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 Coordinator

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Coordinators play an essential role connecting and engaging with people in their area. Coordinators take responsibility for the management of a small team of CAPITAL Peers, holding relationships with hospital managers in each area.

The roles promote CAPITAL across local networks, looking to develop our work, seeking new partnerships with other organisations, groups and communities.

Ability to travel is essential for this role.

Hours:

Two Part-Time Roles at 21.5 hours per week (3 days)

OR

One Full-Time Role at 37.5 hours per week (5 days)

Rate: £11.25 per hour (pay award pending)

Fixed Term Contract until March 2024

Purpose of the Role

We are looking for Coordinators to arrange community meetings and support small peer teams in the west (Bognor Regis, Chichester, Midhurst) and the north (Horsham, Crawley, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill and East Grinstead) of West Sussex.

We have either two part time roles each covering one of the areas, or one full time role covering both areas.

 

You’ll need to be someone who:

  • Has lived experience of mental health issues / receives services

  • Has experience running meetings and facilitating groups

  • Has ability to manage a small team

  • Has great engagement skills and can connect with others easily

  • Understands our values

We are also happy to consider job sharing and negotiation of weekly hours.

For the full job description and role profile, download the PDF below.

Apply by completing an application form and send it to recruitment@capitalproject.org

You must also complete and send an equal opportunities form with your completed application form.

If you would like more details about this role, please email Duncan: duncan.marshall@capitalproject.org

CAPITAL Project Trust is a Living Wage Employer

Closing date for the role is: 12 Noon on Monday 12th December 2022

Interviews provisionally from Monday 19th December 2022

CAPITAL is part of an alliance of Voluntary Community & Social Enterprise organisations delivering services and working together as Pathfinder West Sussex, with a view to making local services accessible for anyone needing mental health support.

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