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Mental Health Peer Support Worker

Hours: 35 Hours per week permanent post / Job Share

Salary: £19,583 per annum

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 10th Nov 2021 at midnight.

Shortlisting: Thursday 11th Nov 2021.

Interviews to be held: Monday 15th Nov 2021.

The Mental Health Peer Support Worker will use lived experience and knowledge, acquired through their own experiences of mental health issues and care services, to give people facing similar challenges in the Rochdale Borough the right level of support and respect.

The role requires someone who will draw directly on their own lived experiences of mental health issues (or caring for someone else who is experiencing such issues) to give a unique form of support and encouragement to those experiencing mental health issues.

This is a full-time position however we will also consider job share.

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Sessional Wellbeing Workers

Salary: £22,175 – £23,660 per annum

Closing date for applications: ongoing

Rochdale & District Mind are looking for experienced candidates to join our team. You will work in a sessional capacity to cover peaks in referrals and staff leave. Hours will vary depending on demand for the service. 

You will need to be experienced in mental health work and ideally one or more of the following:

  • Asylum seekers & refugees
  • Criminal justice system
  • Homelessness
  • Drugs/alcohol
  • BAME – including language skills
  • Dementia and or carers of those with Dementia.

Hours are between 9am and 10pm weekdays and weekends.  You are welcome to apply for just days/evenings/weekdays/weekends.  For more information contact Alice Astley on 07766 140 904


Become a Trustee 

Here at Rochdale and District Mind, we are seeking to recruit new members to our Board of Trustees with skills which will complement those of existing trustees and who are committed to the aims and objectives of our organisation.

The role of a board member is to set the policy framework and organisational structure which will enable Rochdale and District Mind to deliver high-quality, innovative and user-friendly services for people with mental health issues.

We welcome people for election from all the diverse communities in the area that have an interest in mental health, including those with lived experience of mental health issues. We are particularly interested in recruiting individuals with knowledge and experience in the following areas:

  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Strategic
  • Planning
  • Campaigning
  • Quality Assurance
  • Change Management
  • Business Management
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Third Sector
  • ICT
  • Systems Management
  • Law and
  • Fundraising

The Board is made up of elected members, including people who use mental health services, voted in at the Annual General Meeting by people who use the services provided by the organisation.

The Board meets bi-monthly and more frequently if necessary to provide an accountability framework for the often complex and demanding work undertaken by this organisation.  Attendance is usually in person at our premises in Rochdale however we can accommodate attendance via Zoom for those who would find it difficult to attend in person. This can be discussed more fully upon application.

Download our Board of Trustees Application pack below:




To find out more about the role, please contact our Office Manager on 01706 752333, or e-mail [email protected] 


Please see the vacancies available with our partner Mind services.




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