Job descriptionAre you looking for a brand new role in a newly developed team? We are looking to recruit a Care Navigator to the newly developed Autism and Learning Disabilities Liaison Team within CAMHS Oxfordshire. We have a very exciting opportunity and are looking to appoint one of the first Care Navigators working with 18-25 year old's in the newly developed Autism & Learning Disability Liaison Team for CAMHS Oxford. We are looking for an innovative professional who will work collaboratively with key multi-agency partners, children/young people (CYP) and their families. This role will be particularly attractive for someone who enjoys working collaboratively with other agencies to make sure we ‘get it right’ for children, young people and their families. Being one of the first Care Navigators 18–25-year-old specialist in CAMHS Oxon you will work closely with the Senior Clinical Team Lead and Manager to deliver the first phase of this national pilot scheme that will expand over the next three years to include all ages and additional Care Navigators subject to available funding from NHS England. You will be a system changer who has a real passion for making a difference to CYP, their families and carers in a person-centered way. This will involve day-to-day co-ordination and influencing commissioners, healthcare staff and wider professionals. Therefore a high level of negotiation and leadership skills will be essential. You will work with CYP, up to the age of 25, with the most complex needs and their families and carers to make sure families are fully involved in their plans, feel listened to and informed, plans are personalised, and they have the support they need at the right time, in a co-ordinated way. Keyworking should help families experience a reduction in stress and uncertainty and an increase in stability. The Care Navigator will utilise the Dynamic Support Register (DSR) and work closely within the Care Education and Treatment Review (CETR) process to identify the CYP most at-risk of admission to a mental health hospital. They will have oversight of their holistic programme of multi-disciplinary care and will proactively support the CYP to navigate, troubleshoot, challenge contentious issues and respond to escalating needs through their range of interventions and pathways. This will be an exciting development opportunity as you will be part of the implementation of a new service. We have good structures of both Clinical and Managerial Supervision as well as Peer Supervision/Reflective Practice Groups. Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust provides physical, mental health and social care for people of all ages across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Swindon, Wiltshire, Bath and North East Somerset. Our services are delivered at community bases, hospitals, clinics and people’s homes, delivering care as close to home as possible Our vision is that no matter who you are or where you are, you will tell us that you receive: “Outstanding care delivered by an outstanding team” Our values are: “Caring, safe and excellent” At Oxford Health we offer a wide range of benefits designed to support your career and wellbeing. These include: Excellent opportunities for career progression Access to tailored individual and Trust wide learning and development 27 days annual leave, plus bank holidays, rising to 33 days with continuous service NHS Discount across a wide range of shops, restaurants and retailers Competitive pension scheme Lease car scheme Cycle to work scheme Employee Assistance Programme Mental Health First Aiders Staff accommodation (please note waiting lists may apply) Staff networking and support groups hosted by our Equality, Diversity & Inclusion team This role involves a high level of organisation and planning in partnership with multi agency partners and families. This will include having an influential voice in the planning, formulation and adjustment of complex care programmes agreed at CETR meetings (care education and treatment review). This will impact how services work together to support CYP who are at the highest risk of admission to a mental health hospital. Make crucial judgements that will influence how services support CYP who are at crisis stage and, therefore mitigation against risk of sexual and physical abuse, complex family issues, self-harm and suicide risk is an important consideration. This requires the ability to make good decisions quickly by using complex analysis, challenging contentious issues and selecting best options to reduce Appropriately manage and report safeguarding concerns and collaboratively work with Social Care and other multi-agencies to manage safety risks and keep CYP Work with health, education, social care and the third sector by providing and receiving complex, sensitive information and breakdown barriers to understanding in order to achieve a set of key outcomes based on what matters to the Work in partnership with the Thames Valley Provider Collaborative and Local Authority colleagues to ensure smooth facilitation of transition into and out of secure settings, and into adult services for young Communicate clearly with the CYP and their family to help them understand and navigate the system including how to access legal and medical Represent and champion the CYP and their family in discussions around provision of care as required, communicating compassionately with the CYP and their family and confidently influence and motivate a range of professionals involved in their Troubleshoot on behalf of the CYP and their family where required to ensure the necessary support is put in place to enable them to stay out of a mental health hospital or be discharged into the community and to promote joined-up, consistent care that meets their needs and rights. This may involve constructively challenging the ‘status quo’, bureaucratic decision making and decision making in This role requires someone who can organise and lead groups of professionals and CYP and their families to work together to influence and support decision making. The post holder will be able to build positive working relationships with multi-disciplinary agencies, CYP and families.
All Related Listed jobs
Mmm delicious Glasgow, Scotland 53 days ago
Balfour Beatty Vinci Coleshill, West Midlands, England 17 days ago
G W Padley Poultry Ltd Boston, England 1 days ago