In partnership with the mental health charity RESPONSE, Oxford Health NHS Trust and other third sector organisations, Synolos is part of a pioneering new mental health service for young people. The Community In-Reach Team are based across a range of charities and social enterprises in Oxfordshire, including RAW, TRAX, BYHP, SOFEA, Ark-T and Oxfordshire Youth.
You will participate in three important relationships within your role:
Synolos: as your host organisation, Synolos will provide you with a creative environment to work with your caseload of young people. You will receive monthly line-management from the Senior Leadership Team, who will support the integration of your role into the wider organisation as well as providing you with holistic support so you are supported to work with a positive work-life balance.
Oxford Health: You will receive high quality training and clinical supervision from Oxford Health and be supported to use NHS Software to record all date and sessions, including progress on outcomes for young people.
Response: As the lead organisation, who are funded by Oxford Health CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service), Response provide case-management guidance. Synolos report to the Head of Children and Young People’s services on a quarterly basis. Response will connect you to the wider Community In-Reach team, who are also supported by the main contract lead, Response. To find out more information or to request a job pack, please email Kelly at email@example.com or call 01993 222555
Connect 4 Support Workers
The Job Our Support Workers at Synolos have a very special and unique role. Staff are required to support our clients in their family home, in the community and within our wellbeing and training centre at Synolos. Our staff should aim to facilitate our young people to reach their own potential, become empowered and confident and to support them to develop resilience, self esteem and social skills.
The Individual Our Support Workers will need to be experienced in social care whilst having a good overall understanding of Autistic Spectrum Condition. The right person will need to be fun, understanding, patient, have empathy and be an active listener. You will be guided by the young person to help them engage in their interests and explore/reach their aspirations. A knowledge and understanding of safeguarding is paramount and ongoing training will be provided throughout your employment
To find out more information or to request a job pack, please email Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07516 032582