Support Time & Recovery Worker

2 full-time posts working with people who have long term mental health problems and complex issues.

Manchester Mind and Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust work in partnership to provide an assertive outreach pathway within Community Mental Health Teams in the city. We work with people who have long term mental health problems and complex issues including homelessness, substance use and offending.

Manchester Mind wishes to appoint to the following 2 posts:

Position: 2 x Support Time and Recovery Worker

Location: 1 post at North Manchester Community Mental Health Team, Harpurhey. 1 post at Central West Community Mental health team, Hulme.

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £21,530 p.a. + 5% pension contribution

Holiday: 28 days per year + bank holidays

Supporting people in their journey to recovery is an integral part of this job. To ensure that this happens we are looking for a creative, innovative person with excellent engagement skills and a positive and collaborative approach to working with people with complex needs.

You will need to be a team player but also not afraid to take the lead when needed and we are looking for you to have experience working with people with mental health needs. Experience of using mental health services will be an advantage. Successful applicants will be able to show that they can maintain a positive approach to providing recovery-focused support to service users, and have the ability to inspire hope in service users at all times.

All application documents can be downloaded here:

Job Description & Person Specification

Application Form

Guidance Notes

The deadline for submission of applications is 12noon, Monday 29 August 2022. (Extended from original deadline of 22 August.)

Manchester Mind is striving to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Manchester Mind sees it as a positive advantage if you have experience of mental health issues and/or have used mental health services.


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