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Mind Manchester

Social Worker

Job Type

Salary

Location

Permanent

Region

£34,373

Posted Date

North West

4 April 2022

South Mersey | Central West | Central East

Closing Date

19 April 2022

Manchester Mind is working with Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust to deliver roles within Community Mental Health Teams in Manchester. To help us with this work we are looking to employ four social workers, two in South Mersey CMHT, one in Central West CMHT and one in Central East CMHT. The post-holders will work within integrated, multi-disciplinary teams with staff employed both by Manchester Mind and the Trust.

As a Social Worker you will be a crucial member of the team. You would be proactively supporting and care co-ordinating a caseload of people with mental health problems and complex needs.

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