SALARY:
NJC Scale Points 23 – 25, starting at £28,226 pro rata

HOURS:
24 hours per week

This role is fixed term up to March 2023, with the possibility of extension

Touchstone has been awarded funding from NHS Rotherham CCG to run the upcoming Rotherham Safe Space in the early evening and at night. The service is likely to operate between the hours of 6pm-1am, 3 evenings a week with exact hours to be coproduced at a later date.

The service provides a non-clinical alternative to A&E for adults in crisis, offering person-centred support in a non-clinical setting.

The post holder will provide leadership to the Safe Space team, including managing the day-to-day delivery of the service and supporting people in acute distress, including one to one support, support planning and liaising with local services.

The post requires evening, weekend, and bank holiday work.

We are looking to recruit people with personal experience of mental distress and substantial experience of supporting people in crisis, including working with people at risk of suicide and self-harm and supporting people from BME and LGBT communities.

Please Click Here to Download the Application Pack.

Once completed, please return your completed application to recruitment@touchstonesupport.org.uk

For more information about the role please contact Sharon Brown on recruitment@touchstonesupport.org.uk

As an employee of Touchstone, all successful applicants continually benefit from the following:

  • Personal wellbeing budget
  • 28 days annual leave (rising to 31 after 2 years) + 8 bank holidays (pro-rata)
  • Agile working policy
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Access to counselling and 24/7 confidential staff Mindful Employer helpline
  • Health and wellbeing and fun organisational staff away days
  • Inclusive maternity and parental policies and pay
  • A full range of staff and peer support networks
  • Excellent staff engagement
  • Lots of learning and development opportunities

Touchstone is an equal opportunities organisation, a Trans Positive employer and applications are welcome from all sections of the community, particularly, BME and LGBT communities and/or people with disabilities who are under-represented within Touchstone. Further information can be obtained from our equal opportunities policy. Please note that we do not hold a sponsor licence and we do not intend to offer sponsorship for this particular role. You should therefore ensure that you have/will have the right to work in the UK to be able to undertake this role, if appointed, you will be required to provide relevant right to work documents at the point of an offer being made to you. Applications can be obtained by visiting www.touchstonesupport.org.uk or by e-mailing recruitment@touchstonesupport.org.uk.