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 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.
Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind are recruiting two roles for the Children & Young Peoples department. We are looking for someone who has a passion for working with children and young people, their parents/carers and professionals to support their well-being.
36 hours a week, annual salary £25,297, 25 days holiday and 5% contribution to pension
The Project Manager role will be based at numerous locations around the borough of Rochdale, Oldham and Tameside, managing services within school and community settings, however there will also be a requirement to work in Ashton-Under-Lyne from our well-being centre.
The main responsibilities of the role will be to manage the delivery of our Therapeutic Interventions to children and young people including early intervention and counselling. As well as developing of the Paid Services Model. This would involve ensuring all key performance indicators are reached and services delivered to a high standard.
So if you have experience of working in a senior management role, managing services with several KPI’s to achieve and building successful relationships with key partners to deliver outstanding services. Then we would like to hear from you.
Job Description and Person Specification: CYP Project Manager JD
21 hours a week, annual salary £14,176.75, 25 days holiday (Pro Rata) and 5% contribution to pension.
The Senior Practitoner role will be based at numerous locations around the borough of Rochdale managing services within school and community settings, however there will also be a requirement to work in Ashton-Under-Lyne from our well-being centre when required.
The main responsibilities of the role are to manage the delivery of our Therapeutic Interventions to children and young people including early intervention, solution focused therapy and therapeutic group work. As well as providing clinical supervision to staff and volunteers, clinical input would be required at pathway meetings and on clinical triage of referrals. This role involves working with key partners involved in the project. This would involve ensuring all key performance indicators are reached and services delivered to a high standard.
So if you have experience of working in a management role, delivering interventions to Children & Young People and have a clinical qualification to a minimum level 4 (such as counselling). Then we would love to hear from you.
Job Description and Person Specification: CYP Senior Practitioner JD
To apply for either of these roles then please download an application form from the top of the page, ensure you fill in the correct reference for the role you are applying for. Download a copy of the Job Description and fill in, clearly showing where you meet the person specification.
All completed application forms need to be returned by Monday 30th January at 9am. Please e-mail your application form to HR@togmind.org with the words Application ref: CYPPM or CYPSP in the subject line, depending on which role you are applying for.
OR post it/drop it in FAO – HR, Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind, 216-218 Katherine Street, Ashton under Lyne, Tameside, OL6 7AS.
If you require any additional information or would like an informal discussion about this position, please call Caleb Cunniffe on 0161 330 9223 from the 3rd January.
Health and Social Care Apprentice (x5) – 30 hours a week, hourly pay rate £3.40, 12 month contract, 25 days holiday (Ref:HSCA2)
Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind are recruiting a Health and Social Care Apprentice. This is an exciting opportunity to get 12 months’ experience working in a health and social care setting. You will work in a variety of services/departments to provide mental health and wellbeing support. During the apprenticeship you will discover how mental health support is offered and delivered through a well-established voluntary sector organisation. You will develop a range of skills enabling you to work effectively in the health care sector; however skills learnt will be transferable to a variety of other roles.
During the apprenticeship you will gain experience in supporting clients in our client services department, therapeutic services department and community development department. Tasks will include helping to facilitate therapeutic courses and groups, helping to deliver workshops in schools, supporting work on our community allotments (applicable for allotment apprentice), co-deliver adult training courses, working with our fundraising and admin team. You will receive all the support and training you need to do the role and develop your career. There may also be opportunities to gain experience working outside the organisation in other health care settings. Five apprentices are required for this role.
We also require one apprentice to complete their apprenticeship solely at our kitchen garden/allotment site in Hyde. Duties here will include supporting drop ins, preparing and co-facilitating workshops, planning and running activities, providing support to participants and a wide range of basic horticulture skills e.g. growing vegetables, maintaining allotment gardens.
Successful applicants will attend a 3 day comprehensive core training programme, have the opportunity to achieve L2 City & Guilds Community Mental Health Work qualification, as well as a wide variety of internal and external training opportunities for professional development.
All completed application forms should be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 noon on 3 March 2017. CVs will be accepted alongside the apprentice application form.
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.