SPECIALIST MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDER
Location: East of England Salary: £40K > £45k
Our client is a specialist health and social care provider with services that support individuals with autism, mental health needs, learning disability and complex needs. To maximize individuals needs and their independence, the services provide a pathway and range from locked rehabilitation to residential services and onto supported living. Passionate about quality, this organisation supports people to achieve their full potential; with empathy, belief and exceptional training, the focus is to bring out the very best for the people who are supported and for those who are employed.
Reporting to the General Manager, the post holder will play a key role in creating an environment in which the team are engaged with the goals and values of the organisation. You will provide leadership to the nursing and care team with specific responsibility for dedicated services. You will be responsible for supporting people who present with needs that range of ASD and mental health needs and behaviours that may challenge service delivery. The post holder will provide clinical and managerial leadership, advice and support that ensures the highest standards of care delivery. The post holder will maintain regular contact with those who commission and regulate services and work with the clinical team to reshape services and establish services for those who have very specific care needs.
A truly exciting opportunity for qualified mental health professionals, RMN or RNLD who have experience of managing and leading teams in a locked rehabilitation or residential environment, with some experience of working with those with autism, who have a learning disability or present with complex needs. You will have a passion for ensuring the highest standards of care, have a thorough understanding of statutory regulations in relation to specialist services, the ability to communicate at all levels, be numerate and articulate, competent at care planning and key worker systems and used to liaising with CQC, Safeguarding Authorities and Commissioners of Care.