Harmless Vacancies – Only a week left to apply!!! We are looking for a Project Worker, Training Coordinator, Self Harm and Suicide Prevention Trainers and Sessional therapists and bank staff

Would you like to work for Harmless and The Tomorrow Project?

We are currently recruiting for a number of positions within the organisation to join our specialist self harm and suicide prevention team.

For an application form and job description, or for more information please email info@harmless.org.uk or call 01159 348445 (admin line only). Please include which job you are applying for in your email.

Positions:

  • Project Worker
  • Self Harm and Suicide Prevention Trainer
  • Sessional therapists and bank staff

Application closing date 5pm on February 20th 2015 (above positions)

Interviews to be held w/c 2nd March 2015 (above positions)

  • Training Coordinator

Application closing date 5pm on February 27th 2015 

Interviews to be held  w/c 16th March 2015

More information on all positions can be found below:

JOB TITLE: Project Worker

Hours: 20 hours per week

Pay:  £19k to £24k pro rata (Depending on experience)

 We are currently recruiting a project worker to join the Harmless team. This role will primarily involve working with clients who access the service who experience self harm or are at risk of self harm and suicide.

MAIN PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE JOB

  • To provide an assertive outreach approach across Nottinghamshire, to promote a preventative and early intervention approach around the issues of self harm and suicide.
  • To work collaboratively with communities of need to promote health and recovery amongst individuals by using and demonstrating a range of non-clinical interventions that promote coping and resilience.
  • To support the recovery of service users by engaging in activities and practical support that will improve the quality of life, for instance support employment, social engagement, advocacy and housing.

JOB TITLE: Self Harm and Suicide Prevention Trainer

Hours: Sessional basis

Pay:  TBA

MAIN PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE JOB

  • Deliver high quality and professional training on behalf of Harmless and its associated projects to external parties including (but not limited to) external organisations, school, professionals and carers.
  • Delivery of a range of training packages including (but not limited to) PSHE workshops, specialist workshops and full day and half day specialist sessions on the themes of:

–       Mental health

–       Self harm

–       Suicide prevention

JOB TITLE: Sessional therapists and bank staff

Hours: Various

Pay: £12.00 to £15.00 p/h depending on experience

We are currently recruiting sessional counsellors to supplement our permanent Harmless team. This role will primarily involve working with clients who experience mental health problems and/or that self harm or are at risk of self harm and suicide.

‘Bank staff’ will provide cover for both planned and unplanned leave within the clinical team as well as bringing specific skills, knowledge and experience for short periods of time.

MAIN PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THE JOB

  • To provide sessional counselling people to clients who experience mental health problems and/or that self harm or are at risk of self harm and suicide.
  • To work collaboratively and assertively with the communities and environments where a person is already in contact to provide information, containment and enhance a collaborative recovery approach for the person experiencing mental health problems and/or that self harm or are at risk of self harm and suicide.
  • Counsellors must be accredited with BACP or equivalent. Unfortunately we will not consider anyone who is not accredited at this time.

JOB TITLE: Training Coordinator

Hours: 22.5 hours per week (To be worked on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday)

Pay: £18, 838 to £22, 016 pro-rata (Depending on experience)

Harmless are one of the leading organisations in the field of self harm and suicide prevention in the UK. We deliver a range of training and PSHE courses across the whole of the UK and we are looking to recruit a training development coordinator to lead Harmless’ training department.

The successful applicant will manage a team of trainers to develop, monitor and deliver a range of courses. They will take responsibility for ensuring training content is of a high quality, courses are of an accredited status and delivered by a dynamic and reliable team. The training coordinator will also seek new business and meet targets that will ensure Harmless is meeting its ultimate aim of improving knowledge and skills across our sector, but also generating income that is essential to Harmless’ sustainability.

Harmless currently has great relationships with organisations, professionals and services across the UK; it is of paramount importance that the successful applicant is dedicated and skilled at developing new relationships and gives our delegates a quality learning experience from start to finish.

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