Becoming a Trustee
We are anticipating the retirement of one of our trustees and would like to offer this opportunity for someone with appropriate experience to become involved in the development of our service. If you have skills which you could offer and share our ethos for personal and community development, then do contact us with an initial enquiry.
Do you want to work for a small number of paid hours in a job that makes a difference? This is a self-employed post, initially offering around 3 hours per week which can be worked flexibly. (The post may grow with the organisation, providing additional hours and wider responsibilities for the right person.) You will provide administration assistance to the counselling team across a broad range of activities. This is a varied and busy role supporting the day-to-day activities of the office. You will need a good standard of English, be familiar with word processing and use of excel, have good telephone manner/ interpersonal skills and understand the principles of confidentiality. In return we offer a flexible and friendly work environment, an opportunity to develop new skills and grow as we grow. Contact the office to discuss further.
Periodically we have vacancies for clinical staff, either fully accredited, working towards accreditation, or as student placements. Although we are often working to full capacity, we welcome enquiries from people who share our ethos for personal and community development, and hold a waiting list for those who might be interested in joining us. At the present time we would be particularly interested in hearing from people with experience in couple and group work.