The research will involve the lead worker, working alongside local community partners and Mental Health Practitioners from 42nd Street and young people from the community aged 13-21 years that would be able to train as Peer Researchers.
The work will identify issues impacting on the mental health and wellbeing of young people within the mainstream and Orthodox Jewish community, the current range of services available to meet their needs, barriers to engagement with services, approaches that are likely to support engagement, any unmet need and potential service developments for the future. The peer researchers, the local community and 42nd Street will analyse and interpret their findings and produce a set of recommendations for future service design within the community.
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.
Closing date: 10am, Monday 11th July
Interview date: 19th July
If you wish to talk about the role, please contact: Chris Jacob on 0161 228 7321.
42nd Street is an equal opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from disabled people.
42nd Street is a Living Wage Employer