Fundraising for EACH

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Ways to get involved

You can support EACH in many different ways...  

You can make a donation (regular or one-off) by clicking on the donate button on the top of our page. 

You can volunteer your time, to support our many teams working across West London. Visit our 'Volunteer with EACH' page for more information on the roles we offer.

You can join an event or create your own fundraising activity to encourage your family and friends to get involved. 


 

No matter how much you raise or donate, every bit counts to make a difference to someone's life.

Help us to Create Wellness.  

£25                Could help someone not in work to have a counselling session

£150              Would cover six weeks of counselling sessions for one person if they are not in work

£200              Will help us provide one week of Create Wellness Recovery Programme for a person

£1400            Can help someone benefit from 6 weeks of our Create Wellness Recovery Programme, running 5 days a week

 

 

 

Vacancies

Support Case Worker - Brent Reach | EACH Brent office, Design Works, Park Parade, Harlesden, NW10 4HT, but will work primarily off-site within the borough
salary: Salary point 18-21, £20,572.50 - £21,505 (inclusive of Outer London Weighting) | Duration: Permanent, subject to continuous funding | Hours: 37.5 hours per week (5 days) exclusive of 30 minutes meal breaks. The post holder will be required to work flexible hours to meet the requirements of the service.

MAIN PURPOSE: 

• To provide an effective outreach floating support service to vulnerable adults and families plus manage a case load of people who are at risk and living in a variety of different tenures to maintain their home, live independently and reduces the need for more intensive support at a later stage. MAIN PURPOSE: 

• To provide an effective outreach floating support service to vulnerable adults and families plus manage a case load of people who are at risk and living in a variety of different tenures to maintain their home, live independently and reduces the need for more intensive support at a later stage. 

KEY POST REQUIREMENTS:

·         Experience of providing tenancy support and outreach work amongst vulnerable people.

·         Experience of developing and implementing support plans

·         Ability to deal with emergencies and unexpected situations

·         Ability to promote the service and provide outreach based provision

·         Ability to work effectively within a team and with colleagues and ability to work flexibly and to the requirements of the role

 

 

JOB PACK

 Support Case Worker - Terms and Conditions Brent

 Support Case Worker - Job Description/Person Specification

 Organisational Background

Deadline for applications: 16th August 2019
Interviews: 23rd August 2019

All Applicants must complete the application form, to be submitted by email. CVs will NOT be accepted.

REF: SCWBR0819

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 19/08/2019

INTERVIEWS START: 23/08/2019

Support Case Worker - Ealing Floating Support Service | EACH Ealing office, Vine House, 1-2 Factory Yard, Hanwell, W7 3UG, but will work primarily off-site within the borough
salary: Salary point 18-21, £20,572.50 - £21,505 (inclusive of Outer London Weighting) | Duration: Permanent, subject to continuous funding | Hours: 37.5 hours per week (5 days) exclusive of 30 minutes meal breaks. The post holder will be required to work flexible hours to meet the requirements of the service.

MAIN PURPOSE:

·         To provide an effective outreach floating support service to vulnerable adults and families plus manage a case load of people who are at risk and living in a variety of different tenures to maintain their home, live independently and reduces the need for more intensive support at a later stage.

 

KEY POST REQUIREMENTS:

 

·         Experience of providing tenancy support and outreach work amongst vulnerable people.

·         Experience of developing and implementing support plans

·         Ability to deal with emergencies and unexpected situations

·         Ability to promote the service and provide outreach based provision

·         Ability to work effectively within a team and with colleagues and ability to work flexibly and to the requirements of the role

 

JOB PACK: 

Support Case Worker - Terms and Conditions Ealing

Support Case Worker - Job Description/Person Specification

 Organisational Background

 

Deadline for applications: 16th August 2019
Interviews: 23rd August 2019

All Applicants must complete the application form, to be submitted by email. CVs will NOT be accepted.

REF: SCWEFSS0819

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 19/08/2019

INTERVIEWS START: 23/08/2019

Project Lead - Connect & Change for Better Mental Health | THE DESIGNWORKS, PARK PARADE, HARLESDEN NW10 4HT
salary: Salary scale range 30-33, £28,044 - £30,491 for full time equivalent (incl. outer London weighting) (£16,826.40 - £18,294.60 for 22.5 hours/week) | Duration: Permanent, subject to continuous funding | Hours: 22.5 per week (3 days) exclusive of 30 minutes meal breaks

MAIN PURPOSE:

·         To lead on and ensure the effective establishment and delivery of a mental health counselling, outreach and support project (Connect and Change) in the London Borough of Brent to BMEs.

·         Provide direction, supervision (managerial and clinical) to members of the team, including Support & Engagement worker, peers, volunteers and trainees alongside a supportive role to other project leads

·         To engage with stakeholders and partners to promote the project and ensure its learning is shared

 

KEY POST REQUIREMENTS:

 ·         Counselling experience and qualifications - must be accredited by BACP or UKCP or BPS

·        Experience of working with people with a range of mental health needs and from BME communities

·         Ability to manage a case-load of clients for 1:1 counselling sessions and group sessions

·         Ability to promote the service and learning from it, e.g. trainings, workshops, presentations

·         Ability to supervise and support others

·         Ability to provide clinical supervision

·         Understanding of mental health issues within the BME community and ability to develop services that meet their need 

 

Job Pack:

Connect and Change Project Lead Person Specification/Job Description

Connect and Change Project Lead - Terms and Conditions

Organisational Background

 

Please fill out an application form at the bottom of this page and return to info@eachcounselling.org.uk 

CV's will not be accepted.

 

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Contact Information

 

REF: CCPL0819

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 30/08/2019

INTERVIEWS START: 04/09/2019

Project Lead (Female) – Women with complex needs (Jasmine) project | Vine House, 1 & 2 Factory Yard, Hanwell, W7 3UG
salary: £28,044 - £30,491 (incl. OLW) Full time equivalent | Duration: Permanent, subject to continuous funding | Hours: 22.5

The post holders’ main purpose includes:

• To access and engage women with complex needs (substance misuse/mental health/violence and abuse), including women from the BME communities, to help them recover and lead healthier, independent lives.

• Undertake outreach and promotion within the local community and to professionals ensuring appropriate take up and engagement with the service 

• Provide support, including structured interventions (CBT, MI), keyworking to meet practical needs, and facilitate group work

• Assist the lead to recruit and support up to 20 volunteer counsellors that speak a range of community languages

• Establish outreach based satellite provision to improve access for women and to provide support/activities from various locations

 

Key post requirements:

• Experience of providing support to women e.g. motivational interviewing, CBT, on substance misuse within a harm reduction approach and in a professional context, and women affected by domestic violence and mental health 

• Experience of working with women from BME communities and from diverse social and cultural backgrounds

• Ability to work in an outreach capacity at satellites

• Ability to liaise and work effectively in partnership with other professionals and across agencies

• Ability to promote the service to potential users, referrers and local communities

• Good written and oral communication skills, and computer literacy

• Competent to work without close supervision and used to meeting deadlines

• Knowledge of child protection and ability to implement appropriate safeguarding procedures

Please send completed application form to info@eachcounselling.org.uk.

We do NOT Accept CVs

Person Specification - Project Lead, Complex Needs

Jasmine Project Lead - Job Description

Terms and Conditions - Project Lead, Complex Needs

EACH Organisational Background

 


Contact Information

Please fill out an application form and the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and return to info@eachcounselling.org.uk

REF: JPPL0719

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15/08/2019

INTERVIEWS START: 19/08/2019

Project Lead, Real Talk | EACH Brent
salary: £28,044 | Duration: Permanent, subject to continuous funding | Hours: 37.5 hours

Main Purpose 

• To set up REAL TALK project in London Borough of Brent for young people, 14 -21 years of age 

• To develop partnerships within the local community and statutory services 

• To promote REAL TALK to stakeholders. 

• To recruit, support and oversee volunteers for the project. 

 

Key Post Requirements

• Experience of working directly and in a senior/specialist position with children and young people

• Experience of planning and delivering youth and community activities/projects

• Experience of promoting a service to professionals, community and service users. 

• Knowledge of current, local community substance/ crime issues and agendas.

• Significant knowledge and understanding of safeguarding and child protection policies and procedures relating to children, young people and vulnerable adults 

• Competency in basic IT skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook)

• Willing & able to work flexible, unsociable hours including regular evenings and weekends 

• Please send completed application form to info@eachcounselling.org.uk.

We do NOT Accept CVs


Job Pack

Job Description & Person Specification - Real Talk, Project Co-ordinator

Organisational Background

Terms & Conditions - Real Talk, Project Co-ordinator

 

 


Contact Information

Please fill out an application form and the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and return to info@eachcounselling.org.uk

REF: PLRT0719

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15/08/2019

INTERVIEWS START: 19/08/2019

Support and Engagement Worker – Complex Needs (Jasmine) Project | EACH Vine House, 1 & 2 Factory Yard, Hanwell, W7 3UG.
salary: £20,572.50 (incl. outer London weighting) full time equivalent | Duration: Permanent, subject to continuous funding | Hours: 15

The post holders’ main purpose includes:

• To access and engage women with complex needs (substance misuse/mental health/violence and abuse), including women from the BME communities, to help them recover and lead healthier, independent lives.

• Undertake outreach and promotion within the local community and to professionals ensuring appropriate take up and engagement with the service 

• Provide support, including structured interventions (CBT, MI), keyworking to meet practical needs, and facilitate group work

• Assist the lead to recruit and support up to 20 volunteer counsellors that speak a range of community languages 

• Establish outreach based satellite provision to improve access for women and to provide support/activities from various locations

 

Key post requirements:

• Experience of providing support to women e.g. motivational interviewing, CBT, on substance misuse within a harm reduction approach and in a professional context, and women affected by domestic violence and mental health 

• Experience of working with women from BME communities and from diverse social and cultural backgrounds

• Ability to work in an outreach capacity at satellites

• Ability to liaise and work effectively in partnership with other professionals and across agencies

• Ability to promote the service to potential users, referrers and local communities

• Good written and oral communication skills, and computer literacy

• Competent to work without close supervision and used to meeting deadlines

• Knowledge of child protection and ability to implement appropriate safeguarding procedures

Please send completed application form to info@eachcounselling.org.uk.

 

We do NOT Accept CVs

Job Description - Engagement Worker, Complex Needs

Person Specification - Support and Engagement Worker, Complex Needs

EACH Background Information

 

 

 

REF: JSEW0719

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 15/08/2019

INTERVIEWS START: 19/08/2019

Team Leader– Brent Floating Support Service | The Designworks, Park Parade, Harlesden NW10 4HT
salary: £23,287 - £26,662 pro-rata, (inclusive of Outer London Weighting) | Duration: Permanent, subject to continuous funding | Hours: 37.5 hours per week exclusive of meal breaks

The post holders’ main purpose includes:

• To contribute to the implementation of the team’s aims and objectives, work plans, operational policies and procedures in such a way that they contribute to the mission of EACH and deliver on business plan objectives.

• Support the co-ordination of all activities within the Floating Support team effectively and maintain EACH’s standards in relation to service users/internal customers and other stakeholders alike.

• To carry a caseload of clients and lead on on-going support and direction for a number of the team’s clients through the casework management approach.  

• Carry out liaison roles internally and externally to EACH.

• Providing timely and accurate information, reports and analysis to Operations Manager or Service Manager, as they may find necessary for the proper management of the Floating Support Services.

 

Job Pack

Terms and Conditions - Brent Floating Support Team Leader

Job Description / Person Specification - Team Leader, Floating Support - Brent

Background Information, Brent Reach Floating Support


Contact Information

Please fill out an application form and the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and return to info@eachcounselling.org.uk

 

Interviews will begin week commencing 01/07/2019

REF: BFSTL0619

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 06/08/2019

INTERVIEWS START: 08/08/2019

Trustee - Member of Management Committee | The Designworks, Park Parade, Harlesden NW10 4HT
salary: voluntary position | Duration: Permanent, subject to continuous funding | Hours: 37.5 hours per week exclusive of meal breaks

EACH Counselling & Support (EACH) is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee which is governed by a Board currently comprised of 7 Trustees.

The Board has overall responsibility for the work of the organisation, and has the following role: to oversee the charity’s governance to establish strategy to performance manage the achievement of the strategy to contribute to the leadership of the charity.

The Board can have a membership of up to 12 trustees; we are seeking new trustees due to vacancies on the Board. The term of office for trustees is 3 years, which means that each year, typically, four Trustee positions fall vacant. These can be filled through election at our AGM and by appointment by the Board over the year.

If you are interested in joining the EACH Management Committee, please read the Trustee's Pack and get in contact.

Downloadable file: Board of Trustees Pack 2018

We are especially interested in hearing from you if you have a professional background in any the following areas:

  • Marketing/PR
  • Community Fundraising
  • Human Resources
  • NHS/Clinical experience

Contact Information

Email: info@eachcounselling.org.uk

Tel: 020 8579 4529

REF: MC2018

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