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Application Deadline
05 September 2023

Interview Date
11 September 2023

Contract type
Locum Contract


£12.99 - £13.98 per hour

South and Vale, Cherwell and West, Oxford City

Oxfordshire Mind – Locum Wellbeing Worker Localities 

Would you like a rewarding temporary role in a leading mental health organisation? Do you have experience of supporting people achieve their goals and improve their wellbeing? 

You can make a positive difference to people's lives, be part of a supportive and experienced team. If you are caring, understanding, and have a passion for supporting others then this is for you. 

What you'll do

  • Develop, maintain and facilitate a broad range of appropriate and responsive wellbeing peers support groups
  • Contribute to the design, development, delivery and evaluation of our short course programme
  • Facilitating courses within agreed protocols. 
  • Deliver an appropriate assessments of wellbeing need through an initial Options session
  • Support service users to improve or maintain their mental health and wellbeing
  • Collect and accurately record service user data onto a secure database in a timely manner
  • Liaise with colleagues , partner organisations and professional agencies to support user needs
  • Keep up to date with the various services offered by Oxfordshire Mind, Local mental health services and providers to enable appropriate information and signposting
  • Conduct regular dynamic risk assessment and take appropriate and timely actions to manage the risks in relation to staff, service users and buildings

About you

  • Open - Are you open to help people realise their potential?
  • Together, Partnership - Are you a team player?
  • Responsive - Are you a good listener?
  • Independent - Do you have the confidence to speak out fearlessly?
  • Unstoppable - Do you have a positive, never give attitude? 

How to apply

For more information about the role, and the benefits of working for us, click apply now at the top of this page. 

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