This is a challengin role which requires flexibililty, quick thinking whilst promoting and respecting individuals who may have a complex illness.
This role requires good organisational skills and the ability to prioritise and time management skills as well as the ability to think and act calmly. One must have a good understanding of mental health issues, be open minded towards others and non-judgmental, compassionate and patient; have the practical skills to assist daily living and the ability - more... to promote the rights, responsibilities and recovery of services users. I aim: to engender empowerment and well being not only in patients and carers but for staff also.
The expectation is to work together to build collaborative relationships wi ... - less
ProsDiversity, flexibility and frequent changes. Supportive colleagues and managers. Good amount of annual leave.
ConsLimited lunch breaks, long hours driiving. Limited NHS staff.