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Course Facilitator Position x2 – Female and Male Role Available

Due to the success of the ‘We Tell You’ research project in the Jewish Community, we are delighted to have secured the funding to start implementing some of its findings. This position will involve the Facilitator working alongside local community partners and Mental Health Practitioners from 42nd Street and CAHMS to help develop and facilitate a course over the period of one year. They will be working with the project manager to organise the course and with the course leaders to help deliver and ensure relevance and sensitivity for the specific audience.

The work will center around the establishment and recruitment of a course designed to accredit, professionalise and educate members of the community already working within young people settings. Once developed, the facilitator will be responsible for delivering the course alongside a practitioner from Salford Integrated Youth Services.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone to come and join a project funded by the Salford Clinical Commissioning Group backed by a 2 year research project. We hope this is the first of many projects. Positions after this year may become available for the successful candidate subject to funding bids.

Please note that due to the remit of the project, it is a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR) that the post holder identifies as being a member of the Jewish community.

  • NJC Pt. 28: £25,463 (pro rata).
  • 8 hours per week
  • Fixed term, contract end date: July 2020
  • Contributory pension scheme available

Closing date: 10am, Monday 22nd July

Interview date: week of 29th July – specific day TBC

Job Description Female OJC 2019

Job Description Male OJC 2019

Course Facilitator Person Spec

42nd Street Application Form Course Faciltator

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Advisory Group

Over the last 3 years a research project has been running in the Jewish Community in Salford to understand the mental health and well-being needs of young people (11- 25) within the ultra-orthodox spectrum. This research is now informing the next exciting stage of this work which  enable local people to be trained to deliver support  with young people in a meaningful way; this will include strong  local and clinical governance. With commitment from community partners working alongside  Salford City Council and Clinical Commissioning Group,  42nd Street and specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Services (CAMHS) we are confident that this work will make a real difference to young people and the wider community.

Throughout the process so far, we have relied on committed local experts to advise and guide the project and as we enter this new phase we would like to invite new people to join our existing Advisory Group which we anticipate will meet at least bi-monthly for the next two years.

If you feel you have the commitment and expertise to volunteer for this group then please send an Expression of Interest to Simone.Spray@42ndstreet.org.uk setting out why you support the work and how you feel your skills and expertise will help the project to succeed.

We will then set up informal meetings with those interested with a view to forming the new group in September 2019.

 


Service Manager – Schools Work

You will be managing a team of mental health practitioners providing emotional health and wellbeing support to young people in schools across Greater Manchester. You will be responsible for the co-ordination and delivery of our schools work which will include working closely with various partners from the voluntary sector, education and statutory services.

Management experience essential.

  • Pay scale NJC Pts. 30-35: £32,878- £37,849 p.a
  • 37.5 hrs per week (full time)
  • Fixed term for one year, subject to funding
  • Annual Leave 27 days per annum (pro rata)
  • Contributory pension scheme available.

There is potential for contracts to be extended beyond the initial fixed term, subject to funding and service needs.

Closing date: 5pm Monday 15th July 2019

Interviews will be held week beginning 22nd July 2019 and 29th July 2019. Specific dates TBC.

Service Manager JD

Service Manager PS

Application Form ALL POSTS

Equality and Diversity Template

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Integrated Community Response (ICR) Project

An innovative, exciting project providing emotional health and wellbeing support to young people 11-18y who present with crisis and risk. You will be delivering solution focussed, brief interventions with a youth focussed approach, supporting young people to build resilience and develop positive relationships. This project also includes working with partners and liaising with statutory services to co-deliver the best service. This ICR project has practitioners working across various settings including Early Help Hubs and Pupil Referral Units.

  • Pay scale NJC Pts. 26-31: (£24,799 – £28,785) p.a.
  • 37.5 hrs per week (full time)
  • Fixed term for one year, subject to funding
  • Annual Leave 27 days per annum (pro rata)
  • Contributory pension scheme available.

There is potential for contracts to be extended beyond the initial fixed term, subject to funding and service needs.

Closing date: 5pm Monday 15th July 2019

Interviews will be held week beginning 22nd July 2019 and 29th July 2019. Specific dates TBC.

Integrated Community Response MHP PS

Integrated Community Response MHP JD

Application Form ALL POSTS

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42nd Street Annual Report 2016.17

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Mental Health Practitioner – Psycho-Social Support

You will work as part of our multi-disciplinary team providing a range of quality services to young people aged 11-25 years who are experiencing mental health and wellbeing issues. Our Counselling & Therapy and Community Mental Health teams deliver work which combines individual therapeutic support, advocacy, delivery of therapeutic and non-therapeutic groups, and encourages young people’s participation in the service. The core element of the post is the direct delivery of individual therapeutic support and group work to young people. You will deliver work from community based locations across Greater Manchester, dependent on the access needs of young people.

  • Pay scale NJC Pts. 26-31: (£24,799 – £28,785) p.a.
  • 37.5 hrs per week (full time)
  • Fixed term for one year, subject to funding
  • Annual Leave 27 days per annum (pro rata)
  • Contributory pension scheme available.

There is potential for contracts to be extended beyond the initial fixed term, subject to funding and service needs.

Closing date: 5pm Monday 15th July 2019

Interviews will be held week beginning 22nd July 2019 and 29th July 2019. Specific dates TBC.

42nd Street MHP Psycho-Social Support Job Description

42nd Street MHP (Psycho-Social Support) Person Specification

Application Form ALL POSTS

Equality-and-Diversity-Template-Recruitment-2018

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42nd Street Annual Report 2016.17

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Mental Health Practitioner – Counselling & Therapy

You will work as part of our multi-disciplinary team providing a range of quality services to young people aged 11-25 years who are experiencing mental health and wellbeing issues. Our Counselling & Therapy and Community Mental Health teams deliver work which combines individual therapeutic support, advocacy, delivery of therapeutic and non-therapeutic groups, and encourages young people’s participation in the service. The core element of the post is the direct delivery of individual therapeutic support and group work to young people. You will deliver work from community based locations across Greater Manchester, dependent on the access needs of young people.

  • Pay scale NJC Pts. 26-31: (£24,799 – £28,785) p.a.
  • 37.5 hrs per week (full time)
  • Fixed term for one year, subject to funding
  • Annual Leave 27 days per annum (pro rata)
  • Contributory pension scheme available.

There is potential for contracts to be extended beyond the initial fixed term, subject to funding and service needs.

Closing date: 5pm Monday 15th July 2019

Interviews will be held week beginning 22nd July 2019 and 29th July 2019. Specific dates TBC.

42nd Street MHP Counselling & Therapy Job Description

42nd Street MHP Counselling & Therapy Person Specification

Application Form ALL POSTS

Equality-and-Diversity-Template-Recruitment-2018

42.RS-Pack.Terms-and-conditions.12.18.final 

42nd Street Annual Report 2016.17

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42nd Street is an equal opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from disabled people.

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42nd Street is a Living Wage Employer

42nd Street is a Living Wage Employer