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18-08-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 01 September 2015

The Collections Access Assistant will support the Museum Registrar in the documentation and auditing of collections, the development of the Registry and Archives and the creation of digital content. The post involves close liaison with other staff in the Service to support the effective storage and display of collections. In addition the post-holder will facilitate access to collections information by the general
public, colleagues and contractors, supervise students and volunteers, project administration, liaison with consultants, contractors and external organisations as required. The post works across six sites and in partnership with the Operations, Learning, Design and Exhibition teams as required. This post is fixed term and funded by The Arts Council England Major Partner Museums Programme.


The applicant should be able to demonstrate:

- A relevant professional qualification or equivalent knowledge and experience of museum documentation including procedures, audits and report writing.

- A sound knowledge of ICT including databases, (the museum uses Access, Word, and Excel); e mail and digital imaging.

- Attention to detail in tasks undertaken and a creative approach to problem solving.

- An ability to communicate effectively in writing, face to face and by telephone plus efficient planning of work and effective time management skills.

For all informal enquiries, please contact Andrew King on 0115 8761424 or email



17-08-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 31 August 2015

To hold a managable case-load of complex presentaitons such as self-harm, eating distress, anxiety, suicidal behaviours.

To support the service SPA (Single Point of Access), screening and making decisions on appropriate interventions.

To offer CAMHS Consultations to the wider network.

To complete risk assessments as part of the Social Care & CAMHS Joint Protocol.

To share good practice and consultation to other CAMHS Practitioners.

To identify and manage safeguarding concerns and act appropriately.

To have a good knowledge of the Mental Health Act and use this appropriately.

To complete joint assessments with Specialist CAMHS.


- Hold a core qualification as a registered health profession such as a high intensity therapist, cognitive behaviour therapist, clinical psychologist or a psychotherapist.

- Experience of working within a Specialist CAMH Service clinical setting is essential.

- Provide specialist assessment and therapy service to children with moderate to complex psychological problems referred into CAMHS.

- Ensure clinical interventions are implemented in line with the latest NICE guidelines for psychological interventions.

It is expected that you will have the capacity to work across various city locations.

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check with children's barring list check (regulated activity with children).

For all informal enquiries, please contact Sharon O'Love on 0115 876 4000 or email sharon.o'



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