Wellbeing Service Worker
Wellbeing Service Worker
We are looking for an experienced mental health / wellbeing professional to work with people experiencing mental health or other social or lifestyle issues.
You will be working for a mental health charity, who make sure anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for advice and support; in total over 20,000 people in Oxfordshire access services each year.
Position: Wellbeing Service Worker
Location: Cherwell & West
Salary: £21,748-£24,982 (SCP 11-18) per annum (Pro rata)
Hours: Part time, 28 hours per week. Permanent
Closing Date: Sunday 18th July (midnight)
Interview Date: Friday 23rd July
About the role:
Would you like a rewarding role in a leading mental health organisation, supporting people with achieving their goals and improving their wellbeing? You can make a positive difference to people’s lives, be part of an encouraging and experienced team, and access a wide range of development opportunities. If you are caring, understanding, and have a passion for helping others then this role is for you!
The key responsibilities of the Wellbeing Service Worker are to:
- Provide Options Sessions.
- Deliver Educational and Coping Skills courses (Online and in person).
- Facilitate Peer Support Sessions (Online and in person).
To be successful in the role of Wellbeing Service Worker you will be motivated, pro-active and supportive, with a strong commitment to person-centred work and service user involvement, you will also need to bring with you the following skills and experience:
- Experience of working within mental health, wellbeing or similar services
- Experience of supporting individuals with a focus on what matters to them and their recovery.
- Experience of working in an often demanding environment and supporting people with complex needs
- Experience of data collection and entry to enable the measuring of outcomes and service impact
- Experience of working in partnership with staff from other agencies or organisations.
- Effective team work skills with the ability to take initiative and work on an individual basis
- Strong commitment to the involvement of service users in the shaping of service delivery
- Excellent organisational, planning, administrative and IT skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication, and interpersonal skills
As a member of the team you will need to be willing to work flexibly in response to changing organisational requirements and outside of normal office hours on occasion.
Other roles you may have experience of could include: Wellbeing Advisor, Primary Care, Mental Health Worker, Primary Care Wellbeing Worker, Mental Health Support Worker, Mental Health Nurse, Mental Health Recovery Worker, Mental Health Practitioner, Personal Wellbeing Worker, Safeguarding and Wellbeing, Community Link Worker, Wellbeing Practitioner, Wellbeing Officer, etc.