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Ref: 19/49 Head of Employment and Social Inclusion

Based in: North West Salary: £35,000 Job Reference: 19/49 Hours: 37.5 hrs per week Post: Permanent Closing date: Monday 30th September, 12pm Application Form Job Description Ex Offenders Statement Recruitment Procedure Equality Statement Due to successful expansion of IPS Employment

Ref:19/50 Female Mental Health Recovery Practitioners

Job Reference 19/50 3 permanent posts available We have 2 full time – 37.5 hours per week positions available:- Salary £16,781.74 p.a. – Full time. Shifts are worked in blocks of 4 on a rota. This equates to 37.5 hours per week. We have 1 part time – 30 hours per week position available. Working

Ref: 19/46 Redbridge Recovery Workers

Based in London Borough of Redbridge. Fixed term 3 month post with possible extension October 2019 to end December 2019. Salary – includes London weighting:- £22,877.80 p.a. – full time 37.5 hours per week £10,066.02 p.a. – part time 16.5 hours per week Application Form Job Description Ex

Ref: 19/54 Mental Health Outreach Support Worker

Based in: Sefton Salary: £16,050.55 per annum Job Reference: 19/54 Hours: 37.5 hours per week, Mon-Fri Application Form Job Description Recruitment Procedure Equality Statement We are looking for a professional, dedicated and experienced Support Worker who can offer commitment to delivering

Ref: 19/55 Service Manager

Based in: East Lancashire Salary: £28,000 (plus on call requirement £30 per day on a rota (to be discussed at interview) Job Reference: 19/55 Hours: 37.5 hours per week Application Form Job Description Recruitment Procedure Equality Statement A Service Manager is required to lead teams of


Staff Training and Development

Imagine is committed to providing all its members of staff with a range of training opportunities to enhance their professional development. All staff undertake a comprehensive Induction programme covering our legislative requirements, aims, values, policies and procedures. Support workers

Lived Experience and Staff Welfare

We actively recruit to our workforce people who have “lived experience” of mental health issues and we provide workplace support including welfare supervision sessions. ‘Reasonable adjustments’ are made to working terms and conditions in accordance with the Equalities Act 2010 and in line with our

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