(Permanent, Full – Time, £21781.50 – £23,380 per annum)
Based Shaftesbury, Dorset
BCHA is a forward thinking, dynamic and vibrant place to work. We employ great people who are committed to our values and want to achieve the best outcomes for those most in need of our services to ‘find a way forward’.
We look for enthusiastic, passionate, caring people who thrive on delivering effective services and going the extra mile. In exchange for your commitment, we will make sure you get the rewards, training and benefits you deserve. Our aim is to create a professional environment in which you can thrive: we want you to be able to be your best self in the workplace.
Are you passionate about mental health and ready to take on a role where you can directly impact the lives of those facing mental health challenges? Join our team as a Night Intensive Housing Officer specializing in Mental Health Support. In this crucial role, you will provide essential support to individuals with mental health needs, empowering them on their journey to recovery and stability.
Night Shifts with a Mental Health Focus: As a Night Intensive Housing Officer, you will work night shifts, including bank holidays, with a strong emphasis on providing specialized mental health support.
Comprehensive Mental Health Training: Our organization is committed to your success. We offer a comprehensive training program tailored to equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in providing mental health support.
Empowering Mental Health: Your primary mission is to empower individuals facing mental health challenges to overcome obstacles, including substance abuse and housing stability.
Trauma-Informed Approach: Apply trauma-informed approaches to ensure that individuals receive compassionate and effective mental health support.
Safeguarding and Collaboration: Gain expertise in safeguarding and collaborate with external agencies to ensure the well-being and mental health recovery of our clients.
What We Offer:
Join a Supportive Team: Become part of a dynamic and inclusive team dedicated to improving mental health outcomes in our community.
Specialized Mental Health Training: Access training in various mental health areas, including trauma, addiction, and domestic abuse, to enhance your expertise.
Promote Mental Health Change: Play a crucial role in raising awareness and driving positive changes in the mental health journey of our clients.
Personal Growth: Enjoy a fulfilling and varied role that combines your interpersonal skills with your passion for mental health advocacy.
Career Progression: Explore opportunities for career growth and development while making a significant impact on the mental well-being of those we serve.
Job Satisfaction: Experience genuine job satisfaction as you make a meaningful impact on individuals’ mental health and overall quality of life.
Who We Are Looking For:
We are seeking individuals who have a positive attitude and a strong desire to make a difference in mental health. This role is also suitable for shift workers seeking a change of environment, students seeking valuable work experience, recent graduates eager to launch their careers, and volunteers or relief workers transitioning to full-time permanent roles.
Join our team and become a Night Intensive Housing Officer specializing in Mental Health Support. Apply now and be an integral part of our mission to make a real impact on mental health recovery. Together, we can empower individuals and foster mental well-being.
- Strong understanding of mental health assessment and intervention techniques.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Empathy, compassion, and a commitment to customer confidentiality.
Apply today form immediate interview – https://bit.ly/BCHANightWBV
Our Commitment to Safer Recruitment:
Safeguarding individuals remains our top priority. We follow stringent safer recruitment procedures to ensure that individuals seeking help receive the best care possible. Background checks, including DBS checks, are a requirement for all team members.