4 Courses manager jobs near Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear

Don’t miss out on a job again!

Get job alerts for this search sent straight to your inbox

You haven't selected any filters. To create a tailored job alert, select your filters first.
Email address

Oh no!

{{ alertCtrl.errorMsg }}

By clicking 'Create alert' you agree to the Terms and Conditions applicable to our service and acknowledge that your personal data will be used in accordance with our Privacy and Cookie Policy and you will receive emails and communications about jobs and career related topics.

All done!

You will now get the latest from this search sent to your inbox.

Check your email inbox in order to verify your job alert

{{ alertCtrl.errorMsg }}

Sign in or register to manage your job alerts.

Register

NIWE Eating Distress Service
Newcastle upon Tyne 0.59 miles
£18,000 per year
City Hearts UK
Sunderland 10.54 miles
£20,500 per year
Page 1 of 1
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear 0.59 miles
£18,000 per year
Part-time, 22.5-30, Temporary, 12 months Contract
Job description
  • Exciting opportunity to join a well-recognised mental health charity in Newcastle, to lead its successful counselling service and using your clinical and organisational skills to contribute to its further development.
  • NIWE Eating Distress Service
  • Counselling Lead

    Job Description

    Job Title: Counselling Lead

    Reports to: Chief Officer (CO)

    Responsible for: Counsellors (freelance & volunteers)

    Salary: £29,528 (f/t & paid pro rata for hours worked)

    Hours of work: From 22.5 – 30h pw by agreement

    Contract: Post currently funded to March 2022 (to be extended dependant on funding

  • Main Purpose of Job
  • To oversee, manage and help develop NIWE’s counselling services
  • Ensure all service users receive a welcoming, safe, sensitive and confidential service that is responsive to their needs.
  • To ensure service objectives and targets are met and reported
  • To ensure consistent quality and excellence in service provision
  • To hold a clinical caseload
  • ____________________________________________________________

  • Key tasks and responsibilities
  • You will be expected to:

  • Co-ordinate the counselling service including referrals, assessment, assessment liaison, allocation of client work to team.
  • Liaise with other agencies and organisations in relation to service users, taking appropriate action where necessary.
  • Provide assessments and counselling.
  • Ensure all relevant administrative tasks such as maintaining case notes, client records, outcomes recording and case management are completed,up to date and held in accordance with NIWE policies and procedures (e.g. Information Governance, confidentiality), using current NIWE systems.
  • Ensure comprehensive service monitoring and to evaluate the service, producing reports for the Board, funders, CO, Annual Report etc. where required.
  • Contract manage freelance counsellors and trainee therapists / volunteers, liaising with external supervisors / placement managers as required
  • Assist CO with recruitment and induction of new employees
  • Oversee clinical work and ensure it is delivered according to an agreed plan, in line with NIWE service plan
  • Ensure that any adopted quality standards are met, organisational issues are understood and to identify and implement improvements in clinical practice, and to implement policy and procedural change
  • Continuously improve service delivery
  • Attend clinical supervision with a supervisor mutually agreed with NIWE
  • Attend and actively participate in line management, team meetings and training sessions.
  • Assist in the development of NIWE services by working with the CO on continuing service quality and development with input to funding / contract bidding as necessary.
  • Attend and actively participate in Board of Trustees meetings as required.
  • Deputise for the CO when required and appropriate.
  • Participate in the preparation and implementation of NIWE’s strategic planning.
  • Work in harmony with the Charity’s values, demonstrated positively through the work.
  • Respect others and value diversity including by actively promoting and ensuring good equal opportunities/equality and diversity practice.
  • Develop and maintain good communication and effective relationships with all NIWE colleagues and external partners and other stakeholders.
  • Continuously develop knowledge, learning, skill and practice, maintain professional registration /accreditation.
  • Comply with codes of practice, policies and procedures
  • Perform other reasonable duties as may be required from time to time
Additional documents
Job Description (.docx)
Person Spec (.docx)
Application form (.docx)
Background Info (.doc)
CL Lead advert (.docx)
Check commute
Starting Address
Destination
Mode of transport
Posted on: 20 January 2021
Closing date: 21 March 2021
Job ref: CL 2021
Tags: Management,Practitioner

The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.

You have hidden this job: