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Join Care in Mind – A Unique and Innovative Approach to Supporting Young People in Care

Bank Support Workers - 0 hours contract - £8.75 per hour

Yorkshire, Chorley and Cheshire

Care in Mind provide residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old who have been discharged from psychiatric inpatient stays or secure children’s homes. The young people we care for often require a high level of support and dynamic approach to risk management in order to support problems they may have with self-harming, behaviour and emotional regulation.

Our aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for transition to adult life.

As part of our continued growth we are now looking to recruit Bank Support Workers to support our Yorkshire team. 

As part of our bank team you will work on a zero hours contract supporting our residential houses across numerous locations in the Yorkshire area. Your role will be to provide the highest standard of care to our young people following individual care plans and programmes. This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills and as a bank worker you will have the opportunity to apply for permanent internal roles as they arise.

Experience is not essential as full training will be provided however you will need to have a good understanding of the issues young people face and the desire to make a real difference.  You will need to be flexible in your approach and have the ability to work shifts including nights and weekends. Access to a car is desirable.

In return you will receive;

  • Competitive salary and business mileage when travelling outside of your hub area
  • A full induction programme and training and development opportunities
  • Opportunity to develop your career and obtain a permanent position if desired
  • Free DBS Enhanced Disclosure.
  • A friendly, supporting, working environment.

If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please apply now for a link to our online application pack.

Please Click Here to read the Job Description

This post is a rolling vacancy. 

Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process, the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community

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Job Title:  Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist

Job type:  One Permanent Posts (37.5 hours)

Pay scale/salary: Band 8a £ (Band 7 preceptorship considered dependent on experience)

Locations:  West Yorkshire

Closing Date: 5pm, 9th November 2018

Care in Mind is a specialist service providing NHS funded intensive mental health packages and residential placements for complex young people and young adults.  We offer intensive therapeutic provision to young people, often transitioning from inpatient or secure settings, to support them to be able to maintain community placements.  We specialise in working with young people with a diagnosis of personality disorders and/or complex PTSD. 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Psychologist to join our existing team.  We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated individuals who thrive in a multi-disciplinary environment and who are particularly interested in working with young people and young adults with complex needs.  You would be joining an existing team of Clinical Psychologists, Art Therapists, Psychiatrists, and Nurses.

The post holder would have considerable autonomy to shape and develop their role providing direct clinical input, supervision, consultation, teaching and clinical leadership within a multidisciplinary setting.  We are committed to the development of our staff through CPD and training and are active in the field of research. 

Care in Mind offer a range of benefits including enhanced pension scheme, enhanced maternity/paternity leave, childcare voucher scheme, free on-site parking, employee assistance service, 27 days holiday plus bank holidays and excellent learning and development opportunities.

If you would like to discuss this post further or want to arrange an informal chat please contact the Recruitment Department on 0161 638 3285.

Please visit our website www.careinmind.co.uk for an application pack, job description and person specification.

Click here to view the full job description 

Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community. Click to Apply

Care In Mind Independent Mental Health Service

Care in Mind are a CQC registered specialist service providing NHS funded intensive mental health packages and residential placements for complex young people and young adults. We offer intensive therapeutic provision to young people, aged 16-25 often transitioning from inpatient or secure settings, to support them to be able to maintain community placements. We specialise in working with young people with a history of complex trauma and personality disorders. Our friendly team is made up of multidisciplinary professionals including psychiatry, nursing, clinical psychology and family therapy.

We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated individuals who thrive in a multi-disciplinary environment and are particularly interested in working with young people and young adults with complex difficulties.

We now have an exciting opportunity for a Team Leader to work at our home in Hessay, York.

Team Leader – Full Time £19,080.75 per annum / £9.79 per hour 

Benefits of a Team Leader:

  • 22-27 holidays per year (plus bank holidays)
  • Free training and professional development programme
  • Paid induction, training and enhanced DBS check
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Free onsite parking

Responsibilities of a Team Leader:

  • To act as a member of the team and assist the management staff in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the young people, closely following individual care plans and programmes.
  • To take overall responsibility in conjunction with the Deputy and Registered Manager in ensuring the running of the home is to its highest possible standards.
  • To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home to its highest possible standard.

Requirements of a Team Leader:

  • Level 3 qualification in Health and Social Care for children and young people (or willingness to work towards).
  • Experience in working within residential services for children/young people
  • Awareness and basic understanding of the Legislation and Guidance relevant to young people in residential care.
  • The ability to supervise a staff team.
  • Able to work shifts within a 24/7 day per week rota

If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please press the apply button now for a link to our online application pack.

Closing Date: 10am, 1st November 2018

Click here to view the Full Job Description

Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community.

(We reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).  Click to Apply

Join Care in Mind – A Unique and Innovative Approach to Supporting Young People in Care.

Wirral

Care in Mind provides residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old who have been discharged from psychiatric inpatient stays or secure children’s homes. The young people we care for often require a high level of support and dynamic approach to risk management in order to support problems they may have with self-harming, behaviour and emotional regulation.

Our aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for the transition to adult life.

As part of our continued growth, we are now looking to recruit a Waking Night Support Worker, 38.5 hours per week, £9.25 per hour (includes an unsociable hour’s payment of 50p per hour), £18,518.50 per annum. 

Benefits of a Waking Night Support Worker:

=         22-27 holidays per year (plus bank holidays)

=         Free training and professional development programme

=         Paid induction, training and enhanced DBS check

=         Company Pension Scheme

=         Employee Assistance Programme

=         Childcare Vouchers

=         Free onsite parking

 

Responsibilities of a Waking Night Support Worker:

=         To act as a member of the team and assist the management staff in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the young people, closely following individual care plans and programmes.

=         To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home to its highest possible standard.

=         To develop skills in order that the young people’s individual health/social development needs are met.

Requirements of a Waking Night Support Worker:

=         To be able to work as part of a team.

=         Good verbal and written communication skills

=         An understanding of the issues young people face

=         Able to work evening shifts

If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please click to apply for a link to our online application form.

(We do reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).

Closing Date: 10am, Wednesday 24th October.

Click here to view the full Job Description

Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process, the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community.

As an employer we are also committed to promoting and protecting the physical and mental health and well-being of all our staff.

 

Click to Apply
Join Care in Mind – A Unique and Innovative Approach to Supporting Young People in Care.

Warrington

Care in Mind provides residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old who have been discharged from psychiatric inpatient stays or secure children’s homes. The young people we care for often require a high level of support and dynamic approach to risk management in order to support problems they may have with self-harming, behaviour and emotional regulation.

Our aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for the transition to adult life.

As part of our continued growth, we are now looking to recruit a Waking Night Support Worker, 38.5 hours per week, £9.25 per hour (includes an unsociable hour’s payment of 50p per hour), £18,518.50 per annum. 

Benefits of a Waking Night Support Worker:

  •       22-27 holidays per year (plus bank holidays)
  •       Free training and professional development programme
  •       Paid induction, training and enhanced DBS check
  •       Company Pension Scheme
  •       Employee Assistance Programme
  •       Childcare Vouchers
  •       Free onsite parking
  • Responsibilities of a Waking Night Support Worker:

    • To act as a member of the team and assist the management staff in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the young people, closely following individual care plans and programmes.
    • To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home to its highest possible standard.
    • To develop skills in order that the young people’s individual health/social development needs are met.

    Requirements of a Waking Night Support Worker:

    • To be able to work as part of a team
    • Good verbal and written communication skills
    • An understanding of the issues young people face
    • Able to work evening shifts

    If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please click to apply for a link to our online application form. 

     

    Closing Date: 10am, 25th October 2018. 

    Click here to view the full job description 

    (We reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).

    Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

    We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community.

    Click to Apply

    Care in Mind provide residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old who have been discharged from psychiatric inpatient stays or secure children’s homes. The young people we care for often require a high level of support and dynamic approach to risk management in order to support problems they may have with self-harming, behaviour and emotional regulation.

    Our aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for transition to adult life.

    As part of our continued growth we are now looking to recruit within our home in Warrington.

    Team Leader – Full Time £9.79 per hour / £19,080.75 per annum

    Benefits of a Team Leader:

    • 22-27 holidays per year (plus bank holidays)
    • Free training and professional development programme
    • Paid induction, training and enhanced DBS check
    • Company Pension Scheme
    • Employee Assistance Programme
    • Free onsite parking

    Responsibilities of a Team Leader:

    • To act as a member of the team and assist the management staff in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the young people, closely following individual care plans and programmes.
    • To take overall responsibility in conjunction with the Deputy and Registered Manager in ensuring the running of the home is to its highest possible standards.
    • To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home to its highest possible standard.

    Requirements of a Team Leader:

    • Level 3 qualification in Health and Social Care for children and young people (or willingness to work towards).
    • Experience in working within residential services for children/young people
    • Awareness and basic understanding of the Legislation and Guidance relevant to young people in residential care.
    • The ability to supervise a staff team.
    • Able to work shifts within a 24/7 day per week rota

    If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please press the apply button now for a link to our online application pack.

    Closing Date: 10am, 25th October 2018

    Please click here for the full job description

    Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

    We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community.

    (We reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest). Click to Apply

    Join Care in Mind – A Unique and Innovative Approach to Supporting Young People in Care.

    Wirral 

    Care in Mind provide residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old who have been discharged from psychiatric inpatient stays or secure children’s homes. The young people we care for often require a high level of support and dynamic approach to risk management in order to support problems they may have with self-harming, behaviour and emotional regulation.

    Our aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for transition to adult life.

    As part of our continued growth we are now looking to recruit within our home in Wirral.

    Support Worker – 37.5 hours per week -Starting salary £17,062.50 per annum (£8.75 per hour))

    Benefits of a Support Worker:

    =         22-27 holidays per year (plus bank holidays)

    =         Free training and professional development programme

    =         Paid induction, training and enhanced DBS check

    =         Company Pension Scheme

    =         Employee Assistance Programme

    =         Childcare Vouchers

    =         Free onsite parking

    Responsibilities of a Support Worker:

    =         To act as a member of the team and assist the management staff in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the young people, closely following individual care plans and programmes.

    =         To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home to its highest possible standard.

    =         To develop skills in order that the young people’s individual health/social development needs are met.

    Requirements of a Support Worker:

    =         To be able to work as part of a team.

    =         Good verbal and written communication skills

    =         An understanding of the issues young people face

    =         Able to work shifts within a 24/7 day per week rota

    If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please apply now for a link to our online application pack.

    Closing Date: 10am, Monday 29th October 

    Click here for the full job description

    Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

    We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community.

    (We reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).

      Click to Apply

    Join Care in Mind – A Unique and Innovative Approach to Supporting Young People in Care.

    Hessay, York. 

    Care in Mind provide residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old who have been discharged from psychiatric inpatient stays or secure children’s homes. The young people we care for often require a high level of support and dynamic approach to risk management in order to support problems they may have with self-harming, behaviour and emotional regulation.

    Our aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for transition to adult life.

    As part of our continued growth we are now looking to recruit within our home in Hessay.

    Support Worker – 37.5 hours per week -Starting salary £17,062.50 per annum (£8.75 per hour))

    Benefits of a Support Worker:

    =         22-27 holidays per year (plus bank holidays)

    =         Free training and professional development programme

    =         Paid induction, training and enhanced DBS check

    =         Company Pension Scheme

    =         Employee Assistance Programme

    =         Childcare Vouchers

    =         Free onsite parking

    Responsibilities of a Support Worker:

    =         To act as a member of the team and assist the management staff in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the young people, closely following individual care plans and programmes.

    =         To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home to its highest possible standard.

    =         To develop skills in order that the young people’s individual health/social development needs are met.

    Requirements of a Support Worker:

    =         To be able to work as part of a team.

    =         Good verbal and written communication skills

    =         An understanding of the issues young people face

    =         Able to work shifts within a 24/7 day per week rota

    If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please apply now for a link to our online application pack.

    Closing Date: 10am, 29th October 

    Click here to view the full job description 

    Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

    We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community.

    (We reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).

      Click to Apply
    Join Care in Mind – A Unique and Innovative Approach to Supporting Young People in Care.

    Hessay, York. 

    Care in Mind provides residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old who have been discharged from psychiatric inpatient stays or secure children’s homes. The young people we care for often require a high level of support and dynamic approach to risk management in order to support problems they may have with self-harming, behaviour and emotional regulation.

    Our aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for the transition to adult life.

    As part of our continued growth, we are now looking to recruit a Waking Night Support Worker, 38.5 hours per week, £9.25 per hour (includes an unsociable hour’s payment of 50p per hour), £18,518.50 per annum. 

     

    Benefits of a Waking Night Support Worker:

    =         22-27 holidays per year (plus bank holidays)

    =         Free training and professional development programme

    =         Paid induction, training and enhanced DBS check

    =         Company Pension Scheme

    =         Employee Assistance Programme

    =         Childcare Vouchers

    =         Free onsite parking

     

    Responsibilities of a Waking Night Support Worker:

     

    =      To act as a member of the team and assist the management staff in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the young people, closely following individual care plans and programmes.

         To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home to its highest possible standard.

    =    To develop skills in order that the young people’s individual health/social development needs are met.

     

    Requirements of a Waking Night Support Worker:

     

       To be able to work as part of a team.

    =    Good verbal and written communication skills

    =    An understanding of the issues young people face

    =    Able to work evening shifts

    If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please click to apply for a link to our online application form.

    (We do reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).

    Closing Date: 10am, 29th October. 

    Click here to view the full job description

    Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process, the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

    We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community. 

    (We do reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest). 

    Click to Apply

    Join Care in Mind – A Unique and Innovative Approach to Supporting Young People in Care.

    Bury

    Care in Mind provide residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old who have been discharged from psychiatric inpatient stays or secure children’s homes. The young people we care for often require a high level of support and dynamic approach to risk management in order to support problems they may have with self-harming, behaviour and emotional regulation.

    Our aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for transition to adult life.

    As part of our continued growth we are now looking to recruit within our home in Bury.

    Part Time Support Worker - 32.5 hours per week - £8.75 ph

         Please note we do not accept CV's so it is essential you fill in our application form. 

    Benefits of a Support Worker:

    • 22-27 holidays per year (plus bank holidays)
    • Free training and professional development programme
    • Paid induction, training and enhanced DBS check
    • Company Pension Scheme
    • Employee Assistance Programme
    • Childcare Vouchers
    • Free onsite parking

    Responsibilities of a Support Worker:

    • To act as a member of the team and assist the management staff in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the young people, closely following individual care plans and programmes.
    • To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home to its highest possible standard.
    • To develop skills in order that the young people’s individual health/social development needs are met.

    Requirements of a Support Worker:

    • To be able to work as part of a team.
    • Good verbal and written communication skills
    • An understanding of the issues young people face
    • Able to work shifts within a 24/7 day per week rota

    If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please apply now for a link to our online application pack.

    Closing Date: 10am, Tuesday 30th October. 

    Click here to view the full job description 

    Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

    We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community.

    (We reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).

    Click to Apply

    Join Care in Mind – A Unique and Innovative Approach to Supporting Young People in Care.

    Preston

    Care in Mind provides residential services for young people aged 16-25 years old who have been discharged from psychiatric inpatient stays or secure children’s homes. The young people we care for often require a high level of support and dynamic approach to risk management in order to support problems they may have with self-harming, behaviour and emotional regulation.

    Our aim is to support the young people using a therapeutic approach to live in a non-secure community setting and to achieve their individual goals in preparation for the transition to adult life.

    As part of our continued growth, we are now looking to recruit a Waking Night Support Worker, 38.5 hours per week, £9.25 per hour (includes an unsociable hour’s payment of 50p per hour), £18,518.50 per annum. 

    Please note we do not accept CV's so submitting our application form is essential. 

    Benefits of a Waking Night Support Worker:

    •       22-27 holidays per year (plus bank hols)
    •       Free training and professional development programme
    •       Paid induction, training and enhanced DBS check
    •       Company Pension Scheme
    •       Employee Assistance Programme
    •       Childcare Vouchers
    •       Free onsite parking

    Responsibilities of a Waking Night Support Worker:

    •       To act as a member of the team and assist the management staff in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the young people, closely following individual care plans and programmes.
    •       To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home to its highest possible standard.
    •       To develop skills in order that the young people’s individual health/social development needs are met.

    Requirements of a Waking Night Support Worker:

    •         To be able to work as part of a team.
    •         Good verbal and written communication skills
    •        An understanding of the issues young people face
    •       Able to work evening shifts

    If you have a passion and commitment to work with young people and make a difference to their lives please click to apply for a link to our online application form.

    (We do reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).

    Closing Date: 10am, Tuesday 30th October 2018 

    Click here to view the full job description 

    Care in Mind operates a safer recruitment process and as part of this process, the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

    We are an equal opportunities employer who values diversity and positively encourages applications of all ages from all sections of the community.

    Click to Apply