Team Leader - Older Adults Community Mental Health

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We have a vacancy within our Older Adult Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) within the Easter Ross area. The role provides leadership to the Older Adult Community team based in Invergordon, the team provide multi-disciplinary...

We have a vacancy within our Older Adult Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) within the Easter Ross area. The role provides leadership to the Older Adult Community team based in Invergordon, the team provide multi-disciplinary care to older adults experiencing, both functional and organic, mental health problems.

The team is based in the County Community Hospital Invergordon; however, the successful applicant would be able to choose a suitable area in the surrounding area to live. Inverness is the capital city of the Highlands which provides a good range of entertainment, retail outlets and restaurants. The surrounding area provides many beautiful wilderness areas with beaches, lochs, hills and mountains for outdoor enthusiasts or family outings.

As part of the Older Adult Mental Health Service for NHS Highland the post holder would be a leader who has a mental health nursing, social work or AHP qualification.  In addition, you will be able to demonstrate experience at the expert level, as defined within the promoting excellence framework. You will have obtained significant older adult mental health experience at a senior level, including experience leadership and development of staff. You will be able to evidence ongoing professional development relevant to the role

Non-medical prescribing or willingness to undertake would be preferred, as would a working knowledge of delivering service improvement initiatives. 

For this post a driving licence and access to a car is essential.
A relocation package may be available to the successful candidate.

Informal enquiries to Joyce Forsyth, Service Manger Older Adult Mental Health Service joyce.forsyth3@nhs.scot

NHS Scotland is committed to encouraging equality and diversity among our workforce and eliminating unlawful discrimination. The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best. To this end, NHS Scotland welcomes applications from all sections of society.

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NHS Highland is geographically the largest of the 14 regional boards of NHS Scotland, covering an area of 12,500 square miles, across Highland and Argyll & Bute.

As a board we strive to ensure the environment is conducive to nurturing a positive culture, supported and delivered through our NHS and Social Care values.

 

 

 

Care and compassion

Dignity and respect

Openness, honesty and responsibility

Quality and teamwork

 

 

 

 

 

NHS Scotland is reducing their full time working week from 37.5 to 37 hours per week from 1 April 2024 but with no change in pay.  This reduction will also be applied pro rata for part time staff.  This advert and any subsequent offer/contract of employment therefore reflects the new working hours.  However, as not all service areas will be able to adopt the 37 hour working week immediately from 1 April 2024, you may be required to work up to an additional 30 minutes per week for a temporary period for which you would be paid until the service you are working in changes rosters or working patterns to accommodate the new reduced working week.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Recruiting Board. 

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