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Honorary Assistant Psychologist – Unpaid Position

CHUMS CIC Social Enterprise is an NHS Approved Provider of emotional wellbeing services supporting children/young people and their families with mild to moderate mental health difficulties in Luton, Bedfordshire, Peterborough and Cambridgeshire.

We are looking for 1 or 2 honorary assistant psychologist candidates to:

• Minute clinical meetings and produce supporting documentation.
• Analyse clinical data to produce quarterly and annual audit reports.
• Liaise with CHUMS colleagues and external agencies.
• Support and shadow the clinical teams.
• Attend regular supervision with a Clinical Psychologist.
• Due to working remotely and the nature of the work, the role may change slightly with service needs.

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Clinical Team Manager

The post is for a team manager for the core EWS (emotional wellbeing service) which covers low to moderate mental health presentations -predominately anxiety, low mood and challenging behaviour. The post will be a varied role, with a clinical case load, supervision of qualified and unqualified practitioners, overseeing the triage department and duty. The role offers opportunity for creativity, flexibility and growth. CHUMS hosts a wide array of students and trainees, including those related to IAPT, with opportunities for CPD, service development and experience in specialist services such as Trauma.

Applicants will need to complete the CHUMS application form and forward to katie.witt@chums.uk.com

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Charity Director

CHUMS Charity is looking for a Charity Director to lead the Charity in an exciting time of organisational growth and development. The Charity has new structural, legal and governance requirements as well as meeting the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Charity Director will lead a small and dedicated team of fundraisers to provide the necessary vision, leadership, and fundraising skills which will enable the organisation to achieve its organisational development programme and meet fundraising targets. The Director will ensure the Charity has robust governance and complies with all legal requirements and has a comprehensive fundraising strategy which explores new methods of raising funds.

The successful candidate will have substantial leadership and management experience within the charitable sector and a talent for building relationships. They will also have a track record in governance, strategy and securing funds from statutory sources, foundations, trusts and major donors. Experience in development of an individual donor programme including donor marketing is desirable.

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