HR Assistant

Fixed Term - 12 Months (maternity cover)

Full Time (37 hours)

£17,245 – 20,603 p.a.

Ref: 012/17

We are looking for an enthusiastic and self motivated HR Assistant to support our HR function based in York.

We employee people across a range of functions including Service Managers, Nurses, Doctors, Drug & Alcohol Workers and Administrators. The team’s remit is to provide professional and pragmatic HR support to the business throughout the employee lifecycle. The success of the team is underpinned by excellent HR administration, provided by our HR Assistant.

In this role you will provide high quality HR support to the
organisation, the HR Director and HR Manager. You will also provide cover for peers in the wider Administration team at our head office during holidays or absence.

In addition to having core support tasks, you will either take responsibility for or contribute towards specific HR projects as required.

You will need to have/be:

  • Previous HR experience gained either in an administrative or assistant role.

  • Experience of producing work for a  team of people and juggling competing priorities

  • Excellent communication, literacy, numeracy and IT skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook)

  • A flexible, proactive, can do attitude, showing initiative to support others without being asked

  • A team player - supporting the team to provide professional service with the ability to work alone.

  • A competent self starter who can use initiative in the absence of close supervision

  • Organised and accurate in delivery of work with high attention to detail

  • Able to work under pressure to tight deadlines whilst prioritising own work load

  • Discreet and professional – able to handle confidential/sensitive information and involve the appropriate people

  • Sufficiently confident to build good working relationships at all levels

    Closing date for completed applications is Sunday 5th March

    First stage interviews to be held on Tuesday 14th March

    Second stage interviews to be held on Thursday 23rd March

Please send completed application and equality monitoring forms to: recruitment@compass-uk.org

Specialist Administrator (Digital Engagement)

Specialist Administrator (Digital Engagement)

North Yorkshire School Mental Health and Wellbeing Service

Salary circa £20 - £23K

Ref: 011/17

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Specialist Administrator to join our new School Mental Health and Wellbeing Service in North Yorkshire.

The Compass North Yorkshire School Mental Health and Wellbeing Project will work with front line staff and key partners in schools across North Yorkshire to increase the skills, confidence and competence of staff to improve students’ mental health and wellbeing by delivering a rolling training programme, conducting an audit of each school’s needs, providing professional consultation and expert advice and guidance, coaching and mentoring front line staff and promoting ‘whole school approach’ and the Academic Resilience Programme.

The service will also deliver time limited structured one-to-one interventions and co-deliver targeted group work to children and young people between the ages 5 - 18 (25 with SEN) with mild to moderate mental health concerns.

The service will work closely with Compass REACH Risk Taking Behaviour Service as well as other key partner agencies via co-locations and outreach working to provide an equitable service throughout the county.

We are looking for a Specialist Administrator (Digital Engagement) with experience of working in a busy office environment and with skills in data analysis and digital engagement. As the new service will include digital engagement including the ChatHealth messaging service and a designated web portal, you should have knowledge and experience of using a range of technology to communicate effectively with service users/customers.

As this is a new service, you will be responsible for the setting up and the implementation of the office systems and ensuring they are appropriately maintained. You will be required to support the Team Leader to analyse service activity by providing accurate service level data from Compass’ management information system and local records. You will also be responsible for the smooth running of all office based systems and the general administration function which will include staff duty rotas, tiered training booking system, minute taking, data inputting and other admin duties.

The Specialist Administrator (Digital Engagement) will be a highly organised and self motivated individual with an interest in the delivery of health and social care and a commitment to providing excellent services across North Yorkshire.

The service covers the whole of North Yorkshire, with bases in the Craven, Harrogate, Selby, Hambleton and Richmondshire and Scarborough and Ryedale districts and the successful applicant may negotiate their base at interview stage. Please indicate in your application for this post your preferred base from the above locations.

You must hold a full driving licence and have access to your own transport

Post is subject to Safer Recruitment and this post is subject to a basic DBS check.

Closing date for completed applications is 9.00am on 3rd March 2017

Interviews to be held between 13th and 15th March 2017 in York

Please send completed application and equality monitoring forms to: recruitment@compass-uk.org

Wellbeing Workers

Wellbeing Workers

North Yorkshire School Mental Health and Wellbeing Service

Full-time (37 hrs)

Salary circa £23 - £27K

Ref: 010/17

A number of exciting opportunities have arisen for motivated and enthusiastic Wellbeing Workers to join our new School Mental Health and Wellbeing Service in North Yorkshire.

The New Compass North Yorkshire School Mental Health and Wellbeing Project will work with front line staff and key partners in schools across North Yorkshire to increase the skills, confidence and competence of staff by delivering a rolling training programme, conducting an audit of each school’s needs, providing professional consultation and expert advice and guidance, through coaching and mentoring front line staff and by promoting ‘whole school approach’ and the Academic Resilience Programme.

As a Wellbeing Worker your role will be to deliver time limited structured one-to-one interventions and co-deliver targeted group work to children and young people between the ages of 5 - 18 (25 with SEN) with mild to moderate mental health concerns. You will also facilitate appropriate referrals to specialist services and/or reintegration with universal provision.

The new service will work closely with Compass REACH Risk Taking Behaviour Service as well as other key partner agencies via co-locations and outreach working to provide an equitable service throughout the county. Each Wellbeing Worker will be responsible for a district within North Yorkshire working on an outreach basis within designated school clusters.

Posts will be assigned to the following clusters across North Yorkshire 

  • Cluster 1 - Hambleton and Richmondshire – 2 FTE

  • Cluster 2 – Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale – 2 FTE

  • Cluster 3 – Craven – 1 FTE

  • Cluster 4 - Harrogate – 2 FTE

  • Cluster 5 - Selby – 1 FTE

You should be passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people and supporting communities to improve health outcomes for families. You will be skilled in engaging professionals via training, coaching and mentoring and be able to challenge resistance. You will also have experience of working directly with children and young people with additional needs, using evidence based practice to facilitate sustainable behavioural change.

These posts are subject to Safer Recruitment and will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Check.

Please indicate in your application in which of the above clusters you would be interested in working.

You must hold a full driving licence and have access to your own transport

Closing date for completed applications is 9.00am on 28th February 2017

Interviews will take place between 7th and 10th of March 2017 in Northallerton

Please send completed application and equality monitoring forms to: recruitment@compass-uk.org

 

 

Nurse

Milton Keynes Adult Service

Full time (37 hours)

£21,777- 28,323 p.a.

Ref: 008/17

We have an exciting opportunity for a specialist thematic lead Nurse with relevant dual diagnosis experience to join our large integrated drug and alcohol service in Milton Keynes.

As part of a varied role, you will:

  • Provide a holistic package of care to individuals which meets their needs and includes diversionary activities and employment, training and education

  • Provide a range of harm reduction interventions including BBV screening and Vaccination, Naloxone workshops and needle exchange

  • Be a part of developing, facilitating and reviewing health and wellbeing clinics which include interventions to address general health checks, wound dressing and advice and information on general health

  • Provide a range of one to one interventions including MI, SFBT and CBT

  • Manage a case load of dual diagnosed individuals who may or may not have a need for medically assisted recovery

You will report to the Nurse Team Leader and may be required to work some evenings/weekends. 

Closes at midday on Friday 3rd March

Interviews will be held on 13th and 14th March

Please send completed application and equality monitoring forms to: recruitment@compass-uk.org

Recovery Workers

Milton Keynes Adult Service 

3 x full-time (37 hrs) 

£20,454 - £24,201 p.a. 

Ref: 009/17

We are seeking skilled and experienced Recovery Workers to join our team to deliver the provision of adult substance misuse treatment in Milton Keynes. You will be working as part of a large integrated drug and alcohol service providing all elements of the treatment system.

You will be responsible for providing holistic support to a range of service users to support them to achieve sustained recovery from substance misuse. You will provide one to one and group interventions, with a caseload that includes service users in medically assisted recovery.

Closes at midday on Friday 3rd March

Interviews to be held on 13th and 14th March 2017

Please send completed application and equality monitoring forms to: recruitment@compass-uk.org

 

Team Leader

North Yorkshire School Mental Health and Wellbeing Service

Full-time (37 hrs)

Salary circa £28 - £30k

Ref: 007/17

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated and enthusiastic Team Leader to join our new School Mental Health and Wellbeing Service in North Yorkshire.

The New Compass North Yorkshire School Mental Health and Wellbeing Project will work with front line staff and key partners in schools across North Yorkshire to increase the skills, confidence and competence of staff by delivering a rolling training programme, conducting an audit of each school’s needs, providing professional consultation, expert advice and guidance, through coaching and mentoring front line staff and by promoting ‘whole school approach’ and the Academic Resilience Programme.

The service will also deliver time limited structured one-to-one interventions and co-deliver targeted group work to children and young people up to the aged 5 - 18 (25 with SEN) with mild to moderate mental health concerns.

The service will work closely with Compass REACH Risk Taking Behaviour Service as well as other key partner agencies via co-locations and outreach working to provide an equitable service throughout the county.

The Team Leader will be responsible for managing the day to day running of the service and a team of Wellbeing Workers and Specialist administrator. Supported by a Service Manager who will have managerial responsibility of both the new School Mental Health and Wellbeing Service and our existing Compass REACH risk taking behaviour service, key responsibilities will include:

  • Line management of Wellbeing Workers (8) and a Specialist Administrator

  • Activity allocation and oversight of activities

  • Contract compliance and performance management

  • Building and maintaining of key partnerships

  • Representing the service at key meetings including contract monitoring

  • Ensuring adequate resources across the county including covering training delivery where necessary.

The post requires someone with experience in managing similar services in children and young people or health and social care settings. You will be passionate about improving the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children and young people and will have a proven track record of building sustainable partnerships and ensuring excellent care.

The service covers the whole of North Yorkshire, with bases in the Craven, Harrogate, Selby, Hambleton and Richmondshire and Scarborough, Ryedale districts. The successful applicant may negotiate their base at interview stage. Please indicate in your application for this post your preferred base from the above locations.

You must hold a full driving licence and have access to your own transport.

Post is subject to Safer Recruitment and this post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.

Closing date for completed applications is 9.00am on 27th February 2017

Interviews to be held between 13th and 15th March 2017 in York

Please send completed application and equality forms to: recruitment@compass-uk.org

 

 

 

School Staff Nurses

Warwickshire School Health & Wellbeing Service

1 x full-time (37 hours, all year round) - Caldecote

2 x full-time (37 hours, all year round) – Rugby

1 x full-time, 2 year fixed-term (37 hours, all year round) - Stratford

We will consider applications for part-time hours/job share

£21,777 - £28,323 p.a.

Refs: Caldecote - 004/17, Rugby – 005/17, Stratford – 006/17

If you are a qualified nurse and want to make a difference to the lives of children, young people and their families across Warwickshire then we need you to help us deliver a dynamic and innovative School Health and Wellbeing Service.

You will be based out of one of our Warwickshire hubs (Stratford, Rugby, or Caldecote) and will work from a variety of settings including schools, children’s centres, homes and partner agency buildings. You will work flexibly and creatively to best engage and meet the diverse health needs of the school aged population.

You will support the delivery of the Healthy Child Programme (5-19) within a cluster/locality reporting directly to the designated School Nurse.

You will facilitate and deliver a range of assessments, brief interventions, proactive public health initiatives and work both independently and as part of a multi-agency team around the family. Safeguarding will be an integral aspect of the role.

You must hold a full driving licence and have access to your own transport.

To arrange an informal chat about the role contact andrea.leach@compass-uk.org

Closing date for completed applications is Sunday 26th February

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 15th March

Please email completed application and equality monitoring forms to: recruitment@compass-uk.org

School Nurses (SCPHN)

Warwickshire School Health & Wellbeing Service

Competitive + 14% employer pension contribution

37 hours, all year round – Caldecote

We will consider applications for part-time hours/job share

Ref: 002/17
If you are a school nurse and want to make a difference to the lives of children, young people and their families across Warwickshire then we need you to help us deliver a dynamic and innovative School Health & Wellbeing Service.

You will be based from our Caldecote hub which operates across the North of the County. You will work from variety of settings – schools, partner agencies, children’s centres and homes working flexibly and creatively to best engage and meet the diverse health needs of the school aged population.

You will lead the delivery of the Healthy Child Programme (5-19) within a cluster/locality and provide professional leadership to a skill mix team to enable the efficient and effective delivery of the service.  

You will facilitate and deliver a range of assessments, brief interventions, proactive public health initiatives and work both independently and as part of a multi agency team around the family. Safeguarding will be an integral aspect of the role.

You must hold a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse qualification (School Nursing) and possess a full driving licence and have access to your own transport.

To arrange an informal chat about the role contact andrea.leach@compass-uk.org

Closes on Thursday 9th March

Interviews to be held on Thursday 23rd March

To arrange an informal chat about the role contact andrea.leach@compass-uk.org

To apply please send completed application and equality monitoring forms to: recruitment@compass-uk.org