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Our charity provides a range of services including advocacy, welfare rights and debt advice and mindfulness training to vulnerable people in Salford, including those with physical & sensory impairments, learning difficulties, dementia, autism and mental health problems and the over 60s. Our advocacy and advice services currently cover Salford and GMMH specialist services. A vacancy is available for a Campaigns and Communications Officer (CCO) to play a pivotal role in the successful day to day communications, campaigning and fundraising of the charity.

We are currently looking to recruit three new staff members to join our dedicated and friendly team!

Current Vacancies:

Information and Compliance Lead

We are looking for a dynamic individual to help us to maintain excellence and further develop and evidence our innovative service delivery in Salford.

Contract Length: Permanent (six-month probationary period)

Hours: 37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday

Line Manager: Chief Executive

Location(s): Salford Salary: £24,000 – £28,000 dependent on experience

Amongst other responsibilities, the Information and Compliance Lead will contribute to the ongoing success and sustainability of the charity by providing compliance guidance and evaluating projects and services. You will also oversee and update charity policies, and be skilled in collating, analysing and communicating complex information to stakeholders.

Closing date: 5pm 12th October 2018

Mind in Salford is committed to achieving equal opportunities in employment and in the services it provides.

Mind in Salford welcomes applications from people with lived experience of mental health issues.

No agencies please.

 

 

Welfare Rights and Debt Advisor

Contract Length: Fixed term contract – 1 year

Hours: Part time 22.5 hours p/w

Salary: £22,212 pro rata Location(s): Salford

Closing date: 5pm 12th October 2018

You will provide a comprehensive welfare benefits and debt advice/financial capability service to clients with mental health issues, focusing on outreach at food banks and housing associations and other agencies within the city.

If you are intelligent, sensitive to the needs of people with mental health difficulties, committed to supporting and promoting their rights and have excellent written and verbal skills, then we would like to hear from you. The Certificate of Money Advice Practice qualification is also desirable, although not essential to the role.

This job works with vulnerable adults and requires an enhanced disclosure under the Disclosure and Barring Service checks of criminal background. We also require at least 1 years’ experience of advising in this sector, either voluntary or paid and references that are satisfactory to us. You will also need a full driving licence and access to your own vehicle as the role requires travel to and from outreaches and home visits where necessary.

Mind in Salford is committed to achieving equal opportunities in employment and in the services it provides.

Mind in Salford welcomes applications from people with lived experience of mental health issues.

No agencies please.

 

Contact Info

Mind in Salford
The Angel Centre
1 St. Philips Place
Salford
M3 6FA

0161 212 4880
info@mindinsalford.org.uk

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