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Three in four children with a diagnosable mental health condition do not get the support they need. Let’s change this.

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  • Mindsum is a social enterprise, with a mission to understand, support and treat mental health conditions of children and young people. We offer mental health assessment and therapies by connecting our users to mental healthcare experts signed up on our platform.

    We are a bunch of developers, scientists and psychologists. With our tech background, we are developing a platform to provide mental healthcare service free of cost, at scale and across the globe.

    We are a small team and we work closely. Working with us you will have exposure to new technologies and innovations, and above all, you will be making a real difference in people’s lives.

  • You will be working in our ‘Research & Content’ department. You will:
    • Review and write reports and articles on mental health conditions
    • Regular blog writing
    • Look out for new research and collect/ build a library of useful content (articles, reports, videos, images, etc.)
    • Promote content on social media

  • • Bachelor’s degree
    • Minimum 1-year experience in content writing
    • Must be thorough, organised, driven and with keen attention to detail
    • Confidence in their own ability to project manage and see tasks through
    • Able to craft high quality engaging blogs and articles
    • Excellent command of written and spoken English

  • Salary:
    £18,000 – 22,000 p.a.

    Location:
    The job will ultimately be office based in Manchester although of course at present, will be working from home.

    Hours:
    Flexible

    Job Type:
    Part-time progressing to Full time. Contract.

    How to apply:
    Please click ‘Apply now’ button below or send your CV and Cover Letter to info@mindsum.org.

    If you don’t hear from us within 2 weeks of submitting your CV, please assume that you have not been shortlisted for the interview. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we will not be able to give any feedback.

    Thank you for applying to Mindsum. You’re awesome.

    Relationship Manager

    • Mindsum is a social enterprise, with a mission to understand, support and treat mental health conditions of children and young people. We offer mental health assessment and therapies by connecting our users to mental healthcare experts signed up on our platform.

      We are a bunch of developers, scientists and psychologists. With our tech background, we are developing a platform to provide mental healthcare service free of cost, at scale and across the globe.

      We are a small team and we work closely. Working with us you will have exposure to new technologies and innovations, and above all, you will be making a real difference in people’s lives.

    • You will be working in our ‘Operations & Support’ department. You will:
      • Pitch mental healthcare professionals (psychiatrists, therapists, psychiatrists, etc.) to join Mindsum
      • Create marketing material aimed at attracting mental healthcare providers to Mindsum
      • Onboard mental healthcare professionals, explaining how Mindsum works
      • Provide ongoing support to the psychiatrists, therapists, partners
      • Provide support to children, young people and their parents
      • Manage CRM and follow up with all mental healthcare providers and user (children, young people and their parents)

    • • Bachelor’s degree
      • Minimum 2-year experience in relationship management
      • Must be thorough, organised, driven and with keen attention to detail
      • Confidence in their own ability to project manage and see tasks through
      • Able to craft high-quality engaging pitches and marketing material
      • Strong customer values, excellent communication skills (includes listening and understanding!) and drive to be the best at delivering results

    • Salary:
      £22,000 – 28,000 p.a.

      Location:
      The job will ultimately be office based in Manchester although of course at present, will be working from home.

      Hours:
      Flexible

      Job Type:
      Part-time progressing to Full time. Contract.

      How to apply:
      Please click ‘Apply now’ button below or send your CV and Cover Letter to info@mindsum.org.

      If you don’t hear from us within 2 weeks of submitting your CV, please assume that you have not been shortlisted for the interview. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we will not be able to give any feedback.

      Thank you for applying to Mindsum. You’re awesome.

      Occupational Therapist

      • Mindsum is a social enterprise, with a mission to understand, support and treat mental health conditions of children and young people. We offer mental health assessment and therapies by connecting our users to mental healthcare experts signed up on our platform.

        We are a bunch of developers, scientists and psychologists. With our tech background, we are developing a platform to provide mental healthcare service free of cost, at scale and across the globe.

        We are a small team and we work closely. Working with us you will have exposure to new technologies and innovations, and above all, you will be making a real difference in people’s lives.

      • As an occupational therapist, you’ll empower people to carry out everyday tasks or occupations with more confidence and independence in order to improve their health, quality of life and wellbeing. Tasks often relate to self-care, work or leisure.

        You’ll work with:

        • children and young people with mental health issues
        • children and young people with learning disabilities

        You’ll create individual treatment programmes and suggest changes to the person’s environment, whether that be at home, school or work, and may introduce the use of equipment which will help with some activities. You’ll review the treatments periodically, evaluate progress and make changes as needed.

      • As you’ll be working with a range of people who will all have different requirements, you’ll need to understand each client’s lifestyle so that you can create the best treatment plan for them.

        As an occupational therapist, you’ll need to:

        • take a ‘whole person’ approach to each patient’s physical and mental wellbeing by considering all their needs – physical, social, psychological and environmental
        • assess, plan, implement and evaluate treatment plans in home and community settings
        • establish realistic goals with the patient with meaningful outcomes
        • liaise with other professionals, such as doctors, physiotherapists, social workers, equipment suppliers and architects, as well as patients’ families, teachers, carers and employers
        • keep up-to-date written and electronic records
        • write reports and care plans to review ongoing treatment
        • refer patients to other specialists when needed
        • You can work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, community facilities, schools, businesses, prisons and clients’ own homes.

        Your client case load – whether you’re working with children or young people with mental ill-health – will dictate your specific activities. You may need to:

        • develop a rehabilitation programme to help rebuild lost skills and restore confidence
        • advise on home and workplace environmental alterations
        • teach anxiety management techniques
        • advise on specialist equipment to help with daily activities
        • coach people with learning difficulties or poor social skills
        • mentor people on how to control their own behaviour.
        • Experience working as an experienced Band 5 or Band 6 in an NHS setting
        • HCPC registered
        • Enhanced DBS/CRB
        • Eligibility to work in the UK
        • Occupational Therapist Qualification
        • Previous experience in mental health disorders would be preferred
        • A newly qualified individual with previous work experience may also fulfil the criteria
        • Good communication skills and a flexible approach are essential
      • Salary:
        Negotiable depending on experience and qualifications.

        Location:
        Northwest, ideally Manchester. Due to the current situation of Covid-19, you will be working from home and offering online therapies using a video channel, like Zoom.

        Hours:
        Flexible (work from home may be considered)

        Job Type:
        Part-time. Contract

        How to apply:
        Please click ‘Apply now’ button below or send your CV and Cover Letter to info@mindsum.org.

        If you don’t hear from us within 2 weeks of submitting your CV, please assume that you have not been shortlisted for the interview. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we will not be able to give any feedback.

        Thank you for applying to Mindsum. You’re awesome.

        Speech and language therapist

        • Mindsum is a social enterprise, with a mission to understand, support and treat mental health conditions of children and young people. We offer mental health assessment and therapies by connecting our users to mental healthcare experts signed up on our platform.

          We are a bunch of developers, scientists and psychologists. With our tech background, we are developing a platform to provide mental healthcare service free of cost, at scale and across the globe.

          We are a small team and we work closely. Working with us you will have exposure to new technologies and innovations, and above all, you will be making a real difference in people’s lives.

        • As a speech and language therapist (SLT), you’ll treat children and young people with varying levels of speech, language and communication problems, or difficulties in swallowing, drinking or eating.

        • Your tasks will vary depending on your client and the nature of the problem. However, you’ll typically need to:

          • identify the speech and communication difficulty or disorder
          • assess the cause and nature of the problem, for example, mental disorders or acquired disorders after a stroke or injury
          • devise and deliver a suitable treatment programme, working on a one-to-one basis or in groups, to enable each of your clients to improve as much as possible
          • review and revise the programme as appropriate
          • advise carers on implementing a treatment programme
          • monitor and evaluate your clients’ progress
          • write confidential client case notes and reports, as well as information for clients, carers and other professionals
          • Recognised Speech and Language Therapy degree
          • HCPC registered
          • Enhanced DBS/CRB
          • Eligibility to work in the UK
          • Experience in the field of Learning Disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorders and Mental Health Conditions
          • A newly qualified individual with previous work experience may also fulfil the criteria
          • Good communication skills and a flexible approach are essential
        • Salary:
          Negotiable depending on experience and qualifications.

          Location:
          Northwest, ideally Manchester. Due to the current situation of Covid-19, you will be working from home and offering online therapies using a video channel, like Zoom.

          Hours:
          Flexible (work from home may be considered)

          Job Type:
          Part-time. Contract

          How to apply:
          Please click ‘Apply now’ button below or send your CV and Cover Letter to info@mindsum.org.

          If you don’t hear from us within 2 weeks of submitting your CV, please assume that you have not been shortlisted for the interview. Due to the volume of applications we receive, we will not be able to give any feedback.

          Thank you for applying to Mindsum. You’re awesome.

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