Job Title: Advice Team Leader
Organisation: Manchester Mind
Location: North West
Job Role: Managerial – Generalist
Salary: £29,055 (pro rata) | £20,338 (actual)
Closing Date: 20th May 2019
Job Type: Temporary
Working Hours: Part time
We believe in the power of effective advice and information and that it can have a positive impact on mental health.
Our work is guided by our values of:
Openness | Belonging | Strength | Collaboration
To support us in this work we wish to recruit an:
Advice Team Leader for our Children & Young People’s (CYP) Service
Manchester Mind has been delivering services since 1989 and has developed a range of highly respected services for young people living in the City. We are working collaboratively with Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People and Centrepoint to help young people aged 18-25 years facing financial and other hardship crises. This is a partnership project that has been running for almost 3 years providing social welfare advice to young people experiencing mental health problems, and/or are disabled and/or are homeless. We are seeking someone who cares about social justice for young people to come and work with us. You will be joining a staff team who are highly collaborative and skilled in their work.
Position: CYP Advice Team Leader Salary: £29,055 (pro rata) | £20,338 (actual)
Fixed term contract until 31st May 2021
Hours: 24.5 hours per week
The skills and knowledge that are important to us are:
o Working collaboratively with others to build genuine and supportive relationships
o Experience of managing accessible advice services
o Advice knowledge in areas of social welfare law (benefits, debt, housing)
o Ability to manage, monitor and evaluate projects
Application documents can be downloaded from our website https://www.manchestermind.org/get-involved/vacancies/ or requested via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications must be received by 12noon, Monday 20th May 2019.
Manchester Mind is striving to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Manchester Mind sees it as a positive advantage if you have experience of mental health issues, and/or have used mental health services, or had experience of volunteering.
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