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NBPS Practitioner

Job Summary
Contract Type:
Fixed Term
Working Pattern:
Full time
Advert Start Date:
12/06/2019
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 24/06/2019 23:59
Salary:
Band 9 £24,313 - £26,317 pa
Hours per week:
37
Job Category:
Other
Vacancy ID:
188374
Employment Location:
Hartlepool
Post Number:
107436
Closing date:
24 Jun
Further Information

Hartlepool is a vibrant and energetic town with growing prospects. As an authority we want to make Hartlepool the best it possibly can be and want dedicated, driven and committed staff to help us achieve that.

We are seeking to appoint a Neurological, Biological, Psychological and Sociological (NBPS) PSI practitioner to join our small but dynamic Substance Misuse Service.

Core duties associated with this role consist of developing and providing a range of needs led, evidence based, Psychosocial Interventions (PSIs), both standard and enhanced, to both adults & young people. Interventions will be delivered in group settings & 1-1 sessions. You will hold a keyworker caseload.

Our aim is promote sustained recovery in the community.

The workload will be varied, as well as delivering interventions to service users, you will be involved in developing and delivering training packages to internal & external services.

You should have knowledge and experience of delivering evidence based PSI and a knowledge and understanding of the NBPS approach. You should demonstrate an understanding of the issues faced by families affected by substance misuse.

You will have the skills to ensure that service users personal strengths, social networks and recovery capital (social, physical, human and cultural) are built and developed throughout the delivery of chosen therapeutic approaches.
You should be motivated, flexible and committed to work within a team in order to provide a consistent high quality service to customers.

You must possess excellent communication skills and pro-active problem solving abilities, whilst also promoting community inclusion.

For further information and an informal chat please contact Marie Shout on 01429 285000.

Please note
This job is closed for applications.