Jobs

We are currently recruiting  for the following vacancies:

Mental Health Practitioners – Inner East and TNCP Clusters

We are recruiting for qualified and experienced practitioners to join the TNCP and Inner East Cluster teams.

The practitioners will offer consultations and assessments for families, young people and other professionals to support obtaining the most appropriate mental health support for children and young people. They may also deliver some one-to-one short-term therapeutic interventions to primary and secondary school pupils referred through the cluster.

Salary: £26,260 – £32,830 pro rata

Both roles are for 21 hours per week, all year round offered as a permanent contract.

Key dates:

  • Deadline for applications Wednesday 4 November 23.59
  • Interviews: Thursday 12 November

For more information about the posts including details of how to apply please see the full details on NHS Jobs


Senior Clinician, Calderdale Open Minds (CAMHS)

We are looking for an experienced, committed and forward looking practitioner to join Northpoint’s innovative Calderdale Open Minds (CAMHS) service.

This is a new post which has been developed to support the team as we continue to work towards service transformation and provide high quality needs-led support to children, young people and families.

Based in our office in central Halifax, the postholder will work closely with the leadership team and will focus on partnership working, development of clinical pathways, supervision, direct clinical work, and consultation around complex cases.

Northpoint is keen to increase the diversity of our workforce, and young people have told us it is important to them that the Open Minds (CAMHS) staff team is representative of the local population with regards to factors such as ethnicity, age, disability, gender, sexuality, and lived experience of accessing services.

For more information please read the full job pack on NHS Jobs

Hours: 35 hours per week (28+ considered)

Salary: £37,670 – £43,320 (pro-rata to 35 hours Full Time Equivalent)

Key dates:

  • Deadline for applications: Sunday 1 November 11.59 p.m.
  • Interviews: likely to be w/c 16 November

Mental Health in Schools Link Worker

Northpoint are looking for a skilled and qualified mental health practitioner with experience of working with schools and education settings. The service is well established and has successfully strengthened links and understanding between schools and mental health services. The post has become vacancy due to an internal promotion. The main focus of the role is to build capacity in the education workforce by helping school staff to feel more confident in supporting students and pupils with their emotional wellbeing. The postholder will work closely with Northpoint’s existing Open Minds service and the new schools-based Mental Health Support Team.

For more information please read the full job pack on NHS Jobs 

Hours: 28 hrs per week

Salary: £32,600 to £37,490 (pro-rata to 35 hours Full Time Equivalent)

Key Dates:

  • Closing date: Monday 8 November 11.59 p.m.
  • Interviews: Likely to be held w/c 23 November

Northpoint is keen to increase the diversity of our workforce, and young people have told us it is important to them that the Open Minds (CAMHS) staff team is representative of the local population with regards to factors such as ethnicity, age, disability, gender, sexuality, and lived experience of accessing services.


School Therapist – Garforth Cluster
Overview

In recent years Northpoint has significantly developed its school therapy services and is now commissioned by 17 clusters of schools across Leeds to provide therapeutic interventions to children and young people and/or parents in around 150 schools.

Northpoint is an established provider of therapeutic support to students and parents in schools. We are recruiting for a qualified and experienced therapist to join the Garforth Cluster team.

The role involves providing short term, evidence-based therapeutic interventions to children and young people who attend cluster schools.

The therapist will deliver one-to-one short-term therapeutic interventions to primary and secondary school children referred through the cluster.

The exact nature of the therapeutic work will depend on the presenting issues, and on the theoretical orientation of the post-holder; work will normally last for 6-8 weekly sessions but may be extended depending on factors such as the degree of engagement/clinical need/likelihood of CAMHS involvement etc. Any group interventions would also be consistent with the above approaches.

Hours: 33.5 hours per week – term time

Salary: £26,260 to £32,830 a year pro-rata 

Key dates:

  • Deadline for applications: Sunday 1 November 11.59 pm
  • Interviews: Monday 9 November 

To apply for this post please see full details on NHS Jobs


Northpoint Wellbeing is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be undertaken before all appointments.

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