28 February 2022
14 March 2022
Grade E (£38,890 - £44,457) plus location weighting
As the Mental Health at Work Product Manager, you'll lead the development and maintenance of content across Mental Health at Work products. These will include the Mental Health at Work website and Blue Light Together website. You'll support organisations and employees to improve working policies, practices and culture.
You'll be working from home at first. When guidance changes, you'll have to be in the office at least 2 days a week, depending on your team's needs. The role will be flexible, though.
We developed and launched the Mental Health at Work programme in 2017. It includes 3 things.
We put together the Mental Health at Work website to make workplace mental health easier to understand. The website contains tips, ideas and examples on mental health at work. We talk about how different issues, people and places of work affect mental health. There are over 450 resources from lots of people and organisations. We've collected the resources to help people take action on mental health.
We noticed that SMEs (small and medium businesses) were finding it hard to find tools for learning about mental health. That's why we launched 'Mental Health for Small Workplaces' e-learning in 2019. We designed the e-learning to help employees in SMEs understand and support mental wellbeing at work. And take action to look after and improve their own wellbeing.
We built the Mental Health at Work Commitment on Thriving at Work standards. It's a simple way for organisations to improve and support the mental health of their people. Since we launched it in 2019, over 1250 organisations have joined.
Phase 2 of the Mental Health at Work programme is funded by members of the Leadership Council. It starts in Spring 2022. We want it to make mental health at work easier to understand by helping employers to:
We value the power of diversity. We welcome the different views each of us brings. And we're creating an inclusive workplace.
We appreciate everyone for being exactly who they are. Regardless of race, gender, age, religion, identity and experience.
We're committed to being anti-racist. We want to make sure we treat our employees treated fairly and equally at work. And promote equity in physical and mental health for all of them.
Becoming an anti-racist organisation is really important to us. For more information please visit our strategy pages.
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Supporting people likely to develop mental health problems, to stay well
Empowering people who experience a mental health problem to make informed choices about how they live and recover
Ensuring people get the right services and support at the right time to help their recovery and enable them to live with their mental health problem
Opening the doors to people with experience of mental health problems participating fully in society
Gaining equality of treatment for people who experience both mental health and other forms of discrimination
Our values underpin everything we do. They are:
Open: We reach out to anyone who needs us.
Together: We're stronger in partnership.
Responsive: We listen, we act.
Independent: We speak out fearlessly.
Unstoppable: We never give up.
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