Job Vacancy

2 x Counsellors

 

£23,544 – £25,727 pro rata

15 hours per week

To support the mental health needs within our community, the LIFT Project is an innovative new partnership between GL11 community Hub and local GP surgeries. It provides tailored support within communities for non-medical patient needs including anxiety and depression, loneliness, complex life issues and, life events. Patients can then start an ongoing journey to develop community support and social networks to build future resilience.

We are seeking 2 qualified counsellors to carry out initial assessments and general counselling of clients following GP referral, and providing a positive, accessible and welcoming environment for everyone. Our contract has been renewed, so these posts are now until March 2023.

Send CV and covering letter expressing your interest to Beth Pullin, LIFT Project Manager, email bethpullin@gl11.org.uk

Deadline for applications:  24th January 2022

 

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Most of us will have experienced loss in some form during the Coronavirus pandemic. This could be a job, education or health, a sense of losing control of your life or a situation. It could be missing those precious moments with family, friends and loved ones or knowing someone who has died. It has been a test of our endurance and resilience.

 

GL11 Community Hub have worked in partnership with local schools to capture the pandemic experiences of our local children through drawing. We believe it vital to acknowledge both the grief they have experienced, the strength they revealed and the hopes they have for the future.

Alongside the drawings, we have created wings from reclaimed materials. These ‘Wings of Hope’ signify the strength of our community and the resilience of our young people.

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