Working alongside the Wellbeing Practitioner and partners as part of the Multiple Disciplinary Team (MDT), you will assist in carrying out a comprehensive and holistic assessment and developing a safety plan to promote the person’s ability to engage with appropriate services.
The peer support worker will work alongside practical support networks, in order to help people feel in control of their lives and identify their individual recovery pathway. The peer support worker will work as part of a team that provides initial introductions with people in a community setting, focusing on the direct needs of the individuals and working across boundaries of care, organisations and roles.
To build links with and liaise with external agencies to work together in a collaborative approach to meet the needs of the person accessing services. To have the individual’s needs to the fore at all times, working to the recovery model to support them to work towards their identified goals.
Peer Support Worker CSF B&NES
37.5 covering 7 days per week on rota – variable
Thursday, 18 November 2021