Together is an amazing place to work. And it’s not just because we’re one of the UK’s oldest and most respected mental health charities. It’s because we put the people who use our services at the heart of everything we do – supporting and enabling them to take control of their lives and make a positive contribution to the community.
Hub Support Coordinators play a key role within a well-established and innovative mental wellbeing service based in Southwark. The role of Hub Support Coordinator is there to bridge the gaps between statutory, health, community and voluntary services and to provide personalised support to anyone with a concern about their own or someone else’s mental wellbeing in Southwark.
We support people to navigate local options of support and to be linked with specialist services which can meet their needs. Our aims are to support people to make informed decisions; to improve the wellbeing of everyone in Southwark and to support those with mental health needs to manage their wellbeing.
The role of Hub Support Coordinator, involves autonomous, mobile working in the community alongside engagement with a fast-paced team.
The Hub Support Coordinator will facilitate a drop-in space at our main office and through outreach in community settings. From this they will hold a caseload of individuals they will support on a one-to-one basis for up to 12 weeks. Hub Support Coordinators are required to coordinate and maintain their own workload and to regularly report on their activities in the community.
This role will require occasional evening and weekend working.
We have a firm commitment to encouraging fairness and diversity in our work force and we welcome applications from disabled people and those from BAME backgrounds.
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Successful candidates will require an enhanced DBS check. To find out more, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/disclosure-and-barring-service. Together is committed to equal opportunities and non-discriminatory practices. Charity No. 211091.