Networks and Communities

Mental health has never been higher on the national agenda. However, for many people, accessing the right support when they need it most is challenging.

That’s why we have an ambition to support 500,000 people each year, where they live, through our network of local Minds. We want to make sure that people across England & Wales get the right support at the right time, empowering leaders across all communities to ensure that their experiences influence both local health services, and national decision-making. Together we will make change a reality.

To make this happen, Mind is making its biggest investment yet in supporting local delivery. Across a range of teams in our Networks & Communities directorate, we’re advertising 25 new roles to work with local Minds and make our vision a reality.

If you want to change the way people experiencing mental health problems are supported, whatever their backgrounds, come and join us.

Application resources

To apply for any of the following posts, please fill in the forms below and email them to us at recruitment@mind.org.uk, stating the vacancy’s job title and reference number.


Mind is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

Community Services Unit

Join the Community Service Unit, and help support the design and delivery of high quality, evidence based local services for people with mental health problems.

Community Leadership and Equalities Unit

Join the Community Leadership and Equalities Unit, work with people with lived experience and community experts, and help bring people, organisations and decision-making closer together to affect change.

Networks Unit

Join the Networks Unit and support the functioning of the Mind federation, to ensure we’re an efficient and effective network reaching more people with a mental health problem than ever before. 

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