As a company we are always on the lookout for individuals who are passionate about children and young people's mental health and emotional wellbeing.
If you want to shape the future of mental health provision for children and young people across the UK and truly make a difference, you might be the right fit.
Our stringent vetting process is designed to ensure that all successful applicants meet the Invictus model to maintain consistent quality of delivery and service. In exchange you will be rewarded with competitive rates of pay and benefits package.
We have a strong team culture at Invictus and we promote positive mental health and wellbeing not only in children, but our staff.
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Invictus Wellbeing Advisers tackle children and young people's mental health on the front-line.
This flexible self employed role is suitable for those with qualifications and experience in counselling, psychotherapy, social or youth work.
The BREW Project Wellbeing Practitioners are responding to the need for quick, effective and accessible mental health and emotional wellbeing support.
This post is suitable for candidates with qualifications & experience in counselling, psychotherapy, social or youth work.
Join us on our new project, COPE Peer Bereavement Support.
We are looking for a coordinator who can manage and lead a peer bereavement support programme in this part time role.
This role is suitable for candidates with experience of working with children and young people, bereavement, peer support and/or coordinating a small team.
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Invictus Wellbeing Services Community Interest Company is registered in England and Wales No: 09607819
Registered Address: Invictus Wellbeing, E323, E Mill, Dean Clough Mills, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX3 5AX
Organisational member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) No: 275663