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Full Time Whole School Approach Project Coordinator

1 x Project Coordinator FT 37 hours a week 

NJC – 24 £29,174 

Fixed term to 22nd August 2023  

(subject to continuation of funding) 

The role of the WSA Project Coordinator is to coordinate the delivery of Newport Mind’s WSA to Mental Health Project. This will be achieved through the management of school partnerships, providing staff supervision, and enabling and supporting the delivery of a range of mental health interventions to schools. 

The WSA Project provides person-centred mental health support services to young people (aged 10-18) and the wider stakeholders of primary, secondary and alternative education provisions across Newport. This is achieved through the delivery of focused and school-wide interventions to young people, with the possibility of further intervention delivery for staff, parents and carers, depending on the needs identified by individual schools. 

This role is part school-based and part work from home with school outreach. 

Completed applications must be returned by email to enquiries@newportmind.org 

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted 

Closing Date: 17th August 2022 @ 10am 

Interviews: 23rd/24th of August 2022 in person 

2 x Whole School Approach Project Worker - School Based (22.5/30 hours)

1 x Project Worker PT 30 hours a week 

1 x Project Worker PT 22.5 hours a week 

NJC – 15 £23, 953  

Fixed term to 22nd July 2023  

(subject to continuation of funding) 

The purpose of this post is to provide person-centred mental health support to the young people (aged 11-18) of secondary schools in Newport that have specifically commissioned a schools-based project worker from Newport Mind. This role has the following aims:  

  • To respond to the increasing mental health difficulties that young people are experiencing due of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • To improve the overall mental health and wellbeing of young people, and the wider school community 
  • To increase knowledge of mental health and wellbeing and improve mental and emotional resilience, for young people and their communities. 
  • To increase the number of young people managing their mental health without being referred to specialist higher tier services. 

This will be achieved through the school-based delivery of focused and school-wide interventions to young people, with the possibility of intervention delivery for the wider school community (including staff, parents and carers) depending on the needs identified by individual schools.  

This role is part school-based and part work from home with school outreach. 

Completed applications must be returned by email to enquiries@newportmind.org 

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted 

Closing Date: 17th August 2022 @ 10am 

Interviews: 23rd/24th August 2022 in person 

1 x Whole School Approach Project Worker - Dual Role (26 hours)

1 x Project Worker (Dual role) PT 26 hours a week 

NJC – 15 £23, 953  

Fixed term to 22nd July 2023  

(subject to continuation of funding) 

The purpose of this post is to provide person-centred mental health support to the young people (aged 10-18) of primary and secondary schools in Newport. 

This role involves a 1 day commitment to a school that has specifically commissioned a schools-based project worker from Newport Mind, and 2.5 days of delivery to the wider school communities of Newport. 

This role has the following aims:  

  • To respond to the increasing mental health difficulties that young people are experiencing due of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • To improve the overall mental health and wellbeing of young people, and the wider school community 
  • To increase knowledge of mental health and wellbeing and improve mental and emotional resilience, for young people and their communities. 
  • To increase the number of young people managing their mental health without being referred to specialist higher tier services. 

This will be achieved through the delivery of focused and school-wide interventions to young people, with the possibility of intervention delivery for the wider school community (including staff, parents and carers) depending on the needs identified by individual schools. This role is part school-based and part work from home with school outreach. 

Completed applications must be returned by email to enquiries@newportmind.org 

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted 

Closing Date: 17th August 2022 @ 10am 

Interviews: 23rd/24th August 2022 in person 

Full Time Youth Engagement Worker

1 x Project Worker FT 37 hours a week 

NJC- 15 £23953  

Fixed term to 31st March 2023  

(subject to continuation of funding) 

To work with individuals and groups of children and young people with mental health problems, to improve their mental wellbeing and to support them to take steps towards their own recovery, through the use of a variety of methods, tools and techniques, such as street-based outreach work, 1:1 work and group sessions. 

The role aims to deliver accessible youth produced mental health resources and information with the aim of changing the face of mental health support in these communities, as well as distributing self-care kits and signposting information. 

We aim to challenge mental health stigma and increase the awareness of services offered at Newport Mind on this project.  

This role is part community based (face to face) delivery and part work from home, with flexibility.  

Completed applications must be returned by email to enquiries@newportmind.org 

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted 

Closing Date: 17th August 2022 @ 10am 

Interviews: 25th August 2022 in person 

Mind Our Future Project Officer ( 1 x FT, 1 x PT) / Meddwl Ymlaen - Swyddog Prosiect Gwent (1 x LLA, 1 x RHA)

1 x FT 37 hours a week 

1 x PT 18.5 hours a week 

NJC 15 – 23 £23, 953 – £28, 226   

Fixed term to end of September 2027 

This is an exciting opportunity to work hand-in-hand with lead delivery partner ProMo Cymru, our project partners and young people over a period of 5 years, on a brand new National Lottery-funded Mind our Future Gwent project.  

We will be designing new approaches for the prevention and early intervention of mental health problems in young people living in Gwent.  

Placing young people at the centre of influencing and delivering meaningful change to child and young person-focused mental health services in Gwent, you will work in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders including young people, ProMo Cymru, Local Minds in Gwent and Gwent Youth Services throughout the lifetime of the project. 

This role is part community based (face to face) delivery and part work from home, with flexibility. 

Completed applications must be returned by email to enquiries@newportmind.org 

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted 

Closing Date: 17th August 2022 @ 10am 

Interviews: 26th August 2022 in person 

Cymraeg

1 x Llawn Amser 37 awr yr wythnos 

1 x Rhan Amser 18.5 awr yr wythnos 

NJC 15 – 23 £23, 953 – £28, 226 

Penodiad Tymor Penodol tan mis Medi 2027 (yn amodol ar gyllid parhad) 

Mae hwn yn gyfle cyffrous i weithio law yn llaw gyda’r partner cyflawni arweiniol ProMo Cymru, ein partneriaid prosiect a phobl ifanc dros gyfnod o 5 mlynedd, ar brosiect newydd sbon Meddwl Ymlaen Gwent a ariennir gan y Loteri Genedlaethol. 

Byddwn yn cynllunio dulliau newydd o atal ac ymyrryd yn gynnar â phroblemau iechyd meddwl ymhlith pobl ifanc sy’n byw yng Ngwent. 

Gan roi pobl ifanc yng nghalon y gwaith o ddylanwadu a chyflawni newid ystyrlon i wasanaethau iechyd meddwl sy’n canolbwyntio ar blant a phobl ifanc yng Ngwent, byddwch yn gweithio mewn partneriaeth ag ystod eang o randdeiliaid gan gynnwys pobl ifanc, ProMo Cymru, Mind’s lleol yng Ngwent a Gwasanaethau Ieuenctid Gwent drwy gydol oes y prosiect. 

Danfonnwch cais wedi’i gwblhau trwy ebostio  enquiries@newportmind.org 

Ni fydd CV’s yn cael ei derbyn 

Dyddiad Cau: 17.08.2022 @10am 

Cyfweliadau: 26.08.2022 mewn bersonol

Housing and Tenancy Support Worker European Economic Area (EEA) Migrants

1 x Housing and Tenancy Support Worker European Economic Area (EEA) Migrants

Full Time – 37 hours per week

NJC Pt. 8 – 14 £20,852 – £23,484

Contract until 31st of March 2023.

The post will involve supporting people from the EEA migrant community with housing and tenancy issues. This will include supporting with benefits, housing, employment, form filling, referring to and liaising with other agencies. As the work is recorded on a database, some I.T skills are essential.

Ability to speak an additional language used by EEA migrants is desirable for the post. A car driver with access to a car is essential. A current DBS is needed for the post.

Completed applications must be returned by email to enquiries@newportmind.org

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted 

Closing Date: 5th of September 2022 @ 10am 

Interviews: TBC