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Liverpool Trailblazer Vacancies

Liverpool has been successful in gaining ‘Trailblazer’ status to take forward the government vision and commitment to developing integrated mental health teams in schools.

Building on the already successful ‘whole school approach’ to mental health and wellbeing, Liverpool is developing new Mental Health Support Teams to work with primary, secondary, AEPs, Further Education and special schools across the city to increase access to mental health interventions for children and young people aged 5-18 years.

This exciting opportunity means they are looking to recruit for three new posts:

  1. Project Manager to oversee the implementation of this pilot.
  2. CAMHS specialist practitioner as clinical lead, to provide senior clinical oversight for the mobilisation and effective implementation of the new Mental Health Support Teams.
  3. Senior CAMHS practitioner will oversee one of three MHSTs comprising of existing CYP well-being practitioners as well as newly recruited mental health education practitioners.

 

Project Manager

This post is funded until March 2020 and would be offered as a fix term contract or a secondment. They would ideally like the successful candidate to begin work by 1st March 2019.

Please see the attached job description and person specification for more details. Applicants must complete the attached application form to be considered for this post.

Close of applications: 12 noon on Wednesday 23rd January 2019.

Applications should preferably be emailed to: Nicola@liverpoollearningpartnership.com or if necessary, sent by post to: Nicola Alexander, Liverpool Learning Partnership, New Lodge, Liverpool College, Queens Drive, Liverpool L18 8DD.

Interviews will be held on the 28th or 29th January.

Click here to download:   Project Manager MHEWB final

Click here to download: LLP Application Form

 

Senior CAMHS Practitioner- MHST Team Leader

The senior CAMHS practitioner will oversee one of three MHSTs comprising of existing CYP well-being practitioners as well as newly recruited mental health education practitioners.

These new senior CAMHS practitioner posts will be supported by a new clinical lead, and a project manager and will work with colleagues from across the CAMHS partnership to deliver on this new and exciting opportunity.

Contact:  Andrew Williams, Director of Mental Health (Andrew.Williams@alderhey.nhs.uk)

Closing Date: Monday 28th January 2018

Interview Date: 8th February 2018

Click here for more information

 

Specialist CAMHS Practitioner MHST Clinical Lead

This exciting opportunity means we are looking to recruit a CAMHS specialist practitioner as clinical lead, to provide senior clinical oversight for the mobilization and effective implementation of the new Mental Health Support Teams.

The clinical lead will work in partnership with the project manager within Liverpool Learning Partnership and report to the whole school approach subgroup of the CAMHS Partnership Board (MHEWB).  The post holder will work closely with colleagues from across the CAMHS partnership to ensure the successful implementation of the trailblazer and whole school approach to MHEWB.   The role, therefore, has a strong multi-agency focus and requires excellent partnership working skills to develop the new service.

Contact:  Andrew Williams, Director of Mental Health (Andrew.Williams@alderhey.nhs.uk)

Closing Date: Monday 28th January 2018

Interview Date: 8th February 2018

Click here for more information 

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