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Community Options recognises that to be the best we have to employ only the very highest calibre of staff to deliver our services.

We value each and every team member for the contribution they make to our organisation. Our commitment to this is recognised in the awards for excellence that we have won over the 25 years we have been in operation, including being placed in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Not-For-Profits to work for in the UK.  Join us and you can enjoy positive career options, great benefits, excellent training and development opportunities and most importantly, a high level of job satisfaction.

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MENTAL HEALTH DEPUTY PROJECT MANAGER

Starting Salary: £24,196 p.a.

Location: Sutton

Hours of work: 38 hours per week (Shift pattern including nights, weekends, Bank Holidays and Sleep-ins)

We are seeking an applicant to support the Project Manager and the team in one of our Care Quality Commission Registered Accommodation Project and cluster project in Sutton. You will be working with people to help them to achieve and maintain their maximum potential for managing their wellbeing, increasing their confidence and leading a life that they choose and value. We are looking for an experience person with a Qualified Credit Framework Diploma level 3 in Health and Social Care or equivalent. You must be motivated and have good communication and administration skills.

Closing date: Thursday 19th July 2018

Interviews to be held w/c: 23rd July 2018


SUPPORT, TIME & RECOVERY WORKER – INSPIRE MENTAL HEALTH CONSORTIUM

Salary: £19,101 p.a. / 12 months fixed term

Hours of Work: 38 hours per week

Location: London Borough of Tower Hamlets

We are looking for a person to support our clients within the Single point of Entry Assessment and Short-Term Intervention Service. This service provides information, initial assessment, signposting, short term solution focussed support and specialist welfare advice case work. You must have excellent communication skills, good knowledge of local cultural needs, experience of working with vulnerable adults and a Qualification Credit Framework Diploma level 3 or above in Health and Social Care or equivalent.

Benefits include: Training and Development and Employee Assistance Programme.

Closing date: Sunday 22nd July 2018

Interviews to be held w/c: 30th July 2018


FLEXI HOURS – SUPPORT, TIME & RECOVERY WORKER

Salary: £9.35 per hour (casual hours p/w) Location: Newham

We are looking for people to support our clients within their own homes at times which are flexible to each person.

Are you a natural communicator with a passion for working with people?
Do you have any experience of working with vulnerable adults, particularly in the field of mental health?

Do you have a Qualification Credit Framework Diploma level 3 or above in Health and Social Care or equivalent?

 If you can say yes to the questions above then you could be just who we are looking for!

 Benefits include: Training and Development and Employee Assistance Programme.

Closing date: Sunday 22nd July 2018

Interviews to be held w/c: 30th July 2018


FLEXI HOURS – DRIVER & HORTICULTURE ASSISTANT

Starting Salary: £ 9.35 per hour (casual hours per week)

Branching Out is part of our Community Engagement & Inclusion Services. It gives volunteer participants the opportunity to learn about horticulture and engage with their local environment.  It provides chances for people to learn new skills and work within a team environment.  This in turn helps them maintain and improve their mental wellbeing.

We are looking for a Driver and Horticulture Assistant to support the Horticulture Project Officer to deliver Branching Out activities. You will support the management of the Branching Out project by leading the volunteers to complete practical horticultural activities, assessments and contracted gardening work/projects.

You post holder must have experience of maintaining, improving and managing a green space, experience of working with vulnerable adults and have the ability to drive a van.


 

For an informal chat or to find out about working for us, call or email Kelly or Erin in the HR Department. Telephone: 0208 313 9725
Email: recruitment@community-options.org.uk 

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