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Job Vacancy – Outreach Support Worker

Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation is a charity which provides a range of services for African and African Caribbean adults recovering from mental ill health.  We are currently looking for a Wellbeing & Recovery Worker to join our team to deliver a range of interventions including one to one outreach support. The post-holder will predominantly support Black African, Caribbean, and Black dual heritage adults experiencing or recovering from severe mental illness, their families and carers and the wider community. 

You will be required to work across projects and services and work within a culturally responsive, recovery and outcomes focused framework to support this client group to maintain their independence, support their ability to live within the community and, by providing practical and social support to assist individuals to manage their mental health issues and move on by engaging in training, employment, volunteering and other activities. 

The post holder will need to have experience or personal experience of working with this client group, knowledge of the issues that may characterise the experiences of Black African, Caribbean Black dual heritage and BME adults who are recovering from mental ill health would be helpful.

CV’s will not be accepted.

For an application pack, please download the application forms from the Supporting Information section on our career’s page.

  • We welcome a diverse range of applicants. However, as there is an under representation of male employees in this organisation, we particularly welcome these applications.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications:Friday 14th June 2024 by noon
Interviews will be held on:    TBC

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