Buckinghamshire Mind shares national Mind’s vision: “We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets both support and respect.”
We deliver high quality community-based services across the county of Buckinghamshire and we need high-calibre staff to help us reach that goal. We can offer opportunities for those people who have an understanding of mental health and want to share their enthusiasm and passion with us to help make a real difference to people’s lives.
If you are interested in joining a workplace where passion and belief in a worthy cause are celebrated and supported, please do contact us. We are always happy to hear from talented and dedicated people, just like you, to join us and help make a real difference to the lives of those affected by mental health issues.
Having excellent people skills, empathy and a genuine desire to do work that makes a real difference to people’s lives are some of the things we focus on when looking for new staff to join our team. In return, we can offer a progressive and supportive environment, opportunities for career progression and excellent benefits.
Buckinghamshire Mind is recognised as a Mindful Employer and we are also proud to be participating in the Time to Change Employer Pledge.
Buckinghamshire Mind is seeking to recruit:
Friends in Need: East Berks Team LeadEast Berkshire
Team Lead Children and Young People’s Services – Maternity coverBuckinghamshire
Wellbeing WorkerHigh Wycombe & Chalfont St Peter
Volunteer – BefrienderBuckinghamshire
Volunteer – Friends in NeedHigh Wycombe
Volunteer – Music Wellbeing – Guitar PlayerChesham
Volunteer – Older Adults ServicesChesham
Volunteer – Friends in NeedSlough
Employee benefits include – 25 days holiday + 2 wellbeing days + bank holidays per year, generous pension scheme, discounts for retail outlets and selected gyms, cycle to work scheme and an annual holiday purchase scheme.
Application: To apply for any of our vacancies, please send your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org