The County Manager will help to improve the lives of people with serious mental illness by managing Hafal’s Day Service across the county of Cardiff in line with our commitment to principles of empowerment, self-management and recovery and ensuring compliance with internal and external quality standards inspection.
What’s our mission?
Hafal is founded on the belief that people who have direct experience of mental illness know best how services can be delivered. County Manager
Providing support across the seven local health board areas of Wales, Hafal is dedicated to empowering people with serious mental illness and their families to:
- achieve a better quality of life
- fulfil their ambitions for recovery
- fight discrimination
- enjoy equal access to health and social care, housing, income, education, and employment.
What do we do?
Hafal delivers a range of services to people with serious mental health illness including direct support and advice, support in a crisis, contact with others by phone, advocacy, support in a group setting, introductions for befriending, and employment and training projects. We also give clients a much-needed voice in the planning of mental health services.
Underpinning our services to clients, families and members is our own Recovery Programme. This Programme is based on modern principles of self-management and empowerment. It encourages clients and families to work towards recovery with the help of Hafal’s staff and other supporters by taking a more methodical approach to improving all areas of life.
As well as providing services Hafal campaigns vigorously through research, publications and media work to improve services for clients and families and to remove stigma and isolation associated with serious mental illness. Hafal is also represented on the Welsh Assembly Government’s Implementation Group which advises on implementation of the Mental Health Strategy for Wales.
To find out more about the work that we do, visit our website: www.hafal.org
Lead on performance of the Cardiff and Vale Day services/carers team; allocate tasks, agree objectives, set out
plans and work methods, monitor and evaluate performance to ensure all service contract objectives are met.
About this Job:
To facilitate the recovery of people with severe mental illness and improve the well-being of their carers by:-
Co-ordinating, manage and develop services across Cardiff and the Vale.
Working with own caseload of clients and Carers.
To provide recovery focused support services to service users and Carers living in the community.
Working collaboratively with CMHT’s, Psychiatric Wards, GP Surgeries, other Hafal projects and other
organisations to provide information, support, advice and respite opportunities to families, carers and
individuals coping with serious mental illness. County Manager
25 days per year rising incrementally to 30 days plus 8 public holidays (pro rata)
To apply for the role, please follow the link http://www.hafal.org/vacancies/