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Telephone: 01484 621480

Complex Support Practitioner.

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Salary Description
Contract Type
Poulton Le Fylde

Complex Support Practitioner – Blackpool

Salary £14.00ph

Hours Full Time/Part Time Positions. 

Car driver required for this role

This is a unique opportunity for the right individuals to join a small team who have a desire to provide high quality, compassionate and empathetic care to a young woman who is moving to her own home following a lengthy stay as an inpatient in a hospital environment.

We provide 2 to 1 support, ahead of supporting the transition for this young lady into the community, we have vacancies for days and also waking nights.

Working as part of a dedicated female only team of support practitioners providing daytime support to J on a 2 to 1 basis. Working closely with J, her support circle and health professionals to provide the right level of support, to ensure J’s safety whilst encouraging and empowering J to have autonomy over her life.

J lives with Dissociative Identity Disorder (Formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder) and is in recovery from an Eating Disorder.

It would be advantageous to have experience of working with and/or supporting people with complex trauma, dissociation, self-harm, eating disorders, sensory difficulties, and attachment issues. However, if you would be open to learning about and understanding these difficulties, we encourage you to apply! Full training on J's diagnosis and how best to support her will be provided.

A car driver is an essential requirement for the role as J hopes that once she is settled in her new home, she will be able to access places by foot and transport.

J hopes to eventually adopt a rescue dog and has a love of animals large and small. J enjoys listening to music and watching documentaries.

J will need support from staff who are able to be active and happy to support her on daily long walks and other sporting activities.

J has a love for nature, follows a vegan lifestyle and wishes to pursue an eco-friendly way of life so an interest in this would be desirable but not essential.

J is keen to learn about new opportunities and needs people that can guide and explore these with her and also suggest new activities/places to visit and who can be adaptable, responsive and calm when under pressure. J is very anxious about new situations and what to expect, her past experiences mean that she/other personalities don't always respond in a way that others would expect.

J will also need support with developing new routines, managing medication, sorting finances, paying bills and attending appointments.

We want to develop our staff to be skilled professionals who go the extra mile and:

  • Are accepting, open minded and have a willingness to get to know J and learn about her diagnoses.
  • See J and each of the other identities as individuals, adapting approaches as needed to ensure positive outcomes whilst respect and dignity is maintained.
  • Are committed to making a positive impact and maintain a supportive environment.
  • Are good communicators who are able to read and respond to verbal and nonverbal signs of anxiety and distress by providing consistent clear boundaries.
  • Display or gain a good understanding of issues experienced by people who have experienced severe trauma and long term hospitalisation.
  • Have a willingness to foster a healthy and balanced attitude towards food and body image.
  • Have a compatible personality, sense of humour and can develop a trusting, professional relationship.


· Free additional online development training available
· Career Development Opportunities - We are an expanding business,    keen to develop and retain the highest calibre of talent to embed our values.
· Full Support and supervision.
· DBS paid for
· Access to high quality Leadership Support.
The refer a friend scheme is worth £200 in total. This is split £100 after the person has worked 100 hours and then another £100 when they have passed probation (6 months usually).
To maintain the high standards, we provide to meet the outcomes of the people we are entrusted to support; we require skilled professionals who go the extra mile and possess:
Good communication skills.
See the person not just their needs, adapting approaches as needed to ensure positive outcomes whilst respect and dignity in care are maintained.
Experience of working with vulnerable people in the community to maintain or improve their independent living skills.
Commitment to making a positive difference to people - enabling others to live their best life.
Accurate record keeping skills.
The qualities that match our values driven services: resilient, warm, motivated, approachable with a strong value base.
Use own initiative whilst lone working in the community.


Why CJP Outreach Services?
CJP Outreach are committed to using our wealth of personal, hands on, experience across care and support to create a fresh approach to individuals and families in our local community. We understand what is important for the individual, their family and social connections.
We are keen to work with established care professionals who wish to be part of developing our approach to build and influence the quality-of-care provision locally. We are determined to do care differently to maintain our outstanding rating.



Apply now, or for further information call our friendly recruitment team on 01484 621480.

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