Overview

37.5 hours- 24 hour rotational post

As part of the redesign to unplanned mental health services in Doncaster we are able to offer a rare opportunity for motivated professionals to join Doncaster Crisis Resolution Team.

The role will involve the triage assessment and intervention of service users in crisis and will involve telephone, home visits and assessments in A&E.

As part of the Crisis Resolution Service we are opening a brand new Crisis Assessment Unit (PDU), located on the Tickhill Road Site in Doncaster. The facility is open 24/7 and provides an extended chair based crisis assessment for 2-3 people who are experiencing acute mentioned distress and crisis. This will allow comprehensive assessment and formulation to determine if admission is clinically indicated or treatment within the wider community.

We are seeking to recruit dynamic and positive practitioners to support in this new service.

We are looking to recruit1 permanent Band 6 qualified practitioner whois enthusiastic and highly motivated staff to join our busy teams and who have a passion and desire to work with individuals in crisis within the community delivering a caring and safe service.

We are looking for passionate, reliable and progressive staff who work within a strengths and recovery based approach.

Liaison with families and supporting their understanding of crisis management is an important part of the role.

The post will require individuals to work alongside partner organisations, third sector and peer support services, transparency and openness is vital.

This is a great time to begin working in the Crisis Service as we are starting to embark in change around the community working age model and you will have the opportunity to contribute and lead in some of these changes.

If you are interested and would like to discuss please contact Joanne Galsworthy, Admin Lead on 01302 794051 and your call will be directed to the Team Manager or Service Manager.

Closing date for applications 31 January 2021

Interviews are scheduled to take place 10 February 2021

We reserve the right to close down this advert early should there be a high number of applicants.

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Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust is committed to our responsibilities for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk as outlined in Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015 and Care Act 2014.

We are committed to recruiting candidates who share the commitment to safeguarding, and therefore we apply robust recruitment and selection procedures to ensure that the people selected are right for the job, and that all candidates are appropriately screened prior to appointment and periodically during their employment

DBS disclosures are mandatory before commencement of employment within the Trust. Therefore, if you are in a position that is deemed a regulated adult and/or child care role, you will not be able to start your employment until we have received a satisfactory DBS clearance.

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The Trust is committed to equal opportunities in employment and welcomes applications from all sections of the community in order to maintain a workforce as diverse as the population it serves.

The first 6 months of employment with the Trust will be a probationary period which may be extended by the Trust for a further 6 months.