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Peer Support Coordinator

22.5h
£22,000 Pro Rata
Closing date: 14th June 2021
Interview date: 17th June 2021
(If you cannot make this date and are interested in applying please contact us)

As peer support coordinator you would be working as part of the wider Pathway to recovery team to provide support to people leaving Foss Park Hospital. You will be responsible for coordinating the peer support element of the Pathway to Recovery through supporting a team of freelance peer supporters

We are seeking an experienced project coordinator with a good understanding of mental illness and the needs of people leaving hospital settings.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone who enjoys supporting people in a person led way, and is part of an exciting new way of working in York.

We anticipate that, through our new blended model of delivery, this role will have a level of flexibility both in working hours, and location, with the option to work from home, in York Mind office and a possibility of some work in Foss Park Hospital.

There will be scheduled zoom time to meet us and ask any questions about the organisation or the services on Tuesday 8th  June 11am. If you would like to join this meeting, please email vicky.blakey-archer@yorkmind.org.uk for access to the zoom link.

 

If you would like an informal discussion about this post, please contact Vicky Blakey-Archer, Deputy CEO on vicky.blakey-archer@yorkmind.org.uk   Your completed application form should be returned to: vacancies@yorkmind.org.uk

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