An exciting opportunity has opened for an Adult Care Co-ordinator to join a well-established NHS Community Mental Health Team based in Luton. This role is to start as soon as possible working full-time hours, for an initial 3-month period.
The post holder will provide effective care co-ordination to a service user caseload. They will carry out comprehensive assessments of needs and risk whilst managing, developing and reviewing care plans ensuring that the patient’s physical, social and mental health needs are met. They will often undertake referrals, coordinating MDT meetings and administrative tasks. Usually based in an MDT and can be required for various services and settings. If specifically based within a mental health setting then the Care Coordinator is a person who has the responsibility of coordinating, facilitating and integrating mental health treatment, care and support, which is tailored to meet the specific needs of the service user.
Qualifications and experience required
- Core professions & registration such as Social work, OT, or nurse
- Case load management experience
- Experience of the setting the care coordinated is required for
- Experience of working in an MDT
If you feel you are suited to this role, please apply today or contact our team for more information.
Benefits of locum work:
- Daily payroll
- Variety of work opportunities in NHS and private sectors
- Expand your skill set more quickly
- Flexible hours of work
- Online interviews via HireVue
- First class support and advice from our specialist consultant teams
- Assistance with travel and finding accommodation
- Streamlined compliance process, utilising new online technology
- Access to high-quality voluntary training
- £300 Recommend a Friend bonus scheme*
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