Vacancies

LET’S CONNECT EAST DURHAM

Hartlepool & East Durham Mind, working in partnership with East Durham Trust, have secured funding from the National Lottery for an exciting new project starting later this month!

The project will:

  • Offer direct Mental Health & Wellbeing support to those experiencing difficulty as a result of the current COVID-19 situation (directly or indirectly), working in partnership with others to ensure joined up support and opportunities

 

  • Promote and nurture Peer Support work and the development of Mutual Aid groups as a grass roots solution to many of the problems we are experiencing

 

  • Support to organisations in dealing with the many demands on their teams 

We are looking for dynamic, enthusiastic and creative individuals keen to work as part of a fast moving and forward-thinking team. This is about enabling all members of our communities to become connected and active in finding and delivering their own solutions, and helping one another to get through the tough times and achieve more.

If you are an active listener, an enthusiastic learner and enjoy the prospect of big challenges where you can

make a real difference please look carefully at these vacancies


Application closing date is 12:00pm on 16 th September 2020.

The turnaround will be swift as this is a Covid-19 response project with interviews week commencing 21 st September 2020

Hartlepool and East Durham Mind is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.


All applications to be returned to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or marked for the attention of Mark Setchell, Hartlepool and East Durham Mind, Units IA and 1B Crown Buildings, Tees Street, Hartlepool, TS24 8HB.

Sorry, we have no current vacancies, but do come back regularly to see when new opportunities arise. 

You can also contact us if you are interested in volunteering - a great way to build skills and add experience to you CV!

CO-ORDINATOR

HOURS 35 per week

SALARY £25800 pro rata

CONTRACT: Fixed term 6 month

This post requires intelligence, creativity and compassion. You will also be a highly organised person with

strong planning skills, an excellent communicator able to work with your team to ensure the project is delivered in both spirit and letter. Strong IT skills would also be an advantage. 

You should believe in the ability of people to help and transform themselves and their communities and awareness of asset based community development would also be helpful. 

Working closely with the East Durham Trust team including their current Peers, you will build and develop relationship and open up the flow of individuals and organisations that the project will work both  or and with. You will also take on the role of identifying partner organisations whose staff teams would benefit from support to address their own demanding situations. You will be a great Team Player with a will to work collectively to achieve more

PEER & MUTUAL AID GROUPS GUIDE

HOURS 35 per week

SALARY £24200 pro rata

CONTRACT: Fixed term 6 month

This post requires energy, enthusiasm, creativity and compassion. You will have strong organisational skills and be an excellent communicator able to support learning and motivate individuals and groups to get involved. 

The ability to deliver existing learning materials as well as develop new materials using coproduction techniques would be invaluable.

You should believe in the ability of people to help and transform themselves and their communities and awareness of asset based community development would also be helpful.

Working closely with your own and the East Durham Trust team, including their current Peers, you will nurture the growth of Peer Support and the development and creation of new mutual aid groups. You will be a great Team Player with a will to work collectively to achieve more

WELLBEING PRACTITIONER X 2

HOURS 35 per week

SALARY £20000 pro rata

CONTRACT: Fixed term 6 month

This post requires energy, patience, creativity and compassion. You will be an exceptional communicator and motivator, able to really listen to, hear and understand the situation many individuals are experiencing. You will work with clarity and care to support individuals to identify their own solutions and work in partnership with others to ensure best use of resources and opportunities. Offering a bespoke service you will use an asset based approach and work closely with the rest of your team to nurture all those accessing the project to actively consider becoming peer supporters and/or getting involved in mutual aid and other groups The ability to deliver existing learning materials as well as develop new materials using coproduction techniques would be valuable.

You should believe in the ability of people to help and transform themselves and their communities and awareness of asset based community development would also be helpful.

You will be a great Team Player with a will to work collectively to achieve more as well as offer direct support to your colleagues