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Health Checks Promotion Worker

Do you have a passion to promote health?  Do you enjoy empowering communities to access health services?  Building their confidence?  This is the job for you!

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SMI Physical Health Checks Promotion Worker

28 hours per week; 6 months fixed term contract
Scale Point 29, £29,422 pa pro rata
(£1,961 actual per mth) plus 4% employer pension

We are looking to appoint a passionate individual to join our team.  You will have a proven commitment to reducing health inequalities and proactively working to reach people from all communities.  This is an exciting role collaborating with NHS and other public sector staff on the frontline to reduce the barriers faced by people with severe mental illness (SMI) in accessing physical health checks.

Mind in Harrow is an award-winning mental health charity based in NW London, just three minutes from Harrow Metropolitan line station. Our dynamic and creative team of 40 full/part-time staff and 100 volunteers are driven by a strong user empowerment ethos. We offer family-friendly working practices including home-working and flexible working days, enabling staff to have a fulfilling career alongside any caring responsibilities.

Application is by CV with supporting statement.

Please download the application pack documents below:

Covering letter

Job Description & Person Specification

Supporting Statement guidance

Equality & Diversity statement

Equalities monitoring form

Closing date for applications:  extended to Tuesday, 4th May 2021 at 9am

Interviews:
week commencing 10th May 2021

We are actively working towards equal opportunities.  We welcome applications from people from ethnic minorities and people who have used mental health services.
Registered Charity No. 1067480

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Currently, during the coronavirus outbreak, our services and activities are running remotely.  We will begin to offer face-to-face activities again when we can undertake these safely.