Why work for us?
Working with Mind in Brent, Wandsworth & Westminster means you’ll be part of a dedicated, passionate, and professional workforce who cares about the work they do and make a real difference to the lives of the people in the communities we serve. Over 50% of our staff have lived mental health experiences.
Attracting the right recruits and retaining them is of paramount importance and ensures that our clients get the best possible service. The benefits of working for us include a core training programme, further training opportunities, continuous professional development, generous annual leave, and an Employee Assistance Programme.
We have a number of policies to ensure we meet best practice guidelines generally. It is also our aim to actively encourage diversity in aspects such as ethnicity, age, and disability, to ensure that our staff complement our client group.
London jobs with Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster
Our mental health affects every aspect of our lives – how we think, feel and behave. We’re here to make sure that everyone suffering with a mental health problem gets the help they need to recover. Our work has a direct and positive impact on people’s lives. So, if you are passionate about supporting people who are experiencing a mental health problem and are committed to breaking the stigma, read on to join our amazing team.
Grade & Salary: WM3 SCP14 £20,064 per annum
Hours of work: Full time – 37.5 hours per week
Number of posts available: 3
Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster are looking for a team of Activity Coordinators to join our new Floating Support service in Wandsworth, which starts service on the 1st of November 2020. There are 6 full-time posts.
Activity Coordinators will have a caseload of service users living in the borough of Wandsworth. You will be working with these service users to enhance their daily living skills so that they can live independently in the community. You will also be working on developing support plans and risk assessments and working with other service providers and health agencies involved in their care. This is a great entry level opportunity for people who want to work with vulnerable adults and make a difference to their communities.
We are a friendly and growing charity that is passionate about delivering services to improve people’s mental health. Whilst experience is not essential, you will be committed to improving well-being and having a positive impact on people’s lives, impacts that can be demonstrated through practical outcomes.
Closing date: 1st November 2021
Interviews: 8th November 2021
Potential Start Date: 6th December 2021
Please send completed applications to [email protected]