The Big Life group – latest updates
The Big Life group of social businesses and charities work together to provide people with opportunities to change their lives.
The group is made up of 7 businesses and 3 charities which deliver a range of support and services across the North of England including services for children and families, health and social care services, mental health and wellbeing; alongside housing support, education, and employment services.
Find out more about us here.
- Sanctuary Support Worker, The Sanctuary: 24/07/2018 July 11, 2018
Location: Multiple sites, working acrossManchester, Bolton, Wigan and Leigh
Hours: Average 35 hours per week (up to 40 hours on 8pm-6am shift rota)
Salary: £18,319 per annum (pro rata for part time roles)
Length of contract: 12 months fixed term, continued subject to funding
The Sanctuary are looking for someone who is passionate about improving mental health to join them and support people who are in crisis overnight. Use your experiences, personal and professional, to help make a real difference to the lives of people who are experiencing anxiety, depression, panic attacks and suicidal thoughts.
This Sanctuary is available to residents (ages 18+) living in:
- Manchester, Trafford, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Glossop, Wigan and Leigh– from 8pm – 6am
- Bolton– from 4pm – 12am (midnight)
As a Support Worker, you will provide a welcoming, comfortable and safe experience for people in crisis – delivering telephone and 1-1 support sessions. As someone who is passionate about mental health, this role will allow you to make a real difference to the wellbeing of the people who access our service.
To apply visit the Self Help website.
- Service Manager – Talking Therapies: 25/07/2018 July 9, 2018
Location: Oakfield House, Macclesfield
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Salary: NJC Scale point 35-40 (£31,401 to £36,153)
Length of contract:Permanent
About the role
Do you have the ability to lead a dynamic team of mental health professionals to deliver Talking Therapies across Eastern Cheshire?
Do you have the skills to develop positive relationships with a wide range of partners and stakeholders?
Are you a problem solver and creative thinker, with a positive outlook and flexible attitude?
You will have the opportunity to lead the Talking Therapies (Eastern Cheshire) team, based at Oakfield House, Macclesfield. The service offers a range of low and high intensity psychological therapy interventions to people aged 16 or over experiencing mild-to-moderate common mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. Talking Therapies is embedded within a multi-agency integrated care pathway for psychological therapy.
To apply, visit the Self Help website.