Further Details

We are looking for enthusiastic people who can make a positive impact on the lives of people experiencing mental health problems to join our motivated and recovery focused team working in partnership with Community Mental Health Team (NSFT). This is part of a sub-contract agreement.  Experience of working with people who have mental health difficulties is not essential, however, experience of working with vulnerable adults would be helpful

This is a new and exciting venture in our partnership working with the Trust. You will be based within the NSFT team in Norwich and your responsibility will be the delivery of support to people living in the community in accordance to their statutory care plan. You will be working closely with the Care Coordinators within that team.

The service will support people who have short-term health and social care needs (e.g. finance, accommodation, activities, of daily living, support to access health and social care services, being able to access social and leisure activities) 

You would be fully integrated within the NSFT service and your main base will be at City Anchorage, Julian Hospital, Norwich, NR2 3TD. You will be a fundamental part of that multi-disciplinary team.

A Julian Support Deputy Service Manager will work with you on a daily basis, their role would be to support you to maintain the values and ethos of Julian Support and assist you in developing this new service and provide you with group supervision.

The service will also have a Julian Support Service Manager who will have an overarching responsibility in regards to the contract and ensuring the effectiveness of the service.

Candidates need to be aware that;

  • Travelling will be part of the role as the service covers a wide catchment area (mileage allowance is given).
  • The candidate will need to have IT competent, you will be expected to input to NSFT data recording systems - Lorenzo (Training will be given)
  • 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.

Applicants will need to complete enhanced DBS check for this post.

For a confidential discussion about the role and whether it might suit you, please contact Penny Newton 07734 511015, or Ben Curran 01603 767718. 

Closing date:                3rd May 2018 at 12pm

Interview Date:            16th May 2018 at JS Head Office Norwich

Job Description and Person Specification
Job Title
Support Workers
Spinal Point
5 - 9
Job Type
Permanent
Salary
£16,621.66 - 18,707.83 p.a. pro rata for under 37 hrs per week
Hours
Full Time/Part Time - up to 37 hrs per week
Location
Norwich
Closing Date
03/05/2018
Further Details

We are looking for enthusiastic people who can make a positive impact on the lives of people experiencing mental health problems to join our motivated and recovery focused team working in partnership with Community Mental Health Team (NSFT). This is part of a sub-contract agreement.  Experience of working with people who have mental health difficulties is not essential, however, experience of working with vulnerable adults would be helpful 

This is a new and exciting venture in our partnership working with the Trust. You will be based within the NSFT team in Norwich and your responsibility will be the delivery of support to people living in the community in accordance to their statutory care plan. You will be working closely with the Care Coordinators within that team.

The service will support people who have short-term health and social care needs (e.g. finance, accommodation, activities, of daily living, support to access health and social care services, being able to access social and leisure activities).

You would be fully integrated within the NSFT service and your main base will be at City Anchorage, Julian Hospital, Norwich, NR2 3TD. You will be a fundamental part of that multi-disciplinary team.

A Julian Support Deputy Service Manager will work with you on a daily basis, their role would be to support you to maintain the values and ethos of Julian Support and assist you in developing this new service and provide you with group supervision.

The service will also have a Julian Support service manager who will have an overarching responsibility in regards to the contract and ensuring the effectiveness of the service.

Candidates need to be aware that;

  • Travelling will be part of the role as the service covers a wide catchment area (mileage allowance is given).
  • The candidate will need to have IT competent, you will be expected to input to NSFT data recording systems - Lorenzo (Training will be given)
  • 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.

Applicants will need to complete enhanced DBS check for this post.

For a confidential discussion about the role, and whether it might suit you, please contact Penny Newton 07734 511015, or Ben Curran 01603 767718. 

Closing date:                3rd May 2018 at 12pm

Interview Date:            16th May 2018 at JS Head Office in Norwich

 

 

Job Description and Person Specification