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Closing Date: 03/12/2020
Reporting to: Service Manager
Salary: £26,970 per annum – fixed point- NHS band 5, point 4 (pro-rata)
Working hours: 22.5 hours per week
Contract length: Permanent
Holidays: 25 days per annum (rising to 30 days pro rata per annum after 5 years’ service), plus Bank Holidays – pro-rata
Based at: Oakfield House, Macclesfield.
We are looking for motivated Qualified Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners (PWP) to join our expanding psychological wellbeing service in Eastern Cheshire. The post holders will work alongside other PWPs Counsellors and CBT Therapists within a stepped care model to provide a range of NICE approved low intensity interventions for depression and anxiety disorders. Treatment will be delivered through a range of modalities including face-to-face work, telephone therapy, E’therapy and facilitating structured groups such as the stress and anxiety group.
Please note all our PWPs have chance to do a day a week of home-working and we offer flexible working patterns such as condensed hours.
For more information about these posts please contact Lauren Solomon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for applications is 3 December 2020. Applications received after this time will not be considered and CVs will not be accepted.
If you need the application form in an alternative format, please contact our HR Team.
Find out more about what makes Big Life a great employer, from career development to a comprehensive staff wellbeing package.
The Big Life group positively promotes diversity in the workforce. We are committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.
In light of the current situation, we are making changes to the way we deliver services at the moment. One-to-one appointments that would normally be delivered face-to-face will now take place over the phone or through video call. There is no need to call us to confirm – your regular point of contact will call you at the time your appointment was scheduled.
We are also no longer holding groups inside. We’re currently arranging alternatives where possible through considering walking or virtual groups. Please contact your group facilitator, or the centre where the group runs from, for more information.
If you’re worried, think you may have symptoms of Coronavirus or want further information, see the latest advice from Public Health England.
Finally, if you’re struggling through self-isolation, please don’t feel alone. There are local community groups being created all over the country, which you can find here. Alternatively, you can call our community centres in your local area, which you can find here.