High Intensity Users Specialist

This new role has been created to lead and develop the service supporting high intensity users of the Trust’s services. We are looking for a highly professional, compassionate, adaptable, focused and committed individual to join the multi-disciplinary/agency team who are working collaboratively to support patients and make sustained improvement to their lives.

The successful applicant will have significant specialist experience in complex case management, mental health, drug and alcohol use, supporting people who present with behaviours that challenge, and homelessness, with the ability to undertake relevant extended role scope competencies. They will be able to connect with others, change the behaviours of people with complex needs, draw on the involvement and valuable skills of those around them, and develop collaborative care plans with service users and other agencies.

The post holder will be based in the IMPACT hub (Integrated Multi-agency Prevention and Assessment of Crisis Team) under the supervision of the Named Nurse for Adult Safeguarding. The hub aims to provide a working environment for teams from different services who care for people of all ages; enhancing the delivery of preventative and targeted crisis support.

This is a part time post working 22.5 hours per week, though flexible/part time working applications will be considered.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Claire Florey, Deputy AD – Commissioning, Performance and Intelligence on or or Lerryn Hogg, Named Nurse for Adult Safeguarding, on or .

Reference: 40883564

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