Head of Fundraising and Business Development
£38,000 – £42,600 pro rata
Part Time – 3 days a week, permanent
As a leading voluntary sector mental health organisation in Islington we offer high-quality services to local residents seeking mental health advice and support.
We want everyone to have better mental health and wellbeing, to realise their ambitions, connect to their strength and make the most of their lives, their relationships and their communities.
As the fundraising and Business Development Manager you will hold lead responsibility for the charity’s new business opportunities and income generation, ensuring the development opportunities are effectively maximised.
As the expert on the charity’s business development you will be responsible to develop and implement the charity’s Business Development and Fundraising strategy and to securing regular income through trusts and foundations fundraising applications, and writing and presenting bids and tenders in responses to the cycles of renewal and to new opportunities as they arise
Necessarily, this will be done in collaboration with colleagues who are involved in delivering services as well as with the involvement of service users in the co-production of propositions to funders.
You will also be supported by and responsible for the management of a team of fundraising volunteers.
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Recovery Team Leader
Are you passionate about mental health? Islington Mind is looking to recruit a Recovery Team Leader to join our specialist Mental Health Recovery Pathway Service.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and communicative person with BACP, UKCP or BPC accreditation, experience working with vulnerable people who experience complex mental health problems in one-to-one and group settings, and excellent skills and experience of service user assessment and crisis management including dealing with conflicts and strong emotions, alongside a broad range of approaches to advocacy.
The Recovery Team Leader will be part of a vibrant team of staff and volunteers running mental health drop-in sessions and activities, and responding to service users’ needs. They will be responsible for coordinating and overseeing the administration of the Mental Health Recovery Pathway Counselling Service, and carrying out Counselling and Psychotherapy assessments.
Other managerial responsibilities will include managing mental health drop-in provisions, including risk and safeguarding management, as well as offering support and development programmes for volunteers.
Islington Mind is dedicated to promoting the preservation and safeguarding of mental health. We support the recovery process of people who experience mental distress and provide for the relief and the wellbeing of their carers.
We want everyone to have better mental health and wellbeing, to realise their ambitions and make the most of their lives, their relationships and their communities.
As the leading independent mental health organisation in Islington, we offer high-quality services to local residents seeking mental health advice and support.
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