We are looking to appoint new Open Door Practitioner roles to enhance the provision of welfare and wellbeing support within academic departments. Practitioners will be part of the Open Door Team within the university. The Open Door Team is a multi-disciplinary team of mental health professionals who work with students who are experiencing psychological and mental health difficulties.
The post will involve Initial Assessment, therapeutic interventions (1-4 sessions) or Case Management as appropriate following assessment. This role will also have responsibility for line managing Grade 5 generalist roles located in academic departments.
We wish to appoint suitably qualified mental health professionals, who have recent experience of working with people experiencing common mental health difficulties using evidence based, brief psychological interventions.
We are looking for Practitioners who hold a relevant professional qualification and Registration/Accreditation with an appropriate professional body e.g. BACP, NMC, HCPC or BPS.
Interview date: To be confirmed
For informal enquiries: Anne Haversham, Head of Open Door and Disability, 01904 322140
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