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.
- eTherapy Coordinators, Liverpool: 24/08/2018 August 15, 2018
Location: based at CVS Building, Liverpool
Hours: full time (37.5) or part time (18.75)
Salary: £20,962 per annum
Length of contract: Fixed term until 31 March 2019
About the role
We are looking for a number of motivated eTherapy Coordinators to join our Liverpool team until the end of March 2019. The successful candidates will work from home, mostly, travelling, on occasion, to the Liverpool base. These temporary posts are an ideal development opportunity for those wishing to further their knowledge, skills, and experience with inter-agency working before applying for a more permanent eTherapy role.
The successful candidate should have some knowledge and/or experience of working within mental health services. A passion for improving the lives of those people who are affected by common mental health is essential.
We can provide excellent opportunities for ongoing personal and professional development through regular supervision and training opportunities.
We welcome applications from people with personal experience of mental health problems.
To apply please visit the Self help website.
- Assessment Coordinator, Talking Therapies Eastern Cheshire: 30/08/2018 August 15, 2018
Location: Oakfield House, Macclesfield
Hours: hours and length of contract negotiable but no less than 22.5 hours per week
Salary: £25,037 per annum
Length of contract: Temporary contract to cover maternity leave
About the role
You will have the opportunity to work as part of the Talking Therapies team within Eastern Cheshire. The successful candidate will carry out telephone assessments of new referrals to determine suitability for psychological therapy and to collaboratively agree most appropriate treatment pathway. You will demonstrate sound clinical judgement and will have working knowledge of NICE guidelines for common mental health disorders.
This role would suit a PWP but applications are invited from other suitably qualified mental health professionals who have experience of working within psychological therapy services. We also welcome applications from candidates with personal experience of mental health problems.
To apply, visit the Self Help website.