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If you require any documents in an alternative format, you can contact us:  theteam@42ndstreet.org.uk. ​Please note, we do not accept CVs.

Open call for applications

Equality, diversity and inclusion are at the heart of everything we do at 42nd Street and it is essential that our workforce represents the populations of young people we support. With this in mind, we particularly welcome applications from people who identify as being from communities of need, identity and with lived experience.

42nd Street currently has a number of roles available across therapeutic support, service management and in our operations team. 


Mental Health Practitioner (Integrated Community Response) – A number of posts are available

  • NJC Pts. 18 – 28 (£24,982- £32,234) p.a. (pro rata)
  • Full Time (37.5 hrs)
  • Fixed term ending 30th September 2022, with the possibility of extension (working in Salford and Manchester); 30th September 2022 (young people with experience of violence and trauma/criminal justice system); 6 months with possibility of extension up to one year(30th September 2022) (Maternity Cover).* All posts are subject to funding. 
  • 27 days annual leave per annum (pro rata)
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Our headquarters are based in central Manchester but you will work in community-based localities across Greater Manchester.

*Please identify on your application form which of the above roles you wish to apply for*

Closing date: Open call for applications – applications will be assessed on a rolling basis.

If you would like an informal chat about the role, please contact Karina.Nyananyo@42ndstreet.org.uk We are holding two open sessions for you to ask any questions about the role and how to write a good application. These are optional. These will be held over MS Teams on 2nd & 7th Sept: 6pm – 7pm. Please email the key contact to book your place.

Download:

Mental Health Practitioner (Integrated Community Response) - Job Description / Person Specification


Mental Health Practitioner (Psycho-Social Support and Counselling & Therapy) – A number of posts are available

  • NJC Pts. 18 – 28 (£24,982- £32,234) p.a. (pro rata)
  • Various full and part-time hours available
  • Fixed term ending 31st July 2022, subject to funding with the possibility of extension
  • 27 days annual leave per annum (pro rata)
  • Contributory pension scheme
  • Our headquarters are in central Manchester but you will need to be happy to travel to deliver support in community based locations, schools and colleges across Greater Manchester. The role may involve both face to face and online therapeutic support. This will be dependent on the access needs of young people and the needs of the service.

We particularly welcome applications from those with experience of:

  • Working with young people with SEN.
  • Offering therapeutic support using online platform/text-based services.

Closing date: Open call for applications – applications will be assessed on a rolling basis.

If you would like an informal chat about the role, please contact Karina.Nyananyo@42ndstreet.org.uk We are holding two open sessions for you to ask any questions about the role and how to write a good application. These are optional. These will be held over MS Teams on 2nd & 7th Sept: 6pm – 7pm. Please email the key contact to book your place.

Download:

Mental Health Practitioner (Counselling & Therapy) - Job Description / Person Specification

Mental Health Practitioner (Psycho-social Support) - Job Description / Person Specification


Support Group Worker - Female

  • NJC PTs. 12 – 17 (£22,183- £24,491) p.a. (pro rata)
  • 8 hours per week
  • Fixed term, contract end date: March 2022
  • 27 days annual leave (pro rata)
  • Contributory pension scheme available
  • Our headquarters are based in central Manchester but you will work in locations within Salford, with an office base in Manchester
  • Closing date: 10am, Monday 27th September
  • Interview date: 4th October

If you would like an Informal chat about the role, please contact Cassie Horwich – Cassie.Horwich@42ndstreet.org.uk

Please note that due to the remit of the project, it is a Genuine Occupational Requirement (GOR) that the post holder identifies as being a member of the Jewish community.

Download: 

Support Group Worker - Female - Job Description

Support Group Worker - Female - Person Spec


All posts

We cannot accept any applications submitted after the closing date and time.

Unfortunately, interviews dates cannot be changed. Please ensure you are available if shortlisted. All interviews will be held via video-conference.

We reserve the right to close the application process at any stage should we receive a high volume of applications. You are advised to submit your application as soon as possible. Applications that do not meet the person spec points will not be shortlisted.

There is potential for contracts to be extended beyond fixed term, subject to funding / service needs. 


How To Apply

Please return the application form and Equality & Diversity form. Please download and read our policy and guidance documents.


Our Employee Benefits Package

  • 42nd Street is a Living Wage Foundation employer
  • 27 days’ annual leave and all bank holiday per year (pro rata), rising to 30 days’ annual leave after 5 years’ service
  • Pensions Scheme - 3% employer contributions
  • Bike To Work scheme
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Annual personal training budget
  • Internal training calendar with modules identified by staff
  • Opportunities to access ‘train the trainer’ training to develop your skills to become a 42nd Street training facilitator
  • 3 team wellbeing afternoons per year to use as you wish
  • Leadership Development Framework – 42nd Street is committed to growing talent from within

Find out more about us and each of our services on our YouTube channel here and hear from our CEO Simone below.

42nd Street is a Living Wage Employer
42nd Street is an equal opportunities employer
 
 
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