• Full Time
  • Salary: £25,192 per annum

Website BHT Sussex

Pathfinder Emotional Wellbeing Service

This is an exciting opportunity to join an innovative service to deliver mental health support within GP surgeries. BHT Sussex works within Pathfinder West Sussex (www.pathfinderwestsussex.org.uk), a well-established alliance of organisations, including NHS Mental Health Services.

Hours: Full-Time Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
Salary: £25,192
5.5% employer’s pension contribution (the level of this is reviewed annually)
37 hours per week, based across East Grinstead with some remote working
Annual Leave entitlement starts at 25 working days increasing with length of service

Close: 30 March 2023 at 12 noon

“I love being part of the Emotional Wellbeing Service and I really feel like I am making a difference in supporting local individuals’ mental health and wellbeing. We have a great team who support each other and BHT has helped developed my knowledge & skills with amazing training opportunities”.

Could you make a difference to local people? Due to the success and expansion of the Emotional Wellbeing Service we are looking for two Mental Health Support Co-ordinators in East Grinstead. The successful candidates will be based in GP surgeries. You will be joining a passionate team who work together to support individuals with mental health needs across Mid Sussex & East Grinstead.

The successful applicant will provide recovery focused 1:1 sessions, assessments, and risk assessments. The role will also involve managing a caseload, working within a team, and building a rapport with the GP surgery/surgeries that they’re based in. As a Mental Health Support Coordinator, you will see patients individually, supporting them to identify what they need and helping them to work on issues and access local support to meet these needs including local Pathfinder services. You will be able to take a holistic and flexible approach in your work with individuals, supporting around both social and psychological issues that arise. You may also run practice-based groups and well-being sessions where these needs are identified.

To apply for this job please visit www.bht.org.uk.