Trainee Recovery Worker – Care (Mental Health) – Full/Part-Time
£19,761 p.a. (pro rata for part-time) – initial 12 month Contract with possibility of career progression
Do you want to work for an organisation committed to employee engagement, where every employee is valued and listened to? Do you want to be offered excellent personal development, training and supervision to help you achieve your full potential?
Then join Hexagon Housing Association as a Trainee Recovery Worker in SE15 or SE12.
Our rehab services based in Southwark SE15 and Lee SE12 for people with complex mental health needs, recently remodelled in line with the government’s choice and personalisation agenda. They provide 12 self-contained flats, a communal area, and garden ideal for offering clients activities around the creative arts, cooking, gardening and relaxation.
Working alongside Recovery Workers and other Team Members, this entry level role will offer you the opportunity to develop skills and abilities to support people with complex mental health needs and increase their confidence for independent living. You will have a problem solving approach, the ability to prepare meals, be customer focussed, and have a genuine interest in mental health. You will work 35 hrs (SE12) or 24 hrs (SE15) per week including weekends and early & late shifts on a rota.
This role is designed as a pathway to becoming a Recovery Worker. If you perform well in the role, you will have the opportunity to become a Recovery Worker following the 12 month traineeship.
You will be joining an award winning organisation committed to employee engagement, where every employee is valued, listened to, and supported to achieve their full potential.
Benefits of working for Hexagon include pension scheme, TOIL, and generous annual leave plus Bank Holidays.
How to Apply
Click on the apply link via this page which will take you through to the Hexagon Housing Association website and online application form.
Confirmation of appointment for post is subject to obtaining an acceptable Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure Barring Service.
Closing Date: Sunday 8th August 2021
We are committed to building a diverse workforce and making Hexagon an inclusive place to work where everyone can be themselves and feel valued for their contribution.