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Community Officer (Mental Health) - 20 Hours per week

Community Officer (Mental Health) - 20 Hours per week

Posted 13 March by Woughton Community Council
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For full details on how to apply and for full job spec please visit www.woughtoncommunitycouncil.gov.uk and search vacancies. Full application packs must be submitted, only full and complete application forms will be considered for shortlisting.

Application deadline will be 29th March 2019 at 17:00 PM.

Working for Woughton Community Council

Woughton Community Council is the council closest to the communities of Netherfield, Coffee Hall, Eaglestone, Tinkers Bridge, Leadenhall, Peartree Bridge and Beanhill. Supporting a population of around 14,000 people, the parish has the highest number of young, old and BAMER residents in the city and is a vibrant and welcoming community. An innovative and forward thinking council, we are committed to the highest standards of delivery in everything we do.

This role

The Mental Health Community Officer role is an exciting new post within the council. The right candidate will be able to develop and create the post to meet the expectations of local people, contribute to the overall aims of the council and make a real difference to local people.

Working within the wider team, the post holder will form part of a collaborative approach to supporting our new and exciting Wellbeing initiative and well established advice service. Helping to facilitate the social, personal and emotional wellbeing of the residents of Woughton Parish, through 1:1, group sessions and community events.

Woughton takes an inclusive approach to recruitment - it may be that you don’t have ALL the skills or experience detailed, but you are willing to learn, enthusiastic and committed to making a difference. We would welcome your application. See below for a full job description and person specification.

Benefits of working with Woughton Community Council

We are a Living Wage employer

We offer flexible working options

We are a Mindful employer, supporting positive mental health and wellbeing

We offer access to training and development opportunities, with excellent levels of support and a focus on professional development

We offer a 'Bike to work’ loan scheme, providing tax free loans for bikes and cycling equipment

We offer a Local Government pension, good levels of annual leave and excellent terms and conditions (including annual incremental pay rises, sick pay, dependents leave, etc..)

Reference: 37497588

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