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Mental Health Support Worker Job In Brighton, Brighton And Hove

Published 2021-12-16
Expires 2022-01-16
ID #795987583
15 £
Mental Health Support Worker Job In Brighton, Brighton And Hove
United Kingdom, East Sussex, Brighton,
Published December 16, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Hourly
Occupation: Mental health support worker
Min. Salary: 10.00


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Fantastic opportunity to develop career in mental health.
- Excellent rates of hourly pay, paid weekly.
- 40+ hours per week
- Flexible shifts to suit you, including days, weekends and nights.
- Long 12hr shifts - days or nights.
We are registering experienced support professionals to work on an ongoing, temporary basis at a private mental hospital in West Sussex.
You will work on a shift basis, between 10 to 40+ hours per week, depending on your availability.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
• Help to maintain high standard of individual patient care and rehabilitation.
• Receive and act upon handovers, reports and instructions.
• Take all possible precautions to safeguard the welfare and safety of staff, patients, visitors and the public by implementing all policies and procedures.
• Report accidents and untoward incidents to patients, visitors or staff.
• Be aware of the psychological, social, physical and spiritual needs of all patients.
• Through observation, monitor and inform nursing staff of any changes in patients’ physical/psychological condition, or other significant factors.
• Escort patients under the direction of the Nurse in Charge.
• Be courteous and helpful to patients and their families.
• Notify Team Leader of special needs and problems in the unit.
KEY REQUIREMENTS
We are keen to hear from people with the following:
Essential:
- 12 months previous employment within a social care role.
- Mandatory care training.
- Able to work 12 hour shifts (daytime or "waking night" shifts).
- Able to work flexibly, often at short notice.
- Reliable, punctual and well organised.
- Able to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
- Professional manner, with strong communication skills and neat handwriting
- Physically fit and healthy, fully mobile, able to engage in physical restraint.
- Ability to take on board instructions and follow procedures.
- Knowledge of confidentiality requirements.
- Resilient nature, prepared to deal with difficult situations, while recognising limitations.
- Strong awareness of health & safety and risk management.
- Stable personality, with a mature disposition.
Ideally:
- Experience working within a relevant mental health setting (secure / forensic) and / or supporting clients with mental health issues.
- NVQ / QCF level 2 / 3 qualification in Health & Social Care.
- Training in control & restraint / physical intervention for secure mental health settings.
- Training and / or knowledge of the Mental Health Act and specifically its implications for the treatment and detainment of individuals

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    Lime Staffing
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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