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Vacancies

Job Vacancies

Do you have experience of leading projects and helping young people and their families through community-based interventions?

Newport Mind is partnering with Maindee Youth Project (Community House) and Literature Wales to deliver a brand-new 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 a team of dedicated and hardworking individuals to coordinate and deliver this new project. You’ll help to design, implement and evaluate the project from start to finish.

Please click on the job title's to access the job description and person specification for each role and similarly for the application form.

 

Project Manager

0.6 FTE (22.5 hours per week)

NJC point 23-27 (£26,999 - £30,507  p.a pro rata)

Responsible To: Newport Mind

Interviews: May 26th 2020

 

Family Support Worker x 2

37 hours per week

NJC point 15- 22 (£22,991 - £26,317)

Responsible To: Newport Mind

Interviews: May 27th 2020

 

Youth Wellbeing Worker

0.6 FTE (22.5 hours per week)

NJC point 15- 22 (£22,991 - £26,317 p.a pro rata)

Responsible To: Maindee Youth Project, Community House

Interviews: May 28th 2020

 

Application Form

 

 All posts fixed term until 31st December 2023

(Continuation of post after December 2023 subject to securing further funding)

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

Applications by CV will NOT be accepted

Closing Date: 10am Monday 11th of May 2020 

 

 

Chair of Directors

Newport Mind is at an exciting and challenging point in its development having recently purchased its premises with ambitious redevelopment plans including a social enterprise cafe, updated offices, meeting rooms, and supported accommodation.

Newport Mind's Board of Directors are looking for a new Chair to provide leadership and direction to the Board of Directors and enable the Board to fulfill their responsibilities for the overall governance and strategic direction of the organisation.

 

Treasurer

The current financial situation is challenging for all charities and Newport Mind's Board of Directors has identified the need to have specialist expertise at Board level to provide strategic financial guidance to support the organisation to develop, grow and to be able to implement its plans.

Director's Application Form      Chair of Directors Role Description     

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 admin@newportmind.org

Applications by CV will not be accepted

 

Volunteering Opportunities

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. 

Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering for Newport Mind. 

Become a 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.