|Pay:||£23,082 per annum|
|Location:||Flexible home / office based in Peterborough or Cambridge, plus regional travel.|
|Deadline:||8.30am, Monday 10th August 2020|
|Interviews:||Tuesday 18th August 2020|
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Clinical Operations Manager to join our team to help manage our mental health services, across Cambridgeshire & Suffolk.
Working alongside our Mental Health team, you will:
- Support the organisational strategic objectives for all mental health services
- Support the Mental Health Programme Manager and provide leadership on clinical operations
- Manage clinical service delivery in schools and other settings, ensuring a high-quality service is provided; and work with the Training & Development Manager to manage quality assurance processes.
- Oversee the management, retention and growth of mental health services contracts in a range of settings and organisations
- Recruit, deploy, oversee and quality assure a team of self-employed therapists and counsellors
- Develop and oversee the implementation of impact monitoring, assessment and outcome measurement processes to ensure services are needs led, and evidence effectiveness
- Identify, design and implement direct mental health services using evidence based approaches involving consultation with stakeholders
- Adapt existing clinical services to new audiences such as youth organisations, housing, early years, and businesses.
- Support schools and settings with their mental health needs by providing advice, whole school wellbeing consultations and signposting to relevant services
- Work with the Training & Development Manager to actively keep up to date with new research, approaches and models to maintain high standards across all services
- Manage the development of non-clinical programmes to raise awareness of mental health using a whole setting approach, including the development of resilience programmes, campaigns, events, PSHE curriculum resources, etc
- To represent the organisation at internal and external events, membership groups, and strategic meetings to develop partnerships and share learning
Applicants should have the following qualities:
- Experience of working in schools and developing partnerships with a variety of stakeholders
- Sound knowledge of mental health, clinical governance, quality assurance, and evidencing impact
- Sound knowledge and experience of working with schools to provide evidence based approaches, assessing needs and working with a range of stakeholders
- Ability to oversee, motivate and engage others, with excellent interpersonal, organisational, leadership, time management and IT skills
- A good understanding of the safeguarding agenda and able to recognise the limits of own authority within the role
- Possess a minimum Level 4 or equivalent in Counselling, Therapy or a related mental health qualification having worked clinically with young people
- A current driving licence and access to a car for work
- Ability to work flexibly, including school based hours, working from home and occasional evenings as appropriate
- Ability to work additional hours as required and/or adapt working patterns to meet service needs
- Commitment to professional development both within and outside of working hours
Salary and benefits
This role is for 30 hours per week equating to a salary of £23,082. Additional benefits we offer include:
- 5 weeks holiday (Plus public holidays) Pro Rata for Part Time Staff
- Free use of the YMCA Gyms
- Competitive rates of pay and pension
- DBS Cost Paid
- Regular Supervisions
- Induction Programme and on the job training opportunities
- Continued professional development
- Internal progression opportunities
- Employee Assistance Programme
Alternatively, you can download and complete a word version of the application form (113KB, Word).
We would be grateful if you could also complete our Equality and Diversity Form (109KB, Word).
Please forward to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to:
YMCA Trinity Group
YMCA Trinity Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expects all staff to share this commitment.