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Systems Change Project Worker

NJC 15-16 £23, 541 - £24, 012

15 - 22.5 Hours per week (0.4 - 0.6 FTE) to be discussed at interview.

Fixed Term: 1/08/2021 - 31/10/2022

Systems Change is a Co-op and Mind Funded initiative to work with young people and stakeholders to pilot approaches to address the lack of diversity in the service users and volunteer cohort of the Children and Young People's services at Newport Mind. It will also pilot approaches to tackle mental health stigma among all young people. This project is ideal for creative, adventurous workers who like working with young people as equal and trusted partners.

The deadline for applications is the 2nd of August and interviews will be held on the 11th of August.

Job Description         Job Application


Kickstart Trainee Vacancies

We have a number of exciting opportunities to join Newport Mind under the Kickstart Scheme for young people aged 16 - 24 who are claiming Universal Credit in the following roles:


Community Fundraising Trainee

Community Wellbeing Trainee

Children & Young Persons Wellbeing Trainee

Housing and Tenancy Trainee

Social Media & Digital Communications Trainee


All roles are 25 hours a week at National Minimum Wage. 

Please contact your DWP work coach to find out more and be referred to this role.


Application Form


Newport Mind is becoming a proudly anti-racist organisation.

We welcome applications that reflect the diversity of Newport and Communities we serve.

Volunteer with Newport Mind

We are always looking for keen volunteers to support our services, whether through administration, fundraising, peer support or befriending.

We also have a volunteering scheme for young people aged 14 to 25, where you can help support other young people and help to build your skills for your CV at the same time. 

Volunteering Opportunity for 1-1 Support

Volunteer Opportunity for Activity Groups

Volunteer Application Form

Please e-mail your Volunteer Application Forms and any questions to 

Become a Director/Trustee

If you have experience in Fundraising, Finance, Business Planning and Development, Social Enterprise development, HR, Law or Employment Law, you may be able to bring valuable knowledge and expertise into Newport Mind. Our trustees are unpaid Directors who meet regularly to oversee the work of the organisation.

Please contact us if you are interested in supporting us as a trustee/director. 

Director's Application Form           

Treasurer Role Description      Directors Code Of Conduct                 

Directors Induction Pack          Director Role Expectations

Charity Commission Guidance The Essential Trustee         

Charity Commission Guidance The Essential Trustee Welsh

Completed applications must be returned by email to

Applications by CV will not be accepted