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Within the partnership Humankind deliver services for children and young adults up to 25 years old with a focus on offering age appropriate services that support children and young adults to make positive choices in their lifestyle and behaviours. We have opportunities for 3 full time and 1 part time role to the integrated service team. These are diverse roles that range from working with children through to supporting young adults during transition to adult services. Main duties and responsibilities: To be part of the NTAR team supporting children, young adults and families to move forward in their journey by ensuring service interventions are delivered in accordance with NICE guidelines and best practice guidance.
Manage a service user caseload of children and young adults, reviewing on-going care and treatment including clinical treatment for young adultsliaising closely with the full range of workers and skills within the multi-agency team.
To provide holistic support to children and young adults including the effective delivery of key service activities such as assessments, support plans, PSI delivery and structured interventions. To ensure service assessment and engagement interventions are motivational, holistic and nurturing, and promote the development of a clear and robust support plan that includes the timely delivery of high-quality interventions. To use innovative and creative methods to engage children and young adults into the service and ensure retention throughout their journey, including transition to adult services.
To exercise and promote the use of excellent communication and therapeutic skills when dealing with children, young adults and families. To work closely and collaboratively within the multi-disciplinary team across the service partnership and externally, providing advice and information to managers and other colleagues, through attendance at reviews, team meetings, supervision and via telephone conversations. To ensure individual support plans promote family, carer and service user involvement and reduce substance related harm to the individual and their community, including prevention of the escalation of risk-taking behaviours.
To improve outcomes for children and families of service users by reducing the impact of drug and alcohol related harm on family life and promote positive family involvement in recovery. To lead effective case management for allocated children and young adults, including on-going processes such as risk assessments, risk management plans and safeguarding assessments and plans. To develop and deliver quality psychosocial interventions that meet local need across both group work and one to one formats. To maintain targets and key performance indicators as defined by the service specification, Service Delivery Unit and as instructed by the Area Manager To promote health improvements and contribute to the reduction of risk-taking behaviour of children, young adults and families engaging with the service.
To work collaboratively with a full range of statutory and voluntary stakeholders, promoting effective communication, positive service user experience and sharing of risks and risk management. Provide support across a variety of outreach settings for children, young adults and families including partner premises, home visits, schools and community settings. Key duties: In carrying out the above duties the post holder will: Comply with all monitoring and evaluation systems, collecting and monitoring information as appropriate and provide reports when required, actively contributing to the service achieving successful service user outcomes.
Maintain accurate, up to date records and work in accordance with organisational guidelines and procedures. Strive to reduce substance related harm to individuals and the wider community. Seek to improve personal performance, contribution, knowledge and skills. Participate in appraisal and learning and development processes.
Promote service best practice and successes through contributing to Humankind internal and external communications. The post holder will be required to work flexibly across operational sites and within an agreed of hours to maintain appropriate service provision. This will include evening and weekend working. Provide a full range of service interventions in an outreach and in-reach capacity including satellite offices and partnership co-location venues with other organisations. Contribute to maintaining safe systems of work and a safe environment. Comply with all relevant policies and procedures.
To report all problems and incidents to a Humankind manager at the earliest opportunity. Undertake other duties appropriate to the grade and spirit of the post. Ability to maintain and work within professional boundaries Knowledge of completing comprehensive service user assessments, support plans and risk assessments Knowledge of the impact of substance use on individuals, families and the wider community Knowledge of safeguarding adult and child protection policies Committed to the principles of equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practice.
Internal candidates at risk of redundancy will be prioritised for this vacancy therefore, we retain the right to withdraw the advert before the closing date. Please note that all communication regarding your application for this post will be sent to the address you provide on your application form.
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