Current Vacancies

Primary Care Counsellor 

 

Hours:                  18.5 (2.5 days) including one evening

Salary:                  £26,887 (pro rata)

Contract type:   Fixed term until 31st March 2022

Location:             John Street, Sunderland.

 

Sunderland Counselling Service is seeking to appoint an experienced counsellor who will deliver short term therapy to clients as part of our counselling provision for adults in Sunderland.

We are looking for a competent counsellor who, as a minimum, is registered with the BACP or other relevant professional body.  The successful post holder will effectively support clients in addressing and managing issues that are affecting their mental and emotional well-being and will be able to use outcome measures effectively with clients as part of their therapeutic work.

Previous experience of offering counselling face to face, over the telephone or through a video- based platform would also be desirable.

The successful post holder will be expected to work from our base in Sunderland City Centre, as well as GP surgeries and community venues across the city.  They must be able to work independently, as well as working in partnership with other services in order to support clients fully.  Due to the ongoing restrictions regarding COVID 19, the postholder may be required to work confidentially from home.

This is a part-time (0.5) position which will include a minimum of one evening per week until 31st March 2022.

If you would like further information about this role, please contact Leanne Davis, Service Manager or Marianne Guthzeit, Clinical Lead on 0191 514 7007.

Applications, alongside a completed Equal Opportunity and Diversity Monitoring form, should be emailed to office@sunderlandcounselling.org.uk by 9am on Wednesday, 4th August 2021.  Applications received after this time will not be considered.

Interviews will take place using Microsoft Teams during the week commencing 9th August 2021.

 

Please download below:

  • Job Description
  • Application Form
  • GDPR Privacy Notice for Applicants
  • Equal Opportunity and Diversity Monitoring Document

COVID Counsellor 

Hours:                  37 hours p/w including a minimum of one evening

Salary:                  £30,399

Contract type:   Fixed term until 31st March 2022

Location:             John Street, Sunderland.

 

Sunderland Counselling Service is seeking to appoint an experienced counsellor who will deliver therapy to clients who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in Sunderland.

We are looking for a competent counsellor who, as a minimum, is registered with the BACP or other relevant professional body.  The successful post holder will effectively support clients in addressing and managing issues that are affecting their mental and emotional well-being and will be able to use outcome measures effectively with clients as part of their therapeutic work.

The counsellor will complete comprehensive assessments as well as initial support and guidance to people who contact our service.  This may include signposting, providing self-help materials, a check in service, identifying a suitable package of specific support related to the impact of the pandemic as well as providing more formal counselling. The post holder will be required to work across several of our counselling services, taking on client work in response to need and waiting list pressures.

Counselling will take place face to face, over the telephone or through a video- based platform would also be desirable.  The successful post holder will be expected to work from our base in Sunderland City although due to the ongoing restrictions regarding COVID 19, may also be required to work confidentially from home.

They must be able to work independently, as well as working in partnership with other services in order to support clients fully.

This is a full-time (0.5) position which will include a minimum of one evening per week until 31st March 2022.

If you would like further information about this role, please contact Leanne Davis, Service Manager or Marianne Guthzeit, Clinical Lead on 0191 514 7007.

Applications, alongside a completed Equal Opportunity and Diversity Monitoring form, should be emailed to office@sunderlandcounselling.org.uk by 9am on Wednesday, 4th August 2021.  Applications received after this time will not be considered.

Interviews will take place using Microsoft Teams during the week commencing 9th August 2021.

Please download below:

  • Job Description
  • Application Form
  • GDPR Privacy Notice for Applicants
  • Equal Opportunity and Diversity Monitoring Document

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