CAMHS Mental Health Specialist

6 June 2022
£39,571 - £41,591 / year

Job Description

About the employer:

Nottingham City Council formed a partnership in 2010 to deliver HR, payroll and finance transactional shared services. Supported by state of the art technology, the shared service offers a sustainable solution to deliver more efficient, cost effective services and a technical platform from which new ways of working can continually be developed and delivered. EMSS brings a more customer centric way of working, it adopts a more efficient approach to delivering services and by sharing the knowledge and investment, the risk of failure to each council is minimised.

About the role:

We are looking for a skilled Clinical Mental Health Specialist to work in our Targeted CAMHS Citywide Service. The post holder is responsible for supporting the planning, coordination and delivery of effective emotional and mental health services for vulnerable children, young people and families with a range of complex problems.  The post holder will primarily be responsible for the oversight, quality and development of the operational day to day CAMHS work. Including supporting staff with case work and being involved in the single point of access delivery and management.   
The post holder will  have at least 2 years post qualifying experience in mental health and working with mental health disorders with children and young people, excellent risk management and safeguarding skills.   

Hours of work:

Full Time , Hours per week – 37

How to apply:

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