BWC is currently recruiting for a women’s* Mental Health Support Coordinator. The Mental Health Support Coordinator (MHSC) will work with women who have multiple complex needs as well as mental health and physical health conditions. The MHSC will engage with and offer interventions that will support clients to promote their emotional well-being and recovery. She will facilitate a high level of coordination and cooperation between services to support the needs of clients. She will adopt a relational, trauma-informed, asset-based approach that is underpinned by co-production with the client.
The MHSC will work in partnership with the NHS Primary Care Networks; MHSCs from other organisations including Southdowns; UOK partnership of commissioned local mental health & wellbeing providers; and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, developing and maintaining excellent liaison and communication with them.
BWC offers staff members a generous package of benefits including a wellbeing allowance and a well-being hour during the working week; clinical supervision; reflective group practice; access to therapeutic debrief as required; a comprehensive training package; opportunities for continuing professional development; staff social events; flexible working opportunities and a caring, understanding work environment that appreciates the complexities of women’s working and home lives.
Job title: Mental Health Support Coordinator
Responsible to: BWC Senior Practitioner
Working hours: 18 hours per week within normal office hours 9am – 5pm. Local travel will be expected
Work locations: Brighton & Hove. Occasional travel to other BWC premises as required.
Contract details: Fixed term until March 2023 with possibility of extension
Salary: £13,104 (FTE £25,481)
Closing date for applications: 5pm, Monday 22nd August 2022
Interview date: TBC
For the full job description, person specification and more information on BWC please download the Job Application pack. To apply please complete an application form and equalities monitoring form and return these to email@example.com before the deadline.
We do not accept CVs.
BWC is committed to inclusion and diversity and actively encourage applications from women from a variety of backgrounds, and with a range of skills and experiences. We are particularly interested to hear from women who have personal experience of the criminal justice system, those with disabilities and those from Black or Racially Minoritised Communities who are currently under-represented in the organisation.
*This post is restricted to self-identifying women only as a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9 paragraph 1, Equality Act 2010 and is subject to an enhanced DBS check.