Vacancy re-advertisement: programme manager and project officer

Posted by See Me, 29 April 2022

*Due to recent IT disruption we were unable to receive applications for these roles. If you previously applied, we would love to hear from you. Please resubmit your application*

In March we advertised for two exciting roles with See Me – a programme manager and project officer to join our Communities and Priority Groups team.

Due to the IT disruption we were unable to receive applications. If you previously applied or would like to apply now, we would love to hear from you. Please send us your application. 

See below for more details of each position. We look forward to hearing from you.


About the roles

Post:                Programme manager (Communities and Priority Groups)

Hours:             Full-time

Salary:             £37,174 - £44,001

Contract:         Permanent

You will provide effective leadership and management for the Communities and Priority Groups team and programme of work. Through applying creative and inclusive approaches, you will champion a movement for change by mobilising people, communities and groups to act to reduce mental health stigma and discrimination.  Through skilled facilitation and partnership working you will guide and support the team, volunteers, policy leads and partners to take forward evidence based approaches addressing the stigma experienced by diverse and seldom heard communities.  

Read more about the role.


Post:                Project officer (Communities and Priority Groups)

Hours:             Full-time

Salary:            £27,027 - £31,653

Contract:         Permanent

As project officer you will be responsible for influencing and facilitating change to support and grow the social movement to end mental health stigma and discrimination. This will involve creating partnerships, involving people with lived experience of mental health problems and coordinating a range of different projects and activities.

The role involves working with a range of organisations and partners who support change and improvement for priority populations, equality groups and people experiencing multiple stigma.  Empowering people and communities to take action is a central aspect of the role.

Read more about the role.


How to apply

You’ll find full details of how to apply for each role on the job adverts, linked above.

Applications must be submitted electronically by Friday 13 May at 12:00, with interviews scheduled for the week beginning 23 May. For support with completing your form, please refer to the SAMH application guidance notes.

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