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Interview Date
29 June 2021

Application Deadline Date
9.00am on Monday 21st June 2021

Contract type
Fixed Term
until the end of December 2022

Hours
25 hours per week

Salary
£16.25 per hour

Where
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West Sussex Mind, Self Harm Learning Networks Project Manager

About the role

We now have an opportunity to join the Training team to support, in collaboration with YMCA Downslink Group, the delivery of a range of virtual events for people working in educational settings and parents, families and carers in Sussex so that they may improve their skills, knowledge and understanding around self-harm in school age children and young people across East and West Sussex and Brighton and Hove.

You will be skilled in leading/managing multi-agency projects within the health and social care sector (or similar) and have experience with staging virtual events and conferences. The project manager will help to minimise cost and implementation risks, and provide the required liaison with key stakeholders and sub-contractors, documentation and everyday management of the project ensuring the project products and services are risk managed, budgeted effectively and delivered in a timely manner. You will also work closely with the evaluation partner for the project. You will have excellent interpersonal and IT skills.

A friendly and supportive environment will offer you lots of benefits, a competitive salary and flexible working arrangements and opportunities for training and development.

Details about the role

How to apply

For more information on the role and an application form please visit our website: https://www.westsussexmind.org/jobs/self-harm-learning-networks-project-manager

and then email completed applications to: [email protected]

Please note we are unable to provide sponsorship for this post, you must therefore be able to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK. 

For further information please call Charlotte Dawber 07810 825 469 (Monday – Wednesday) or Kate Scales: 07931 264 250 (Thursday - Friday)

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