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MensCraft PREVENTION & POSITIVE ACTIVITIES COORDINATORS 4 posts covering West, North, South and East Norfolk & Waveney Working across four localities, the coordinators will be responsible for supporting men who are experiencing a sense of hopelessness leading to suicide ideation. The roles will provide assertive outreach and support to individuals at the edge of crisis. Funded via Public Health and as part of Norfolk's Suicide Reduction Strategy, they will fit and be closely linked to the work of NHS Norfolk and Waveney CCG and related structures - each different in each locality. The roles will include identifying and implementing strategies to enable individuals to overcome barriers and ultimately to exit patterns of suicide ideation, and to engage in meaningful activities and social connections. An understanding of the complex issues contributing to suicide ideation and the impact on the lives of individuals and families is essential. As is experience of effectively supporting men via key-work and strengths based positive activities. Hours: 30/week. Salary: Circa £25,000 pro-rota. Initially a 1 year fixed term contract. Further details at www.menscraft.org.uk & www.jobs24.co.uk Closing date: 9am, 3rd August 2020 with interviews w/c 9th August 2020 MensCraft PREVENTION & POSITIVE ACTIVITIES COORDINATORS 4 posts covering West, North, South and East Norfolk & Waveney Working across four localities, the coordinators will be responsible for supporting men who are experiencing a sense of hopelessness leading to suicide ideation. The roles will provide assertive outreach and support to individuals at the edge of crisis. Funded via Public Health and as part of Norfolk's Suicide Reduction Strategy, they will fit and be closely linked to the work of NHS Norfolk and Waveney CCG and related structures - each different in each locality. The roles will include identifying and implementing strategies to enable individuals to overcome barriers and ultimately to exit patterns of suicide ideation, and to engage in meaningful activities and social connections. An understanding of the complex issues contributing to suicide ideation and the impact on the lives of individuals and families is essential. As is experience of effectively supporting men via key-work and strengths based positive activities. Hours: 30/week. Salary: Circa £25,000 pro-rota. Initially a 1 year fixed term contract. Further details at www.menscraft.org.uk & www.jobs24.co.uk Closing date: 9am, 3rd August 2020 with interviews w/c 9th August 2020

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