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Camhs Practitioner at Belmont Recruitment

Camhs Practitioner

Belmont Recruitment Wirral, Merseyside Full Time
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CAMHS Practitioner Band 6

Belmont Recruitment are currently working with an NHS Foundation Trust in relation to a CAMHS Practitioner Band 6 role they are recruiting for in the Chester area.

The manager is looking for a candidate with prior experience within a CAMHS setting or child mental health related field. You’ll need knowledge of specialist therapeutic approaches & recognised experience of working with a specific therapeutic approach eg CBT, Family Therapy etc. You’ll need to be qualified with a national body e.g. HCPC, NMC, BACP, Social Work England etc.

We are looking to recruit individuals with a genuine interest in making a difference to people’s lives.  Working as a practitioner you will be expected to –

  • Be part of a large multi-disciplinary team providing safe and effective care for individuals with complex mental illness.
  • Act as a key worker
  • Observe / respond to patient behaviours on the ward which may include self-harm and acts of aggression.
  • Formulate risk assessments and care plans to meet individual needs.
  • Medication management.
  • Act as shift co-ordinator, allocating staff and having the ability to oversee the work of junior staff and colleagues.
  • Maintain the safety of patients and staff.
  • Ensure good quality of patient documentation which meets regulatory guidance and statutory requirements.

The entry requirements to the role are to be:

  • Registered with recognised national body – NMC, HCPC, Social Work England etc
  • Knowledge of the Mental Health Act
  • Patient centric & commitment to delivering high quality care
  • Fine-tuned decision making skills
  • Excellent organisational capability
  • Effective communication skills
  • Flexibility and a strong “can do" attitude

If this sounds like a role of interest please feel free to apply or call us directly.

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