Our peers work with our customer to support customers on their individual recovery journey by supporting them to develop a sense of hope, confidence and accptance of their recovery. Peers share their personal experiences to support customers to develop their own recovery techniques.
This role will be based in the Haringey Floating Support team. The floating support team provides sessional support to people across the borough who are living with mental health problems and need housing related support. The team supports people to develop the skills and confidence they need to have a more fulfilling and independent life. The service operates with staff members who work in the locality teams at St Ann’s hospital who provide brief intervention support with people and those who work in the community and provide longer term support with customers. The peer role would be working with those in the community side of the service.
We would expect peers to visit customers to support them to develop Wellness Plans and provide emotional support to individuals, showing empathy, sharing experience, and inspiring hope in line with the recovery model.
Please note that this is a part time 15 hour post.
At Peabody, where possible, we provide flexible working opportunities from day one to our employees, as we recognise the importance of a good work-life balance; and to improve our productivity and performance, we embrace agile working, which means if you are in a desk based role, that will be a hybrid of office and home working. If your role is in a client facing environment, appropriate base location will apply.
Our mission is to help people make the most of their lives and an important part of this is to ensure that our organisation reflects the wider communities we serve. We want to attract recruit and retain a diverse, inclusive and creative workforce to give us the best opportunity to meet the diverse needs of our residents and customers. We actively encourage applications from all groups and communities, as well as from BAME, LGBTQ+ and disabled people.