Location: EACH’s Brent Centre, Design works&Satellites that are Ward based.
Salary: £23,977 per annum (including Outer London Weighting) for FTE, £14,386.20 pa.
Contract: Fixed Term until 30th April 2022
Hours: 22.5 per week
Are you passionate about making a difference to someone’s life?
EACH is a small-medium sized charity with a large impact where it matters - on local people’s lives.
Our success is through our team of 50+ staff and volunteers, who are passionate and committed to empowering and enabling people to have better health and life choices.
The successful post holder will hold a mixed caseload and deliver personalised 1-2-1 and group based ETE coaching and support as part of our newly funded service, Project Strive.
Project Strive is a specialised Education, Training and Employment (ETE) and related mental health and Wellbeing counselling service designed to address inequalities that Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) residents aged 18 + living in LB Brent experience.
As our ETE Coach you will be responsible for:
- Providing ward-based outreach, ETE coaching, and support to BAME residents aged 18+.
- Contributing to and providing needs-based, high-quality interventions to vulnerable residents.
- Delivering a schedule of one to one, group work support and related activities that are needs led, goal-orientated ETE support.
- Maintaining referral pathways and partnerships with key stakeholders and professionals.
In order to be successful for this role you should:
- Be Experienced of supporting BAME communities to recover from mental health issues.
- Have Experience in working in services that enable, manage and or maintain recovery from mental health, substance misuse or domestic violence.
- Understand the emotional needs/mental health issues experienced by Black Asian Minority Ethnic residents aged 18 + including newly arrived groups.
- Have the ability to support peers to develop project activities and undertake outreach.
- Be able to collaborate on casework with counsellors and colleagues across organisation as needed.
- Communicate effectively and professionally with community partners and wider agencies.
It would be great if you have:
- The Ability to speak a relevant community language (e.g., Pashto, Farsi, Gujarati, Arabic, Tamil).
Deadline: Tuesday 4th January 2022
Interviews: Monday 10th January/ Tuesday 11th January 2022
EACH is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
If you feel you have the necessary skills and experience to be successful in this role, click on "APPLY" today, forwarding an up-to-date copy of your CV for consideration in the first instance.
Your CV will then be reviewed, and an application form will be sent to you. This must be completed; we do not accept CVs for interview.
No agencies please.
All Applicants must complete the application form, to be submitted by email. CVs will NOT be accepted.
Please note: The listing will be closed as soon as sufficient applicants have been received, therefore applicants are advised to submit their applications on time.