Penumbra
Penumbra

Charity registered in Scotland SC010387

Penumbra is one of Scotland’s largest mental health charities, supporting around 1600 adults and young people every week and employing 400 staff across Scotland. Founded in 1985, we work to promote mental health and wellbeing for all, prevent mental ill health for people who are ‘at risk’ and to support people with mental health problems. We provide a wide range of services which offer hope and practical steps towards recovery and we campaign to increase public knowledge about mental health and to influence national and local government policy.

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HR Assistant

  • Full time
  • £20,279 – £23,629
  • Edinburgh – Head Office
  • Closing 19th August 2019

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our dynamic and agile people team, working proactively to provide comprehensive HR support across the organisation. A key part of this role is to assist in the development and implementation of HR procedures and initiatives and to ensure these are imbedded across the organisation. In this role you will deliver first line HR advice and guidance to managers and will also use verbal and written communication skills to liaise with external stakeholders including SSSC and Disclosure Scotland.

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Recovery Workers

  • Full time
  • £17,255 – £17,864
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 1st September 2019

Two roles available: 1 based at the Alcohol related brain damage service & 1 based at the Carntyne supported accommodation.

Recovery Workers work in small collaborative teams to provide people with recovery focused support to enhance their mental wellbeing. In line with Penumbra’s values, Recovery Workers assist people who use the service to work towards their individual outcomes and identified goals, as detailed in their personal plan.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist people who use the service to work toward their identified goals, and move towards a brighter future as per the agreed personal plan
  • Use Penumbra’s Recovery tools (e.g. I.ROC, HOPE toolkit)
  • Assist with personal care when required.
  • Update and maintain relevant recording systems, including computer based systems.
  • Work collaboratively within Recovery Teams, led by a Recovery Worker.
  • Meet regularly with their recovery Teams to review progress, approach concerns and plans for moving forward
  • Assist in the delivery of wellbeing workshops.
  • Assist in project work as required.
  • Work in cooperation with colleagues, and staff from other agencies.
  • Work in accordance to Penumbra’s policies and procedures.
  • Work in accordance to the SSSC Code of Practice.
  • Keep up to date with sector and organisational developments.
  • Register with the SSSC if appropriate (Practitioner if working in a Care Home, Worker if in Housing Support)
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