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Our workforce is made up of staff and volunteers carrying out a variety of roles, all of which add true value and contribution to the work we do, as well as providing plenty of scope for personal development and rewards which come in many forms.  Mind BLMK is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community, we hold a commitment to Disability Confident and Mindful Employer charters.

If there is not a job for you, our volunteering opportunities may be an alternative. These positions give valuable experience and around 40% of roles within Mind BLMK are held by people who have previously volunteered with us.

Mental Health Resilience Worker, Complex Needs Team (Community Connector, Complex Needs Team)

Closedown: Ongoing Until Filled
Salary: £19,800.00 per annum 
Hours: 37.0 hours
Location: Bedford, Central Bedfordshire or Luton

This role will involve working as part of a multi-disciplinary team with statutory, third sector and NHS colleagues to support clients who are suffering from moderate to severe mental health difficulties.  You will need to have experience working with those suffering with mental health illness as well as being able to demonstrate in depth knowledge of the services, support networks and local resources that may assist in improved outcomes for those dealing with complex and enduring mental health issues. An interest in working with complex needs and EUPD is essential as this role will be working as part of the complex needs teams across Bedford, Central Beds and Luton.

 

Role Profile – Community Connector, Complex Needs Team – Sept21

Employment Application Form – Community Connector, Complex Needs Team – Sept21

 

Mental Health Resilience Worker (Community Connector)

Closedown: Ongoing Until Filled
Salary: £19,800.00 per annum 
Hours: 37.0 hours
Location: Bedford or Central Bedfordshire

Working in partnership with our local NHS provider, East London Foundation Trust, we are pleased to announce that we are recruiting for Community Connector roles in Bedford and Central Bedfordshire. 

This role will involve working as part of a multi-disciplinary team with statutory, third sector and NHS colleagues to support clients who are suffering from moderate to severe mental health difficulties.  You will need to have experience working with those suffering with mental health illness as well as being able to demonstrate in depth knowledge of the services, support networks and local resources that may assist in improved outcomes for those dealing with complex and enduring mental health issues.

If you have a passion for working in mental health and possess the required skills, we would love to hear from you.

Role Profile – Mental Health Resilience Worker (Community Connector) – Jun21

Employment Application Form – Mental Health Resilience Worker (Community Connector) – Jun21

 

Peer Support Coordinator 

Closedown: Tuesday 19 October 2021 @ 5pm
Salary: £22,000.00
Hours: 37.0 hours
Location: Flitwick

Mind BLMK are looking for a Peer Support Coordinator to operate and oversee our Peer Support Groups and mentoring services across five localities in Central Bedfordshire and Bedford Borough.  This role is ideal for an individual who can use their personal lived experience of mental health challenges to support and facilitate our Peer Support Service.  The ideal candidate will be able to support individuals with mental health and wellbeing needs in line with Mind BLMK’s Peer Support Model.

If you are interested in the role, then we look forward to hearing from you.

Role Profile – Peer Support Coordinator – Oct21

Employment Application Form – Peer Support Coordinator – Oct21 

 

Crisis Recovery Worker – Milton Keynes

Closedown:  5pm Wednesday 27 October 2021
Salary:  £20.700.00 FTE (Actual salary: £10,070.27 per annum)
Hours:  3 days per week, 6 hours per day 5pm – 11pm (Monday – Sunday)
Location:  Milton Keynes

Our Crisis Cafes offer a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental environment outside of normal working hours to support individuals in mental distress and crisis.

The role will involve offering one to one support and de-escalation to enable service users to being the process of improving their mental health and wellbeing. 

425 Role Profile Crisis Recovery Worker, MK Oct,21

Employment Application Form Crisis Recovery Worker, MK Oct21

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