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18 hours a week, annual salary £17,893 (pro rata), 12 month contract, 25 days holiday (pro rata) and 5% contribution to pension
Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind are recruiting to the Children & Young Peoples department of the Training Directorate. We are looking for someone to join our team and support in the delivery & development of our emotional wellbeing and mental health training services delivered through local primary & secondary schools across Tameside, Oldham and Rochdale.
We are looking for someone who has the following skills and a passion to work with children and young people, their parents/carers and professionals:
There is the option for term-time only working with this role and there is also the possibility for additional hours.
To apply for the role please download the application form at the top of the page, ensure you add the correct reference to the application form. The role description is available here, please ensure you show you how meet the person specification:
For an informal discussion about the role, please call 0161 330 9223 and ask for Deb Parkinson or Nicola Harrison.
All completed application forms should be returned to HR@togmind.org by Friday 2nd December 2016 at 9am. OR post it/drop it in FAO – HR, Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind, 216-218 Katherine Street, Ashton under Lyne, Tameside, OL6 7AS.
Interviews are planned for Monday 12th December 2016 (or on arrangement).
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.