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Top job! Assistant Director Delivery (See Me)

  • Full time
  • £51,741 – £55,514
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 11th January 2019

See Me is a partnership between SAMH, Scotland’s national mental health charity, and the Mental Health Foundation. Over the past three years we have developed our programme to be at the heart of the challenge to end stigmatising and discriminatory behaviours around mental health, with the aim of enabling people who experience mental health problems to live fulfilled lives. We continue to grow our work with communities, schools and workplaces and develop significant new work and partnerships, to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in health and social care. By changing minds, changing policy and changing practice you could be part of an exciting programme that helps improve the mental health and wellbeing of Scotland.

As one of two Assistant Directors, you will lead functions that ensure See Me delivers, monitors, communicates and reports effectively as well as making the case for its long term support .

This role will be challenging and rewarding as you will work across the programmes and your own multi-disciplinary teams to secure a high level of co-ordination and quality. You will be an experienced senior leader with a strong methodical approach and an ability to nurture and develop a talented team.

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Senior Policy Advisor – See Me

  • Full time
  • £34,833 – £38,442
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 11th January 2019

See Me are a partnership between SAMH, Scotland’s national mental health charity, and the Mental Health Foundation. Over the past three years we have developed our programme to be at the heart of the challenge to end stigmatising and discriminatory behaviours around mental health, with the aim of enabling people who experience mental health problems to live fulfilled lives. We continue to grow our work with communities, schools and workplaces and develop significant new work and partnerships, to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in health and social care. By changing minds, changing policy and changing practice you could be part of an exciting programme that helps improve the mental health and wellbeing of Scotland.

As Senior Policy Advisor you will be at the heart of helping See Me explore what else we can do to end mental health stigma and discrimination. This is an exciting time for mental health and we are determined that See Me plays its role fully in the endeavour to improve our mental health. That means we need to be well informed on major policy developments and able to demonstrate the power of interventions designed to reduce stigma.

This is a dynamic role where working directly with the Director you’ll chart the opportunities and ensure the programme is ready to respond. You’ll already have extensive public policy knowledge and good experience supporting senior colleagues to make their case. You’ll be comfortable with a variety of data and able to produce concise topical briefings and reports in often complex policy areas.

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Social Movement Support Officer

  • Full time
  • £24,699 – £28,926
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 17th May 2019

See Me is Scotland’s programme to end mental health stigma and discrimination. Our mission is to change minds, change policy and change practice across Scotland. See Me works with people with lived experience of mental health problems to influence change in communities, schools and workplaces and in health and social care.

Facilitating social movement for change is central to See Me’s approach and this vacancy provides an exciting opportunity to join the team who are working to grow social movement for change towards ending mental health stigma and discrimination across Scotland. With strong interpersonal skills you will facilitate and empower people to take action for themselves. Using community development principles you will support people to be safely and effectively engaged and active in the See Me programme and to take action to challenge stigma and discrimination in their communities and you will work with national and local partners to progress social movement activity in key settings.

The role will be challenging and rewarding. The successful candidate will be an energetic and driven individual who is motivated to make a positive impact to end mental health stigma and discrimination. You’ll have good experience of working supportively with people and will have a strong equality and inclusion ethos and approach. At the same time, you’ll be adept at ensuring delivery to plan and capturing good monitoring data to support reporting and evaluation.

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Health and Social Care Improvement Advisor

  • Full time
  • £29,738 – £32,933
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 17th May 2019

See Me is Scotland’s programme to end mental health stigma and discrimination. Our mission is to change minds, change policy and change practice across Scotland. See Me works with people with lived experience of mental health problems to influence change in communities, schools and workplaces and in health and social care.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Improvement Advisor to join our small health and social care team. As one of the Programmes priorities, the team works to influence policy and practice change to end mental health stigma and discrimination in a variety of health and social care settings across Scotland. As a skilled influencer, familiar with improvement methodologies and practice, you will engage people with lived experience to take forward a range of projects that aim to embed mental health inclusion and fair access to and experience within services and sources of support.

The role will be challenging and rewarding. The successful candidate will be an energetic and driven individual who is motivated to make a positive impact to end mental health stigma and discrimination. You’ll have good experience of working supportively with people and will have a strong equality and inclusion ethos and approach. At the same time, you’ll be adept at ensuring delivery to plan and capturing good monitoring data to support reporting and evaluation.

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