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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. 

Telephone Support Line Worker

Location: Home based

Closing Date: Friday 4th June 2021 midday, interviews 11th June.

Term: Up to 6 months contract, with possibility of being extended.

Salary: £24,300 pro rata.

Hours: 17.5 hours split across Monday to Friday 2pm-9pm shift patterns. 

To apply, please read the below job description and fill out the application form and equal opportunities monitoring form, sending the completed forms to [email protected]

Telephone Suppport Line Worker May 2021

Application Form Telephone Support Line Worker 2021

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES MONITORING FORM

 

Art Group Facilitator 

Location: Mind in Haringey, Finsbury Park, London

Closing Date: Friday 14th May 2021 5pm

Term: Self-Employed

Salary: £30 per hour

Hours: 2 hours per week 

Do you have experience working with people in the mental ill health?

Do you have a background in teaching art or art therapy? 

Do you have effective communication skills?

Are you patient, empathetic, creative and passionate about art?

We are looking to employ a compassionate and experienced Art Therapist/ teacher to utilise art and psychotherapeutic techniques to help patients improve their physical, cognitive, and emotional wellbeing. You should have a strong understanding of visual art.
DBS will be required, insurance may be required. 
Mental Health First Aid training will be given. 

To apply, please email a CV and covering letter to [email protected] 

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