Working for Bromley Y

Wellbeing Practitioner – Mental Health Support Team in Getting Advice 

Section: Mental Health Support Team (MHST)
Responsible to: Team Leader (Getting Advice)
Location: Bromley
Hours of Work: 37 hrs per week
Grade: Wellbeing Practitioner
Salary: £31,000-£39,000 per annum (Pro rata)

The primary purpose of this role is to contribute to the development of early intervention and prevention service in Bromley for Children and Young People. The post represents an opportunity for a qualified practitioner, who is committed to the principles of CYP IAPT and THRIVE, to further their career.
The post holder will provide advice and support to children, young people and their families through workshops and small groups to provide them with information on how to maintain their emotional wellbeing. The work will mainly be with schools, mainly through child of concern meetings but will also extend to smaller community-based groups to ensure in reach to young people who would not normally access services.

Closing date: 12.00 noon on Friday 15 October 2021

Trainee Educational Mental Health Practitioners x 4 

Section: Getting Advice (MHSTs)
Responsible to: Team Leader (Getting Advice)
Location: Bromley
Hours of Work: 37 hrs per week
Grade: Education Wellbeing Practitioner
Salary: £22,000-£26,000 per annum

As a Trailblazer site for NHS England's Mental Health Support Teams in schools we are looking to recruit 4 Trainee Educational Mental Health Practitioners to join our well-established team. This is a full-time job (37 hours per week) combining service-based experience alongside studying for the EMHP qualification at Kings College London on a part time basis.
Due to the combined learning, development and working requirements the role would ideally suit anyone who has experience of working with children, young people and their families and studying a relevant area at a higher education level.

Closing date: 12.00 noon on Friday 15 October 2021

Trustee Positions x 3 

Bromley Y is looking for three new Trustees
with skills and experience in the following areas: 

Digital Media insight - An understanding of how social media contributes to the delivery of our charitable purpose and values. Improving our digital strategy and supporting key online campaigns to drive fundraising and reflecting the views of the community we serve.

Data Analysis - a keen eye for data and supporting our report writing and presentations.
Education - Teaching or leadership experience in Schools, Colleges or Universities including school council. Experience of working with disadvantaged or vulnerable young people or SEND of young people in the education environment.

Legal - Ensuring the charity complies with governance and the law and ensures that it is carrying out its purpose for the public benefit.

However, if your expertise does not include the above but you think you’d make a great Trustee and bring new and innovative ideas, we would welcome your application.

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