Banbury, UK. £9.74 per hour
This role would suit someone already working in a mental health setting or it could be a development opportunity for candidates wishing to start work in the field of mental health rehabilitation who have transferable skills. We are looking for a person with a positive attitude and willingness to learn and develop existing and new skills. The post provides training, supervision and support to develop and take on greater responsibility and career development. The project has an established and vibrant woodwork shop and we are looking for someone who has knowledge, or the ability and willingness to learn, in this area.
Under the supervision of the Recovery Coordinator, the post holder will support the planning, training and supervision of recovery activities. As a team member they will be expected to undertake all aspects of the work of the project as decided by the group including on site and on line sales to the public of goods produced by the group and participation in running open days and other events. The post holder will be provided with a tailor-made training programme covering all aspects of basic recovery work.
If any of these apply to you, then we would like to hear from you!
At this stage of application, we require only a CV (curriculum vitae) and a covering letter. The covering letter should address how you meet the criteria outlined in the person specification. Please see the ‘essentials’ and ‘desirable’ criteria under the shortlisting criteria. We suggest you address each point individually clearly stating how you meet the criteria. It is a good idea to use separate headings for each point
Please note that we are unable to shortlist any applications that do not demonstrate how they meet the criteria outlined in the person specification responsibilities.
Please remove your name, date of birth and any contact information from your CV and supply this on a separate piece of paper.