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North Kent Mind is a growing mental health charity with over 50 years’ experience of providing mental health services to local people. We are now recruiting for the following:


Wellbeing Services Manager

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Full-time, permanent, £28,610 to £30,330 per annum

We are seeking dynamic manager with excellent leadership and interpersonal skills to support our Wellbeing Services across North Kent for people experiencing or at risk of developing mental health issues . 

Closing date for applications: Friday, 30th April


Mind Bank Support Worker (School’s Support Services)

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£ 9.44 per hour

North Kent Mind is a mental health charity with over 50 years’ experience of providing mental health services to local people.

We are looking to recruit Bank Workers to join our Schools Support Services .

If you have experience of working with people with mental health problems, we would like to hear from you. The work is varied for the right candidates, and can involve working with individuals, via a variety of channels including in-person (predominantly), telephone and online conferencing.

The successful candidates will need to display an empathic attitude towards people with mental health problems.  You will also need to be able to engage with vulnerable children and young people with a wide range of mental health issues and understand the importance of confidentiality and information governance. 

You should also have the ability to work as part of a team or on your own initiative.

For further information please contact 01322 291380 or download a Bank Worker application pack.  CV’s alone will not be accepted, but they can be attached to the application. Interviews will be held following application.


Aspirations Coach

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£21,478.00 per annum, full-time , fixed term . 

North Kent Mind deliver the ‘Aspirations’ project for Porchlight; to assist people across Kent with common mental health problems, who wish to engage with the employment market. The project will support people via the programme with the aim of getting some back into work and education or training. 

We are looking for a person with a working knowledge of employment support programmes, common mental health problems, to support the successful delivery of the programme.  

Based in Chatham, however, some travel throughout North Kent will be required. 

Closing date for applications: Friday, 30th April


Schools Services Volunteer

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Exciting opportunities for volunteers to gain experience supporting our Children and Young Person’s Schools Mental Health Services in Medway.

Please forward enquires and applications to rebeccasmith@northkentmind.co.uk


Recovery and Community Inclusion Services Volunteer

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Exciting opportunities for volunteers to gain experience supporting our Recovery and Inclusion Mental Health Services in Medway.

Please forward enquires and applications to richardgiles@northkentmind.co.uk


Wellbeing Services Volunteer

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Exciting opportunities for volunteers to gain experience supporting our Wellbeing Services in Dartford, Gravesend and Swanley.

Please forward enquires and applications to richardgiles@northkentmind.co.uk


Employment Support Worker

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30 Hours per week £20,250 pro rota

An opportunity has arisen within North Kent Mind’s Supported Recovery and Inclusion Service for a Employment Support Worker.

If you have an understanding of the issues affecting people with mental health problems, are able to facilitate activites to enable service users to become job ready, understand the IPS model,  and have an empowering and positive attitude, please apply.

You would need the ability to work with potiential employers and have a pro-active and flexible approach to problem solving.

Closing date for applications: Friday, 9th April 2021 at 5pm. 

CV’s alone will not be accepted, but they can be attached to the application.


Recovery and Inclusion Services Support Worker

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25 Hours per week £20,250 pro rota

An opportunity has arisen within North Kent Mind’s Supported Recovery and Inclusion Service for a Support Worker.

If you have an understanding of the issues affecting people with mental health problems, are able to facilitate innovative wellbeing activites and have an empowering and positive attitude, please apply.

You would need the ability to work with service users on a diverse range of subjects, and have good listening skills.  Strong professional boundaries and a pro-active and flexible approach to problem solving are also needed.

Closing date for applications: Friday, 9th April 2021 at 5pm. 

CV’s alone will not be accepted, but they can be attached to the application.


Senior Recovery and Inclusion Services Support Worker

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26 Hours per week £23,579 pro rota

An opportunity has arisen within North Kent Mind’s Supported Recovery and Inclusion Service for a Senior Support Worker.

If you have an understanding of the issues affecting people with mental health problems, wish to develop your leadershp skills, are a good coordinator, and have an empowering and positive attitude, please apply.

You would need the ability to work with service users on a diverse range of subjects, be able to lead and have good listening skills.  Strong professional boundaries and a pro-active and flexible approach to problem solving are also needed.

Closing date for applications: Friday, 9th April 2021 at 5pm. 

CV’s alone will not be accepted, but they can be attached to the application.


Support Services – Bank Worker

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£ 9.44 per hour

North Kent Mind is a mental health charity with over 50 years’ experience of providing mental health services to local people.

We are looking to recruit Bank Workers to join our Support Services teams which comprise Wellbeing, Employment and Housing.

If you have experience of working with people with mental health problems, we would like to hear from you. The work is varied for the right candidates, and can normally involve running Activity sessions, facilitating Courses, or supporting ad hoc projects working with individuals, via a variety of channels including telephone and online conferencing.

The successful candidates will need to display an empathic attitude towards people with mental health problems.  You will also need to be able to engage with vulnerable people with a wide range of mental health issues, and understand the importance of confidentiality and information governance. 

Depending on your experience, you will be responsible for supporting and encouraging service users to take part in activities, delivering various psycho-educational courses, working with individuals regarding their particular issues and maintaining accurate data and paperwork.

For the right candidates there will also be opportunities to get involved in occasional special projects as they arise.

You should also have the ability to work as part of a team or on your own initiative.

For further information please contact 01322 291380 or download a Bank Worker application pack.  CV’s alone will not be accepted, but they can be attached to the application. Interviews will be held following application.


Qualified High Intensity Therapists

Up to £33,226, Full Time

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We are looking to recruit a number of qualified High Intensity Therapists to work in our IAPT service.

If you have at least 1 years’ experience of working within an IAPT service or have just qualified, please contact us.

Please complete the application form and send to admin@northkentmind.co.uk 


Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner

37 hours per week – £24,214 rising after 2 years to £25,641

Part time posts also available

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We are looking to recruit Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners to work in our IAPT service. The PWPs will be supervised by, and report to the Psychological Therapies Manager. They will be part of an IAPT team which will include: qualified and trainee PWPs, qualified and trainee High Intensity CBT therapists, sessional therapists as well as IAPT administrative staff.

PWP’s must be flexible to deliver services in a number of venues in the Dartford Gravesham and Medway Clinical Commissioning Group Areas. The location of the office base for these posts will be notified on appointment.

It is also a condition of employment that the postholder is prepared, whenever applicable, to travel to and work at any of our office or therapy premises within reasonable travelling distance on a temporary or permanent basis. There is also a requirement to work and evenings or weekends each week to fulfil our commitment to clients who are only available to receive services at these times.

If you are a qualified PWP and would like to work for our mental health charity and be based in either Dartford, Gravesend or Medway please contact us.