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Saint Helens, Merseyside 11.02 miles
£7,500 - £750 per year
Part-time, 14 hours per week, Temporary, 1 year (April 2022) Contract
Job description

We are looking for a talented individual to support our Local Project Manager and Volunteer Caseworker to deliver our Parents in Mind perinatal mental health peer support project in Halton and St Helens – initially until April 2022, but with the possibility of extension, subject to funding.  This role is home-based but will include travel (sometimes at short notice) to the Halton and St Helens area, so access to transport and a flexible approach to working are essential. The post will be for 14 hours per week.

You must have excellent written and oral communication skills and be able to quickly create rapport with volunteers, service users, NCT practitioners and a range of staff from local services. An understanding of mental health support pathways is also essential to the post. This is a complex project and covers multiple locations, so you must be able to confidently prioritise your own work, be highly organised and able to work independently. In this largely pastoral role, the core of the work will be ensuring Parents in Mind peer supporters are able to provide service users with safe, well-informed and reliable support, so outstanding relationship building skills are vital. Good IT skills will also be required – including use of Outlook, Word and Excel. Ideally you will also have the skills to be able to engage with parents via social media. Please note some evening work may be required to support volunteers providing evening peer support.

It is essential for this post that you are, or undertake the training to become, a Parents in Mind peer supporter. This training requires lived experience/close support of another who has experienced mental health difficulties during the transition to parenthood, and the accredited training would be undertaken in addition to your paid hours.

The job description for this role can be found here.

The closing date for the role is 8th March 2021 with interviews intended to date place on either 11th March or 16th March 2021.

NCT is committed to ensuring diversity across the Charity and we actively welcome applications from minority ethnic groups. We provide reasonable adjustments and are committed to an inclusive and accessible recruitment process

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Posted on: 16 February 2021
Closing date: 08 March 2021
Tags: Social Care/Development

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