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Carer Peer Support Worker - Personality Disorder Pathway

Salary: Band 3 - £21,730 - £23,177 per annum (pro rata for part time)
Hours: Part time - 30 hours per week
Location: Personality Disorder Pathway Hub - Mandala Centre Nottingham 
Closing: 21 November 2022

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Carer Peer Support Worker to work in the Personality Disorder Pathway. 

We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and passionate individual to support carers in the community.

You will have personal lived experience of supporting a friend, family member or loved one through mental distress and recovery.  You will be able to use your lived experiences to help, support and guide others.   

You will work with a variety of different patients and their families, often with complex mental health conditions, specifically difficulties related to complex emotional needs and Personality Disorder.

Whilst it is not essential that your lived experience is in the realms of complex emotional needs / Personality Disorder we are looking for someone who can demonstrate an understanding of the difficulties patients and their loved ones may face in a compassionate and non-judgemental manner. 

The job can be emotionally challenging at times, and you will receive support and guidance from colleagues within the team with the opportunity to attend further training and undertake supervision.

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