Mental Health Foundation
Mental Health Foundation

Charity registered in Scotland SC039714

Our vision is for a world with good mental health for all. Our mission is to help people understand, protect and sustain their mental health. Prevention is at the heart of what we do, because the best way to deal with a crisis is to prevent it from happening in the first place.

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Top job! Communications and Marketing Manager (Scotland and Northern Ireland)

  • Full time or Part time
  • £35,143 – £39,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 5th August 2020

Do you want to work for an organisation at the heart of improving Scotland’s mental health and at the forefront of addressing the mental health consequences of the coronavirus pandemic? If so, the Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for a Communications and Marketing Manager (Scotland and Northern Ireland).

The Mental Health Foundation is a financially strong and expanding organisation. Our vision is good mental health for all, and prevention is at the heart of what we do. We place particular focus upon those who have greatest need. We use our knowledge, informed by rigorous research, to inform and work with policymakers, practitioners, communities, companies, and the media. We have pioneered change for 70 years and are not afraid to challenge the status quo. Come join us!

This post is crucial to our plans for the next five years. Our profile as a charity in Scotland is growing. Every year we run Mental Health Awareness Week and host the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival – two major highlights in a busy calendar of activities. It will be your job to make sure that growth continues as we position ourselves as Scotland’s leading public health charity working in mental health. You will join a growing Communications and Fundraising Team in Scotland, to manage all aspects of media, brand and digital communications. You will work closely with colleagues across the UK, and also support the development our work in Northern Ireland.

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Top job! Head of Evidence and Impact (Scotland and Northern Ireland)

  • Full time or Part time
  • £48,000 – £54,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 5th August 2020

Would you like to work for an organisation that believes prevention is fundamental to addressing the mental health crisis? If so, the Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for a Head of Evidence and Impact (Scotland and Northern Ireland).

The Mental Health Foundation is a financially strong and expanding organisation. Our vision is good mental health for all, and prevention is at the heart of what we do. We place particular focus upon those who have greatest need. We use our knowledge, informed by rigorous research, to inform and work with policymakers, practitioners, communities, companies, and the media. We have pioneered change for 70 years and are not afraid to challenge the status quo. Come join us!

This exciting, senior post is based in Glasgow and will play a leadership role for research, policy and strategy development for the Scotland and Northern Ireland. Reporting to the Director and working closely with the Associate Director, you will manage a small, new research and policy team. One of your responsibilities will be to drive forward the Foundation’s reputation as the leading research and policy charity in our field. You will also be the lead contact for university partners, develop and manage research proposals, and oversee our policy and public affairs programme.

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Top job! Programme Manager (Adults)

  • Full time or Part time
  • £40,000 – £46,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 5th August 2020

Would you like to work for an organisation that believes prevention is fundamental to addressing the mental health crisis? If so, the Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for a Programme Manager post to lead our adult focused programmes in Scotland.

The Mental Health Foundation is a financially strong and expanding organisation. Our vision is good mental health for all, and prevention is at the heart of what we do. We place particular focus upon those who have greatest need. We use our knowledge, informed by rigorous research, to inform and work with policymakers, practitioners, communities, companies, and the media. We have pioneered change for 70 years and are not afraid to challenge the status quo. Come join us!

This is exciting and senior new post is based in Glasgow and will play a key role in developing and leading our programmes in Scotland. Reporting to the Associate Director and working closely with the Senior Team, you will manage a dynamic team of people who are delivering a range of programmes. A key responsibility of the role is to work with staff to develop existing programmes, with a focus on sustainability and scale, and identify opportunities for new programme areas.

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Top job! Programme Manager (Children, Families and Young People)

  • Full time or Part time
  • £40,000 – £46,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 5th August 2020

Would you like to work for an organisation that believes prevention is fundamental to addressing the mental health crisis? If so, the Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for a Programme Manager post to lead our children, families and young people’s programmes in Scotland.

The Mental Health Foundation is a financially strong and expanding organisation. Our vision is good mental health for all, and prevention is at the heart of what we do. We place particular focus upon those who have greatest need. We use our knowledge, informed by rigorous research, to inform and work with policymakers, practitioners, communities, companies, and the media. We have pioneered change for 70 years and are not afraid to challenge the status quo. Come join us!

This is exciting and senior new post is based in Glasgow and will play a key role in developing and leading our programmes in Scotland. Reporting to the Associate Director and working closely with the Senior Team, you will manage a dynamic team of people who are delivering a range of programmes. A key responsibility of the role is to work with staff to develop existing programmes, with a focus on sustainability and scale, and identify opportunities for new programme areas.

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Top job! Senior Research Officer (Thriving Learners)

  • Part time
  • £35,143 – £39,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 5th August 2020

Do you want to work for an organisation that believes that prevention is fundamental to addressing the mental health crisis? If so, the Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for a Senior Research Officer post to lead our Thriving Learners study.

This new research study into student mental health in Scotland aims to better understand the landscape of provision, ‘what works’ for promoting wellbeing, and what students want to enhance and promote their wellbeing. This is a mixed methods study which will include a large-scale survey, qualitative interviews and participatory approaches including the development of a Learner Advisory Panel. It is being delivered in partnership with Universities Scotland with funding from the Robertson Trust.

The Mental Health Foundation is a financially strong and expanding organisation. Our vision is good mental health for all, and prevention is at the heart of what we do. We place particular focus upon those who have greatest need. We use our knowledge, informed by rigorous research, to inform and work with policymakers, practitioners, communities, companies, and the media. We have pioneered change for 70 years and are not afraid to challenge the status quo. Come join us!

This exciting and senior new research post is based in Glasgow and will take forward this exciting new study. Reporting to the Head of Evidence and Impact and working closely with the Associate Director, you will work collaboratively with a range of partners to ensure the successful delivery of this ground breaking study.

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Top job! Senior Research Officer

  • Full time or Part time
  • £35,143 – £39,000
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 5th August 2020

Do you want to work for an organisation that believes that prevention is fundamental to addressing the mental health crisis? If so, the Mental Health Foundation is recruiting for a Senior Research Officer post to join our new Evidence and Impact team for Scotland and Northern Ireland.

You will work on strategically important reviews and studies to help us deliver our 5-year strategy for prevention. As a senior researcher, you will work flexibly with colleagues in research, public policy and programmes and with external partners including universities, government and community organisations.

The Mental Health Foundation is a financially strong and expanding organisation. Our vision is good mental health for all, and prevention is at the heart of what we do. We place particular focus upon those who have greatest need. We use our knowledge, informed by rigorous research, to inform and work with policymakers, practitioners, communities, companies, and the media. We have pioneered change for 70 years and are not afraid to challenge the status quo. Come join us!

This exciting and senior new research post is based in Glasgow and will be joining our new Evidence and Impact Department for Scotland and Northern Ireland. Reporting to the Head of Evidence and Impact and working closely with the Senior Team, you will work collaboratively with a range of partners to ensure that evidence and best practice informs our programmes, policy and campaigns.

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