Locality Primary Care Mental Health Support Worker

Reference

158856

Job Type

Full or Part Time

Industry

Health / Nursing

Location

Leeds

Locality Worker - Primary Care Mental Health
Our client a registered charity, is a leading voluntary sector agency providing high quality services to improve the health and wellbeing of local people.

Locality Primary Care Mental Health Support Worker
Salary: Agenda for Change Band 4, starting at £21,892 pa / pro rata
Hours: Part time and full time roles available
Location: Leeds

Our client and their partner, Community Links, are part of the new the Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service (LMWS). This exciting new partnership will deliver an integrated service to offer primary care based mental health support for people with mild to moderate common mental health problems. Together, the partnership will help thousands of people in Leeds to increase their resilience and live their best lives within their community.

Purpose of the role

To work within Leeds’s locality based Local Care Partnerships, providing mental health support as an integral and critical part of a multi-agency and multi-disciplinary team.

You will increase the inclusivity of the LMWS, especially among communities most at risk of developing poor mental health and developing health and social inequalities, using a wide variety of engagement and delivery techniques.

Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service is a city-wide partnership of NHS partners and third sector organisations supporting mental wellbeing across Leeds, and a partnership between:

Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, Leeds GP Confederation, Northpoint Wellbeing, Women’s Counselling and Therapy Service, Home-start Leeds, Ieso Digital Health, SilverCloud Health, SignHealth, Community Links and our client.

Closing date: 29th October 2021
Interviews: 12th November 2021

Our client is an equal opportunities organisation, a Trans Positive employer and applications are welcome from all sections of the community, particularly, BME and LGBT communities and/or people with disabilities who are under-represented within the organisation.

Please note that they do not hold a sponsor licence and they do not intend to offer sponsorship for this particular role. You should therefore ensure that you have/will have the right to work in the UK to be able to undertake this role, if appointed, you will be required to provide relevant right to work documents at the point of an offer being made to you.

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