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Advanced Clinical Support Worker

National Health Service

Reading, HC
5 days ago
Reading, HC
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year
5 days ago
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year

Job Reference: 371-HOI418-NS

Employer:
Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Mental Health Inpatients
Location:
Reading
Salary:
£21,892 - £24,157 per annum

These are the values that we live by at Berkshire Healthcare:

  • Caring for and about you is our top priority
  • Committed to providing good quality, safe services
  • working Together with you to develop innovative solutions

We welcome people who share these values to come and work for us.

Please find attached the behaviour framework that underpins these values for this job role.


Mental Health Older Adult Band 4 Advanced Clinical Support Worker – Orchid Ward, Prospect Park Hospital, Reading

If you are looking to progress your mental health career pathway, Orchid ward can offer you a great environment that will enable you to develop your skills, knowledge and confidence as an Advanced Clinical Support worker. Our flexible working patterns consisting of short days (7.5hrs), long days (12hrs) & nights (10.75hrs) give colleagues options that support an improved work life balance.

Orchid is a mixed 20 bed Ward that provides care for older adults with functional mental health conditions. Based in Reading, located close to the amenities of the town centre and a leafy park, the ward works closely with patients and families to help them to identify their needs and participate actively in their care, providing a place of empathy, kindness and compassion. We have created a culture where everyone has a voice and where service users and staff collaborate to make positive change.

With experience working in a healthcare setting, you will hold a relevant healthcare qualification, including a BCS in Psychology or NVQ/Foundation Degree and demonstrate knowledge and skills gained as a senior support worker, an occupational therapy assistant or similar role.

Enthusiastic and with a passion for caring for patients with complex needs, you will have a warm personality and the resilience to help us transform our patients’ lives. Calm, confident and assertive in emotionally demanding situations, you will be astute at setting and maintaining professional boundaries. Providing compassionate, patient-centred care, you will be an inspirational member of our team, contributing to the continual improvement of our service. Supporting our highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team, you will have opportunities to lead projects focused on patient engagement and experience, discharge planning and quality improvement, and supervise and mentor less qualified colleagues.

In return for your energy and drive, you will be rewarded with the support of a dedicated team that strives to create a progressive, warm and empathetic environment, where you will play a vital role in helping us achieve our ambitions to become a ‘Centre of Excellence’.

About the Job

  • To contribute to the clinical management of designated service users, in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating care. Participate in undertaking joint risk assessments and support the development and review of risk management and care-plans with patients and their carers to an identified group within their level of competency under the supervision of a registered professional.
  • Support the admission and discharge process of patients by completing aspects of the process which they have been assessed as competent to undertake. This may include aspects of core assessment and supporting the team in MDT reviews.
  • To identify opportunities for therapeutic activities and provide and supervise these as appropriate, providing emotional support and stability to patients through 1:1 and group work and ensuring effective engagement whilst maintaining professional boundaries.
  • Delegate work where appropriate and support junior staff and students in actively engaging in a range of therapeutic patient activity.
  • To ensure effective communication with patients, relatives and carers, visitors, staff and others acknowledging and addressing barriers to understanding.

Some of the benefits of joining our team:

  • Agenda for Change Salary ranging from £21,892 to £24,157 per annum
  • Flexible working opportunities and a strong emphasis on your work, life balance
  • Annual leave – 27 days for new starters, plus bank holidays. Increasing to 29 days after 5 years and 33 days after 10 years NHS service. Pro rata for part time staff
  • Excellent learning and development opportunities
  • Salary sacrifice scheme for a new car
  • Access to onsite library
  • Generous maternity, paternity and adoption leave for eligible staff
  • Advanced IT enablement and support
  • Confidential telephone care service providing independent support and advice for staff.
  • And so much more

The “must haves” for you to be considered for this role:

  1. Degree in a health related subject or qualification e.g NVQ/QCF, or significant equivalent experience in inpatient mental health setting with a willingness to undertake required level 5 health care qualification
  2. Robust and relevant experience within healthcare settings
  3. Experience working within inpatient mental health settings
  4. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing at all levels

If you recognise yourself in these requirements, we would recommend you apply today!

We are happy to answer any questions that you may have. Please don’t hesitate to call: Leina Lejuta on 0118 960 5336 or email: Keitsesepe.Lejuta@berkshire.nhs.uk who’ll be delighted to help.



We are committed to equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of any protected characteristics. Reasonable adjustments will be made for disabled applicants where required.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through the NHS Jobs website, and furthermore, that as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post you are agreeing to Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are appointed to a post information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

Appointment to any position is conditional on the satisfactory completion of the core NHS Employment Checks Standards. Information disclosed in your application will be checked and any offer of appointment may be withdrawn if you knowingly withhold information or provide false or misleading information.

The Trust may close any vacancy prior to the advertised closing date due to the high level of responses we receive for some of our vacancies.

Berkshire Healthcare Foundation Trust is committed to improving the health of its staff, patients and the wider community by providing a smoke free environment. A smoke free policy is in operation and smoking is not permitted on any of the Trust’s sites.

The Trust is also committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow safe recruitment practices to protect children, young people and vulnerable adults.

NO AGENCIES TO CONTACT BERKSHIRE HEALTHCARE DIRECTLY PLEASE

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Associate Practitioner - Dementia

National Health Service

Basingstoke, Southern
4 days ago
Basingstoke, Southern
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year
4 days ago
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year

Job Reference: 251-MED7515-JA-DEM

Employer:
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Dementia Care
Location:
Basingstoke, Basingstoke
Salary:
£21,892 - £24,157 pa

Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides services through its three hospitals in Andover, Basingstoke and Winchester. We provide all general hospital services for planned and emergency care as well as specialist services.


Band 4 Associate Practitioner - Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated Band 4 Associate Practitioner in Dementia care to join our Hospital Dementia Team

Location:

Main base in Basingstoke & North Hampshire Hospital but will be required to cover across site to cover leave

Role Description:

The Role of the Nurse Associate Practitioner is to (assist and) support the Admiral Nurses in ensuring optimal care for the patients living with Dementia. We work across all wards and Departments within the trust supporting the staff in delivering the highest standard of person centred care to both our patients living with Dementia and their carers/families.

The Associate Practitioner will also support the Admiral Nurses in managing the day to day running of the shift and this includes supporting the Dementia band 3 clinical support workers, the Dementia Bank Team and the Dementia Volunteers.

They will also assist in delivering our various in-house Dementia Training, carer cafes, social dining and various activity groups.

We would welcome Therapy and other Multi Disciplinary Team applicants

What we look for:

  • An interest and experience in Dementia
  • Someone who likes to work as part of a close virtual multi disciplinary team
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Leadership skills

What we Offer:

  • Comprehensive multidisciplinary working in a supportive environment, linking closely with all wards within the Acute Hospital.
  • The opportunity to develop a holistic approach to person centred care care
  • Opportunities to participate and lead on quality improvement projects in Dementia
  • We offer training opportunities and support with other aspects to aid career progression.

Who we are:

We are team of Admiral Nurses, Associate Practitioners and Senior Clinical Support workers. We also have a Dementia Bank HCA Team and the Dementia Volunteers within HHFT. The service aims to assess patients and work with both them and their loved ones to provide a high standard of Person Centred care whilst they are within our Trust

About the trust:

The vision at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is to provide outstanding care for every patient. We serve a population of nearly 600,000 people across Hampshire and West Berkshire as well as some people who access our specialist services from across the country.

Created in January 2012 the Foundation Trust prioritises the provision of exceptional, compassionate, care delivered by the valued staff working in a culture of collaboration and mutual respect. HHFT employs circa 6,000 people and had a turnover of £382m in 17/18

Four core values (CARE) Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Encourage. These are in place to support of four clear objectives, provide outstanding care of patients, empowering all members of staff, sustainable growth and innovating for the future

For further details / informal visits contact:

Rachel Hayden - Admiral Nurse

rachel.hayden@hhft.nhs.uk

07917267015



Our commitment to you:

We are committed to equality and diversity in both the provision of our services and how we recruit and manage our staff. Applications are encouraged from everyone with the necessary attributes for the job, irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity.

The paperwork:

  • Shortlisted candidates will be contacted at least 5 working days before the scheduled interview date. After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred third party recruitment system (Trac). All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. As all communication regarding your application will be made via email, please ensure you check your junk/spam folders as emails are sometimes filtered there.
  • All new staff will be subject to a probationary period covering their first six months in post.
  • In compliance with Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016, all applicants must be able to communicate fluently in English to an appropriate standard which will be assessed as part of the selection process.

  • Note to vacancy advertisers: Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust operates a strict process regarding the advertising of vacancies, details of which may only be reproduced with the written permission of the person authorised by the Trust to place the advert. Any orders obtained via unsolicited routes (including individuals not so authorised) will not be paid and the circumstances will be reported to our counter fraud specialist.

This vacancy may close before the current listed closing date. If you intend to apply you are advised not to delay submitting your completed application.

Please kindly note: If you have applied for this role within our Trust in the last 3 months and have not been successful your new application may not be considered.

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Advanced Clinical Support Worker

National Health Service

Reading, HC
5 days ago
Reading, HC
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year
5 days ago
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year

Job Reference: 371-HOI418-NS

Employer:
Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Mental Health Inpatients
Location:
Reading
Salary:
£21,892 - £24,157 per annum

These are the values that we live by at Berkshire Healthcare:

  • Caring for and about you is our top priority
  • Committed to providing good quality, safe services
  • working Together with you to develop innovative solutions

We welcome people who share these values to come and work for us.

Please find attached the behaviour framework that underpins these values for this job role.


Mental Health Older Adult Band 4 Advanced Clinical Support Worker – Orchid Ward, Prospect Park Hospital, Reading

If you are looking to progress your mental health career pathway, Orchid ward can offer you a great environment that will enable you to develop your skills, knowledge and confidence as an Advanced Clinical Support worker. Our flexible working patterns consisting of short days (7.5hrs), long days (12hrs) & nights (10.75hrs) give colleagues options that support an improved work life balance.

Orchid is a mixed 20 bed Ward that provides care for older adults with functional mental health conditions. Based in Reading, located close to the amenities of the town centre and a leafy park, the ward works closely with patients and families to help them to identify their needs and participate actively in their care, providing a place of empathy, kindness and compassion. We have created a culture where everyone has a voice and where service users and staff collaborate to make positive change.

With experience working in a healthcare setting, you will hold a relevant healthcare qualification, including a BCS in Psychology or NVQ/Foundation Degree and demonstrate knowledge and skills gained as a senior support worker, an occupational therapy assistant or similar role.

Enthusiastic and with a passion for caring for patients with complex needs, you will have a warm personality and the resilience to help us transform our patients’ lives. Calm, confident and assertive in emotionally demanding situations, you will be astute at setting and maintaining professional boundaries. Providing compassionate, patient-centred care, you will be an inspirational member of our team, contributing to the continual improvement of our service. Supporting our highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team, you will have opportunities to lead projects focused on patient engagement and experience, discharge planning and quality improvement, and supervise and mentor less qualified colleagues.

In return for your energy and drive, you will be rewarded with the support of a dedicated team that strives to create a progressive, warm and empathetic environment, where you will play a vital role in helping us achieve our ambitions to become a ‘Centre of Excellence’.

About the Job

  • To contribute to the clinical management of designated service users, in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating care. Participate in undertaking joint risk assessments and support the development and review of risk management and care-plans with patients and their carers to an identified group within their level of competency under the supervision of a registered professional.
  • Support the admission and discharge process of patients by completing aspects of the process which they have been assessed as competent to undertake. This may include aspects of core assessment and supporting the team in MDT reviews.
  • To identify opportunities for therapeutic activities and provide and supervise these as appropriate, providing emotional support and stability to patients through 1:1 and group work and ensuring effective engagement whilst maintaining professional boundaries.
  • Delegate work where appropriate and support junior staff and students in actively engaging in a range of therapeutic patient activity.
  • To ensure effective communication with patients, relatives and carers, visitors, staff and others acknowledging and addressing barriers to understanding.

Some of the benefits of joining our team:

  • Agenda for Change Salary ranging from £21,892 to £24,157 per annum
  • Flexible working opportunities and a strong emphasis on your work, life balance
  • Annual leave – 27 days for new starters, plus bank holidays. Increasing to 29 days after 5 years and 33 days after 10 years NHS service. Pro rata for part time staff
  • Excellent learning and development opportunities
  • Salary sacrifice scheme for a new car
  • Access to onsite library
  • Generous maternity, paternity and adoption leave for eligible staff
  • Advanced IT enablement and support
  • Confidential telephone care service providing independent support and advice for staff.
  • And so much more

The “must haves” for you to be considered for this role:

  1. Degree in a health related subject or qualification e.g NVQ/QCF, or significant equivalent experience in inpatient mental health setting with a willingness to undertake required level 5 health care qualification
  2. Robust and relevant experience within healthcare settings
  3. Experience working within inpatient mental health settings
  4. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing at all levels

If you recognise yourself in these requirements, we would recommend you apply today!

We are happy to answer any questions that you may have. Please don’t hesitate to call: Leina Lejuta on 0118 960 5336 or email: Keitsesepe.Lejuta@berkshire.nhs.uk who’ll be delighted to help.



We are committed to equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of any protected characteristics. Reasonable adjustments will be made for disabled applicants where required.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through the NHS Jobs website, and furthermore, that as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post you are agreeing to Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are appointed to a post information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

Appointment to any position is conditional on the satisfactory completion of the core NHS Employment Checks Standards. Information disclosed in your application will be checked and any offer of appointment may be withdrawn if you knowingly withhold information or provide false or misleading information.

The Trust may close any vacancy prior to the advertised closing date due to the high level of responses we receive for some of our vacancies.

Berkshire Healthcare Foundation Trust is committed to improving the health of its staff, patients and the wider community by providing a smoke free environment. A smoke free policy is in operation and smoking is not permitted on any of the Trust’s sites.

The Trust is also committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow safe recruitment practices to protect children, young people and vulnerable adults.

NO AGENCIES TO CONTACT BERKSHIRE HEALTHCARE DIRECTLY PLEASE

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Community Staff Nurse

National Health Service

Alton, Southern
5 days ago
Alton, Southern
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
5 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 348-MNH-082W

Employer:
Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Basingstoke
Location:
Alton
Salary:
£24,907 to £30,615 pa

Southern Health is one of the largest Foundation Trusts in the UK, specialising in mental health, adult and child community health and learning disabilities.


This is an exciting time, as we work towards an integrated MDT approach which recognises the important role that the Community Nurses play in supporting patients to remain at home. If you want to contribute to the delivery of high standard patient care we would like to hear from you. As part of a multi-disciplinary team of doctors, nurses, therapists, health care support workers and social workers our focus is on delivering nursing care at home to optimise health and independence or support patients at the end of their lives. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and expect all staff to share this.

Southern Health takes pride in being caring, competent and compassionate, and we expect our staff to commit to and demonstrate these values. We offer excellent development opportunities and training that can be directed towards your needs/goals.

Applicants must be effective communicators, hard-working, flexible, organised, able to work independently and prepared to learn new skills. A keen interest in working with adults and older people in their own homes is essential. You must have a driving license and will be required to work a shift pattern covering 7 days a week from 8am to 11pm.

Successful candidates will be offered clinical supervision, training opportunities, access to the NHS pension scheme and a mileage allowance.

No car…no problem!’ The Trust offers a lease car scheme, subject to eligibility, if you are interested in more information please contact Hollie Winkworth on 02380 475160

Watch our video to see why you should work with us!
Follow us on Facebook and on Twitter:

facebook.com/SouthernHealthNHS

@Southern_NHSFT



We positively encourage applications from all sections of the community and we are committed to equal opportunities. We strongly encourage candidates to read all available information to support their application, please use the application form to demonstrate that you meet the requirements laid out in the job description and person specification.
Previous applicants need not apply within a six month period for the same role.

A DBS check is required by the Employer for this post. The Employer will undertake an initial check at the appropriate level on appointment. As a condition of employment you are required to register with the online DBS update service and maintain this registration throughout employment; costs associated with this will be reimbursed, subject to taxation in line with guidance from HMRC.

Any personal information you provide will be treated in the strictest confidence and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND ADULTS AT RISK

Southern Health Foundation Trust (SHFT) is committed to promoting the welfare and safeguarding of children, young people and adults at risk of abuse and neglect. As an employee, you are accountable to ensure that you know to how to respond when you are concerned for the safety of a child, young person or adult at risk, applying the principles of the Family Approach to ensure evidence based analysis, risk management and appropriate action and escalation. SHFT require staff to work effectively together using the Family Approach to achieve better outcomes for adults, children and families. The Trust will support you in this duty by providing ongoing training, support and advice and have a Corporate Safeguarding Team who can be contacted for guidance and the provision of safeguarding supervision.

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Community Mental Health Nurse

National Health Service

Basingstoke / Parklands Hospital, Southern
6 days ago
Basingstoke / Parklands Hospital, Southern
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
6 days ago
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 348-MNH-050I

Employer:
Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
OPMH - North CMHT
Location:
Basingstoke / Parklands Hospital
Salary:
£31,365 to £37,890 pa

Southern Health is one of the largest Foundation Trusts in the UK, specialising in mental health, adult and child community health and learning disabilities.


**** Our Trust is offering “£2,500 Golden Hello Payment” to successful candidates outside of Hampshire and Isle of Wight! ***

Are you ready for a new challenge? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a registered band 6 mental health practitioner to join the Basingstoke OPMH CMHT based at The Bridge Centre.

Basingstoke OPMH CMHT are a forward thinking team that is currently looking for motivated and enthusiastic practitioner to join our Older Peoples Community Mental Health Team.

To be a successful applicant you must have a genuine interest in working with older people and be able to demonstrate a real commitment to providing high quality and compassionate care to patients and their families/carers. You will play an important role in the team as we aspire to provide excellent patient care and develop our services in line with national and local drivers.

You will be expected to work collaboratively with the wider multidisciplinary team providing and implementing programs of care and evaluating and communicating effectively with other parts of the service; developing close working relationships with the PCN’s (primary care networks) with your caseload aligned to GP surgeries.

You will be required to support and develop both Health Care Support Workers and Students within the work place. Caseload management and supervision are key aspects of the role alongside, duty cover, carrying a clinical caseload, delivering recovery based community interventions and formulating personalised care plans with a focus on individual need informed by the triangle of care standards.

The post holder will be expected to work with a high degree of autonomy and professional accountability and will have excellent time management skills. Car driver essential.

Further enquiries and informal visits are welcome please contact Clare King, 01256 376458 or clare.king1@southernhealth.nhs.uk



We positively encourage applications from all sections of the community and we are committed to equal opportunities. We strongly encourage candidates to read all available information to support their application, please use the application form to demonstrate that you meet the requirements laid out in the job description and person specification.
Previous applicants need not apply within a six month period for the same role.

A DBS check is required by the Employer for this post. The Employer will undertake an initial check at the appropriate level on appointment. As a condition of employment you are required to register with the online DBS update service and maintain this registration throughout employment; costs associated with this will be reimbursed, subject to taxation in line with guidance from HMRC.

Any personal information you provide will be treated in the strictest confidence and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND ADULTS AT RISK

Southern Health Foundation Trust (SHFT) is committed to promoting the welfare and safeguarding of children, young people and adults at risk of abuse and neglect. As an employee, you are accountable to ensure that you know to how to respond when you are concerned for the safety of a child, young person or adult at risk, applying the principles of the Family Approach to ensure evidence based analysis, risk management and appropriate action and escalation. SHFT require staff to work effectively together using the Family Approach to achieve better outcomes for adults, children and families. The Trust will support you in this duty by providing ongoing training, support and advice and have a Corporate Safeguarding Team who can be contacted for guidance and the provision of safeguarding supervision.

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Specialist Occupational Therapist

National Health Service

Basingstoke, Southern
Today
Basingstoke, Southern
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
Today
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 348-MNH-214G

Employer:
Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Community Therapy North
Location:
Basingstoke
Salary:
£31,365 to £37,890 pa

Southern Health is one of the largest Foundation Trusts in the UK, specialising in mental health, adult and child community health and learning disabilities.


*********£2500 ‘Golden Hello’ Payment**********

Apply now and If you are successfully recruited you will receive £2500- does not apply to current HIOW NHS Staff

Welcome to Hampshire! A place that boasts a beautiful coastline, beaches and the South Downs National Park, close to Southampton and excellent rail links. Come and join our friendly, sociable, experienced team working within Integrated Intermediate Care service covering the North Hampshire Area. Our community teams are based in Alton and Basingstoke covering the North Hampshire area, providing rehabilitation for both integrated intermediate care and long term condition.

Due to the increased demand for rehabilitation following Covid19, opportunities have arisen for experienced, dynamic and innovative Occupational Therapists to join our community teams in North Hampshire. Our teams are friendly, dedicated and forward thinking and these posts offer an excellent opportunity to develop clinical, service development and leadership skills and to shape the future of Therapy Services across North Hampshire through Integrated Intermediate Care.

You will be part of a friendly and supportive integrated team which includes physiotherapists, occupational therapists and nurses alongside rehabilitation and health care support workers and therapy associate practitioners, using an inter-professional model of working. Our teams work closely with colleagues in Hampshire County Council and Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust to provide the best care and outcomes for our population.

The Trust is committed to improving patient experience and clinical outcomes by looking at new ways of working. It is essential that you possess a current driving license and have access to a car for work purposes. Good IT skills are required as electronic patient records are used. The services operate over a 7 day week and as such some weekend working will be included in rostered working patterns.


We encourage you to contact us for an informal chat or visit. We look forward to hearing from you.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Louise Halford, OT Lead, Louise.Halford@southernhealth.nhs.uk



We positively encourage applications from all sections of the community and we are committed to equal opportunities. We strongly encourage candidates to read all available information to support their application, please use the application form to demonstrate that you meet the requirements laid out in the job description and person specification.
Previous applicants need not apply within a six month period for the same role.

A DBS check is required by the Employer for this post. The Employer will undertake an initial check at the appropriate level on appointment. As a condition of employment you are required to register with the online DBS update service and maintain this registration throughout employment; costs associated with this will be reimbursed, subject to taxation in line with guidance from HMRC.

Any personal information you provide will be treated in the strictest confidence and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND ADULTS AT RISK

Southern Health Foundation Trust (SHFT) is committed to promoting the welfare and safeguarding of children, young people and adults at risk of abuse and neglect. As an employee, you are accountable to ensure that you know to how to respond when you are concerned for the safety of a child, young person or adult at risk, applying the principles of the Family Approach to ensure evidence based analysis, risk management and appropriate action and escalation. SHFT require staff to work effectively together using the Family Approach to achieve better outcomes for adults, children and families. The Trust will support you in this duty by providing ongoing training, support and advice and have a Corporate Safeguarding Team who can be contacted for guidance and the provision of safeguarding supervision.

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Associate Practitioner - Dementia

National Health Service

Basingstoke, Southern
4 days ago
Basingstoke, Southern
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year
4 days ago
£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year

Job Reference: 251-MED7515-JA-DEM

Employer:
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Dementia Care
Location:
Basingstoke, Basingstoke
Salary:
£21,892 - £24,157 pa

Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides services through its three hospitals in Andover, Basingstoke and Winchester. We provide all general hospital services for planned and emergency care as well as specialist services.


Band 4 Associate Practitioner - Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

We are looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated Band 4 Associate Practitioner in Dementia care to join our Hospital Dementia Team

Location:

Main base in Basingstoke & North Hampshire Hospital but will be required to cover across site to cover leave

Role Description:

The Role of the Nurse Associate Practitioner is to (assist and) support the Admiral Nurses in ensuring optimal care for the patients living with Dementia. We work across all wards and Departments within the trust supporting the staff in delivering the highest standard of person centred care to both our patients living with Dementia and their carers/families.

The Associate Practitioner will also support the Admiral Nurses in managing the day to day running of the shift and this includes supporting the Dementia band 3 clinical support workers, the Dementia Bank Team and the Dementia Volunteers.

They will also assist in delivering our various in-house Dementia Training, carer cafes, social dining and various activity groups.

We would welcome Therapy and other Multi Disciplinary Team applicants

What we look for:

  • An interest and experience in Dementia
  • Someone who likes to work as part of a close virtual multi disciplinary team
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Leadership skills

What we Offer:

  • Comprehensive multidisciplinary working in a supportive environment, linking closely with all wards within the Acute Hospital.
  • The opportunity to develop a holistic approach to person centred care care
  • Opportunities to participate and lead on quality improvement projects in Dementia
  • We offer training opportunities and support with other aspects to aid career progression.

Who we are:

We are team of Admiral Nurses, Associate Practitioners and Senior Clinical Support workers. We also have a Dementia Bank HCA Team and the Dementia Volunteers within HHFT. The service aims to assess patients and work with both them and their loved ones to provide a high standard of Person Centred care whilst they are within our Trust

About the trust:

The vision at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is to provide outstanding care for every patient. We serve a population of nearly 600,000 people across Hampshire and West Berkshire as well as some people who access our specialist services from across the country.

Created in January 2012 the Foundation Trust prioritises the provision of exceptional, compassionate, care delivered by the valued staff working in a culture of collaboration and mutual respect. HHFT employs circa 6,000 people and had a turnover of £382m in 17/18

Four core values (CARE) Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Encourage. These are in place to support of four clear objectives, provide outstanding care of patients, empowering all members of staff, sustainable growth and innovating for the future

For further details / informal visits contact:

Rachel Hayden - Admiral Nurse

rachel.hayden@hhft.nhs.uk

07917267015



Our commitment to you:

We are committed to equality and diversity in both the provision of our services and how we recruit and manage our staff. Applications are encouraged from everyone with the necessary attributes for the job, irrespective of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity.

The paperwork:

  • Shortlisted candidates will be contacted at least 5 working days before the scheduled interview date. After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred third party recruitment system (Trac). All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. As all communication regarding your application will be made via email, please ensure you check your junk/spam folders as emails are sometimes filtered there.
  • All new staff will be subject to a probationary period covering their first six months in post.
  • In compliance with Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016, all applicants must be able to communicate fluently in English to an appropriate standard which will be assessed as part of the selection process.

  • Note to vacancy advertisers: Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust operates a strict process regarding the advertising of vacancies, details of which may only be reproduced with the written permission of the person authorised by the Trust to place the advert. Any orders obtained via unsolicited routes (including individuals not so authorised) will not be paid and the circumstances will be reported to our counter fraud specialist.

This vacancy may close before the current listed closing date. If you intend to apply you are advised not to delay submitting your completed application.

Please kindly note: If you have applied for this role within our Trust in the last 3 months and have not been successful your new application may not be considered.

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Data & IT Manager

National Health Service

Basingstoke, Southern
4 days ago
Basingstoke, Southern
4 days ago

Data & IT Manager

Crown Heights Medical Centre

The closing date is 12 March 2021

Job overview

To deliver proactive, timely and fully comprehensive data collation, analysis and reporting, to optimise practice income and to also provide clinicians and management with necessary data.

Main duties of the job

Working with the clinical and non-clinical team to manage national and local contracts.

To work unsupervised and use initiative, resourcefulness, and lead in order to ensure timely and complete data reporting.

First-line IT support, in liaison with local IT subcontractor and other system suppliers.

About us

We are a large GP Practice based in the centre of Basingstoke, with 17 GPs, 11 Nurses and HCAs, and 25 Receptionists and Administration staff serving the primary care health needs of circa 27,000 patients.

We are a busy surgery which has historically utilised technology to optimise patient services.

Job description

Job responsibilities

Manager Data and IT Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION

REPORTING TO: Practice Manager

HOURS: 37.5 Hours per week, Monday to Friday

JOB SUMMARY

To deliver proactive, timely and fully comprehensive data collation, analysis and reporting, to optimise practice income and to also provide clinicians and management with necessary data.

Working with the clinical and non-clinical team to manage national and local contracts.

To work unsupervised and use initiative, resourcefulness, and lead in order to ensure timely and complete data reporting.

First-line IT support, in liaison with local IT subcontractor and other system suppliers.

Job Responsibilities

1. Team Leadership

Be a part of the Senior Management Team in the surgery and help shape the service to patients, at all times ensuring high quality service is delivered.

Support a team of data administrators who are responsible for scanning, coding, pathology, patient reports, patient registrations and QOF recalls.

2. Administration

Undertake all necessary contract administration to ensure that the Practice maximises its income from the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF), enhanced services and local contracts.

To ensure that all QOF records are accurate, up-to-date and made available to clinicians as needed.

Maintain the monthly and quarterly combined recalls.

Maintain and update EMIS Web coding relating to contractual indicators.

Maintain and update call/recalls and call list for reception and administration staff.

Ensure that appropriate correspondence, reports, results etc are recorded, actioned and stored in accordance with Practice protocol and the Data Protection Act.

Respond to requests for QOF updates and other contracts from clinicians.

Keep up to date with changes to QOF, enhanced services and GMS contract as required.

3. Information Technology

Optimise the use of tools such as AccuRx, eConsult, Q-Health to manage recall and communication with patients.

Keep abreast of technology changes and review and make recommendations to the Management Team of opportunities.

First line support for all staff for both hardware and software issues.

Ensure all third party software products are up to date.

4. Maintenance

Maintain various user databases with starters and leavers

Maintain Data Sharing Agreements

Maintain web site and patient information systems, including paper based leaflets

Maintain templates and protocols to ensure ease and accuracy of input

Ensure consumable stocks are at appropriate levels

5. Reporting

Work with the Finance Manager to ensure claims to NHSE and HCC are accurate

Identify prevalence shortfalls and work with the wider clinical team to deliver improvement

Monitor and report on progress against contract targets

Update Data Security returns and maintain online reporting of same

6. Ad hoc tasks

The Practice has a multi-functional team, and the job holder will be expected to undertake tasks outside of the role on an ad hoc basis.

7. Team Work

Work proactively as a member of the Management Team

Assist the Management Team in implementing a QA function within the surgery including being accountable for aspects of QA

Provide support to the Practice Manager and clinicians to ensure the efficient discharge of all duties as required

Have a responsible and flexible approach to duties and availability.

Participate actively in training, meetings, Practice and personal development.

Train clinicians and non-clinicians in the use of systems

Represent the surgery at review meetings as required

Establish and maintain high-level standards and expectations for performance. Be constantly aware of what is the best use of own time; manage interruptions effectively.

Confidentiality:

  • In the course of seeking treatment, patients entrust us with, or allow us to gather, sensitive information in relation to their health and other matters. They do so in confidence and have the right to expect that staff will respect their privacy and act appropriately
  • In the performance of the duties outlined in this job description, the post-holder may have access to confidential information relating to patients and their carers, practice staff and other healthcare workers. They may also have access to information relating to the practice as a business organisation. All such information from any source is to be regarded as strictly confidential
  • Information relating to patients, carers, colleagues, other healthcare workers or the business of the practice may only be divulged to authorised persons in accordance with the practice policies and procedures relating to confidentiality and the protection of personal and sensitive data

Health & safety:

The post-holder will implement and lead on the full range of promotion and management of their own and others health, safety and security as defined in the practice health & safety policy, the practice health & safety manual, and the practice infection control policy and published procedures. This will include (but will not be limited to):

  • Ensuring job holders across the practice adhere to their individual responsibilities for infection control and health and safety, using a system of observation, audit and check, hazard identification, questioning, reporting and risk management.
  • Maintaining an up-to-date knowledge of health and safety and infection control (statutory and best practice guidelines) and ensure implementation across the business
  • Using personal security systems within the workplace, according to practice guidelines
  • Identifying the risks involved in work activities and undertaking such activities in a way that manages those risks across the business
  • Making effective use of training to update knowledge and skills, and initiate and manage the training of others
  • Using appropriate infection control procedures, maintaining work areas in a tidy and safe way and free from hazards, and initiating remedial / corrective action where needed
  • Actively identifying, reporting, and correcting health and safety hazards and infection hazards immediately when recognised
  • Keeping own work areas and general / patient areas generally clean, identifying issues and hazards / risks in relation to other work areas within the business, and assuming responsibility in the maintenance of general standards of cleanliness across the business in consultation (where appropriate) with other sector managers
  • Undertaking periodic infection control training (minimum annually)
  • Routine management of own team / team areas, and maintenance of work space standards
  • Demonstrate due regard for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

Equality and Diversity:

The post-holder will support the equality, diversity and rights of patients, carers and colleagues, to include:

  • Acting in a way that recognises the importance of peoples rights, interpreting them in a way that is consistent with practice procedures and policies, and current legislation
  • Respecting the privacy, dignity, needs and beliefs of patients, carers and colleagues
  • Behaving in a manner that is welcoming to and of the individual, is non-judgmental and respects their circumstances, feelings priorities and rights.

Personal/professional development:

The post-holder will participate in any training programme implemented by the practice as part of this employment, such training to include:

  • Participation in an annual individual performance review, including taking responsibility for maintaining a record of own personal and/or professional development
  • Taking responsibility for own development, learning and performance and demonstrating skills and activities to others who are undertaking similar work

Quality:

The post-holder will strive to maintain quality within the practice, and will:

  • Alert other team members to issues of quality and risk
  • Assess own performance and take accountability for own actions, either directly or under supervision
  • Contribute to the effectiveness of the team by reflecting on own and team activities and making suggestions on ways to improve and enhance the teams performance
  • Work effectively with individuals in other agencies to meet patients needs
  • Effectively manage own time, workload and resources

Communication:

The post-holder should recognize the importance of effective communication within the team and will strive to:

  • Communicate effectively with other team members
  • Communicate effectively with patients and carers
  • Recognise peoples needs for alternative methods of communication and respond accordingly

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • English and Maths GCSE (A*-C) or equivalent.

Experience

Essential

  • Demonstrable career history of working within an information and analysis environment.
  • Experience of producing analytical information and formal written reporting to Senior Management.
  • Knowledge of Data Protection legislation and patient confidentiality agenda.
  • Experience of working with teams in a support role

Desirable

  • Experience of working in a GP practice
  • Understanding and knowledge of primary care systems, including clinical searches, protocols, QOF and subsidiary systems such as AccuRx, MJog etc

Employer details

Employer name

Crown Heights Medical Centre

Address

Alencon Link

Basingstoke

Hampshire

RG21 7AN


Employer's website

https://www.crownheightsmedicalcentre.co.uk

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Community Staff Nurse

National Health Service

Alton, Southern
5 days ago
Alton, Southern
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
5 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 348-MNH-082W

Employer:
Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Basingstoke
Location:
Alton
Salary:
£24,907 to £30,615 pa

Southern Health is one of the largest Foundation Trusts in the UK, specialising in mental health, adult and child community health and learning disabilities.


This is an exciting time, as we work towards an integrated MDT approach which recognises the important role that the Community Nurses play in supporting patients to remain at home. If you want to contribute to the delivery of high standard patient care we would like to hear from you. As part of a multi-disciplinary team of doctors, nurses, therapists, health care support workers and social workers our focus is on delivering nursing care at home to optimise health and independence or support patients at the end of their lives. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults and expect all staff to share this.

Southern Health takes pride in being caring, competent and compassionate, and we expect our staff to commit to and demonstrate these values. We offer excellent development opportunities and training that can be directed towards your needs/goals.

Applicants must be effective communicators, hard-working, flexible, organised, able to work independently and prepared to learn new skills. A keen interest in working with adults and older people in their own homes is essential. You must have a driving license and will be required to work a shift pattern covering 7 days a week from 8am to 11pm.

Successful candidates will be offered clinical supervision, training opportunities, access to the NHS pension scheme and a mileage allowance.

No car…no problem!’ The Trust offers a lease car scheme, subject to eligibility, if you are interested in more information please contact Hollie Winkworth on 02380 475160

Watch our video to see why you should work with us!
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@Southern_NHSFT



We positively encourage applications from all sections of the community and we are committed to equal opportunities. We strongly encourage candidates to read all available information to support their application, please use the application form to demonstrate that you meet the requirements laid out in the job description and person specification.
Previous applicants need not apply within a six month period for the same role.

A DBS check is required by the Employer for this post. The Employer will undertake an initial check at the appropriate level on appointment. As a condition of employment you are required to register with the online DBS update service and maintain this registration throughout employment; costs associated with this will be reimbursed, subject to taxation in line with guidance from HMRC.

Any personal information you provide will be treated in the strictest confidence and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND ADULTS AT RISK

Southern Health Foundation Trust (SHFT) is committed to promoting the welfare and safeguarding of children, young people and adults at risk of abuse and neglect. As an employee, you are accountable to ensure that you know to how to respond when you are concerned for the safety of a child, young person or adult at risk, applying the principles of the Family Approach to ensure evidence based analysis, risk management and appropriate action and escalation. SHFT require staff to work effectively together using the Family Approach to achieve better outcomes for adults, children and families. The Trust will support you in this duty by providing ongoing training, support and advice and have a Corporate Safeguarding Team who can be contacted for guidance and the provision of safeguarding supervision.

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CBT Therapist / Mental Health Practitioner with CBT training

National Health Service

Brambly's, Southern
3 days ago
Brambly's, Southern
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year
3 days ago
£38.89k - £44.503k Per Year

Job Reference: 354-CH-20153

Employer:
Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
CBT Therapist / Mental Health Practitioner with CBT training
Location:
Brambly's, Basingstoke, Basingstoke
Salary:
£38,890 - £44,503 pro rata

We are a large NHS Mental Health Trust in South East England and are looking for people to help us provide high quality services for the patients, carers and local communities that we serve.

We want patients and staff to recommend our organisation as a place where they would be happy for their friends and family to be treated. You can help us to do this by bringing your skills, experience and commitment to Sussex Partnership.

Sussex Partnership is an equal opportunities employer, with a sincere commitment to our people’s health and emotional wellbeing and as such, we have signed the Time to Change pledge and provide a comprehensive Employee Assistance Programme.

In addition, our workforce is currently under-represented by people from Black and Minority Ethnic and Disabled communities. We welcome applications from people of these communities as we want our workforce to reflect the communities we serve.

The Trust is committed to providing opportunities for flexible working.

Speak to us about how we might be able to accommodate a flexible working arrangement whether that’s job share, part time or another flexible pattern.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has rated our services good, following their most recent inspection, and outstanding in the caring domain.


The Basingstoke specialist CAMHS team is looking to recruit a CBT Therapist or appropriately qualified Mental Health Practitioner who can offer CBT interventions to children and young people on their waitlist.

The multi-disciplinary team (MDT) is friendly and innovative, and provides an opportunity to work in an exciting and challenging environment, with high levels of complexity and risk.

As with other community teams across Hampshire, you would join a strong MDT, offering assessments and interventions to children, young people and their families. The team works in partnership with specialist teams county-wide, including the single point of access, eating disorders and crisis teams, to best support the children and young people in its care.

Hampshire CAMHS values the contributions that allied health professionals bring and has a well-established structure and strategy. Robust and supportive supervision and governance arrangements are in place so that staff are able to practice safely and effectively. Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust is supportive of clinicians' professional development and provides access to quality training opportunities.

The service prioritises staff wellbeing and we encourage our colleagues to maintain a healthy and positive work-life balance. Leadership is strong and supportive, and our ethos is to encourage people to work creatively and be innovative in their thinking to support new and different ways of working.

We look forward to receiving your application!

For further details / informal visits contact:

Dr Hannah Faust Principal Clinical Psychologist

Email address: h.faust@nhs.net



Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust takes its responsibilities for the safeguarding and protection of children and young people and vulnerable adults very seriously and expects this of all its employees and bank workers. The Trust works with adult and children’s social care to ensure that the integrated service has systems in place to equip staff and bank workers with the knowledge and skills to recognise abuse, and take action to safeguard and protect vulnerable adults and children and young people.

Successful candidates are normally offered salaries at the bottom of the relevant salary range. However, where previous or equivalent NHS experience in a similar role can be demonstrated and evidenced, this may be taken into consideration when setting the starting salary.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third-party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through the NHS Jobs website, and furthermore, as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post, you are agreeing to Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are appointed to a post information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system

We welcome and appreciate every application that we receive but regret that we are unable to advise every candidate if they have not been shortlisted. If you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of the closing date then it is likely that you have not been shortlisted on this occasion, however please do not be discouraged from applying again.

In the event of an excessive number of applicants the Trust does reserve the right to close this vacancy earlier than indicated.

Salary

£21.892k - £24.157k Per Year

Job Type

full-time

Posted

5 days ago

Description

Job Reference: 371-HOI418-NS

Employer:
Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Mental Health Inpatients
Location:
Reading
Salary:
£21,892 - £24,157 per annum

These are the values that we live by at Berkshire Healthcare:

  • Caring for and about you is our top priority
  • Committed to providing good quality, safe services
  • working Together with you to develop innovative solutions

We welcome people who share these values to come and work for us.

Please find attached the behaviour framework that underpins these values for this job role.


Mental Health Older Adult Band 4 Advanced Clinical Support Worker – Orchid Ward, Prospect Park Hospital, Reading

If you are looking to progress your mental health career pathway, Orchid ward can offer you a great environment that will enable you to develop your skills, knowledge and confidence as an Advanced Clinical Support worker. Our flexible working patterns consisting of short days (7.5hrs), long days (12hrs) & nights (10.75hrs) give colleagues options that support an improved work life balance.

Orchid is a mixed 20 bed Ward that provides care for older adults with functional mental health conditions. Based in Reading, located close to the amenities of the town centre and a leafy park, the ward works closely with patients and families to help them to identify their needs and participate actively in their care, providing a place of empathy, kindness and compassion. We have created a culture where everyone has a voice and where service users and staff collaborate to make positive change.

With experience working in a healthcare setting, you will hold a relevant healthcare qualification, including a BCS in Psychology or NVQ/Foundation Degree and demonstrate knowledge and skills gained as a senior support worker, an occupational therapy assistant or similar role.

Enthusiastic and with a passion for caring for patients with complex needs, you will have a warm personality and the resilience to help us transform our patients’ lives. Calm, confident and assertive in emotionally demanding situations, you will be astute at setting and maintaining professional boundaries. Providing compassionate, patient-centred care, you will be an inspirational member of our team, contributing to the continual improvement of our service. Supporting our highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team, you will have opportunities to lead projects focused on patient engagement and experience, discharge planning and quality improvement, and supervise and mentor less qualified colleagues.

In return for your energy and drive, you will be rewarded with the support of a dedicated team that strives to create a progressive, warm and empathetic environment, where you will play a vital role in helping us achieve our ambitions to become a ‘Centre of Excellence’.

About the Job

  • To contribute to the clinical management of designated service users, in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating care. Participate in undertaking joint risk assessments and support the development and review of risk management and care-plans with patients and their carers to an identified group within their level of competency under the supervision of a registered professional.
  • Support the admission and discharge process of patients by completing aspects of the process which they have been assessed as competent to undertake. This may include aspects of core assessment and supporting the team in MDT reviews.
  • To identify opportunities for therapeutic activities and provide and supervise these as appropriate, providing emotional support and stability to patients through 1:1 and group work and ensuring effective engagement whilst maintaining professional boundaries.
  • Delegate work where appropriate and support junior staff and students in actively engaging in a range of therapeutic patient activity.
  • To ensure effective communication with patients, relatives and carers, visitors, staff and others acknowledging and addressing barriers to understanding.

Some of the benefits of joining our team:

  • Agenda for Change Salary ranging from £21,892 to £24,157 per annum
  • Flexible working opportunities and a strong emphasis on your work, life balance
  • Annual leave – 27 days for new starters, plus bank holidays. Increasing to 29 days after 5 years and 33 days after 10 years NHS service. Pro rata for part time staff
  • Excellent learning and development opportunities
  • Salary sacrifice scheme for a new car
  • Access to onsite library
  • Generous maternity, paternity and adoption leave for eligible staff
  • Advanced IT enablement and support
  • Confidential telephone care service providing independent support and advice for staff.
  • And so much more

The “must haves” for you to be considered for this role:

  1. Degree in a health related subject or qualification e.g NVQ/QCF, or significant equivalent experience in inpatient mental health setting with a willingness to undertake required level 5 health care qualification
  2. Robust and relevant experience within healthcare settings
  3. Experience working within inpatient mental health settings
  4. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing at all levels

If you recognise yourself in these requirements, we would recommend you apply today!

We are happy to answer any questions that you may have. Please don’t hesitate to call: Leina Lejuta on 0118 960 5336 or email: Keitsesepe.Lejuta@berkshire.nhs.uk who’ll be delighted to help.




We are committed to equal opportunities and welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of any protected characteristics. Reasonable adjustments will be made for disabled applicants where required.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred Third party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through the NHS Jobs website, and furthermore, that as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via the NHS Jobs website. By applying for this post you are agreeing to Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust transferring the information contained in this application to its preferred applicant management system. If you are appointed to a post information will also be transferred into the national NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

Appointment to any position is conditional on the satisfactory completion of the core NHS Employment Checks Standards. Information disclosed in your application will be checked and any offer of appointment may be withdrawn if you knowingly withhold information or provide false or misleading information.

The Trust may close any vacancy prior to the advertised closing date due to the high level of responses we receive for some of our vacancies.

Berkshire Healthcare Foundation Trust is committed to improving the health of its staff, patients and the wider community by providing a smoke free environment. A smoke free policy is in operation and smoking is not permitted on any of the Trust’s sites.

The Trust is also committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow safe recruitment practices to protect children, young people and vulnerable adults.

NO AGENCIES TO CONTACT BERKSHIRE HEALTHCARE DIRECTLY PLEASE