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Filmmaker Assistant - Courses (London)

Domestika

London
12 days ago
London
12 days ago

At Domestika we’re looking for a Filmmaker Assistant.

Your main responsibility will be to help in the preparation of the shoots, facilitate the production processes, review technical and digital material, and give support to the different departments involved in a shoot. You will be part of the team managing the Domestika Courses in London.

Domestika is one of the largest growing creative communities within the creative industry. It all started as a small but dynamic showcase of creative professionals, designed to help them connect and learn from each other.

Years later, born from this core value, Domestika widened its reach by designing and producing online courses for all those who want to learn and improve professionally with the best teachers. The community has grown to more than 5 million people who are constantly curious and passionate about learning new skills.

What does a Filmmaker Assistant do at Domestika?

  • You will be in charge of preparing the filming together with the director, managing the necessary technical material.
  • You will provide support in collaboration with other production departments such as Photo, Art, or Postproduction.
  • You will assist the filmmaker by keeping track of the minutes, the audio, or operating the camera.
  • After the recording, you will share the responsibility of the backup with the filmmaker.
  • You will facilitate the production process in everything related to the correct operation of the video and sound equipment on the set, as well as the review of technical and digital material.

Requirements:

  • You have experience in audiovisual environments, camera, and basic knowledge of sound.
  • You have a native or bilingual level of English.
  • You are dynamic and able to solve any problem related to filming and production.
  • You know that good organization is key.
  • You respect the protocols on set and you know the digital workflows.
  • You are resolutely decisive and know how to meet deadlines, both in filming and the assembly of sets.
  • You feel comfortable in high-performance projects.
  • You are creative, you enjoy creativity, and have a keen interest in both the arts and visual communication.
  • You help solve any unforeseen events related to audiovisual production.
  • You have the skills necessary to relate to and communicate with other professionals. You listen actively and collaborate with the group. You enjoy teamwork.
  • You are restless and you like to learn new things.

What do we offer in exchange?

  • Work in one of the leading companies in the creative industry.
  • A fun, creative, collaborative, and multicultural team.
  • Freedom to propose courses of action that help solve challenges.
  • An honest salary according to your experience and profile.
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Registered Nurse, Deaf Child Inpatient Corner House

National Health Service

Springfield Hospital, London
6 days ago
Springfield Hospital, London
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
6 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 294-CAMH-2974699

Employer:
South West London and St Georges Mental Health NHS Trust
Department:
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
Location:
Springfield Hospital, London
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 pa inc plus Inner London HCAS

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust has a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. We provide a full range of local mental health services to the Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth London boroughs, as well as specialist forensic mental health services, including specialised services such as national deaf adults and CAMHS inpatients and OCD.

We are committed to providing high quality integrated health and social care for local people with mental health problems in South West London and more specialist mental health services for people throughout the UK. The Care Quality Commission already rates our services as ‘good’ however we aim to be ‘outstanding’.

Our Values

We take pride in providing specialist care to our service users where our Trust values; being consistent, compassionate, collaborative, respectful and open is at the heart of everything we do. Our mission is "making life better together".

When you join us, you’ll be part of something special – an innovative and rapidly growing organisation that is helping to redefine the Mental Health, education and social care landscape in the UK.

As a Trust we are happy to talk flexible working.


Band 5 staff nurse at Corner House national deaf CAMHS inpatient service

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust has a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. We provide a full range of local mental health services to the Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth London boroughs, as well as specialist forensic mental health services, including high secure services, at Springfield Hospital.

We take pride in providing specialist care to our service users where our Trust values; being consistent, compassionate, collaborative, respectful and open is at the heart of everything we do. When you join us, you’ll be part of something special – an innovative and rapidly growing organisation that is helping to redefine the Mental Health, education and social care landscape in the UK.

About the team:

Corner House is a 7 bedded National Child and Adolescent inpatient ward. It is a unique unit providing mental health services for children as young as 5 up to their 18th birthday. Corner House also offers up to 3 day patient places. The unit is part of the wider National Deaf CAMHS and works closely with the Deaf CAMHS community teams across the U.K.

The children/young people admitted to the ward are all deaf or hard of hearing and come from a wide range of background from all over the country. Young people come onto the ward with a range of different presentations including emotional and behaviour dysregulation and psychotic illnesses. As a large proportion of the presentation at admission is directly or indirectly related to the language deprivation or disorder the use of medication is not considered as a first choice. The limited access to language (or language difficulties) impacts on the individual’s emotional development and regulation skills. 31% of deaf children/young people present with mental health problem whilst their hearing counterpart present with a figure of 20%. Within this group, 30% of deaf children/young people have mental health difficulties that present in the form of emotional dysregulation and there is a strong co-morbidity with other presentations such as depression, anxiety, deliberate self-harm, psychosis, Autism Spectrum Disorder, somatisation, and attachment disorders, amongst others.

The ward has a strong therapeutic ethos and works as a therapeutic community working closely with the attached school. Clinicians use a range of techniques and interventions to support young people during their time on the ward advised by mentalisation based therapies and emotional focused models. The importance of family work is recognised in the service and parents/carers are actively involved in the work that we do.

We work hard to promote a bilingual and multicultural environment and support deaf culture both within and outside of the service. Owing to the nature of this highly complex group and the type of presentation clinicians are expected to deliver treatment in BSL or Sign Supported English (SSE) depending on the child/young person’s mode of communication. This is supported with the use of British Sign language (BSL) interpreters and/or deaf colleagues if the clinician is unable to sign. You will be supported in training and develop skills in BSL when you start on the ward and will be put through BSL level one and two. Support is also available for both the understanding and the application of the therapeutic work through monthly in house training days and the option to apply for relevant training.

About the role:

SWLSTG is proud to offer a unique opportunity for a highly motivated Staff Nurse who will be responsible for supporting the wider MDT provide high quality care. You will be dynamic, motivated, and passionately committed to providing the highest possible quality of mental health care to Deaf young people. The post is demanding but rewarding, and you will be provided with excellent multi-disciplinary team support, supervision and learning opportunities. It is not essential that you are able to communicate using BSL initially, as you will be provided with the training opportunity to achieve BSL Level 2 within two years of your appointment.

National Deaf Services is part of the CAMHS service line within South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust. The Directorate provides services in both tier 3 and tier 4 CAMHS as well as the Nation Deaf CAMHS services. The Trust is also linked to St George’s Hospital, which is one of the country’s leading teaching hospitals with an international reputation for patient care, education and research.

The service is committed to promoting Deaf culture and promoting the Deaf identity of young people is integral to the delivery of care within the service. The unit is the only one of its kind in the country and is commissioned by the National Specialist Commissioning Team. We therefore play a key role in the ongoing development of National Deaf CAMHS Services along with our colleagues in other parts of the country. As A Health Care Assistant, you will work closely with the young people and play a key role in promoting a positive culture and act as a role model.

Join us in helping our children and young people with complex mental health needs plant seeds and grow in confidence within our integrated CAMHS ‘Park’.

About the location:

Our Ward is located within the impressive grounds of Springfield University Hospital in Tooting and we also operate in nearly 100 other locations throughout the UK. This is easily accessible via the Northern Line (Tooting Bec Station) and via private transport. The Trust provides subsidised parking fares for all our substantive staff. Our main site is located immediately next to Tooting



At South West London St Georges Mental Health Trust we are committed to providing services which embrace diversity and that promote equality of opportunity. We are a Disability Confident Employer, we welcome applications from all sections of the community and people of all protected characteristics. We are Members of Stonewall Diversity Champions and also a member of the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion.

As part of the Trust's commitment to Equalities and Diversity, the Trust supports the establishment of Staff Networks groups to promote diversity in the workplace:

  • BME (Evolve) Staff Network
  • Christian Staff Network
  • Disability Staff Network
  • Deaf Staff Network
  • Mental Health Staff Forum
  • Women's Staff Network
  • LGBTQAI+ Staff Network

We provide reasonable adjustments to the interview process for any candidates with a disability.

Please note:

  • That the closing date listed is a guide only and that the vacancy may close earlier should sufficient number of applicants have been received. We advise that you submit your application as early as possible
  • That once you have submitted your application you agree to your application being transferred to a 3rd party e-recruitment system
  • That should you not have heard from us within three weeks from the closing date your application has not successful.
  • That priority consideration for applications may be given to at-risk NHS employees
  • That should you be successful and appointed, you authorise South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust to confirm your previous NHS service via an Inter Authority Transfer (IAT) process
  • That your employment is offered subject to successful completion of a 3 or 6 months Probationary Period depending on your Band
  • That we are a smoke-free Trust
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Registered Nurse, Deaf Child Inpatient Corner House

National Health Service

Springfield Hospital, London
6 days ago
Springfield Hospital, London
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
6 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 294-CAMH-2884820-A

Employer:
South West London and St Georges Mental Health NHS Trust
Department:
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
Location:
Springfield Hospital, London
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 pa inc plus Inner London HCAS

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust has a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. We provide a full range of local mental health services to the Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth London boroughs, as well as specialist forensic mental health services, including specialised services such as national deaf adults and CAMHS inpatients and OCD.

We are committed to providing high quality integrated health and social care for local people with mental health problems in South West London and more specialist mental health services for people throughout the UK. The Care Quality Commission already rates our services as ‘good’ however we aim to be ‘outstanding’.

Our Values

We take pride in providing specialist care to our service users where our Trust values; being consistent, compassionate, collaborative, respectful and open is at the heart of everything we do. Our mission is "making life better together".

When you join us, you’ll be part of something special – an innovative and rapidly growing organisation that is helping to redefine the Mental Health, education and social care landscape in the UK.

As a Trust we are happy to talk flexible working.


Band 5 staff nurse at Corner House national deaf CAMHS inpatient service

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust has a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. We provide a full range of local mental health services to the Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth London boroughs, as well as specialist forensic mental health services, including high secure services, at Springfield Hospital.

We take pride in providing specialist care to our service users where our Trust values; being consistent, compassionate, collaborative, respectful and open is at the heart of everything we do. When you join us, you’ll be part of something special – an innovative and rapidly growing organisation that is helping to redefine the Mental Health, education and social care landscape in the UK.

About the team:

Corner House is a 7 bedded National Child and Adolescent inpatient ward. It is a unique unit providing mental health services for children as young as 5 up to their 18th birthday. Corner House also offers up to 3 day patient places. The unit is part of the wider National Deaf CAMHS and works closely with the Deaf CAMHS community teams across the U.K.

The children/young people admitted to the ward are all deaf or hard of hearing and come from a wide range of background from all over the country. Young people come onto the ward with a range of different presentations including emotional and behaviour dysregulation and psychotic illnesses. As a large proportion of the presentation at admission is directly or indirectly related to the language deprivation or disorder the use of medication is not considered as a first choice. The limited access to language (or language difficulties) impacts on the individual’s emotional development and regulation skills. 31% of deaf children/young people present with mental health problem whilst their hearing counterpart present with a figure of 20%. Within this group, 30% of deaf children/young people have mental health difficulties that present in the form of emotional dysregulation and there is a strong co-morbidity with other presentations such as depression, anxiety, deliberate self-harm, psychosis, Autism Spectrum Disorder, somatisation, and attachment disorders, amongst others.

The ward has a strong therapeutic ethos and works as a therapeutic community working closely with the attached school. Clinicians use a range of techniques and interventions to support young people during their time on the ward advised by mentalisation based therapies and emotional focused models. The importance of family work is recognised in the service and parents/carers are actively involved in the work that we do.

We work hard to promote a bilingual and multicultural environment and support deaf culture both within and outside of the service. Owing to the nature of this highly complex group and the type of presentation clinicians are expected to deliver treatment in BSL or Sign Supported English (SSE) depending on the child/young person’s mode of communication. This is supported with the use of British Sign language (BSL) interpreters and/or deaf colleagues if the clinician is unable to sign. You will be supported in training and develop skills in BSL when you start on the ward and will be put through BSL level one and two. Support is also available for both the understanding and the application of the therapeutic work through monthly in house training days and the option to apply for relevant training.

About the role:

SWLSTG is proud to offer a unique opportunity for a highly motivated Staff Nurse who will be responsible for supporting the wider MDT provide high quality care. You will be dynamic, motivated, and passionately committed to providing the highest possible quality of mental health care to Deaf young people. The post is demanding but rewarding, and you will be provided with excellent multi-disciplinary team support, supervision and learning opportunities. It is not essential that you are able to communicate using BSL initially, as you will be provided with the training opportunity to achieve BSL Level 2 within two years of your appointment.

National Deaf Services is part of the CAMHS service line within South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust. The Directorate provides services in both tier 3 and tier 4 CAMHS as well as the Nation Deaf CAMHS services. The Trust is also linked to St George’s Hospital, which is one of the country’s leading teaching hospitals with an international reputation for patient care, education and research.

The service is committed to promoting Deaf culture and promoting the Deaf identity of young people is integral to the delivery of care within the service. The unit is the only one of its kind in the country and is commissioned by the National Specialist Commissioning Team. We therefore play a key role in the ongoing development of National Deaf CAMHS Services along with our colleagues in other parts of the country. As A Health Care Assistant, you will work closely with the young people and play a key role in promoting a positive culture and act as a role model.

Join us in helping our children and young people with complex mental health needs plant seeds and grow in confidence within our integrated CAMHS ‘Park’.

About the location:

Our Ward is located within the impressive grounds of Springfield University Hospital in Tooting and we also operate in nearly 100 other locations throughout the UK. This is easily accessible via the Northern Line (Tooting Bec Station) and via private transport. The Trust provides subsidised parking fares for all our substantive staff. Our main site is located immediately next to Tooting



At South West London St Georges Mental Health Trust we are committed to providing services which embrace diversity and that promote equality of opportunity. We are a Disability Confident Employer, we welcome applications from all sections of the community and people of all protected characteristics. We are Members of Stonewall Diversity Champions and also a member of the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion.

As part of the Trust's commitment to Equalities and Diversity, the Trust supports the establishment of Staff Networks groups to promote diversity in the workplace:

  • BME (Evolve) Staff Network
  • Christian Staff Network
  • Disability Staff Network
  • Deaf Staff Network
  • Mental Health Staff Forum
  • Women's Staff Network
  • LGBTQAI+ Staff Network

We provide reasonable adjustments to the interview process for any candidates with a disability.

Please note:

  • That the closing date listed is a guide only and that the vacancy may close earlier should sufficient number of applicants have been received. We advise that you submit your application as early as possible
  • That once you have submitted your application you agree to your application being transferred to a 3rd party e-recruitment system
  • That should you not have heard from us within three weeks from the closing date your application has not successful.
  • That priority consideration for applications may be given to at-risk NHS employees
  • That should you be successful and appointed, you authorise South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust to confirm your previous NHS service via an Inter Authority Transfer (IAT) process
  • That your employment is offered subject to successful completion of a 3 or 6 months Probationary Period depending on your Band
  • That we are a smoke-free Trust
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Flying Start Health Visitor

National Health Service

Flying Start, WA
4 days ago
Flying Start, WA
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
4 days ago
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 100-NMR402-1020-A

Employer:
Hywel Dda University Health Board
Department:
Health Visiting
Location:
Flying Start, Llwyn yr Eos campus., Aberystwyth
Salary:
£31,365 - £37,890 per annum pro rata

Our Hywel Dda values reflect who we are and how we behave. We continuously work together to be the best we can be as we strive to develop and deliver excellent services, putting people at the heart of everything we do. Throughout our recruitment process you will be asked to think about how you would demonstrate these values in the way that you work with us.

The Health Board has a clear duty of care to protect its employees’ health and safety at work and this includes understanding if they are at extra risk due to the Covid-19 virus. Conditional offers of employment for all vacancies are subject to a COVID19 risk assessment for your own health, safety and wellbeing. The risk assessment will take place during your pre-employment Occupational Health checks. You are encouraged to consider whether you are a higher risk of developing more serious symptoms if you come in contact with the Covid-19 virus prior to submitting your application.

To keep up to date with our latest recruitment activity follow us on Facebook (Swyddi Hywel Dda Jobs), LinkedIn or on Twitter @SwyddiHDdaJobs

Hywel Dda University Health Board reserve the right to close vacancies after 24 hours if a large number of suitable applications are received. We encourage early applications to ensure consideration for a post.


An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Health Visitor to join the Flying Start Health Visiting Team in Aberystwyth, Ceredigion on a permanent basis.

Aberystwyth is nestled on the West Wales coastline and Ceredigion county has beautiful countryside and seaside towns.
The post holder will be responsible for delivering the Flying Start enhanced health visiting programme for a defined caseload of children, families and communities whilst implementing public health initiatives. You will be expected to work in partnership with other professionals and agencies to address health needs - demonstrating excellent communication skills whilst working both autonomously and as part of a team.
The post holder will be part of the multi-disciplinary Flying Start Team, Advisory Teacher, Childcare staff, Speech and Language Therapists and Family Support Workers. They will carry some responsibility for delegation and supervision of packages of care - covering parenting, health and early language for the Family Support Workers and will have a range of services that they can use to support families in their care - Parenting Courses, Baby Massage, Young Parents' Groups and much more.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this post; English and/or Welsh speakers are equally welcome to apply.



Hywel Dda University Health Board operates a bilingual policy / Mae Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel Dda yn gweithredu polisi dwyieithog.

‘All applicants are invited to apply in Welsh, any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application made in English’.

‘Gwahoddir ymgeiswyr i wneud cais yn Gymraeg, ni fydd unrhyw gais a gyflwynir drwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg yn cael ei drin yn llai ffafriol na cheisiadau a wneir yn y Saesneg’.

By submitting your application to NHS Jobs/Trac, you are giving your consent for elements of your application data to to be transferred to the NHS Electronic Staff Record (ESR) and other secure, internal NHS Workforce systems in order to support and manage your recruitment and employment within your employing organisation; to be used by Recruitment for purposes of checking your Professional Registration online (where applicable).

These processes are in line with Fair and Lawful processing in line with current Data Protection Legislation especially those in relation to your personal or sensitive personal data (sensitive personal data is defined as any declared physical or mental health conditions, racial or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, trade union membership, political opinion, religious beliefs). As an organisation, we ensure that the legislation defining confidentiality is observed such as use of data for specific, defined purposes, and use of data that is relevant and not excessive whilst practicing data accuracy and security of all held personal identifiable information (PII).

If you are successfully appointed, by completing the application form you authorise the UHB to obtain any previous NHS service details including all electronically held sickness information, via the Inter Authority Transfer process on the national Electronic Staff Record (ESR).

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Filmmaker - Courses (London)

Domestika

London
12 days ago
London
12 days ago

At Domestika we are looking for a Filmmaker.

Your main responsibility will be to be in charge of all the recording of the course content, the promotional trailer, and other audiovisual materials so that the course is perfectly reflected, working hand in hand with producers, teachers, and creatives. You will be part of the Domestika Course Contents team in London.

Domestika is one of the creative communities with the highest growth and projection in the creative industry. It was born as a small but vibrant community of creative professionals eager to share knowledge and learn from each other.

A few years ago, based on its founding idea, Domestika broadened its vision by designing and producing online courses for people who want to learn and grow professionally together with the best teachers. From this idea, a community of more than 5 million people emerged who share the same passion for learning and creative curiosity.

What does a Filmmaker do at Domestika?

  • You are in charge of the pre-production and organization of filming together with one of the Domestika producers.
  • You are responsible for the recording of the courses and during the filming; managing and supervising the realization, lighting, and sound.
  • You are responsible for all the recording material of the course content.
  • You are responsible for creating the promotional trailer, from concept to production.
  • You supervise the visual communication of the course: art direction, costumes, and photography.
  • You work with the teacher and other creatives to make the content the most appropriate for the course.
  • Your profile is that of someone creative, who enjoys creativity and has a great interest both in all the arts and in visual communication.

Requirements:

  • You have experience in filmmaking.
  • You have a native or bilingual level of native English.
  • You are dynamic in the face of any problem related to the cameras, as well as to solve production contingencies.
  • You are creative in proposing ideas to the teachers and the production team.
  • You have experience with image retouching and design tools such as Illustrator and Photoshop, as well as video editing with Davinci Resolve.
  • You are interested in directing photography.
  • You like to write and it is one of your strengths.
  • You know that good organization is a good antidote.
  • You respect the protocols in operation.
  • You are resolutely decisive, you have a sense of humor and a good dose of flexibility.
  • You know that the details make the difference.
  • You feel comfortable in high-performance projects with deadlines.
  • You know how to set the pace for the production team and you make things easier for everyone.

It is a plus if:

  • You have notions of stop motion.
  • You have experience in recording with chroma for visual effects and CGI.
  • You have notions of sound recording.
  • You have experience in creating promotional or training videos.

What do we offer you in exchange?

  • Work in one of the reference companies in the creative industry.
  • A fun, creative, collaborative, and multicultural team.
  • An honest salary according to your experience and profile.
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Cinematographer - Courses (London)

Domestika

London
10 days ago
London
10 days ago

At Domestika we’re looking for a Cinematographer.

Your main responsibility will be to take charge of the design and execution of the lighting for the recording of the course content, the promotional trailer, and other audiovisual materials so that the course is perfectly reflected, working closely with Filmmakers and Set Designers. You will be part of the Domestika Course Contents team in London.

Domestika is one of the largest growing creative communities within the creative industry. It all started as an online forum and a small but dynamic showcase of creative professionals, designed to help them connect and learn from each other.

Years later, born from this core value, Domestika widened its reach by designing and producing online courses for anyone who wanted to learn and improve professionally with the best teachers. The community has grown to more than 5 million people who are constantly curious and passionate about learning new skills.

What does a Cinematographer do at Domestika?

  • You are in charge of the photographic conceptualization and lighting of the course and trailer sets working together with the art department.
  • You work on light schemes that you transfer to the production team to illuminate the course set and trailer.
  • You maintain good communication with the post-production and color department.
  • You take into account how light affects the visual communication of the course and the teachers.
  • Your profile is that of someone creative, with great visual talent and technical knowledge about everything related to cinematography lighting.

Things you should know:

  • You feel comfortable in high-performance projects with deadlines.
  • You have experience in creating and installing lighting schemes.
  • You work with deadlines for light assemblies.
  • You make the difficulties easier and find solutions to carry out projects.

Requirements:

  • Demonstrable experience in Film Direction.
  • Native or bilingual level of English.
  • Unquestionable artistic criteria.
  • Dynamism in the face of any problem related to lights and cameras, as well as to solve related unforeseen events.
  • A lot of creativity, to propose ideas with the production team.
  • Experience with color and Davinci Resolve.
  • Interest in artistic direction and realization.
  • Good organization.
  • Respect for the protocols in operation.
  • Resolutive ability, sense of humor, and a good dose of flexibility.

It is a plus if:

  • You have experience in recording with chroma for visual effects and CGI.
  • You have experience in creating promotional or training videos.

What do we offer?

  • Work in one of the leading companies in the creative industry.
  • A creative, dynamic, exciting, collaborative, and multicultural team.
  • An active work environment where you can hone your skills, learn alongside your colleagues, and develop your career.
  • An honest salary according to your experience and profile.
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Registered Nurse, Deaf Child Inpatient Corner House

National Health Service

Springfield Hospital, London
6 days ago
Springfield Hospital, London
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
6 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 294-CAMH-2974699

Employer:
South West London and St Georges Mental Health NHS Trust
Department:
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
Location:
Springfield Hospital, London
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 pa inc plus Inner London HCAS

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust has a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. We provide a full range of local mental health services to the Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth London boroughs, as well as specialist forensic mental health services, including specialised services such as national deaf adults and CAMHS inpatients and OCD.

We are committed to providing high quality integrated health and social care for local people with mental health problems in South West London and more specialist mental health services for people throughout the UK. The Care Quality Commission already rates our services as ‘good’ however we aim to be ‘outstanding’.

Our Values

We take pride in providing specialist care to our service users where our Trust values; being consistent, compassionate, collaborative, respectful and open is at the heart of everything we do. Our mission is "making life better together".

When you join us, you’ll be part of something special – an innovative and rapidly growing organisation that is helping to redefine the Mental Health, education and social care landscape in the UK.

As a Trust we are happy to talk flexible working.


Band 5 staff nurse at Corner House national deaf CAMHS inpatient service

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust has a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. We provide a full range of local mental health services to the Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth London boroughs, as well as specialist forensic mental health services, including high secure services, at Springfield Hospital.

We take pride in providing specialist care to our service users where our Trust values; being consistent, compassionate, collaborative, respectful and open is at the heart of everything we do. When you join us, you’ll be part of something special – an innovative and rapidly growing organisation that is helping to redefine the Mental Health, education and social care landscape in the UK.

About the team:

Corner House is a 7 bedded National Child and Adolescent inpatient ward. It is a unique unit providing mental health services for children as young as 5 up to their 18th birthday. Corner House also offers up to 3 day patient places. The unit is part of the wider National Deaf CAMHS and works closely with the Deaf CAMHS community teams across the U.K.

The children/young people admitted to the ward are all deaf or hard of hearing and come from a wide range of background from all over the country. Young people come onto the ward with a range of different presentations including emotional and behaviour dysregulation and psychotic illnesses. As a large proportion of the presentation at admission is directly or indirectly related to the language deprivation or disorder the use of medication is not considered as a first choice. The limited access to language (or language difficulties) impacts on the individual’s emotional development and regulation skills. 31% of deaf children/young people present with mental health problem whilst their hearing counterpart present with a figure of 20%. Within this group, 30% of deaf children/young people have mental health difficulties that present in the form of emotional dysregulation and there is a strong co-morbidity with other presentations such as depression, anxiety, deliberate self-harm, psychosis, Autism Spectrum Disorder, somatisation, and attachment disorders, amongst others.

The ward has a strong therapeutic ethos and works as a therapeutic community working closely with the attached school. Clinicians use a range of techniques and interventions to support young people during their time on the ward advised by mentalisation based therapies and emotional focused models. The importance of family work is recognised in the service and parents/carers are actively involved in the work that we do.

We work hard to promote a bilingual and multicultural environment and support deaf culture both within and outside of the service. Owing to the nature of this highly complex group and the type of presentation clinicians are expected to deliver treatment in BSL or Sign Supported English (SSE) depending on the child/young person’s mode of communication. This is supported with the use of British Sign language (BSL) interpreters and/or deaf colleagues if the clinician is unable to sign. You will be supported in training and develop skills in BSL when you start on the ward and will be put through BSL level one and two. Support is also available for both the understanding and the application of the therapeutic work through monthly in house training days and the option to apply for relevant training.

About the role:

SWLSTG is proud to offer a unique opportunity for a highly motivated Staff Nurse who will be responsible for supporting the wider MDT provide high quality care. You will be dynamic, motivated, and passionately committed to providing the highest possible quality of mental health care to Deaf young people. The post is demanding but rewarding, and you will be provided with excellent multi-disciplinary team support, supervision and learning opportunities. It is not essential that you are able to communicate using BSL initially, as you will be provided with the training opportunity to achieve BSL Level 2 within two years of your appointment.

National Deaf Services is part of the CAMHS service line within South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust. The Directorate provides services in both tier 3 and tier 4 CAMHS as well as the Nation Deaf CAMHS services. The Trust is also linked to St George’s Hospital, which is one of the country’s leading teaching hospitals with an international reputation for patient care, education and research.

The service is committed to promoting Deaf culture and promoting the Deaf identity of young people is integral to the delivery of care within the service. The unit is the only one of its kind in the country and is commissioned by the National Specialist Commissioning Team. We therefore play a key role in the ongoing development of National Deaf CAMHS Services along with our colleagues in other parts of the country. As A Health Care Assistant, you will work closely with the young people and play a key role in promoting a positive culture and act as a role model.

Join us in helping our children and young people with complex mental health needs plant seeds and grow in confidence within our integrated CAMHS ‘Park’.

About the location:

Our Ward is located within the impressive grounds of Springfield University Hospital in Tooting and we also operate in nearly 100 other locations throughout the UK. This is easily accessible via the Northern Line (Tooting Bec Station) and via private transport. The Trust provides subsidised parking fares for all our substantive staff. Our main site is located immediately next to Tooting



At South West London St Georges Mental Health Trust we are committed to providing services which embrace diversity and that promote equality of opportunity. We are a Disability Confident Employer, we welcome applications from all sections of the community and people of all protected characteristics. We are Members of Stonewall Diversity Champions and also a member of the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion.

As part of the Trust's commitment to Equalities and Diversity, the Trust supports the establishment of Staff Networks groups to promote diversity in the workplace:

  • BME (Evolve) Staff Network
  • Christian Staff Network
  • Disability Staff Network
  • Deaf Staff Network
  • Mental Health Staff Forum
  • Women's Staff Network
  • LGBTQAI+ Staff Network

We provide reasonable adjustments to the interview process for any candidates with a disability.

Please note:

  • That the closing date listed is a guide only and that the vacancy may close earlier should sufficient number of applicants have been received. We advise that you submit your application as early as possible
  • That once you have submitted your application you agree to your application being transferred to a 3rd party e-recruitment system
  • That should you not have heard from us within three weeks from the closing date your application has not successful.
  • That priority consideration for applications may be given to at-risk NHS employees
  • That should you be successful and appointed, you authorise South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust to confirm your previous NHS service via an Inter Authority Transfer (IAT) process
  • That your employment is offered subject to successful completion of a 3 or 6 months Probationary Period depending on your Band
  • That we are a smoke-free Trust
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Registered Nurse, Deaf Child Inpatient Corner House

National Health Service

Springfield Hospital, London
6 days ago
Springfield Hospital, London
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year
6 days ago
£24.907k - £30.615k Per Year

Job Reference: 294-CAMH-2884820-A

Employer:
South West London and St Georges Mental Health NHS Trust
Department:
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
Location:
Springfield Hospital, London
Salary:
£24,907 - £30,615 pa inc plus Inner London HCAS

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust has a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. We provide a full range of local mental health services to the Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth London boroughs, as well as specialist forensic mental health services, including specialised services such as national deaf adults and CAMHS inpatients and OCD.

We are committed to providing high quality integrated health and social care for local people with mental health problems in South West London and more specialist mental health services for people throughout the UK. The Care Quality Commission already rates our services as ‘good’ however we aim to be ‘outstanding’.

Our Values

We take pride in providing specialist care to our service users where our Trust values; being consistent, compassionate, collaborative, respectful and open is at the heart of everything we do. Our mission is "making life better together".

When you join us, you’ll be part of something special – an innovative and rapidly growing organisation that is helping to redefine the Mental Health, education and social care landscape in the UK.

As a Trust we are happy to talk flexible working.


Band 5 staff nurse at Corner House national deaf CAMHS inpatient service

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust has a rich history, well-established community links and an international reputation. We provide a full range of local mental health services to the Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth London boroughs, as well as specialist forensic mental health services, including high secure services, at Springfield Hospital.

We take pride in providing specialist care to our service users where our Trust values; being consistent, compassionate, collaborative, respectful and open is at the heart of everything we do. When you join us, you’ll be part of something special – an innovative and rapidly growing organisation that is helping to redefine the Mental Health, education and social care landscape in the UK.

About the team:

Corner House is a 7 bedded National Child and Adolescent inpatient ward. It is a unique unit providing mental health services for children as young as 5 up to their 18th birthday. Corner House also offers up to 3 day patient places. The unit is part of the wider National Deaf CAMHS and works closely with the Deaf CAMHS community teams across the U.K.

The children/young people admitted to the ward are all deaf or hard of hearing and come from a wide range of background from all over the country. Young people come onto the ward with a range of different presentations including emotional and behaviour dysregulation and psychotic illnesses. As a large proportion of the presentation at admission is directly or indirectly related to the language deprivation or disorder the use of medication is not considered as a first choice. The limited access to language (or language difficulties) impacts on the individual’s emotional development and regulation skills. 31% of deaf children/young people present with mental health problem whilst their hearing counterpart present with a figure of 20%. Within this group, 30% of deaf children/young people have mental health difficulties that present in the form of emotional dysregulation and there is a strong co-morbidity with other presentations such as depression, anxiety, deliberate self-harm, psychosis, Autism Spectrum Disorder, somatisation, and attachment disorders, amongst others.

The ward has a strong therapeutic ethos and works as a therapeutic community working closely with the attached school. Clinicians use a range of techniques and interventions to support young people during their time on the ward advised by mentalisation based therapies and emotional focused models. The importance of family work is recognised in the service and parents/carers are actively involved in the work that we do.

We work hard to promote a bilingual and multicultural environment and support deaf culture both within and outside of the service. Owing to the nature of this highly complex group and the type of presentation clinicians are expected to deliver treatment in BSL or Sign Supported English (SSE) depending on the child/young person’s mode of communication. This is supported with the use of British Sign language (BSL) interpreters and/or deaf colleagues if the clinician is unable to sign. You will be supported in training and develop skills in BSL when you start on the ward and will be put through BSL level one and two. Support is also available for both the understanding and the application of the therapeutic work through monthly in house training days and the option to apply for relevant training.

About the role:

SWLSTG is proud to offer a unique opportunity for a highly motivated Staff Nurse who will be responsible for supporting the wider MDT provide high quality care. You will be dynamic, motivated, and passionately committed to providing the highest possible quality of mental health care to Deaf young people. The post is demanding but rewarding, and you will be provided with excellent multi-disciplinary team support, supervision and learning opportunities. It is not essential that you are able to communicate using BSL initially, as you will be provided with the training opportunity to achieve BSL Level 2 within two years of your appointment.

National Deaf Services is part of the CAMHS service line within South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust. The Directorate provides services in both tier 3 and tier 4 CAMHS as well as the Nation Deaf CAMHS services. The Trust is also linked to St George’s Hospital, which is one of the country’s leading teaching hospitals with an international reputation for patient care, education and research.

The service is committed to promoting Deaf culture and promoting the Deaf identity of young people is integral to the delivery of care within the service. The unit is the only one of its kind in the country and is commissioned by the National Specialist Commissioning Team. We therefore play a key role in the ongoing development of National Deaf CAMHS Services along with our colleagues in other parts of the country. As A Health Care Assistant, you will work closely with the young people and play a key role in promoting a positive culture and act as a role model.

Join us in helping our children and young people with complex mental health needs plant seeds and grow in confidence within our integrated CAMHS ‘Park’.

About the location:

Our Ward is located within the impressive grounds of Springfield University Hospital in Tooting and we also operate in nearly 100 other locations throughout the UK. This is easily accessible via the Northern Line (Tooting Bec Station) and via private transport. The Trust provides subsidised parking fares for all our substantive staff. Our main site is located immediately next to Tooting



At South West London St Georges Mental Health Trust we are committed to providing services which embrace diversity and that promote equality of opportunity. We are a Disability Confident Employer, we welcome applications from all sections of the community and people of all protected characteristics. We are Members of Stonewall Diversity Champions and also a member of the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion.

As part of the Trust's commitment to Equalities and Diversity, the Trust supports the establishment of Staff Networks groups to promote diversity in the workplace:

  • BME (Evolve) Staff Network
  • Christian Staff Network
  • Disability Staff Network
  • Deaf Staff Network
  • Mental Health Staff Forum
  • Women's Staff Network
  • LGBTQAI+ Staff Network

We provide reasonable adjustments to the interview process for any candidates with a disability.

Please note:

  • That the closing date listed is a guide only and that the vacancy may close earlier should sufficient number of applicants have been received. We advise that you submit your application as early as possible
  • That once you have submitted your application you agree to your application being transferred to a 3rd party e-recruitment system
  • That should you not have heard from us within three weeks from the closing date your application has not successful.
  • That priority consideration for applications may be given to at-risk NHS employees
  • That should you be successful and appointed, you authorise South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust to confirm your previous NHS service via an Inter Authority Transfer (IAT) process
  • That your employment is offered subject to successful completion of a 3 or 6 months Probationary Period depending on your Band
  • That we are a smoke-free Trust
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Content Director, International

The Muse

London, London
11 days ago
London, London
11 days ago

As Headspace continues to expand beyond our core business of guided meditation, we are producing different kinds of content in an effort to meaningfully connect with more audiences and improve the health and happiness of the world. As we expand to become a truly global brand, it’s important that we maintain the level of excellence in content for which we are famous. The role of the Content Director will lead the content creation process in multiple countries beyond the English-speaking world.

The ideal candidate is an expert in creating world-class digital content. This person will be highly collaborative, detail-oriented and a strong communicator, working cross-functionally with internal stakeholders to maximize efforts and with our Head of Content on strategic vision, budget tracking and resource allocation. To be successful, this Content Director should be comfortable in ambiguity, enjoy problem solving, have a POV and a clear creative vision. 

We’re in search of someone who is bilingual in English and German. Having strong language skills in French, Spanish and/or Portuguese would be a plus. An in-depth understanding of multiple International cultures especially Germany, France, Spain and Australia is crucial.

Externally, this position is equivalent to a Creative Director.
How your skills and passion will come to life at Headspace:

Working with artists, musicians, and voice over talent you will curate, program, and commission content for our international products, including meditation teachers, sleepcasts and more.
You will work closely with our international marketing team to make sure that our content is marketed in the way that offers the most leverage within the local culture.
You’ll work with the product to make sure that the content is properly accessible and organized within our app to maximize engagement.
You’ll partner closely with the data team to work out which of our content is performing best and what its active features are. Then you’ll make more stuff like that.
You’ll find ways to feature the content in the venues that we own in and outside of the app (Wake Up, social media etc.)
You’ll partner with the marketing team to make sure that our content is launched successfully and give our international users the best opportunity to find it and use it.
You’ll secure native speaking talent to work with us in the areas of meditation, sleep and focus.
You’ll recruit local creatives where necessary to augment your team, offering the best of continuity with the Headspace brand.
You’ll be able to identify the “active-ingredient” in our existing content, and work out how to frame that in new geos - think, trans-creation, rather than translation.

What you’ve accomplished:

8-10 years of experience working in media/new media.
5+ years of experience in production and/or creative direction.
Bilingual in English and German.
Strong language skills in French, Spanish and/or Portuguese would be a plus.
Experience with a range of digital formats and a strong portfolio of creative and innovative work.
Great communication skills; ability to work cross-functionally and provide direction to internal and external partners.
Ability to strategize and create world-class content from concept to production.
Strong network and experience resourcing projects.
Experience in adapting creative across multiple geographies for world class brands. 

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German speaking Nanny, for school aged children #44244

Kinder Nannies & Staff Ltd.

Twickenham, London
16 days ago
Twickenham, London
16 days ago

Bilingual German - English speaking family is looking for an experienced fluent German speaking nanny. Parents both work full-time, and will be office based out of the house once life returns to normal and home-schooling ends. The family's 4 school aged children aged 12 - 6 years (1 boy and 3 girls) all attend school, and the family is looking for a nanny to take on all after school activities, with a particular focus on homework supervision / support, play and afterschool activities. It is important that the nanny converses with the children in German to continue to strengthen their language skills. The children like to be outdoors (family has a big garden and lots of parks nearby), do sports and love creative activities. Specific duties include: pick up the three girls from school (the oldest returns from school on his own), manage the children's after school educational and play activities (including clubs they attend such as gymnastics and tennis).
The weekly schedule would be Mo - Thur: 15.00 - 19.00, Fr: 13 - 18.30), but the family can offer more average hours (incl Saturday work if desirable), over the year including full days during school holidays.
The ideal candidate has more than 5 years substantial nanny experience (will consider less), preferably childcare or teaching qualifications, is firm but kind and patient, with a good sense of humour and an ability to handle a busy schedule, with a strong interest in the development of the children.
The family has a daily  housekeeper who also prepares the family's dinners, so the nanny's duties are childcare only (incl supporting the children to keep their own rooms tidy).
Hours total about 23 during term time and full time in holiday maybe some Saturday hours, on average about 35-40 hours p/w. 

Requirements

Completely fluent German speaker (prefer with no accent)
Up to date Enhanced DBS
Recent Paediatric First Aid certificate
Right to work in UK (& already living in the UK) and have proof (eg. passport and pre-settled status)
Good references for recent and relevant nanny work
Able to run after young children
Be able to engage in play with the children and floor level for extended periods of time and get up from the floor quickly.
Be available long term
Good English
Clean Driving Licence
Living within short commutable distance and able to either cycle to the family, walk to the family or drive your own car (ie. get to the family easily without needing to use public transport)
Please note this is a strictly  Non smoking position.
Negative Covid Test (may be required)

Benefits

Well paid long term position in a lovely part of London, close to parks and the river.
Working family, will be back in the office once lockdown ends.

Completely fluent German speaker (prefer with no accent) Up to date Enhanced DBS Recent Paediatric First Aid certificate Right to work in UK (& already living in the UK) and have proof (eg. passport and pre-settled status) Good references for recent and relevant nanny work Able to run after young children Be able to engage in play with the children and floor level for extended periods of time and get up from the floor quickly. Be available long term Good English Clean Driving Licence Living within short commutable distance and able to either cycle to the family, walk to the family or drive your own car (ie. get to the family easily without needing to use public transport) Please note this is a strictly Non smoking position. Negative Covid Test (may be required)

Posted

12 days ago

Description

At Domestika we’re looking for a Filmmaker Assistant.

Your main responsibility will be to help in the preparation of the shoots, facilitate the production processes, review technical and digital material, and give support to the different departments involved in a shoot. You will be part of the team managing the Domestika Courses in London.

Domestika is one of the largest growing creative communities within the creative industry. It all started as a small but dynamic showcase of creative professionals, designed to help them connect and learn from each other.

Years later, born from this core value, Domestika widened its reach by designing and producing online courses for all those who want to learn and improve professionally with the best teachers. The community has grown to more than 5 million people who are constantly curious and passionate about learning new skills.

What does a Filmmaker Assistant do at Domestika?

  • You will be in charge of preparing the filming together with the director, managing the necessary technical material.
  • You will provide support in collaboration with other production departments such as Photo, Art, or Postproduction.
  • You will assist the filmmaker by keeping track of the minutes, the audio, or operating the camera.
  • After the recording, you will share the responsibility of the backup with the filmmaker.
  • You will facilitate the production process in everything related to the correct operation of the video and sound equipment on the set, as well as the review of technical and digital material.

Requirements:

  • You have experience in audiovisual environments, camera, and basic knowledge of sound.
  • You have a native or bilingual level of English.
  • You are dynamic and able to solve any problem related to filming and production.
  • You know that good organization is key.
  • You respect the protocols on set and you know the digital workflows.
  • You are resolutely decisive and know how to meet deadlines, both in filming and the assembly of sets.
  • You feel comfortable in high-performance projects.
  • You are creative, you enjoy creativity, and have a keen interest in both the arts and visual communication.
  • You help solve any unforeseen events related to audiovisual production.
  • You have the skills necessary to relate to and communicate with other professionals. You listen actively and collaborate with the group. You enjoy teamwork.
  • You are restless and you like to learn new things.

What do we offer in exchange?

  • Work in one of the leading companies in the creative industry.
  • A fun, creative, collaborative, and multicultural team.
  • Freedom to propose courses of action that help solve challenges.
  • An honest salary according to your experience and profile.
Source: Domestika