"Working together across Humber, Coast and Vale"
The North Lincolnshire IAPT service is looking to recruit 1 permanent qualified Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners.
We are looking for individuals who have the energy, enthusiasm and skills to join in our multi-disciplinary team who are committed to making a difference within the North Lincolnshire Community. Staff enjoy a level of responsibility and autonomy as well as opportunities to develop and progress within a positive team environment and we are looking for candidates who could add to this. We have various staff champions within the team and pride ourselves on staff wellbeing and development.
The post holder will work within primary care settings alongside other Primary Care Mental Health Professionals providing a clinical service to people experiencing common mental health problems undertaking mental health assessments and providing brief psychological interventions in line with the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidance. Applicants will need to demonstrate a willingness and ability to work within a defined time scale of 6-8 sessions to meet the needs of Primary Care. The work will involve face to face, telephone, CBT and presenting/facilitating psycho-educational groups and workshops to service users.
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.
Safeguarding Policies for the Trust can be accessed via the document links.
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.