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To support the delivery of exemplary case management, supporting participants referred to WWEH throughout their end-to-end journey on the programme, delivered in accordance with professional standards and best-practice vocational rehabilitation approaches.
• Experience of working with multiple stakeholders, particularly employers, to arrange Return to Work plans and facilitate safe, sustainable reintegration to the workplace
• Excellent communication skills with the ability to adapt to a wide range of communication and learning styles
• Strong interpersonal skills (e.g. listening, questioning, building relationships, motivation and demonstrating initiative)
• Influencing skills to promote commitment and action to improve teamwork
• Strong written communication skills with the ability to produce clear, accurate reports, statistics and documentation
• Customer and outcome focused and solutions-based approach.
• Planning, problem-solving and organisational skills.
To support the delivery of exemplary case management and support of participants referred to WWEH, delivered in accordance with professional standards and best practice. Including:
• Undertaking the Biopsychosocial Assessment with participants;
• Producing high-quality bespoke Return to Work Plans (RtWP) and return to work advice;
• Undertaking regular (at least monthly) reviews with participants and updating their RtWP;
• Delivery of non-clinical interventions with participants (e.g. resilience training, CV writing);
• Onward referrals to interventions in the GM eco-system (e.g. substance misuse support) and Expert Practitioner network (e.g. Physio) as required by the RtWPs.
Strong understanding skills / qualifications or experience of the development and implementation of return to work strategies, vocational rehabilitation and support mechanisms.
Have skills / qualifications or experience of understanding and providing support to people with a wide range of health conditions and/or disabilities.
Evidence of CPD to ensure the delivery of most recent and up-to-date / researched vocational rehabilitation services and support, to the correct quality standard.
Minimum of 5 GCSEs (or equivalent) at C or above including English Language and Maths or equivalent experience
Some VRCs will also hold or be eligible for membership of the VRA; have an excellent understanding of Employment Law, the DDA, Health & Safety legislation and requirements, and experience of conducting diagnostic interviews.