Voice Collective Senior Development Worker
Starting salary £17,374 (inclusive of ILW) for 21 hours per week
Mind in Camden is seeking a motivated and creative individual with the ability to successfully lead a small team for the post of Voice Collective Senior Development Worker. Voice Collective is an innovative service supporting young people who hear voices, see visions or have other unusual sensory experiences. Please see their website at www.voicecollective.co.uk
Funded until 31st March 2020, this post will give the successful applicant an opportunity to develop, implement and supervise an established and renowned project, and manage a small team.
We are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal skills, flexibility and the awareness to work well in challenging environments.
In addition to the above, the successful candidate will have experience of working with vulnerable young people; an in-depth understanding of the principles and practice of the hearing voices movement and its ethos, and a strong commitment to user-led initiatives.
Applications are particularly welcome from those with personal experience of hearing voices, seeing visions or having other extra sensory experiences.
Closing date: Wednesday 3rd July at 5pm.
Interviews: Friday 12th July (1st round) and Friday 19th July (2nd round)
This post is funded until 31st March 2020.
Please download the application pack here:
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