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Website and content commission

We are looking for a design/ advertising / promotion company to pitch to the group on how they would raise the profile of our young persons campaign, we are looking for a creative team to create a website and content (potentially short videos) which will support a campaign and offer a legacy for this vital youth campaign. The group meet weekly and the successful designer would be invited to meetings to discuss progress and take guidance.

Budget £8,000 for all costs.

Please get in touch with Rod Kippen and Claire Workman if you have any questions prior to submission… rod.kippen@42ndstreet.org.uk claire.workman@42ndstreet.org.uk

Deadline: 1pm on Friday 24th January 2020

Interviews will be held on the afternoon of the 29th January

Work to be completed by the March 10th

Those shortlisted will be invited to present their proposal to our panel in late January.

Full brief here: website commision


The Horsfall Intern opportunity x 2

We are looking for a creative, self-motivated and highly organised individual to take on the role of producer interns for current projects. The interns will work alongside the Creative Producer and mental health practitioners to support young people, develop, plan, deliver and evaluate arts based projects.

Wage – £80 a day (£2400 for 30 days)

Application submission date : 9 a.m 29th Jan
Interviews will be held w/c 4th February

Work to commence February/ March 2020

How to apply

Please submit a supporting letter explaining why you wish to undertake the role and any previous similar experience (project management, working with young people etc) along with a CV and one reference from previous project or course tutor.

Please email to rod.kippen@42ndstreet.org.uk
Or send to

Rod Kippen
42nd Street
the Space
87-91 Great Ancoats Street
Manchester
M4 5AG

If you would like an informal talk about the role please contact Rod Kippen on rodkippen@42ndstreet.org.uk

Intern Job Description – 2020


Artist in residence opportunity – The Horsfall

We are offering a unique opportunity for an artist to undertake a Residency at the Horsfall which will result in a two week exhibition at the Horsfall and launch event fully supported by our media team.

The role has a budget of £600 per residency for personal time (£80 a day for 7.5 days), we can also provide a budget of £200 for materials if required.

We aim for initial residencies to start in Feb/ March 2020 though we will be running 3 residencies a year so successful applicants may be able to book for future residencies.

Eligibility

This opportunity is open to creative practitioners working in any discipline at any stage of their career. The commissions are reserved for practitioners aged 35 years or under on 1st May 2020. Students in full time education are ineligible to apply

How to apply

Please submit

– Proposal of what your residency would include, including how it would reflect the link between mental health and the arts. Why you wish to undertake the residency and achieve from the role.

– A scheme of work which would include timescales for how the work would be undertaken ( i.e weekly session or week long session/s). Where young people would be involved (i.e through artistic sessions or consultation).

– What the end exhibition/ performance would look like.

Please include any previous experience (art projects, project management, working with young people etc) along with a CV and one reference from previous project or course tutor.

Closing date for application 9a.m 28th January 2020

Interviews will be held panel of young people on the week of the 11th February

Please email to rod.kippen@42ndstreet.org.uk
Or send to

Rod Kippen
42nd Street
the Space
87-91 Great Ancoats Street
Manchester
M4 5AG

If you would like an informal talk about the role please contact Rod Kippen on rodkippen@42ndstreet.org.uk

Horsfall Residency 2020


IAPT Practitioner – CBT Therapist

  • Grade: NJC Pts. 19 – 25 (£24,799 – £28,785)
  • Contract end date: Permanent, subject to funding; subject to a pay review in April 2020
  • Annual Leave: 27 days per annum (pro rata)
  • Hours of work: 37.5 hours per week
  • Job Summary: You will work as part of a wider Counselling and Therapy Team providing a range of quality therapeutic services to young people aged 11-25 years who are under stress or experiencing mental health difficulties. The core element of the post is the direct delivery of IAPT Step 3 cognitive behavioral therapy to young people, with the possibility of delivering therapeutic group work. You will deliver therapeutic work from our Manchester headquarters and in community based locations across Greater Manchester, dependent on the access needs of young people. The post holder will ensure the delivery of timely and high quality therapeutic practice, which is aligned with IAPT standards and best practice.

Deadline of Monday 10th February at 10am.

Interviews: 27th February 2020

Before making an application candidates should have a conversation with Alex Habens on 0161 228 7321

If you require an application pack in a particular format, please contact us on: 0161 228 7321 or e-mail theteam@42ndstreet.org.uk.

 

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HR Manager

  • Grade: NJC Pts. 30-35 (£32,878 – £37,849) (pro rata)
  • Contract end date: Fixed term for one year, subject to funding with the possibility of extension
  • Annual Leave: 27 days per annum (pro rata)
  • Hours of work: 30 hours per week
  • Job Summary: You will be an experienced HR professional, career focused and driven to develop people, and organisational practice. You will be an excellent communicator, matched by a real attention to detail, planning and be deadline focused. You will have a rigorous approach to maintaining confidentiality, information governance and data protection standards.
    You will manage all HR systems and processes at 42nd Street. This will include full cycle recruitment processes and those for new, current and exiting staff. You will manage sickness and annual leave systems, analysing trends, reporting and making recommendations to the executive team. You will review and develop organisational HR policies, advising the executive and Board of changes in legislation, best practice approaches.
    You will liaise will staff across the organisation, and provide training to ensure all staff are confident in their understanding of HR policy and practice. You will work closely with our external HR consultants, particularly in matters relating to informal and formal staff performance processes. You will provide mediation and support line managers to managing conflict effectively.
    You will be pro-active in identifying and implementing HR initiatives such as staff benefits, staff relations based on annual surveys, evaluations and informal feedback.

Deadline of Monday 10th February at 10am.

Interviews: 26th February 2020

Before making an application candidates should have a conversation with Simone Spray on 0161 228 7321

If you require an application pack in a particular format, please contact us on: 0161 228 7321 or e-mail theteam@42ndstreet.org.uk.

 

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Training & Events Co-ordinator

  • Grade: NJC Scale 12-17 (£21,589- £23,836) (pro rata)
  • Contract end date: 30th September 2022, subject to funding
  • Annual Leave: 27 days per annum (pro rata)
  • Hours of work: 30 hours per week (4 days)
  • Job Summary: 42nd Street’s vision is for accessible inclusive services for all young people aged 11-25 years. We support young people with their emotional wellbeing and mental health promoting choice and creativity. We champion young person-centred approaches that demonstrate local impact and have national significance
    This post is a new role funded by AIM and will be responsible for the promotion, booking, administration, evaluation and logistical arrangements for local, regional and national cross-sector training delivered by 42nd Street. Initially the packages that will be promoted will include our training for artists, multi-agency development sessions around trauma and de-escalation, working with LGBTQ+ young people, working with young black men, online therapeutic support and youth loneliness. You will support in the production of bespoke marketing materials, develop a marketing plan, develop and implement an engagement strategy and booking systems, organise travel/accommodation and refreshments for training courses, support the development of a pricing structure, build up contacts and clients locally regionally and nationally and oversee the evaluation and analysis of the training packages

Deadline of Monday 10th February at 10am.

Interviews: Wednesday 4th March 2020

Before making an application candidates should have a conversation with Tessa Gregson on 0161 228 7321

If you require an application pack in a particular format, please contact us on: 0161 228 7321 or e-mail theteam@42ndstreet.org.uk.

 

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Head of Service

  • Grade: NJC band: PO 6 – 7 (£42,683 – £48,529) per annum (pro rata)
  • Contract end date: Fixed term for one year, subject to funding with the possibility of extension
  • Annual Leave: 27 days per annum (pro rata)
  • Hours of work: 37.5 hours per week
  • Job Summary: 42nd Street’s vision is for accessible inclusive services for all young people aged 11-25 years. We support young people with their emotional wellbeing and mental health promoting choice and creativity. We champion young person-centred approaches that demonstrate local impact and have national significance.
    You will work at a strategic and operational level, leading and managing staff and a portfolio of services and projects across Greater Manchester. You will support the delivery of high quality services reporting to the Chief Executive and working closely with the Executive Team, the wider Management Team and accountable to the Board of Trustees and Young Trustees.
    The services and projects at 42nd Street reflect high standards of practice through effective communication with staff, other agencies and service users; they reflect the expressed needs and rights of young people as experts in their own lives.
    You will lead, manage monitor and report on a portfolio of commissioned and independently funded services and projects. You will demonstrate and lead best practice within safeguarding, clinical governance, standards and quality that drive effectiveness and efficiency.
    You will interpret the external environment and represent the service strategically to ensure 42nd Street is recognised and influencing locality transformation planning, i-Thrive and national policy and practice.
    You will contribute to building a robust and compelling evidence base that continues to demonstrate improved recovery and wellbeing, increased resilience and improved confidence and self- esteem for young people whilst also addressing inequality, injustice and raising awareness.
    You will take a lead role in co-developing and delivering 42nd Street’s Business Plan, ensuring that we are a responsive, financially sustainable service that is responsive to the changing needs of young people and the changing external environment that we are operating in.

Deadline of Monday 10th February at 10am.

Interviews: 28th February 2020

Before making an application candidates should have a conversation with Simone Spray on 0161 228 7321

If you require an application pack in a particular format, please contact us on: 0161 228 7321 or e-mail theteam@42ndstreet.org.uk.

 

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Mental Health Practitioner – Social Action (Youth Work & Projects)

  • Grade: Pay scale NJC Pts. 19 – 25: £24,799 – £28,785 per annum (pro rata)
  • Contract end date: Fixed term for one year, subject to funding
  • Annual Leave: 27 days per annum (pro rata)
  • Hours of work: 37.5 hours per week
  • Job Summary: You will work as part of the Youth & Projects Team delivering a diverse range of quality group work programmes to young people aged 11-25 years who are under stress or experiencing mental health difficulties. Our Youth & Projects Team delivers innovative group work and social action programmes incorporating identity and issue-based work, a creative programme, single gender work and peer research.
    You will work with targeted groups of young people across Greater Manchester supporting our social action programmes, extending its reach and creating the structures and opportunities which enable young people to have genuine influence at a local, regional and national level. Within 42nd Street, you will support our major programmes of work including working with LGBTQ+ young people, our online programme, Action for Change (social action), our work with our young ambassadors, and supporting The Horsfall creative programme projects alongside creative practitioners, to ensure that young people’s participation is supported and their mental health and wellbeing needs are met.
    You will also co-deliver a range of community-based group work programmes which use creative and participatory methods to raise awareness, build resilience and enhance young people knowledge, build on their own coping strategies and increase access to 42nd Street therapeutic services for those who identify they need support with their mental health and emotional wellbeing. You will deliver work from our Manchester headquarters and in community-based locations across Greater Manchester, dependent on the access needs of young people.

Deadline of Monday 10th February at 10am.

Interviews: 19th February 2020

Before making an application candidates should have a conversation with James Walklate on 0161 228 7321

If you require an application pack in a particular format, please contact us on: 0161 228 7321 or e-mail theteam@42ndstreet.org.uk.

 

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42nd Street is a Living Wage Employer

42nd Street is an equal opportunities employer.

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42nd Street is a Living Wage Employer