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STRONG YOUNG MINDS

We are seeking applications from suitably qualified people with a passion to help improve children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing, to join our highly successful and innovative programme.

 

SUPPORT WORKER/PERSONAL ADVISER– Mental Health and Wellbeing

Working directly with a caseload of young people providing interventions, support and advocacy to help improve mental health and wellbeing.

Flexible posts between 15 and 30 hours per week

Based in Hereford with work across the county.

Salary £21,450 pro rata

Closing date Monday 3rd December at 9:00am

Interviews Monday 10th December.

Job description   Person specification

 

ADMINISTRATOR 

4 hours per week – £17,550   pro rata

Assisting programme coordinator.  The role will involve the management and input of data on to the client records system.

Closing date Monday 3rd December at 9:00 am.  Interviews tbc

Job description   Person Specification

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Further information available  from Sally Tarbox, Programme Coordinator or Kaye Berry, Chief Executive.01432 269245

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New Volunteering Opportunities with The CLD Trust

Fundraising Volunteer

Are you over 18?

Are you looking to get more involved with your local community?

Do you have an eye for detail?

Do you enjoy planning events?

Are you passionate about the well-being of young people in and around Herefordshire?

If this sounds like you, The CLD Trust needs you!

The CLD Trust is a Herefordshire based registered charity which has been offering a range of therapies to young people and adults since it was established in 1994.  We receive approximately 1200 referrals each year.  To ensure we can offer a service to every child and young person needing it, it is vital that we raise the necessary funding and to this end we are seeking to enlist fundraising volunteers from all over the County.

Perhaps you would like to contribute just a few hours a month to hold coffee mornings in your community, or maybe you’d like to organise a larger ticketed event.  Perhaps you fancy organising a bungee-jump or a fun run for pantomime horses.   We can help you to come up with the ideas if you can provide the time to make them a reality.

We know your time is precious and so we will work with you to make sure you get the most from your experience with us.  From working directly with communities and other fundraising volunteers to gaining events planning and management skills, there are many aspects of fundraising you can choose to get involved with.

If you are a good communicator who cares about the mental health and well-being of young people in Herefordshire we invite you to complete an application form which can be downloaded by clicking here