02 January 2024
16.5–37 hours per week
£25,000–£26,906 per year
Oxfordshire Mind – wellbeing worker: community outreach
In this role you'll build positive professional relationships and earn trust with communities, community representatives and expert organisations, sharing the learning from this and using it to develop and improve services. You'll make a positive difference in people’s lives by empowering them to learn tools and strategies to improve their wellbeing.
What you'll do
In this role you'll:
- Proactively engage with people from racialised communities including those with lived experience of racism and mental health problems, grassroots organisations, key community members and others
- Develop a wide knowledge of the local communities we seek to serve, paying particular attention to groups who are currently underrepresented in our service user population
- Develop, maintain and facilitate a broad range of appropriate and responsive wellbeing interventions – driven by the aspirations of communities but likely to include peer support groups and short courses/workshops
- Deliver an appropriate assessment of wellbeing need through an initial options session
- Support service users to improve or maintain their mental health and wellbeing
We're looking for someone who shares our values:
- Open – Are you open to help people realise their potential?
- Together – Are you a team player?
- Responsive – Are you a good listener?
- Independent – Do you have the confidence to speak out fearlessly?
- Unstoppable – Do you have a positive, never give up attitude?
How to apply
For more information about the role, and the benefits of working for us, click apply now at the top of this page. This will take you through to the Oxfordshire Mind website.