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Mind in Haringey strives to provide a positive and professional working environment for both staff and volunteers. We believe that a happy workforce helps us to provide the best possible service to our clients. We offer flexible working hours, generous holiday allowance and adhere to the Equal Opportunities act.

We pride ourselves on paying all members of staff at Mind in Haringey the London living wage, and delivering regular training opportunities for staff and volunteers, such as the MHFA Adult Two Day course; Safeguarding training from Haringey Council; Crisis and Suicide Prevention training with Thrive London; external speakers to deliver monthly training to the team; individual training opportunities to support roles.

We champion our diverse team of staff and volunteers and encourage people with lived experience of a mental health problem to apply for our jobs. 

Haringey Bereavement Network Coordinator 

Salary: £27000 (pro rata 22.5 hours)

Responsible to: CEO

Based at: Station House, 73c Stapleton Hall Road, N4 3QF / homebased

Terms: 22.5 hours per week excluding breaks. Fixed Term 1 year contract, may be extended. Hours: 9am – 5pm   

Closing Date: Monday 2nd August 2021, 5pm

We are seeking to recruit a Bereavement Network Worker to lead an incredibly exciting, new and innovative project that provides high quality information, signposting and guidance to our community members who have experienced loss. 

Please apply by completing the below application form and equal opportunities form and submitting these to: [email protected]

Bereavement Network Coordinator JD

Application Form Bereavement Coordinator

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Project worker – Ex-service persons Wellbeing worker  

Salary: £27,500 per annum (pro-rata 22.5 hours)

Responsible to: Projects Manager

Accountable to: Chief Executive Officer

Based at: Station House, 73c Stapleton Hall Road, N4 3QF

Terms: 22.5  hours per week excluding breaks.

Annual Leave: 28 days per annum (including bank holidays) (pro rata)

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 4th August 2021, 4pm  

Mind in Haringey is seeking a project worker facilitate the delivery of a service for ex-armed forces men and women throughout North London which provides wellbeing activities, CBT psycho-educational groups and counselling.

Ex-armed forces are a group that each local authority has a quota to house in their borough and in North London. We know this population exists and is largely unsupported. Unfortunately, there is only one pop-in centre in London which is not easily accessible from North London boroughs. This suggests that a community service like ours, which breaks down the stigma of mental health problems by promoting community integration and addressing social isolation, is needed in North London.  

Please apply by completing the below application form and equal opportunities form and submitting these to: [email protected]

Project Worker For Ex Services Wellbeing Worker 2021

Application Form Ex Services

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Projects Manager

Salary: £28,000-£30,000 (pro rata 22.5 hours)

Responsible to: CEO

Based at: Station House, 73c Stapleton Hall Road, N4 3QF / homebased

Terms: 22.5 hours per week excluding breaks. Fixed Term 1 year contract, may be extended. Hours: 9am – 5pm   

Closing Date: Friday 6th August 2021

We are seeking to recruit a Projects Manager to be part of a management team who work in collaboration to ensure the sustainability of the charity and to meet the growing need of Mental health in Haringey.

The main purpose of this role is to manage and ensure the delivery of the projects we provide, by supervising, managing and supporting our current Project workers.

You will work with a wide variety of underrepresented communities across the borough to deliver the projects we deliver and develop.

You will be responsible for the successful delivery of Projects, working with the project workers, co-producing the design of all marketing collateral across multimedia platforms.

Please apply by completing the below application form and equal opportunities form and submitting these to: [email protected]

Projects Manager Advert And Job Description

Application Form Projects Manager

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