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Piece by Piece Family Support Worker

Piece by Piece Family Support Worker

37 hours per week

NJC point 15- 22 (£25,878- £29,439)

Maternity cover, Fixed term until 31st December 2023

Do you enjoy working with young people and their families, and want to work on a community-based project?

Are you looking to join the team at a trusted local charity?

Newport Mind is partnering with partnering with Maindee Youth Project (Community House) and Literature Wales to deliver this Comic Relief funded project, helping to support young people with mental health problems and their families through restorative and resilience-based approaches.

We’re looking for dedicated and hardworking individuals to deliver this new project. You’ll help to design, implement and evaluate the project from start to finish.

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

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted

Closing Date: 10am Monday 12th December

Interviews: TBC

Wellbeing Adviser Service Coordinator

Wellbeing Adviser Service Coordinator

37 hours per week

NJC point 21 (£28,900)

Fixed Term to 29/02/2024, dependant on continuation of funding

We are excited to provide a brand-new Wellbeing Adviser Pilot Service at Newport Mind, funded by National Mind, Children in Need and Deloitte. Three Local Minds (one in Wales and two in England) have been selected to provide this new service, launching in January 2023.

This Service will support Wellbeing Advisers to work in one-to-one partnerships with individual young people (aged 11-24) who are struggling to get support for their mental health.

The Wellbeing Advisers will work in equal partnership with young people, helping them to understand and navigate relevant local provision (both mental health and relevant non-mental health provision), and to make choices about the support that is right for them, whether this is provided by their local Mind or other local community organisations.

The intended outcomes of the service are to:

· Increase young people’s confidence and ability to manage their mental health

· Improve young people’s mental health outcomes

· Increase and strengthen young people’s support networks

· Empower young people to influence and lead mental health support for their peers.

We are looking for a person with a passion and experience of working with young people to support mental health and wellbeing, along with skills for project coordination and supporting staff.

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

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted

Closing Date: 10am Monday 12th December

Interviews: Week Commencing 19th December

Wellbeing Adviser

2 x Wellbeing Adviser

37 hours per week

NJC point 12 (£24,496)

Fixed Term to 31/01/2024, dependant on continuation of funding

We are excited to provide a brand-new Wellbeing Adviser Pilot Service at Newport Mind, funded by National Mind, Children in Need and Deloitte. Three Local Minds (one in Wales and two in England) have been selected to provide this new service, launching in January 2023.

This Service will support Wellbeing Advisers to work in one-to-one partnerships with individual young people (aged 11-24) who are struggling to get support for their mental health.

The Wellbeing Advisers will work in equal partnership with young people, helping them to understand and navigate relevant local provision (both mental health and relevant non-mental health provision), and to make choices about the support that is right for them, whether this is provided by their local Mind or other local community organisations.

The intended outcomes of the service are to:

· Increase young people’s confidence and ability to manage their mental health

· Improve young people’s mental health outcomes

· Increase and strengthen young people’s support networks

· Empower young people to influence and lead mental health support for their peers.

We are looking for a person with experience of working with young people to support mental health and wellbeing, ideally with a knowledge of support services in Newport.

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

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted

Closing Date: 10am Monday 12th December

Interviews: Week Commencing 19th December

ESBA Project Volunteer

This role will involve designing and delivering peer-support groups for parents and caregivers of a child who experiences emotionally based school avoidance in Newport.

For more information click here!