Are you looking for a role with us at Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind? Below you will find our current vacancies. We look forward to meeting you! To apply for any of these vacancies please download the files from the links provided and fill out our application form.
Adults and Communities Head of Service
As Head of Service you will lead on the sustainability, growth and operational development of all aspects of the adults and community work streams. You will work closely with the director in scoping out the strategic direction in line with the overall organisational strategy and that of both local and national policy. As post holder you will also provide cover for the Director during school holidays.
|Job Title:||Adults and Communities Head of Service|
|Salary:||£34,747 per annum|
|Working Hours:||36 hours per week|
|Responsible to:||Adult and Communities Director|
|Based in:||Greater Manchester|
For more information, please see the Adults and Communities Head of Service Advert.
The deadline for this role closes: Midnight - Tuesday 16th April 2019.
Join the TOG Mind Training team - we are recruiting a Specialist Trainer to deliver innovative training courses and workshops in school wellbeing and mental health. You will have a passion for enabling individuals increase their mental health awareness and improve their wellbeing, whilst tackling the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental health. You must have a passion for training and be committed to excellence. Above all, you must be a skilled, experienced and engaging facilitator. Although in depth knowledge and awareness of mental health topics is an advantage, we also offer many opportunities to develop and learn.
|Job Title:||Specialist Trainer (YMHFA & School Consultancy)|
|Hours:||25 hours per week|
|Contract:||12 months - maternity cover|
|Responsible to:||Training Services Manager|
|Based in:||Ashton-under-Lyne and Oldham,
with occasional travel across Greater Manchester
|Salary:||Grade 3, £21,340.80 pro rata (£14,820 actual)|
For more information, please see the Specialist Trainer Advert.
The deadline for this role closes: 12 Noon - Friday 22nd March 2019.
Wellbeing Centre Receptionist
We are recruiting a Wellbeing Centre Receptionist to manage the day to day operation of our reception area within our Mental Health and Wellbeing Centre. You will be the first point of contact for clients, professionals and visitors to our building and will provide an approachable and welcoming environment. You may encounter presentations of crisis or emotional distress from clients and will be able to handle these situations both calmly and empathically in line with our policies and procedures.
|Job Title:||Wellbeing Centre Receptionist|
|Responsible to:||Pathways & Administration Manager|
|Based in:||Mainly Ashton but across Tameside, Oldham, and Glossop footprint.|
|Salary:||£16,380 (actual salary) - Grade 1|
For more information, please see the Wellbeing Centre Receptionist Advert.
The deadline for this role closes: Midnight - Sunday 24th March 2019.
At the moment we're searching for a Volunteer Counsellor to join our volunteer team!
If you're interested in this role, check out our Volunteering page!
Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind works in partnership with Minds in Greater Manchester. Here is where you can look for vacancies at our partnered Minds when they appear.
Job opportunities at other local Minds
Who we are:
We are a flexible and fast-moving charity delivering mental health services across part of Greater Manchester. Our aim is to continue to provide the best quality local mental health services in prevention, early intervention and primary care; alongside empowering individuals and our communities to live well. We offer various services across the community and to individuals aiming to improve wellbeing and raise awareness around the importance of mental health support.
Why choose Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind?
- We offer a dynamic, stimulating environment that embraces change and is open to new ways of working.
- We provide a real opportunity to influence meaningful change within our society and for you to contribute your expertise to this process.
- We maintain a strong commitment to ethical standards of working within a socially inclusive environment.
- We offer ongoing training and development to all staff and volunteers, enabling you to gain qualifications and expertise in mental health and therapeutic interventions.
- Within reason, we offer a degree of flexibility around working hours, balancing work as well as personal commitments.
- Other benefits include 25 days plus public holidays, a 5% pension contribution and a discount in our café.
Proactive – ensuring we provide the right service at the right time in the right place
Empowering – Supporting people to live their best and achieve their real potential
Responsible – Ensuring services are safe, effective and efficient
Best together – working in partnership, avoiding duplication and ensuring services and better joined up together
Continuously Developing - actively learning to continually improve
CVs will NOT be accepted.