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Lead Counsellor / Therapist (Self-harm)

  • Salary: £32,029 – £33,799 per annum (pro rata), depending on experience 
  • Location: Hybrid working from home and across Cambridgeshire 
  • Hours: 7.5 hours (1 day) per week to be worked flexibly. You may have to work early mornings, evenings and weekends to accommodate the family’s needs and commitments, such as work and school hours. 
  • Contract: 2-year fixed term in the first instance (due to funding)

This is a 2 year project in partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council Public Health to support families of children and young people who self-harm. This job has arisen due to increasing concern about children and young people’s (CYP) mental health across Cambridgeshire as a result of the pandemic. The role will draw on your clinical knowledge to support a specialist Family Support Worker (self-harm) with the safe delivery of a strategy of practical help, emotional and mental health support and training workshops for families of children and young people who self- harm in the region.

For a full Job description please click here and for a full person specification please click here.

To apply please fill out our application form and return this with a cover email to info@nessieined.com. If you would like to have an informal discussion about the role please email our CEO at rlambie@nessieined.com.

  • Application closing date: Friday 30 September
  • Invitation for interview: You will hear if you have been shortlisted for interview by Monday 3 October 
  • Interviews for successful applicants will be held on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 October
  • Start Date: W/c Monday 17 October (start date is negotiable with the successful candidate)

    Specialist Family Support Worker (Self-harm)

    • Salary: £18,000 – £24,000 per annum (pro rata) dependent on experience 
    • Location: Hybrid working from home and across Cambridgeshire 
    • Hours: 20 hours per week (job share options available). You may have to work early mornings, evenings and weekends to accommodate the family’s needs and commitments, such as work and school hours. 
    • Contract: 2-year fixed term in the first instance (due to funding)

    This is a 2 year project in partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council Public Health to support families of children and young people who self-harm. As a specialist family support worker, you will offer practical help, emotional and mental health support and hold workshops for families of children and young people who self-harm. Based from home and across Cambridgeshire where there has been increasing concern about children and young people’s (CYP) mental health as a result of the pandemic. This role is ideal for anyone hoping to make a positive impact on the lives of children, young people and their families.

    For a full Job description please click here and for a full person specification please click here.

    To apply please fill out our application form and return this with a cover email to info@nessieined.com. If you would like to have an informal discussion about the role please email our CEO at rlambie@nessieined.com.

    • Application closing date: Friday 30 September
    • Invitation for interview: You will hear if you have been shortlisted for interview by Monday 3 October 
    • Interviews for successful applicants will be held on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 October
    • Start Date: W/c Monday 17 October (start date is negotiable with the successful candidate)

    Executive Assistant to the CEO

    • Salary: £27,116 (pro rata) 
    • Location: Hybrid working between home and head office in Royston 
    • Hours: 20 hours per week  
    • Contract: Permanent

    NESSie has grown by 210% over the last two years and service demand is increasing. This exciting role at a time of growth offers an exceptional opportunity to make a big difference to the smooth-running and strategic development of this impact driven organisation, and for the right person will lead to further career development in a senior leadership role.

    For a full Job description please click here and for a full person specification please click here.

    To apply please fill out our application form and return this with a cover email to info@nessieined.com. If you would like to have an informal discussion about the role please email our CEO at rlambie@nessieined.com.

    • Application closing date: Friday 30 September
    • Invitation for interview: You will hear if you have been shortlisted for interview by Friday 7 October 
    • Interviews for successful applicants will be held on Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 October

    CAMHS Practitioner CYP-IAPT Trainee (Autism Spectrum Conditions and Learning Disabilities)

    • Salary: £31,371 – £33,799 
    • Location: Hybrid working between home and across Hertfordshire 
    • Hours: 37 hours per week (plus private study) 
    • Contract: 1 year fixed term (due to funding)

    Our service has an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Recruit to Train Trainee, part of the Health Education England (HEE) funded Recruit to Train Programme in partnership with the Anna Freud Centre, University College London, and Kings College London. The post-holder will be training on the Children & Young People Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP IAPT) Therapy Course and carrying out clinical work in our service to complement their studies and use their newly developed skills. We are seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic mental health practitioners to work and train within our service. The training post will equip the post-holder to provide interventions for children, young people or families using evidence-based intervention consistent with the course they are attending. The post holder will work with people with different cultural backgrounds and ages, using interpreters when necessary and should be committed to equity, diversity and inclusion.

    Please click for a Job Description  and for full Person Specifications.

    Information about how to Apply
    This is a training position and so all candidates will need to apply for both the trainee role with our organisation and the UCL Post Graduate Diploma in Child and Young Person IAPT Therapy in order to be shortlisted (for more information about the course and minimum entry criteria, please see the course page and brochures: https://www.annafreud.org/ucl-postgraduate-study/ucl-postgraduate-programmes/child-and-young-person-iapt-therapy-pg-dip/). Please complete your university application using the UCL University Application Guidance supplied.

    Please complete your NESSie application using our application form and return this with a cover email to info@nessieined.comIf you would like to have an informal discussion about the role please email our Operations Manager at sblackford@nessieined.com

    • Application closing date: Wednesday 19 October
    • Invitation for interview: You will hear if you have been shortlisted for interview by Friday 21 October 
    • Interviews for successful applicants will be held on Thursday 27 and Friday 28 October

    Arts Therapists and Counsellors 

    NESSie is looking to expand our team of registered arts therapists and counsellor on both a contracted (PAYE) and freelance basis. All modalities are welcome.

    Applicants must have experience with delivering 1-2-1 and group therapy as well as experience working with families and schools. Experience delivering therapy both in person and online is desirable. Additional training and induction will provided appropriate to the role.

    To apply and find out more, please complete the registration form and e-mail both the registration and your CV to sblackford@nessieined.com

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