Workplace Programme Director
£360 per day plus travel expenses
Part time – up to 8 days per month
Are you a qualified mental health clinician looking for a new challenge? Do you have experience of working with senior management teams, HR departments and occupational health practitioners in a range of organisations?
We are looking for an experienced clinician to lead our Workplace Programme, helping employers to embed a culture of wellbeing within their organisations and supporting them to sustain it.
We need a strategic thinker with ideas for developing partnerships, identifying new projects and building the fundraising potential of our workplace activity.
All our Programme Directors are part-time and self-employed. Although we are a small charity, we have a national remit and so the post can be located flexibly.
CWMT is a great place to work – we have a small office team based in Thatcham, Berkshire, and a network of about 50 freelance trainers operating across the UK; we work hard to help everyone feel part of the wider team.
We welcome applications from people with a diversity of backgrounds.
This is a professional lead role and requires:
- expertise in mental health in the workplace setting
- a core clinical qualification
- knowledge and experience of working in different organisations and differing workplace cultures.
All Programme Directors are responsible for leading programmes, and they must have regard both to the charitable objectives of CWMT and to the fact that the CEO retains strategic control over all charitable activities. Programme Directors report to the CEO who reports to the Board of Trustees of CWMT. Full details on the role and responsibilities of the Workplace Programme Director can be found in the job description.
To download the job description and apply for the role, please visit our website.
Closing date for applications: Friday 21st February
Interviews to be held in London on: Wednesday 4th March
We’ll be reviewing all applications and shortlisting candidates after the closing date and will try to establish a shortlist as quickly as possible. If you’re shortlisted, we’ll contact you to arrange an interview. You’ll then receive an email invitation outlining the format of the interview, address details and names of individuals you’ll meet on the day.
If you’re not shortlisted, we’ll try to notify you by email after the shortlist has been established; however, if you haven't heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, please assume your application was not successful.