Vacancies

We currently have four vacancies in our Havant Office

Family Support Worker – £23,500, permanent, full time

This is a rewarding and challenging role for an experienced Caseworker looking for a new challenge and provide a real contribution in the support of children and young people in the Havant Borough Area.

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Intensive Family Support Practitioner – £9000, 20 hour week, 9 month fixed term contract

We are looking for an enthusiastic, dynamic and adaptable individual who is passionate about providing excellent family support services. It is crucial that the individual understands the impact of poor mental health and wellbeing on the whole family unit and is able to work alongside families to empower them and promote their wellbeing.

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Wellbeing Manager- £25,000, permanent, full time

Havant and East Hants Mind are looking for a motivated, hardworking and passionate person to head up the Adult Wellbeing Service. The service offers a wrap around wellbeing service (including assessment, reviews, 1:1s, courses, workshops, carers support and peer support) to anyone in Havant & East Hants who requires support around their mental health and wellbeing.

This role entails, staff management and development, leading on training, developing and imbedding new services (such as carers support, peer support and workplace wellbeing), developing good partnerships with other local agencies and capturing and presenting data.

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Wellbeing Practitioner- £16,275, permanent, full time

HEH Mind runs a range of Recovery Services for adults with mental health needs in Havant and East Hampshire. Within this, we offer a variety of interventions and services that support people to improve their wellbeing. This ranges from assessments, reviews, one-to-one support and group work, to outreach into the community and community engagement to provide a range of groups and activities to support people to manage their own mental health needs.

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