Strong CAMHS experience required.
Hybrid Working across Conwy/Rhyl
Sugarman Mind is looking for qualified and registered Social Workers for a number of Tier 3 CAMHS services across North Wales, specifically Conwy and Rhyl. This position will include partnership work, choice assessments and care coordination, however some crisis work is also available for those interested (this is optional however).
All contracts will begin on an initial three month period, however extensions are likely for candidates willing to work long term.
- To work in line with the legislation set out by the Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010
- To participate in maintaining and facilitating the CAMHS Single Point of Access.
- To provide initial, detailed and specific mental health assessments with children and young people referred to the service and / or specific therapies to children and young people as indicated.
- To provide direct and indirect work for children / young people with severe mental health disorders.
- To participate in parent, foster carer, adoptive parent and kinship carer support and training groups where indicated
- To provide clinical assessment and therapeutic intervention / therapy in conjunction with wider CAMH Services where appropriate.
- To provide risk assessment of a range of potentially harmful behaviours and factors related to mental health disorders or deliberate self-harm this will include participating in 7 day cover for hospital based CAMHS risk assessments
- To undertake the role of Case Manager and/or Secondary Care Coordinator as defined by the Mental Health Measure (2010).
- To provide urgent and emergency assessments for young people and involving Tier 4 services if appropriate.
- To provide acute intervention where emergency situations arise in relation to children receiving support from specialist CAMHS
- To promote effective working relationships within the multi-disciplinary team by working collaboratively and jointly with other team members and professionals from other agencies
- To provide advice, consultation and supervision for support staff in school and community settings where appropriate.
- To participate in clinical discussion and case review with colleagues
- To effectively manage caseload and develop therapeutic programme and practice including necessary administration
- To promote evidence based practice by applying clinically relevant research and / or teaching of students and multi-agency groups.
This role requires predominantly service based working, but is open to both full or part time candidates on a hybrid basis. You must be able to commute to the service for the full duration of the contract.
Accommodation can be supported, more information will be provided upon application.
Rates are negotiable based on experience.
You must be registered with the NMC, HCPC or Social Work England (depending on your profession), and have right to work in the UK.
For more information, please apply today or contact me via email.