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Posted by See Me, 22 December 2022

Are you passionate about ending mental health stigma, discrimination and inequality? If so there are two great opportunities to join the team at See Me.

See Me is the national programme to end mental health stigma and discrimination. We are funded by the Scottish Government and managed by SAMH and The Mental Health Foundation. Influencing change is what the programme is all about. 

With funding confirmed until 2026 to help us deliver our strategy, With Fairness in Mind, this is a really exciting time to join the programme and help make the difference which thousands of Scots need.

We are recruiting for two new project officers – one to join our communities and priority groups team, the other with our settings team. Read more about each role below.

Project officer (communities and priority groups)

Ref:  REC1104    

Location:  Glasgow            

Hours:  37.5 per week  

Salary: £28,527.00 - £33,236.00 (Point 28 to 33)                              

Contract:  Permanent

Our communities and priority groups team work across a range of projects engaging different communities and groups who are more likely to face mental health stigma, including LGBTQ+ people, armed forces veterans, men and Polish people.

As project officer, you will influence and facilitate 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.

Read more about the role, including the full job description, on the SAMH recruitment site.

Project officer (settings)

Ref:  REC1107     

Location:  Glasgow            

Hours:  37.5 per week  

Salary: £28,527.00 - £33,236.00 (Point 28 to 33)                              

Contract:  Permanent

Our settings team work to combat stigma in the places where people are most likely to face mental health stigma, including schools, workplaces and health and social care.

As project officer (Settings) you will influence and facilitate 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.

Read more about the role, including the full job description, on the SAMH recruitment site.

The deadline for applications for both roles is 16 January 2023.