Hearing Voices Projects Development Worker

Salary: £30,578 for 35 hours

Hours per week: 35 (28 hours negotiable)

Closing Date: 30 June 2024

Interview Date: 10 July 2024

Second Round Interview Date: 17 July 2024

Would you like to be part of supporting and developing innovative support services for people who hear voices, see visions, have other sensory experiences, altered states or unshared beliefs? We are looking for someone with knowledge of peer support and a range of perspectives on mental health to join our Hearing Voices Projects team. As an organisation that leads on integrating the hearing voices movement ethos into our services, we have an exciting opportunity for someone to join us in continuing our work.   

Among other tasks, you will be required to: 

  • Work with partner organisations to establish hearing voices peer support groups, in addition to facilitating groups.  
  • Deliver training sessions and workshops on the hearing voices approach and related topics.  
  • Offer support to a range of people who hear voices (young people and their families, those in prison, forensic units or Immigration Removal Centres) in a variety of ways (email, zoom, phone, face to face). 

You will also be expected to contribute towards the general development of the projects and support relevant data monitoring. Furthermore, it is key that you are able to embody and maintain the charity`s vision and values. 

Please send your application to recruitment@mindincamden.org.uk or by post to Barnes House, 9-15 Camden Rd, London NW1 9LQ.  We will be in touch after the closing date to let you know if you have been shortlisted.

Please note CVs will not be considered- we shortlist on the basis of application forms. There is a two stage interview process – all interviews are in person at our offices.

Closing date: Sunday 30th June 2024

First stage Interview date: 10th July 2024 

Second stage interview date: 17th July 2024 

 

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