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.
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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.
Psychological Therapies Team Lead
Reporting to: Deputy Clinical Lead
Salary: £35,193 per annum (full time pro rata) P01 SP 36
Working hours: 1.0 WTE (37.5 hours per week). Including some evening work required
Contract length: Two Year Fixed Term Contract
Holidays: 28 days per annum (37.5 hours / full time basis pro rata)
Based at: Hybrid working available – Some remote working and based at Hopkinson House (Pimlico) SW1P.
We are delighted that you are interested in this brand new Post as part of our growing Psychological Therapies Teams.
I hope that we can inspire you and motivate you to bring your best self to come and join the team and bring your skills and energy to help our mission to deliver excellent quality outcomes for people who need our clinical services. We have an excellent track record of delivering high quality clinical services to a range of local communities across the boroughs we serve.
The Psychological Therapies Team Lead is a new key supervisory and management role in supporting our clinical team in driving the delivery of our services. This doesn’t only mean driving performance and ensuring the highest levels of quality and compliance, but it also means doing it the right way.
This means that you will be a Manager and Clinical Supervisor, facilitating high performance, through your behaviour, supporting colleagues, providing high quality clinical supervision, promoting our values, and ensuring an inclusive culture. To help us be the best, we are looking for a highly motivated person who has the natural skills to support our staff in services, provide high quality clinical supervision and line management to our Counsellors.
You will hold a small clinical caseload as part of your role which will enable you to understand the service at a deeper level which will enable you to work closely with those you manage and supervise.
You will have some experience of managing people, along with clinical supervisory experience within a clinical therapeutic setting. You will have strong working knowledge of IAPT programme, providing a setting for Counsellors to work safely with risk, quality outcomes whilst managing pressure to service level targets and performance indicators. You will be supported by our Clinical Leadership Team, within a supportive and empowering culture, provided with training and CPD opportunities.
If you are looking for a challenging yet highly rewarding Post where you can make a real difference to the lives of others, working closely with our Clinical Leads to support our high performing team of Counsellors. then we would love to hear from you.
If you are interested and would like to apply for this role please email us on [email protected] for the application form.
This will have to be completed and return back to us by Friday 8th of July 2022.
Please note we do not accept CV’s.
£9.50 Per Hour
Hours of work – as agreed with post holder
Community Befrienders support people with mental health issues to become better connected and engaged with the care they need and to develop connections with the community and mainstream services.
They help people develop self-management skills, confidence and self-esteem and to build social and community networks in order to foster social inclusion and improve quality of life.
They offer companionship to people who are lonely and isolated.
They can provide escort to and from appointments, support people with the tasks related to daily life (shopping or cooking together, paperwork and filing), attending the gym and other leisure activities, or just going for a coffee and a chat.
Community Befrienders are not mental health professionals, but trained befrienders who have an awareness of mental health challenges and a commitment to enablement and empowerment.
If you would like to apply for this position, please email [email protected] for job description and person specification.