Careers with CPSL Mind

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Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire Mind is a dynamic organisation with strong guiding values and a determination to make a difference. We also provide a friendly, welcoming work environment.

Our staff team comprises a diverse group of talented individuals, all of whom are committed to providing empowering, inclusive, recovery-orientated services of the highest possible standard. We recognise that continuous professional development is central to this.

We are also a MINDFUL EMPLOYER and place great importance on the health and wellbeing of our staff members.

Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire Mind is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.


Current Vacancies

Changing Lives Wellbeing Practitioner (Part of the County Wide Improving Access to Psychological Services Project)

Closing Date: 23:59 on 11th March 2018
Interviews: 19th March 2018

Location: Based at Cambridge & St. Neots, covering Huntingdon, Ramsey, St. Ives and St. Neots and surrounding villages
Hours: Flexible hours – 5 to 30 hours per week, worked between 9.00am-5.00pm Mon-Fri
Contract: 1 year fixed term contract, with possibility of extension
Salary: NJC salary scale point 18 – 21:     £18,070.00 to £20,138.00 per annum

Main Objective: To enable people who have mild to moderate mental health needs to develop their mental and physical wellbeing in primary care settings and in the community using a range of therapeutic and social interventions, including brief interventions based on a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approach.

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Wellbeing Service Project Worker

Closing Date: 23:59 on 4th March 2018
Informal visit for shortlisted candidates: 9th March 2018
Interviews: 13th March 2018

Location: Based in Peterborough, with travel across Cambridgeshire
Hours: Full time – 900am – 500pm, initially 6 months fixed term contract
Salary: NJC scale £18,070 to £20,138 (Point 18-21)

Main Objective: To enable people who have moderate to severe mental health needs to develop their mental and physical wellbeing, independence and quality of life through access to the range of recovery based therapeutic and social interventions provided by the Wellbeing Service, CPSL Mind.

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