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Housekeeper Role
St Martin of Tours

Location: Respective St Martins Unit

This is a good time to join St Martins of Tours (St Martins); we are embarking on an exciting service-wide development programme, and are looking for dynamic individuals to support us with our change processes.

St Martins are a London based provider of registered care and supported accommodation for people with mental health needs. Currently, we can support up to 85 people, and we have projects in Islington, Haringey, Brent and Lambeth with some exciting plans for developing all our services. We are an ambitious organisation, aiming to provide high quality services which are recognised for being effective, flexible and resident focused.

The current group service users at St Martins are mainly (but not exclusively) male, of working age, and have often spent considerable time within institutional settings. Many of our current service users have severe and enduring mental health challenges, sometimes with backgrounds of social instability and patterns of offending, illegal/illicit substance and/or alcohol use. We also have some female service users, and people aged over 65 years.

We work closely with statutory mental health services and our partner agencies to provide a recovery based approach. Our aim is to provide our service users with the opportunity to progress from our services, onto living more independently within the community.

This is a new role at St Martins, and it will be an important part of the team driving the organisation forwards. The role will be key in supporting the development of our care services moving forwards, as we formalise our referral, assessment and placement pathways by making them more effective and personalised.

 

 

 

1.                         JOB PURPOSE:
a) the main purpose of the role is to ensure environments are safe, clean and well maintained
b) this is a post which works core office hours and is not within the unit establishment
c) monitor cleaning standards of external cleaning services and develop day to day programmes to ensure the environment is well maintained
d) promote both safety and security by monitoring the environment
e) demonstrate a positive and objective attitude in everyday practice
f) support residents day to day in terms of maintaining their personal areas, clothes and belongings etc to a good standard
g) develop a weekly routine whereby residents have clear insight into expectations for standards in their personal areas
h) monitor stocks of basic items (tea bags, milk, cleaning implements etc)
i) ensure St Martins Policy and Procedures are maintained
j) ensure incidents are always reported using the Datix system
k) supporting residents in developing everyday skills linked to maintaining their environment
l) support a proactive regime involving service users in a range of activities linked to their environment
m) complete any reasonable requests, including supporting colleagues in different units if required
n) personal compliance with HR processes including holidays/sickness absence etc.

More information can be found in the job description.

Housekeeper Role

Please send a CV and covering letter (to include a supporting statement) to HR@stmartinoftours.org.uk.
Please also note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

 

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Life Skills Facilitator
St Martin of Tours

Location: Respective St Martins Unit

This is a good time to join St Martins of Tours (St Martins); we are embarking on an exciting service-wide development programme, and are looking for dynamic individuals to support us with our change processes.

 

St Martins are a London based provider of registered care and supported accommodation for people with mental health needs. Currently, we can support up to 85 people, and we have projects in Islington, Haringey, Brent and Lambeth with some exciting plans for developing all our services. We are an ambitious organisation, aiming to provide high quality services which are recognised for being effective, flexible and resident focused.

 

The current group service users at St Martins are mainly (but not exclusively) male, of working age, and have often spent considerable time within institutional settings. Many of our current service users have severe and enduring mental health challenges, sometimes with backgrounds of social instability and patterns of offending, illegal/illicit substance and/or alcohol use. We also have some female service users, and people aged over 65 years.

 

We work closely with statutory mental health services and our partner agencies to provide a recovery based approach. Our aim is to provide our service users with the opportunity to progress from our services, onto living more independently within the community.

 

This is a new role at St Martins, and it will be an important part of the team driving the organisation forwards. The role will be key in supporting the development of our care services moving forwards, as we formalise our referral, assessment and placement pathways by making them more effective and personalised.

 

 

1              JOB PURPOSE:

  1. the main purpose of the role is to develop and facilitate a range of activities to support residents in developing and/or re-learning new skills
  2. this is a post which works core office hours and is not within the unit establishment
  3. demonstrate a positive and objective attitude in everyday practice
  4. co-ordinate and manage the implementation of individual plans for residents to enable them to develop skills and confidence
  5. develop plans that ensure a range of activities and interventions are delivered
  6. liaise with local partners and voluntary agencies to identify possible work/college etc placements
  7. facilitate group and 1:1 activities with residents
  8. engage with colleagues to promote therapeutic and occupational approaches to support the recovery processes
  9. introduce new ideas and skills exploiting residents talents and enabling them to broaden their horizons
  10. support the healthy living and other St Martins initiatives
  11. communicate positivity to residents and support them in embracing new challenges
  12. ensure St Martins Policy and Procedures are maintained
  13. ensure incidents are always reported using the Datix system
  14. supporting residents in developing everyday skills linked to maintaining their environment
  15. support a proactive regime involving service users in a range of activities linked to their environment
  16. complete any reasonable requests, including supporting colleagues in different units if required
  17. personal compliance with HR processes including holidays/sickness absence etc

More information can be found in the job description.

Life Skills Facilitator

Please send a CV and covering letter (to include a supporting statement) to HR@stmartinoftours.org.uk.
Please also note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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Recovery Keyworker
St Martin of Tours

Location: Respective St Martins Unit

This is a good time to join St Martins of Tours (St Martins); we are embarking on an exciting service-wide development programme, and are looking for dynamic individuals to support us with our change processes.

 

St Martins are a London based provider of registered care and supported accommodation for people with mental health needs. Currently, we can support up to 85 people, and we have projects in Islington, Haringey, Brent and Lambeth with some exciting plans for developing all our services. We are an ambitious organisation, aiming to provide high quality services which are recognised for being effective, flexible and resident focused.

 

The current group service users at St Martins are mainly (but not exclusively) male, of working age, and have often spent considerable time within institutional settings. Many of our current service users have severe and enduring mental health challenges, sometimes with backgrounds of social instability and patterns of offending, illegal/illicit substance and/or alcohol use. We also have some female service users, and people aged over 65 years.

 

We work closely with statutory mental health services and our partner agencies to provide a recovery based approach. Our aim is to provide our service users with the opportunity to progress from our services, onto living more independently within the community.

 

This is a new role at St Martins, and it will be an important part of the team driving the organisation forwards. The role will be key in supporting the development of our care services moving forwards, as we formalise our referral, assessment and placement pathways by making them more effective and personalised.

 

1              JOB PURPOSE:

  1. the main purpose of the role is to lead shifts and ensure a high quality, therapeutic service is delivered on a 24 hour basis
  2. this is a post which works shifts and is within the unit establishment
  3. provide a consistent approach to service user care, which is focused on the Recovery Star approach
  4. ensure effective systems to promote both safety and security are deployed
  5. demonstrate a positive and objective attitude and behaviours in everyday practice
  6. support day to day unit management
  7. ensure St Martins Policy and Procedures are maintained
  8. ensure incidents are always reported using the Datix system
  9. to act as a Recovery Keyworker to residents; developing and evaluating support/care plans etc
  10. undertake to support a proactive regime involving service users in a range of activities
  11. complete any reasonable requests, including deputising for senior staff and/or supporting colleagues in different units when required
  12. ensuring compliance with HR processes including holidays/sickness absence etc.

More information can be found in the job description.

Recovery Keyworker

Please send a CV and covering letter (to include a supporting statement) to HR@stmartinoftours.org.uk.
Please also note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Recovery Worker
St Martin of Tours

Location: Respective St Martins Unit

This is a good time to join St Martins of Tours (St Martins); we are embarking on an exciting service-wide development programme, and are looking for dynamic individuals to support us with our change processes.

 

St Martins are a London based provider of registered care and supported accommodation for people with mental health needs. Currently, we can support up to 85 people, and we have projects in Islington, Haringey, Brent and Lambeth with some exciting plans for developing all our services. We are an ambitious organisation, aiming to provide high quality services which are recognised for being effective, flexible and resident focused.

 

The current group service users at St Martins are mainly (but not exclusively) male, of working age, and have often spent considerable time within institutional settings. Many of our current service users have severe and enduring mental health challenges, sometimes with backgrounds of social instability and patterns of offending, illegal/illicit substance and/or alcohol use. We also have some female service users, and people aged over 65 years.

 

We work closely with statutory mental health services and our partner agencies to provide a recovery based approach. Our aim is to provide our service users with the opportunity to progress from our services, onto living more independently within the community.

 

This is a new role at St Martins, and it will be an important part of the team driving the organisation forwards. The role will be key in supporting the development of our care services moving forwards, as we formalise our referral, assessment and placement pathways by making them more effective and personalised.

 

1              JOB PURPOSE:

  1. the main purpose of the role is to work shifts and support the delivery of a high quality, therapeutic service is delivered on a 24 hour basis
  2. this is a post which works shifts and is within the unit establishment
  3. provide a consistent approach focused on the Recovery Star approach
  4. promote both safety and security are deployed
  5. demonstrate a positive and objective attitude in everyday practice
  6. support residents day to day
  7. ensure St Martins Policy and Procedures are maintained
  8. ensure incidents are always reported using the Datix system
  9. to act as a Recovery Worker to residents supporting them in developing everyday skills
  10. support a proactive regime involving service users in a range of activities
  11. complete any reasonable requests, including supporting colleagues in different units if required
  12. personal compliance with HR processes including holidays/sickness absence etc.

 

More information can be found in the job description.
Recovery Worker

 

Please send a CV and covering letter (to include a supporting statement) to HR@stmartinoftours.org.uk.
Please also note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Team Leader
St Martin of Tours

Location: Respective St Martins Unit

 

This is a good time to join St Martins of Tours (St Martins); we are embarking on an exciting service-wide development programme, and are looking for dynamic individuals to support us with our change processes.

St Martins are a London based provider of registered care and supported accommodation for people with mental health needs. Currently, we can support up to 85 people, and we have projects in Islington, Haringey, Brent and Lambeth with some exciting plans for developing all our services. We are an ambitious organisation, aiming to provide high quality services which are recognised for being effective, flexible and resident focused.

The current group service users at St Martins are mainly (but not exclusively) male, of working age, and have often spent considerable time within institutional settings. Many of our current service users have severe and enduring mental health challenges, sometimes with backgrounds of social instability and patterns of offending, illegal/illicit substance and/or alcohol use. We also have some female service users, and people aged over 65 years.

We work closely with statutory mental health services and our partner agencies to provide a recovery based approach. Our aim is to provide our service users with the opportunity to progress from our services, onto living more independently within the community.

This is a new role at St Martins, and it will be an important part of the team driving the organisation forwards. The role will be key in supporting the development of our care services moving forwards, as we formalise our referral, assessment and placement pathways by making them more effective and personalised.

1 JOB PURPOSE:
a) the main purpose of the role will be to provide leadership to all unit based staff, and ensure a high quality, therapeutic service is delivered on a 24 hour basis
b) this is a post which works shifts and is within the unit establishment
c) support the delivery of evidence based best practice
d) manage team performance on shift, demonstrate positive values and support ensuring key targets are met
e) provide a consistent approach to service user care, which is focused on the Recovery Star approach
f) ensure effective systems to promote both safety and security are deployed
g) participate in the manager’s on-call system to provide the first point of contact for unit based staff, outside of normal working hours
h) ensure audit actions plans are implemented
i) foster a culture of development, and support
j) demonstrate a positive and objective attitude and behaviours in everyday practice
k) support day to day operational management in relation to clinical risk, care planning, staffing, and assessment
l) ensure St Martins Policy and Procedures are maintained
m) facilitate full compliance with the CQC and any other relevant regulators/statutory bodies
n) monitor that legislation is complied with
o) ensure incidents are always reported using the Datix system
p) maintain ‘patient’ safety standards
q) complete any reasonable requests, including deputising for senior staff and/or supporting colleagues in different units when required
r) ensuring compliance with HR processes including holidays/sickness absence etc.

 

More information can be found in the job description.

Unit – Team Leader

Please send a CV and covering letter (to include a supporting statement) to HR@stmartinoftours.org.uk.
Please also note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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