Information or advice about your wellbeing – or how you can help somebody else.
We currently have three vacancies:
Workplace Wellbeing Manager
Are you an experienced, enthusiastic trainer who’s passionate about mental health?
Can you develop and deliver high quality and innovative training sessions?
Can you nurture and build commercial relationships?
If so, you could be just the person we are looking for to run and further develop our Workplace Wellbeing service in the role of Workplace Wellbeing Manager.
North East Wales Mind is a progressive and growing voluntary organisation committed to making sure that anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for advice and support.
Our Workplace Wellbeing service works with employers of all sizes to improve mental health for their employees through high quality training. You’ll design and deliver engaging and accessible mental health training programmes, as well as managing, developing and promoting our service and growing our portfolio of commercial clients.
If you have great communication and training skills combined with commercial acumen we’d love to hear from you. We’re proud of our organisation and our colleagues, and we’d love you to join us!
Closing date: 5pm on Wednesday 22 May 2019
Interviews: 4 June 2019
Job Descriptions & Person Specifications are here:
For an informal chat contact Jenny Murphy, Chief Officer on 01352 974430
Senior Support Worker – 3 hours per week - £10.96 per hour
Support Worker – 3 hours per week - £9.93 per hour
Hours: Tuesdays 12.30 – 3.30pm
North East Wales Mind provides support for people experiencing mental health problems through the delivery of information and advice, group activities, training and therapeutic services and we are now looking for two Support Workers to be part of our Wrexham Drop-in team.
Could your excellent skills in supporting people with mental health problems help vulnerable people improve their wellbeing, independence and quality of life?
Working in a small friendly team, you will be assessing people’s needs and supporting them to reach their goals through a range of group activities which you’ll help plan and develop.
You’ll have at least two years’ experience of working with people with mental health problems, a person centred approach, a positive attitude, empathy, compassion and patience with people in mental distress.
Closing date: 5pm on Monday 13 May 2019
Interviews: 21 May 2019
Senior Support Worker Application Forms
Support Worker Application Form
For an informal chat contact Berni Durham-Jones on 01352 974431