IUC Welfare Advisor
Help us to deliver the best possible care to our patients!
As an Integrated Urgent Care (IUC) Welfare Advisor you will assess and support people with wellbeing/welfare issues impacting on their positive attendance at work.
You will have an understanding of NHS Pathways and have supervisory experience. It is desirable that you have knowledge and understanding of welfare and wellbeing issues and are a Mental Health First Aider.
Main duties of the job
You will provide an environment where staff feel supported and empowered to create strategies and coping mechanisms to improve their personal resilience. You will promote attendance at work for all staff to benefit patient care and improve service resilience. You will work within the IUC call centres as part of the IUC Management Team. In addition to the competitive salary, we offer unsocial payments for working in the Out of Hours periods.
Working for our organisation
WHO WE ARE
Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) serves over 5 million people in the Yorkshire region covering an urban and rural area of almost 6,000 square miles and operates over vastly differing terrain ranging from isolated moors and dales to city centers, large urban areas and coastal stretches. YAS provides 24 hour urgent and emergency healthcare services through our IUC and Emergency Communication centers.
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*If successful at the shortlisting stage, you will be invited to an assessment centre and interview
Detailed job description and main responsibilities
You will have experience of managing the delivery of operational services and achievement of performance targets and have a proactive approach to your own development. You will have the flexibility to meet the needs of the service and will be required to work rota patterns including evenings, weekends and public holidays.
You will have the flexibility to travel across both Wakefield and Rotherham sites when necessary.
Our Diversity & Inclusion strategy “Embracing Diversity – Promoting Inclusivity” highlights Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust’s commitment to having a diverse and inclusive workforce reflecting the communities and patients we serve across the Yorkshire region. Our ambition is to work together to promote a more inclusive environment, which attracts all candidates from all sections of the diverse community and signals our commitment to embracing diversity and promoting inclusivity.
As an inclusive organisation we are taking action to support people from underrepresented groups such as Black, Asian and minority ethnic people, disabled people, and people from the LGBT+ community into employment. We have policies and procedures in place to ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and consistently at every stage of the recruitment process, including an invitation to the first stage of the selection process, for applicants who meet the essential criteria for the job vacancy, and consideration of reasonable adjustments for people who have a disability under the “Disability Confident Scheme”.
Please note the salary range stated in advertisements is calculated on a pro rata basis if the vacancy is part time.
Disclosure and Barring Service
Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust is committed to safeguarding & promoting the welfare of children & vulnerable adults. Many of our posts are subject to a Disclosure & Barring Service check (DBS). Should this position be subject to a DBS check the cost will be recovered from your salary as a one-off payment. Currently the charges made by the Disclosure and Barring Service are £44.00 for an enhanced check and £26 for a standard check.
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