1 RECOVERY EDUCATION FACILITATOR LAOIS / OFFALY (PART TIME – **APPLY
ON THE WEBSITE** HOURS):
PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE NUMBER **APPLY ON THE WEBSITE** WHEN APPLYING
FOR THIS POSITION.
CHO MLM (8) MIDLANDS, LOUTH & MEATH, ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES, is
a service that serves both an urban and rural communities. The
services are working towards developing a strong recovery oriented
practice approach to service delivery and service user engagement. The
service is largely comprised of Community Mental Health Teams (CMHT)
that aim to offer support to people and their supporters in their own
home and approved centres that provide inpatient services. CHO MLM is
working towards implementing the principles outlined in the HSE
National Framework for Recovery Mental Health (**Apply on the
website**). This is also in line with Living Life Well / Goal 5 of
Mental Health Irelands strategy – Empowerment – from Ideas to
Actions (**Apply on the website** – **Apply on the website**).
CHO MLM Adult Mental Health services is partnering with Mental Health
Ireland to continue to develop, deliver and embed recovery education
in the services. This initiative aims to promote an educational
approach to recovery in mental health. It will do this through the
development and delivery of coproduced content in community settings
and elsewhere, with a clear emphasis on attending to narrative,
building relationships and harnessing high quality adult learning.
Mental Health Ireland, in collaboration with HSE CHO MLM Adult Mental
Health Services is recruiting 1 X RECOVERY EDUCATION FACILITATOR FOR
LAOIS / OFFALY MHS (PART TIME -**APPLY ON THE WEBSITE** HOURS) FOR A
**APPLY ON THE WEBSITE** MONTH FIXED TERM.
The post holder will assist services in achieving targets set out in
the HSE National Framework for Recovery Mental Health (**Apply on the
Applicants will have a strong and demonstrable commitment to recovery
informed by lived or family member mental health experience and
experience of co-production and facilitation of recovery education
programmes. The successful candidate must demonstrate:
* Experience of active involvement in mental health recovery
* Commitment to recovery informed by relevant lived experience or
family member mental health experience.
* Strong and demonstrable experience of group facilitation or
similar engagement processes with service users and family members as
relevant to this role.
This position is a **Apply on the website** month fixed term contract.
There are several options for the base of work across the region
dependant on the candidates preferences.
Please forward a CV and covering letter of application to **Apply on
the website** Download the job description here:
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