Recovery Navigator (Community Rehabilitation Service)

Missing Link
£25,359 - £27,449
Closing Date: 
Monday, 3 June, 2024 - 09:00
Contract Type: 
Full Time
Contract Details: 
Details of Role: 

As our Recovery Navigator you will focus on providing appropriate, effective interventions and treatments to people with long term mental health needs, and their carers (including friends and relatives) and their supporters in the community, enabling and assisting them to meet daily health, social care and well being needs, in line with personal recovery goals, and facilitating engagement with mainstream services.

Key duties and responsibilities of our Recovery Navigator:

 Build trusting and collaborative relationships with the service users.
 Co-produce, implement and review recovery plans, crisis plans and other self-management tools e.g. Wellness Recovery Action Plan, in partnership with service users in line with best practice.
 Case manage and co-ordinate support, referring and liaising effectively with all professionals, agencies and other parties involved in service user’s support in order to deliver the support package. Work closely with colleagues within the service and build strong partnership working with other agencies such as Health and Social Care, Voluntary and Community Service. Support/ facilitate service users to access services.
 Identify, assess, contribute, maintain, feedback and manage risk to ensure risk is minimised. Work in a safe manner using a positive risk-taking approach, ensuring the health and safety policies of Second Step and Missing Link are implemented and fully adhered to, to ensure all safeguarding issues are properly managed.
 Provide specialist support to women using the service and advice and guidance to other team members regarding women’s mental health issues.
 Provide specialist support and screening regarding domestic abuse/sexual violence, and provide advice and guidance to the team on pathways into DVA and sexual violence services.
 Participate actively in supervision and reflective practice. Proactively seek advice and support from colleagues and other agencies as relevant.
 Promote and facilitate service user involvement and inclusion within the service and the community.
 Contribute to project work, development initiatives and implementation of policies and procedures with guidance from the management team.
 Maintain hope and optimism for the individual with high expectations for recovery. Use lived experience (if appropriate) to positively support the individual’s recovery.

How to Apply: 

Please download the application pack from our website and complete the application form. Please submit your application by 9am on Monday 3rd June 2024. Please do not send CVs. Interviews will be held on Monday 10th June 2024.

Contact Person: 
Jane Stewart
Contact Email:
Contact Phone: 
0117 925 1811
Postal Address: 
5 Queen Square Bristol BS1 4JQ