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Health and Wellbeing Space Support Worker

Hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week, this will include weekend work, will be required on a 1 in 3 basis
Salary
 £26,491 per annum 
Contract
Lasting until September 31st, 2023 (22 Months) full time
Location Health and Wellbeing Space is located in Central Croydon and 56A Mitcham Road (and other locations that may be used in the future) 

Role
The Health and Wellbeing Space Support Workers are new roles co-designed with people with lived experience of mental health issues to provide direct, person-centred advice, information and support to enable people to overcome barriers to access to welfare benefits, housing, money and debt management, education, training and employment.
As a support worker, your primary responsibility will be to provide intervention to those who are affected by domestic and family violence. This will include risk assessment and safety planning, crisis support, case management and ongoing domestic violence support. 

Application Form

Closing Date for Applications 9am  Monday 11th October 2021.
Interviews 18th October 2021

 Application Packs available from: recruitment@bmeforum.org

Mental Health Personal Independence Co-ordinator

Hours: 36 hours a week, Weekend working will be required on a 1 in 3 basis
Salary: £26,491 per annum FTE
Contract: Fixed Term until 31st March 2023
Location: Croydon Health & Wellbeing Hub in central Croydon, and Mind in Croydon and CBMEF offices.

Role: The Mental Health Personal Independence Co-ordinator is a new role that has been co-designed with people with lived experience of mental health issues to provide direct, person-centred support and co-ordination to enable people to find and use mental health support in their local communities.

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Application Form

Closing Date for Applications 9am on  11th October 2021
Interviews Friday 15th October 2021
Application Packs available from: recruitment@bmeforum.org