Salary: £27,605 per annum depending on skills and experience
Working Hours: Full time, 36.5 hours per week, worked flexibly
Closing date for applications: 25 October 2019 04:00pm
Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind is part of an exciting new partnership programme which will provide mental health support in universities across England. The programme is funded by Goldman Sack Gives in partnership with Mind. Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind is working in partnership with Teesside University to pilot the programme, alongside nine other local Minds and their university partners.
The programme will provide support and specialist training to equip these University communities with knowledge, skills and confidence to support their own mental health and support others. This includes resilience training for students and workplace wellbeing workshops for final year students who are about to graduate and transition into the workplace. Ideally, the successful candidate will deliver some workshops in order to directly experience the work of the project and contribute to capacity. Workshops and training will also be delivered by Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind’s experienced training team.
The post holder will work with Teesside University to co-ordinate the local programme of activities until July 2021. This will include relationship building across university departments and schools, as well as engaging staff and students directly and delivering awareness workshops.
Interviews will be held on Monday 4th November 2019.
How to apply
You can download supporting infomation and an application form below - as a single zip file or one file at a time.
Apply in writing to: Middlesbrough and Stockton Mind, The Mind Centre, 90-92 Lothian Road, Middlesbrough TS4 2QX