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Stafford and District

Statutory Advocate (IMCA)

Closing date: 26 January 2021


Hours per week: 22.5  |  Salary: £20,253.00 pa pro-rata

Type of contract: Permanent

Location: City & home based with travel throughout Derby City

Reports To: One advocacy, Service Manager

Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA)

Closing Date: Rolling Recruitment


Salary: £20, 253

Hours of Work: 37.5 hours per week

Location: Derby and surrounding areas

Interview Date: tbc

Start Date: ASAP

 

Positive employment

A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to you being able to take up the job.

We welcome applications from people with disabilities.

 

Our CORE Values

One Advocacy Service Manager

Closing Date: Rolling Recruitment

Salary: £26, 275

Hours of Work: 37.5

Location: Derby City and across Derbyshire

Status: Permanent

 

Interview Date: tba

Start Date: ASAP

 

Positive Employment

A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to you being able to take up the job.

We welcome applications from people with disabilities.

 

Our E-Bulletin is Changing in 2021

Our monthly newsletter contains a range of information from news and jobs to funding and training and often very lengthy, so as of January we will be splitting the bulletin.

On 5th of the month you will receive an INFORMATION bulletin featuring: 

  • The Chief's Blog,
  • Countywide and Local news
  • Events and Forums
  • Jobs

On the 25th of the month you will receive a SERVICES bulletin featuring:

There are 72 Places of Welcome registered in Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent

After what has been a long and hard 2020 for us all, but especially for those whom we all support in our local communities, I would like to close the year by celebrating the resilience and ingenuity that has been shown by our Places of Welcome in Stoke on Trent and Staffordshire, and look forward to reaching out into our neighbourhoods again, come the New Year. 

Innovative online workshop supporting people with mental health difficulties in Staffordshire to cope with winter

An innovative online workshop is offering support to people in Staffordshire to manage mental health difficulties over the winter period.

The Coping with Winter course focuses on supporting with anxiety, depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and coping with Christmas, as well as January blues.

The workshop has been developed by the Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Wellbeing Service (IAPT), which has brought together existing improving access to psychological therapies teams into one, fully integrated service with a single point of contact.