Would you like to work for a dynamic, forward thinking organisation? Do you have excellent people skills; a sense of empathy and a desire to do work that makes a positive difference to the lives of people affected by mental ill health?
If so, then we would love to hear from you. We are always on the lookout for new, talented additions to our staff teams across Scotland. In return we can offer excellent terms and conditions, a supportive working environment and opportunities for career progression.Whether you are looking for full-time, part-time or sessional work, all our vacancies will be published on this page.
Here you'll find all the current job opportunities within Support in Mind Scotland. Click the links for more information and to apply.
Support in Mind Scotland is the operating name of the National Schizophrenia Fellowship (Scotland), a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland SC088179. Charity Number SC013649.
We are looking for a dynamic and creative Senior Project Worker, to lead our Companas Cottage Resource Centre service in Alness. This role involves provision of recovery-focussed and person-centred support to people attending the Centre, through individual and group-based work, as well as leading the Centre team and managing the service.
Support in Mind Scotland (SiMS) is looking for a new Carer Support Worker for Perth and Kinross who will be committed to supporting carers of people with a mental illness. The successful candidate will be interested in building relationships, providing support and be empathic with excellent communication skills. They should also have relevant lived or professional experience of mental health.
This post is funded through the Aspiring Communities Fund (ACF) with support from European Social Fund and 100% of staff time will be spent on the ACF Highlands and Islands Connections Project. This post is Fixed Term to the end of February 2020.
We are seeking to appoint two highly motivated people to join our team of DBI Coordinators in Inverness. Coordinators provide support, advice and personal support planning for people referred from front-line services, carrying out short-term work with people in distress to review the reasons for their distress, develop immediate coping strategies and link them into a range of appropriate community services and facilities.