Stamp It Out have been working in partnership to help bring a change in attitudes to reduce stigma and discrimination towards people of all ages who experience mental health issues by raising awareness amongst
the general public, within the workplace and other settings within the community.
Charity status was attained in December 2018 and in 2019 we became a partner of the Durham Time to Change Hub after a partnership application was successfully made to become a funded hub.
They are now looking for someone to help them move forward in managing and developing sustainable options so that they can continue raising awareness of mental health stigma and discrimination across County Durham.
Job Title: SIO/Durham TTC Hub Manager
Ref Number: 01SIO Manager
Job Type: Part-time/Temporary 7 hours per week (total of 30 hours each month) up to end of June 2021 with the possibility of being extended subject to further funding being attained
Pay Rate: £15 per hour
You will need to travel to the charity’s base in Durham and across County Durham, where required. This job will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Baring Check (DBS)
Qualifications and Experience:
- Relevant qualifications/training in management, health, and social care
- At least 2 years knowledge and experience of working with people experiencing mental health issues
- At least 2 years knowledge and experience of working within a voluntary or not for profit organisation
- To provide management support to SIO and the Durham TTC Hub on a flexible basis each month.
- To develop opportunities and support champions (those who have lived experience of mental health issues
and are signed up to Time to Change), campaigners and volunteers to achieve robust sustainability.
- To support trustees with the charity’s policies and procedures to meet with the Charity Commission’s
- To work in partnership with our delivery partners, steering group partners and develop wider membership
Please note for your application to be considered you need to send your CV along with a Cover Letter providing detailed information on why you feel you are a suitable candidate for the job. If you do not send a
cover letter, your application will not be considered. You will be notified if you have been shortlisted for interview which will take place Tuesday 6th October you will be contacted with interview arrangements.
If you have any queries about the job you can contact David Shipman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing 12.00 noon 25th September 2020