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Assessment Coordinator & Practitioner
St Martin of Tours

Location: Across London and the South East.

£35,335 – £39,047 per year

Permanent, Full-time

People who use St Martins services are usually of working age and have often spent considerable time in institutional settings and consequently require support to re-settle in the community. Many of our service users have backgrounds of social instability with patterns of offending and drug and alcohol misuse. We work closely with statutory mental health services to provide a recovery approach that provides people with the opportunity to progress onto living more independently within the community when they move on from our services.

The function of the Assessment Coordinator & Practitioner will be to process referrals into St, Martins, to arrange and carry out assessments at given locations, to write detailed reports and to provide follow up customer care to both people referred to St Martins and to statutory professionals that have been involved in the process. There will also be a role for the Assessment Coordinator within the collation of clinical audit data for the organisation and participate in reviewing the quality of our services.

More information can be found in the job description.

Assessment Coordinator Practitioner JD May 2020

 

Closing Date: 21st June 2020.

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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Support Worker – Mental Health (Forensic Services)
St Martin of Tours

Location: London, Greater London

£18559 – £19732 per year + 50 per month Forensic Supplement + Waking Night Shift Supplement

Permanent, Full-time

St Martins is a specialist provider of supported accommodation for people who have Mental Health needs complicated by other areas of need, such as from learning disability, drug and alcohol addictions and forensic histories.
Support workers provide important practical and emotional help to service users and provide support to senior colleagues in delivering structured services that are created through our support planning processes.

You will be passionate about working with vulnerable adults, and you will work alongside our Project Workers to provide the best possible day to day service to our service users. This will include accompanying clients to appointments, encouraging them to budget, plan and prepare their own meals and help them progress on their path to recovery.

This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check.

More information can be found in the job description.
Support Worker – Forensic Services Islington N1 May 2020

 

Closing Date: 21st June 2020.

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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