Roles will be advertised here, however we usually offer roles internally to our current volunteers first. Volunteering with us is a great way for you to understand more about our charity and a good way for you to secure a paid role when one comes up. Please visit our volunteering page. To be notified of any vacancies, you can join our distribution list (email firstname.lastname@example.org) or follow us on Twitter and Facebook. To apply for any of these roles please download the files from the links provided and fill in an application form. CVs will NOT be accepted. The job packs are in saved a .zip format. To download click on the link, save the file to a location on your PC or Mac. For PCs right click on the file and select Extract. On a Mac just double click to the file to unzip it.
Would you like to be part of a small team supporting our exciting new projects in Oldham and Rochdale? We have three roles available with Operational Support Team. These roles are to support the organisation to monitor outcomes of our clients progressing through the service and supporting clients where appropriate. You will be responsible for entering client information and recovery outcomes within various contact management systems, including CiviCRM, PCMIS, PARIS and spreadsheets. These roles will work closely with the Children and Young People and the Early Intervention Team to ensure the monitoring data is accurate.
Ref (IAPT) – IAPT+ Assistant 30 Hours, based in Oldham Positive Steps. Salary £15,444 pro rata. (9 month contract with a view to extending, funding dependant. Late working Thursday 8pm and Saturday 9am to 4pm. Other hours to be taken to suit.
Ref (#Thrive) – #Thrive Assistant 30 Hours, based in Rochdale #Thrive. Salary £15,444 pro rata. (24 month contract with a view to extending, funding dependant). Hours Monday to Friday 11am to 7pm.
Ref (DAA) – Data Analyst Assistant 25 Hours, based in Oldham Positive Steps. Salary £15,444 pro rata. (9 month contract with a view to extending, funding dependant.
All roles benefit from a 5% pension contribution and 25 days annual leave per year (pro rata) Please refer to the job description and personal specification for further details.
You can download the job pack below or email email@example.com to receive an application pack via e-mail.
Deadline for applications: 12pm Monday 8th August 2016, please send your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that CV’s will not be accepted. Interviews are planned for Monday 15th August at our Ashton Office. We are an Equality and Diversity employer and encourage applications from all members of the community.
We are recruiting 4 x posts of Co-ordinator – Children and Young People’s Service (Ref: CCYP) with Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind.
The Co-ordinator (Children and Young People’s Service) role will be based at numerous locations around the borough of Heywood Middleton & Rochdale within school & community settings, however there will also be a requirement to work in Oldham on some occasions. The main responsibilities of the role are to deliver an effective early intervention service to children and young people based on a time limited facilitated self-help model, with some therapeutic group work included.
The role is part time for 18 hours, with a salary of £17,709 (pro rata £8,854.50) with 25 holidays (pro rata) and a pension contribution of 5%.
All completed application forms need to be returned by Wednesday 17th August 2016 at 3pm. Please e-mail your application form to email@example.com with the words Application ref: CCYP in the subject line.
OR post it/drop it in FAO – Amanda Smith, Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind, 216-218 Katherine Street, Ashton under Lyne, Tameside, OL6 7AS.
Interviews are planned to take place on 25th/26th August 2016. If you require any additional information or would like an informal discussion about this position, please call Caleb Cunniffe on 0161 330 9223.
The organisation believes that diversity is a means to achieve our ambitions. Diversity is about engagement, outreach, inclusion and service delivery as well as the people we employ and involve in our work. The organisation aims to create a generic mental health and wellbeing service which everybody can trust and value.