Community Engagement PWP West London NHS Trust-London W6

  • Full Time
  • London W6
  • 42,471 - 50,364 £ / Year

West London NHS Trust

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  • £42,471 – £50,364 a year

Job type

  • Full-time

Shift and schedule

  • 12 hour shift


London W6


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Full job description

We have an exciting opportunity within our friendly team for a qualified PWP with a passion for working alongside our local community to join us.

You will be supporting the leadership and delivery of work within Hammersmith & Fulham NHS Talking Therapies to engage the community and increase access to talking therapies for people in our borough.

What we offer:
A stable, supportive and innovative working environment with the potential for future career development

Significant training and development opportunities

As a team our values of Togetherness, Responsibility, Excellence and Caring underpin how we look after each other and our patients

Regular supportive line management and supervision

A comprehensive CPD and reflective practice program

You’ll bring the ability to inform, influence and empower our community members experiencing mental health concerns to refer and engage with talking therapy support.

Given the nature of the role, and the time and work to build trust and engagement with people and community providers, we hope to receive applications from those looking to stay in this role for at least 18 months to support the success of the project.

Our main office is based centrally, in Hammersmith and has very good transport links, amenities, and a vibrant high street all within 5 minutes’ walk. On average two late shifts (12-8pm) per week will be needed as part of this role to support with increasing access to treatment and community events.

This is an interesting and varied role with a degree of autonomy and the chance to get involved with various projects and initiatives.

Main tasks include –

Design, implementation and delivery of community events

Psych-educational & other community workshops

Stalls & promotional events

Training to community stakeholders

Attendance at stakeholder meetings

Engagement of the community via

Community events

Leadership of social media project

Communications via email, telephone, video, training / events

Development of promotional materials

Supporting the diversity and champion roles within the service

Researching, forming and developing new links with community stakeholders to expand the reach of our community engagement project.

Supporting the PWP team with signposting, training and other information related to the community

Holding a small clinical caseload to deliver GSH treatment and assessment to clients.

Induction and other training for staff members

Attendance at community project meetings, supporting with strategy and delivery

Leadership of band 4 roles to support delivery of the community engagement project (Assistant PWPs & Psychologists). This may include training, task delegation, communication, project management, community engagement workshop supervision and skills development.

West London NHS Trust is one of the most diverse healthcare providers in the UK, delivering a range of mental health and physical healthcare and community services. The Trust runs Broadmoor Hospital, one of three high secure hospitals in the country, with an international reputation.

Our high secure services care for patients from South of England and we provide low and medium secure services across eight London boroughs. The Trust also provides mental and physical healthcare in three London boroughs (Ealing, Hounslow and Hammersmith & Fulham). We employ 4,500 staff, of whom 56% are BME. Our turnover for 2023-24 is £426m.

The Trust is rated as ‘Good’ overall by the Care Quality Commission. Forensic services are rated as ‘Outstanding’.

The Trust is an established partner and contributor in the development of the evolving North West London Integrated Care System and the Integrated Care Board. The Trust leads the NW London Children and Adolescent Mental Health provider collaborative.

The Candidate Pack provides an overview of the key tasks and responsibilities of the role, and the person specification outlines the qualifications, skills, experience and knowledge required. Please view as attached

The person specification below is not the full person specification, but outlines the criteria against which your application form will be assessed.

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Ethan Anderson

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