- £21,498 per annum (pro-rata for part time)
- Norwich Hub with opportunity for home working
- Closing date for all applications:
- 9.00am Friday 13th August 2021
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Ormiston Families – Children and Young People’s Mental Health Service
A partnership between Ormiston Families, MAP and the Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, the CYPMHS provides mental health support to children and young people across Norfolk & Waveney, who are experiencing early signs of mental health and emotional problems.
Emotional Wellbeing Practitioner – Advice and Access Service
We have full and part time opportunities available to support our Advice and Access Team, operating between 8.00 and 19.00.
Fixed term 12-month contracts available for both full time (35 hours per week) or part time, plus one full time permanent position.
Salary – £21,498 per annum (pro-rata for part time).
Based at the Norwich Hub with opportunity to work from home
Ormiston Families’ Children & Young People’s Mental Health Service provides mental health support to children and young people across Norfolk & Waveney, who are experiencing early signs of mental health and emotional problems.
You will work as part of the Advice & Access team, the initial point of contact for children young people and families requesting support from the service. You will undertake initial information gathering and provide self-help advice and techniques and one-off evidence-based interventions for children with mild-moderate mental health issues. This is mainly a telephone-based role with occasional face to face intervention.
You will be a highly motivated and committed individual with experience of working with young people and families.
Closing date for all applications is 9am, Friday 13th August 2021.
Ormiston Families is committed to safeguarding. We are an equal opportunities employer; we value diversity and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
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