Working for us

Community Living Well brings together a range of clinical and wellbeing services to provide coordinated access to mental, physical care and social wellbeing support. These services are provided by a partnership between NHS and Voluntary Sector organisations.

Here, you can find job opportunities with our partner organisations.*

Job opportunities

Trustee (voluntary role)

Kensington & Chelsea Mind

Volunteers are the backbone of the charity sector and our Board of Trustees are no exception. Responsible for steering the strategic direction of the charity and ensuring that it fulfils its responsibilities for the governance and finance of the charity, our voluntary Board of Trustees are looking to expand and diversify its membership, so that it is reflective of the diverse local community we serve.

If you care about mental health and have time and skills to offer, we would like to hear from you. We welcome people of all ages (over 18,) backgrounds, sexuality, class, culture, ethnicity, disability, gender, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, marriage and civil partnerships; and particularly welcome people with lived experience of mental health problems and from communities underserved by mental health services.

We are working to build mentally healthy and inclusive communities now and for the future and we need local people to join us in the fight for mental health for all.

If you are interested in applying, please email [email protected] with your CV and a cover letter explaining your interest by Monday June 21st, 2021. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Voluntary Sector Support Officer (Health & Wellbeing)

Kensington & Chelsea Social Council

This role at Kensington and Chelsea Social Council (KCSC) will provide specialist advice and support to voluntary and community organisations (mainly charities and social enterprises) which deliver health and wellbeing services within Kensington and Chelsea, and North Westminster.

For more information please view the job description and personal specification.

To be considered for this role please complete the application form and the diversity form, and email to Dhani, [email protected].

The deadline for application is Sunday 27 June, midnight.

 

CBT High Intensity Trainees

CNWL NHS

Applications open from 09:00 Friday 4 June – 23:59 Thursday 17 June 2021

London wide Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Programme (IAPT) for CBT High Intensity Therapists

Psychological therapy services across London are recruiting CBT High Intensity Trainees as part of the IAPT programme. These services deliver evidence based psychological therapies for people with anxiety and depression.

Are you an experienced mental health professional or social care worker with a recognised professional qualification working in a mental health setting?  Have you considered training in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and getting paid to do it?

Applications are invited from qualified Clinical or Counselling Psychological Therapists, Mental Health Nurses, Psychotherapists, Counsellors, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers and Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners to apply for the one-year full-time IAPT post graduate diploma courses based at King’s College London and Royal Holloway.

Applicants without a recognised and accredited core mental health professional training (such as Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners* or Psychotherapists and Counsellors without UKCP or BACP accreditation) can apply but must be able to meet the required KSA process.

*Please note that PWP’s need to have a minimum of 3 years full-time experience, two of which are as a qualified practitioner.

Those without a valid permit to work in the UK are not eligible to apply for this position.

The training programme consists of three days working within an IAPT service and two days at university taught by experts in the field. Each training place involves being employed by a service for the length of the training contract. Contracts of employment will be at a Band 6 or equivalent and fixed-term for one year whilst training. The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience/KCL and Royal Holloway/CNWL will provide the training. These higher education institutions (HEIs) have been selected based on their ability to demonstrate the capacity, knowledge and expertise to deliver the curriculum that has been developed for each training course.

Information on the application process, including how to apply can be found on the KCL PG Dip website

For further information on the courses, please visit the website for King’s College London and for Royal Holloway.

For more information about IAPT see NHS England Mental Health web pages.

 

*These job opportunities are advertised by Community Living Well on behalf of our partner organisations. Please see the relevant website links and job descriptions for more information about each organisation and role.