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Assistant / Research Psychologist

Accountable to: Project Lead
Responsible to: Project Lead
Salary: 22,286 Pro Rata
Hours: 2 days a week
Contract: Fixed term, until September 2021
Location: Haringey

We are seeking a part time Assistant Psychologist to join our specialist community based Mental Health and Wellbeing service at Project Future. This exciting and dynamic role will place you at the heart of a multi-disciplinary team, including clinical psychologist, youth workers and experts by experience. 

The new Assistant Psychologist role has been developed to extend the reach of Project Future to benefit 11-15 year old males - the successful candidate must have experience of working directly with this group in a community setting.

To apply, please complete an application form below and return it to:

Lynette Charles

lynette@mih.org.uk

Mind in Haringey
Station House
73c Stapleton Hall Road
London N4 3QF

Deadline for Applications: Friday 10th August

Documents:

Assistant Psychologist - Job Description and Person Specification

Application Form - Assistant Psychologist


Counselling Service Manager


Responsible to: Chief Executive Officer
Accountable to: The Executive Committee of MIND in Haringey
Contract: Permanent
Salary: 24,000-26,000 (pro-rata 21.6 hours per week), depending on experience
Hours: 21.6 per week - to cover the needs of the service including evening hours (until 9pm) if required.
Holidays: 28 days per annum inc. bank holidays (pro-rata)

We are seeking a dedicated and organised person to manage our counselling service. 

Mind in Haringey offers affordable counselling based in our building on Stapleton Hall Road. The successful candidate would be responsible for co-ordinating the smooth running of our existing service, as well as researching and implementing ideas for expansion and progression. You will have line management responsibility for one member of staff as well as overseeing a team of volunteer counsellors. 

We offer a range of benefits including a workplace pension, annual leave allowance and the opportunity to attend a range of exciting fundraising and networking events. 

How to apply: Before applying, please read the full Job Description and Person Specification below. 

Download an application form and return it to admin@mih.org.uk, or alternatively, call us on 0208 340 2474 to request a printed copy. 

Please return the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form separately. 

Deadline for applications24th August at 5pm  

Interviews will take place on Friday 31st August 2018

Documents:

Counselling Service Manager JD & Person Spec

Application Form - Counselling Service Manager August 2018





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