JOB TITLE: Mental Health Practitioner – Eating Disorders Community
The Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is looking to fill the position of health practitioner in Birmingham. In the below paragraph, we discuss all the details regarding the job, like its location, the knowledge, and experience required by the candidate, the benefits, how to apply, qualifications, and further information. Post of Mental Health Community Practitioner
|Organization||Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust|
|Job Title||Mental Health Practitioner – Eating Disorders Community|
|Job grade||Band 6|
|Salary||£33,706 to £40,588|
|Location||Barberry, Vincent Drive, Birmingham, B15 2FG|
|Last Date to Apply||08 January 2023|
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MAIN DUTIES OF THE JOB:
Applicants will need to have a genuine interest in working within the specialty of Eating Disorders, have excellent communication and multi-agency liaison skills, and have good knowledge of safeguarding.
Experience working in the Eating Disorders field is desirable but not essential. We are committed to equal opportunities and the development of our staff and will provide a robust induction program. We also provide regular supervision and training for all our staff.
If you want to work as part of our specialized multi-disciplinary team, we want to hear from you. We welcome applications from RMNs or Occupational Therapists who are keen to undertake a care coordination role working as a Mental Health Practitioner within the Eating Disorder Service.
Candidates must have access to a vehicle for work purposes. This is a full-time position; we will also consider applicants interested in part-time hours.
- Mental Health Practitioner professional registration,
- Post-registration training in eating disorders.
- additional training in mental health interventions, DBT approach, CFT, CBT
- Experience working in an adult mental health service.
- Understanding of the role and responsibilities of care co-ordinator under the Care Programme Approach.