Vacancies

Let’s Connect Team - helping individuals in distress and experiencing personal difficulty to find a range of ways to challenge and improve their situation and general wellbeing living in the Hartlepool area, funded through Big Lottery, to provide appropriate support and direction during the COVID-19 crisis. The project includes a number of elements: talking support, peer support, extended digital support and services, working with partner organisations and promoting community development through the growth of mutual aid groups.


Application closing date next 5 days. The turnaround will be swift as this is a Covid-19 response project


Hartlepool and East Durham Mind is an Equal Opportunities Employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.


All applications to be returned to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or marked for the attention of Mark Setchell, Hartlepool and East Durham Mind, Units IA and 1B

Crown Buildings, Tees Street, Hartlepool, TS24 8HB.

Sorry, we have no current vacancies, but do come back regularly to see when new opportunities arise. 

You can also contact us if you are interested in volunteering - a great way to build skills and add experience to you CV!

PEER VOLUNTEER TRAINER

HOURS 5-7 hrs per week

SALARY £26,000 pro rata

CONTRACT: Fixed Term until 29th December 2020

Co-designing and co-delivering an inclusive digital recruitment, training and induction process to integrate and grow the peer volunteer base and build local capacity. This person will also provide appropriate follow up support and offer assistance to other team members and peer/volunteers over the term of the project and will work with other partners and community groups to build awareness and referral pathways.

MUTUAL AIDS GROUPS GUIDE

HOURS 10 per week

SALARY £26,000 pro rata

CONTRACT: Fixed Term until 29th December 2020

Helping to grow both awareness and engagement in mutual aid groups. Actively promoting their possibilities, demonstrating their effectiveness across a range of different areas and issues and encouraging individuals and existing alliances to consider them as a way forward.

Reviewing the current awareness and understanding around Mutual Aid before bringing together, developing and sharing relevant resources. Actively engaging people and organisations around the topic and, through a co-designed and co-produced plan, facilitate shared discussions across a range of real world & digital platforms. This person will also support the creation of a digital training module around Mutual Aid and offer direct support to those interested in establishing new geography, interest or topic based groups. This person will also provide appropriate follow up support and offer assistance to other team members and peer/volunteers over the term of the project and will work with other partners and community groups to build awareness and referral pathways.