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We are looking for an organised Navigator to take on an important new support role within our Community Living Well team in the West London area. The Navigation Service is for people with serious, stable, long term mental health needs who are supported in primary care. This is a new service, which will be a core part of the Community Living Well Service and is run in partnership by Kensington and Chelsea Social Council (KCSC), Jobs in Mind (JiM) and SMART.

You will be building and maintaining constructive working relationships with service users, carers, families, colleagues, lay people and wider community networks. You will be at the centre of a team working across and alongside a wide range of both internal and external services.

Excellent communication skills and effective team work are essential for this role.

You will be managing admin and support tasks ranging from immediate practical help to resolving complex issues.

You should have good IT skills, be well organised and be at your best when prioritising a multitude of tasks. You need to be a confident communicator who enjoys working with others and being at the heart of a busy team.

In return we will induct, develop and train you and give you the opportunity to be involved in challenging and rewarding work. You will have 28 days annual leave plus public holidays.

The selection process will involve a written exercise.

We particularly welcome applications from people who have lived experience of mental ill health as a user of services or as carer.

How to apply

Please find attached the job description and complete the attached Application Form

  • Closing date for receipt of applications 09:00am Tuesday 7th March 2017
  • Interviews will be held at 15 Gertrude Street, London SW10 during the week beginning13th March 2017

Previous applicants need not apply.

Job Description

Application Form

Feedback: In the interests of economy we will only notify those candidates who are shortlisted. Unfortunately, we are not able to give feedback to candidates not shortlisted.

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