Mind – Time to Change – Job Vacancies.

Mind are currently recruiting for a number of positions ranging from part time to full time.
Join Mind in England’s most ambitious movement to end mental health discrimination. Time to Change is a dynamic programme led by the charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness, and funded by the Department of Health and Comic Relief, to end the stigma and discrimination faced by people with mental health problems.

You can view all vacancies in this flyer CLICK HERE: Mind – Job Vacancies – Full List

A brief overview of the jobs currently being recruited for:

  • Head of Social Leadership and Engagement
    Fixed term until March 2015 • £42,165 per annum, 35 hours per week.
    See flyer for more details.
  • Governance Support Officer
    Fixed term until March 2015 • £14,510 per annum, 21 hours per week.
    See flyer for more details.
  • Programme Legacy Project Manager
    Fixed term until 30 June 2012 • £13,655 per annum, 14 hours per week.
    See flyer for more details.
  • Programme Legacy Project Officer
    Fixed term until 30 June 2012 • £24,184 per annum, 35 hours per week.
    See flyer for more details.
  • Freelance Regional and Equalities Co-ordinators:
    • 5 Regional Co-ordators to work 4 days per month in London, South East, North West,
    East Midlands, West Midlands
    • 6 Equalities Co-ordators to work 2 days per month with marginalised and excluded groups.
    Leadership and Engagement Team Assistant
    Both fixed term until March 2015 • £19,438 per annum, 35 hours per week
    See flyer for more details.
  • Mind, one of the partners in Time to Change, is also recruiting:
    Mind Engagement Manager
    £37,071 per annum, 35 hours per week
    See flyer for more details.All the roles above, except the freelance co-ordinators, are based at Mind in Stratford, East London.
    To apply, please visit: www.mind.org.uk/jobs
    Closing date: 12 noon, Wednesday 26 October.Interviews are likely to take place during week beginning 7 November.
    Time to Change encourages applications from diverse communities and people with lived experience of mental health problems and considers such experience a positive attribute for all roles.The TWIG blog provides links to other organisations for information and convenience only. Links to external websites have been checked, however TWIG is not responsible for the content of these third party websites. The views and opinions expressed on the third party sites or expressed by groups related to the third party sites do not necessarily reflect that of TWIG.
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