Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Awareness I.T. Project Worker - Erewash Voluntary Action
To work on a new project to raise mental health awareness with a range of sports organisations and workplaces across Derby and Derbyshire.
- £13,000 (Actual) one year contract
- Part Time
- Placed On
- Tue 14th July, 2020
- 4:00pm - Mon 3rd August, 2020
- Interview Date
- Tue 11th August, 2020
About Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Awareness I.T. Project Worker - Erewash Voluntary Action
20 hours per week over five days, may include some weekend and evening work
Are you enthusiastic about empowering people to promote good mental health and suicide prevention awareness within sports settings and workplaces?
We need a new I.T. Project Worker who will engage with a range of identified organisations and enable their workers and volunteers to:
- Develop publicity materials to promote the project
- Establish I.T. support systems
- Support the project team by providing a database of available support
A commitment to the promotion of good mental health and an interest in local sport and community activity is essential. Our target groups will be local football clubs, gyms and boxing clubs and identified workplaces.
You will need excellent communication skills, and an aptitude for learning. You must be self motivated and able to work independently within an agreed framework. You will be self-supporting so must be fully computer literate. You will need to be able to work flexible hours and to travel across Derby and Derbyshire. Posts will be based at our office in Long Eaton with the possibility of hot-desking with a partner organisation in the north of the county.
The post is initially for a one-year contract.
For an application pack email: email@example.com
or send an A4 SAE (Large letter stamp) to
Stella Scott, Erewash Voluntary Action, Granville Avenue, Long Eaton, NG10 4HD
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: MONDAY 3rd August 2020 4PM.
INTERVIEW DATE: TUESDAY 11th August 2020.
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