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.
The Data Co-ordinator will be responsible for;
- Providing reports to evidence the delivery of our services.
- Will develop and maintain systems to ensure that they meet the needs of all stakeholders.
- Work closely with the Data Manager, assisting development and improvement our data capture and analysis.
This role will suit someone with a strong knowledge of analytical software, databases, and a thorough understanding of numbers.
|Job Title:||Data Co-ordinator|
|Hours:||36 hours per week|
|Responsible to:||Data Manager|
|Based in:||Tameside & Oldham|
The main duties and responsibilities include:
To work as part of the performance monitoring department team in the day to day running of all aspects of the department.
To contribute and prepare quality reports demonstrating contractually required and key performance indicator information.
To work with the Data Manager to offer a comprehensive, coherent and structured approach to collating and storing all relevant organizational information so that it facilitates simple and prompt access to information.
To maintain our databases and conduct routine maintenance as needed to ensure data integrity.
To streamline data collection and analysis procedures and to ensure monitoring systems are in place to effectively evaluate the services.
To identify data inconsistencies or anomalies that could skew analytical results and work with the Data Manager to maintain correction procedures.
To provide training on systems and monitoring processes to relevant staff and volunteers.
To liaise with departments to understand evaluation and reporting needs and implement data capture processes to meet these needs.
To recruit, train and line manage staff/volunteers as required.
To contribute to and work within appropriate policies and procedures to ensure quality of service, protection of individuals information and data security.
Responsibility for the planning and organisation of straightforward tasks, activities or programmes, some of which may be ongoing.
Responsible for implementation of policies for own work area and proposes changes to work practices or procedures for own work area.
Responsible for the safe use of equipment.
Responsible for day-to-day supervision or coordination of staff within a section/function of department/service.
Responsible for providing and receiving routine information orally, in writing or electronically to inform work colleagues, clients, carers, the public or other external contacts.
To make judgements based on facts or situations, some of which require analysis.
To work in partnership with a wide range of partners, key stakeholders and communities.
To provide basic technical services and support for clients.
To take responsibility to ensure all projects are monitored and evaluated effectively for safety and key stakeholders.
To be responsible for achieving all outcomes and outputs related to key projects.
Carry out any other reasonable tasks as requested by relevant manager.
The vacancy for this role closes: Monday 24th September 2018.
Manchester Mind has developed an excellent and well-received range of training for employers, which includes:
- Mental Health Awareness
- Managing Mental Health in the Workplace
- Workplace Wellbeing
Delivery is by our in-house and free-lance trainers. The training enables us to promote good mental health as well as developing a sustainable business model to support the wider work of the charity. The Training Coordinator has a key role to play in building and sustaining this area of work.
|Salary:||£26,470 (pro rata) / £21,176 (actual)|
|Hours:||28 hours per week (part-time)|
|Reporting to:||Service Director|
Important Skills and Knowledge to have would be:
- Working collaboratively with staff and volunteers
- Experience of developing a business and/or projects
- Building good relationships
- Good organisational skills
You can download the application documents below, or from the Vacancies page on their website, www.manchestermind.org, request them via email at: info [at] manchestermind.org or call 0161 769 5732. All applications must be received by 12pm, Tuesday 2nd October 2018.
Manchester Mind works in partnership with Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust to deliver a service. The post-holder will work within an integrated, multi-disciplinary team with staff employed both by Manchester Mind and the trust in order to provide an innovative service to adults with mental health needs.
|Salary:||£32,233 plus weekend enhancements|
|Annual Leave:||28 days plus bank holidays|
|Hours:||37 hours per week|
|Reporting to:||Team Manager, Community Mental Health Team|
|Employing Organisation:||Manchester Mind|
Summary of Main Duties and Responsibilities:
The post holder will work within an integrated, multi-disciplinary team within Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust. The post holder will act as a care coordinator as required in line with the Trust’s Care Programme Approach (CPA) guidance and policies. They will also deliver interventions and negotiate care plans with service users, families/carers and other professionals, and ensure that quality and timely care is delivered at all times. The post holder will aim at all times to promote the independence and well-being of adults with mental health needs; assist social inclusion and valued community presence and enable the widest possible expression of chosen lifestyle.
You can download the application documents below, or from the Vacancies page on their website, www.manchestermind.org, request them via email at: info [at] manchestermind.org or call 0161 769 5732. All applications must be received by 9am, Monday 8th October.
We are always looking for volunteers to support our vital work.
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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.