Working for us

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 office@togmind.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. 

Current Vacancies:

Training Co-ordinator (Job Ref: TRA/2016).

Are you passionate about raising awareness of mental health and positive wellbeing? Do you have the skills and ability to help develop and deliver training? Are you highly organised and self-motivated? Do you have an understanding of networking or promotion?

Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind are looking for an 18 hour part time, fixed term Training Co-ordinator to join the Training Team for 12 months at £17,893.16 per annum (pro rata) and 25 days annual leave (pro rata) plus 5% pension contribution. This post will involve administration, development, delivery and co-ordination of the organisation’s internal and external training services.

If so, this post is for you! The post will involve co-ordination, development and delivery of our “Mindful Employer” training programme, Mental Health and Resilience awareness raising and training in the community and other organisations; attending networking events to promote our services and; co-ordinating and assisting with the delivery of TOG Mind’s internal training programme for staff and volunteers.

For more details click here:

Emotional Wellbeing Practitioners (Ref: EIPRAC)

Are you passionate about mental health and wellbeing? Do you want to make a difference in people’s lives?

A new and exciting opportunity has arisen for a number of Practitioners to join our expanding therapeutic team. You will deliver a range of innovative guided self-help treatments and therapeutic courses to adults experiencing common mental health problems as part of a ground breaking IAPT (Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies) model.

36 hours a week (or potential for one part-time role of 18 hours), annual salary £17,716, 12 month contract (with a view to permanent, subject to successful pilot delivery). 25 days holiday (pro-rata if part-time) and 5% contribution to pension – (Ref: EIPRAC)

For more details click here:

 

Multi-Lingual Emotional Wellbeing Practitioners

Do you speak multiple languages including; Urdu, Bengali or Punjabi, in addition to English?

Are you passionate about promoting good mental health and wellbeing amongst diverse communities?

A new and exciting opportunity has arisen for a multi-lingual practitioner to join our expanding therapeutic team. You will deliver a range of innovative guided self-help treatments to adults from black and minority ethnic backgrounds, experiencing common mental health problems. This is part of a ground-breaking IAPT (Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies) model.

Based mainly in GP practices, you will be managing a varied case load of clients as well as working closely with the Healthy Minds (NHS, Pennine Care Foundation) team. You will also recruit, train and support a team of volunteers as well as work closely with BME communities to build relationships, raise awareness, challenge stigma and increase referrals.

If you are passionate about providing excellent well-being services for local BME communities, with the determination to ensure the success of this project, then we would like to hear from you.

36 hours a week annual salary £17,716, until March 2016 (with a view to permanent, subject to successful pilot delivery). 25 days holiday (pro-rata if part-time) and 5% contribution to pension – (Ref: EIPRACBME)

Closing date for applications 22nd July 2016. Interview dates to be confirmed.

For an application pack, please click below

EI Practioner BME Job Pack

Please send completed application forms to Amanda Smith at amandasmith@togmind.org.

Early Intervention Project Manager

Are you passionate about mental health and wellbeing?

Are you organised, with the determination to ensure project targets are met?

A new and exciting opportunity has arisen for a Project Manager to join our expanding therapeutic team. You will be managing a range of services provided to adults experiencing common mental health problems as part of a ground breaking IAPT Plus (Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies) model.

You will work closely with the Healthy Minds (NHS, Pennine Care Foundation Trust) team to build strong relationships and drive the project forward, overseeing all operational aspects of the project. You will also line manage a team of Senior Practitioners.

If you are passionate about providing excellent well-being services for local people, with the organisational skills and determination to ensure all project targets are met, we would like to hear from you.

36 hours a week, annual salary £25,297. 6 month contract (with a view to permanent, subject to successful pilot delivery). 25 days holiday and 5% contribution to pension – (Ref: EIPM)

For an application pack, please contact Amanda Smith amandasmith@togmind.org.

Closing date for applications 22nd July 2016. Interview dates to be confirmed.

For an application pack, please click below

EI Project Manager Job Pack

Please send completed application forms to Amanda Smith at amandasmith@togmind.org.

Please note that this is a re-advertisement – previous applicants need not apply.

 

 

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.

Equality and Diversity Policy