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Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Practitioner

  • Full time
  • £26,251 – £28,972
  • Galashiels
  • Closing 19th May 2022


  • Advertised from 5th May 2022
  • 12-month fixed term contract

Role

Brothers of Charity Service (Scotland) are looking for a Practitioner to join our team on initially a fixed term basis of one year. This post is available on a full-time basis and is located within the central Borders.

Do you have experience of supporting people to self-manage living with Learning disabilities and mental Health Conditions?

Do you cope well supporting vulnerable people who experience significant psychosocial barriers and health inequalities?

Do you believe people have strengths, are resilient and are experts in their own lives?

Do you thrive working autonomously in the community setting?

Do you have good solution focused coaching and group facilitation skills?

Do you possess the self-belief and courage to influence change in the world around you?

If you do, then we would like to hear from you!

The post holders will:

Deliver holistic one-to-one and group based self-management support to people living with long term health condition(s) across the Scottish Borders.

Practice persistent engagement to help people who struggle to receive support

Support volunteers/staff team who have lived experience of long-term conditions and are supporting the team.

Use a monitoring, evaluation and reporting framework to learn and develop practice

Develop and maintain links with referrers and services and supports we signpost people.

Application notes

For more information and an application pack please visit our website bocscot.org. Completed application forms should be returned by 12 noon on 19 May 2022 at the latest.

Interviews to be held the week commencing 23rd of May

Brothers of Charity Services (Scotland) is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Successful applicants will be subject to a PVG check.

A company limited by guarantee Reg in Scotland No SC318036 Charity No SC037943


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