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*External Vacancy* High Intensity User (HIU) Worker (2 posts available) (Doncaster Mind)

1x25 hours per week 1x20 hours per week (please specify which post you are interested in on you application)
£21,600 per annum pro rata
Closing date: 9th March 2020
Interview date: 12th March 2020
(If you cannot make this date and are interested in applying please contact us)

Doncaster Mind is a successful mental health charity providing a range of services to help support people’s mental health recovery and wellbeing including counselling, peer support, training, volunteer development and information and guidance.

The HIU project is an exciting new service delivered in partnership with Open Minds and PFG, aimed at working with HIUs to appropriately reduce the number of A&E attendances, non- elective admissions and potentially 999 calls.

As HIU worker, you will be responsible for working 1-1 with High Intensity Users to provide effective, person centred support. We are looking for compassionate and reflective individuals with a good understanding of the needs of high intensity users and experience of supporting individuals with complex needs.

For an application pack visit or if you need support to download an application please ring on 01302 812190.

We are offering all potential applicants the opportunity to meet with us to discuss the application process, details of the role and to find out more about Doncaster Mind on Monday 24th February 2020. We will be meeting people at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm on this date. There is no need to book an appointment. If you are interested in meeting with us, please arrive at Doncaster Mind at one of the above mentioned times.

If you would like an informal discussion about this post, please contact Vicky Blakey-Archer, Deputy CEO on 01302 812190 or . Your completed application form should be returned to: or posted to:
Vicky Blakey-Archer, Doncaster Mind, 2-5 Princes Street, Doncaster, DN1 3NJ

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