MST-CAN Support Worker (Crisis Caseworker)
Full Time 37 Hours
Temporary 9 months (Secondment or fixed term Maternity cover)
Grade 7 £21,157 - £24,789 depending upon experience
This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of MST-CAN Doncaster.
What is MST- CAN?
Multisystemic Therapy for Child Abuse and Neglect (MST-CAN) is an evidenced programme designed to treat children ages 6 to 17 and their families who have come to the attention of Child Protective Services due to physical abuse and/or neglect.
MST-CAN works with the entire family in an effort to keep children with their families and help the family resolve clinical and practical concerns so that children can be safe.
The Crisis Caseworker will deliver interventions of comprehensive Multisystemic Therapy (MST) child abuse and neglect (CAN) according to the specifications and requirements set out in the MST License. These will address the behaviour of individual young people within a family and community setting under the supervision of the MST supervisor and MST consultant.
The Crisis Caseworker will work across all of the families allocated to MST-CAN, implementing interventions developed in conjunction with the case holding therapist. They will also participate in the weekly clinical supervision and consultation process.
The Crisis Caseworker will be well supported to develop their capability, knowledge and confidence in the MST-CAN methodologies. Support will come from a dedicated MST-CAN Supervisor who will work closely with MST-CAN Consultant. In addition having access to the wider UK and International MST-CAN and MST networks.
The Crisis Caseworker will attend (online) MST Orientation training and MST-CAN Orientation training to ensure they fully understand the model. Along with additional training and clinical development will be offered throughout.
If you are ready for a new development challenge, and have a real interest in how this evidenced based programme can positively support outcomes please follow the below Links for more information.
MST-CAN UK http://www.mstcan.com/
Should you require an informal discussion about the post please contact Martin Guy, MST-CAN Supervisor on 07970 403 071
To apply please read the Job Description and Person Specification and complete the online application form by:
Closing Date: Monday 6th June (midnight)
Interview Date: To Be Confirmed