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Newport Mind

Family, Wellbeing and Resilience worker

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£23,541 per year

Posted Date

Newport

Closing Date

Wales

1 November 2021

8 November 2021

We are looking for a Family, Wellbeing and Resilience worker to join our team.

Take the lead in promoting resilience approaches to improve mental well-being and resilience for children, young people and their families, supporting them to develop and acquire the skills and resources to make positive changes to achieve better outcomes in life.

We are looking for someone who can work proactively on their own initiative and in partnership to provide and deliver one to one support, family support, group work, self-management courses and awareness raising activities in a variety of settings, to individuals, groups and different audiences.

The deadline for applications is 10 am Monday 8th of November and interviews will be held on Monday 15th of November.

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