Young People’s Peer Support Development Worker 13 views

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We have been supporting better mental health for everyone for 30 years. We have adjusted our services to ensure we can continue to support the people of Manchester during this difficult time.



Job Summary:

Manchester Mind Children and Young People’s Service is looking to recruit a Young People’s Peer Support Development Worker. The role will involve working with young people with lived experience of mental health problems to promote and oversee the set-up and running of peer support groups.


Manchester Mind would like to work with someone who is experienced, dynamic and passionate about being able to develop and deliver accessible mental health support services.
  • Ability to work in an open way that builds kind relationships and is receptive to and appreciative of the skills and talents of everyone
  • Knowledge or experience of the issues that young people with lived experience of poor mental health face and the impact this has on their lives
  • Experience of delivering a project for young people alongside volunteers aged 15-25 years




£25,295 per annum


Part Time


***All applications should be made through the external partner website link below***


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