Specialist Mentor Mental Health Jobs Vacancy at Barry Bennett Preston
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Specialist Mentor Mental Health Jobs Vacancy at Barry Bennett Preston Jobs Details:
Are you looking for temporary work with excellent rates and flexible working hours?
We are currently recruiting;
- Specialist Mentor (Mental Health)
Barry Bennett Ltd is recruiting for Specialist Mentors to support students at university. You will be employed on a zero hour’s contract starting asap.
This role would suit Mentor’s looking for flexible hours with excellent rates of pay.
Benefits and Pay Specialist Mentors : £33.85 inclusive of holiday pay and pension accrual
About the role:
Specialist mentors provide highly specialist, specifically tailored, one to one support which helps students address the barriers to learning created by a particular impairment, e.g. mental-health conditions, or autistic spectrum disorders. This could include a range of issues, for example, coping with anxiety and stress situations, how to deal with concentration difficulties, time management, prioritising workload and creating a suitable work-life balance. Specialist Mentors should not act as advocates or counsellors. Their role is to help students recognise the barriers to learning created by their impairment and support them in developing strategies to address these barriers, particularly at times of transition, e.g. when starting at university or when planning to move on from it. For some students this support will need to be ongoing while for others it might be gradually phased out or only be required at certain points of their course.
In depth knowledge and experience of the particular disability (e.g. mental-health condition, autistic spectrum disorder); understanding of the particular demands of study in HE.
Essential qualifications Mentoring support (M.H):
- Knowledge and experience of working with adults with a mental health condition and;
- Professional membership of at least one of the following professional bodies:
- Association of Child Psychotherapists
- BABCP accreditation
- BACP individual or MBACP
- British Psychoanalytic Council – under a member institution
- British Psychological Society Chartered Member (CPsychol)/IAPT register/ Graduate Member (MBPsS) AND also PG qualification in Psychology or Mental Health
- COSCA accredited member
- FDAP (NCAC)
- General Medical Council (GMC) – Psychiatry
- Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) (Arts Therapist/ Occupational Therapist/ Practitioner Psychologist/ Social worker in England)
- IACP accredited member
- Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) – Mental Health Nurse/ community Mental Health nurse / Psychiatric Nurse
- Social worker body for Scotland SSSC/ Wales CCWales/ NI (NISCC)
- UKCP full clinical individual member
- UMHAN member.
Job Type: Contract
Salary: £30.20 /hour