Off The Record is a lively and friendly place to work. We’re on the frontline of mental health services in Croydon and Sutton. If you choose to work with us; you’ll be joining a team that is at the heart of providing a dynamic local service for young people.
Off the Record has been delivering individual online counselling for young people through our SkyLine service with trained online counsellors delivering synchronous and asynchronous counselling to young people particularly targeting those who may feel unable or unwilling to access face-to-face counselling.
We currently have a vacancy for an online counsellor within our service. The primary focus of the post will be to provide online counselling to clients using the SkyLine service. The role will also includes some administrative tasks, such as processing new clients coming into the service, as well as attending clinical supervision with the supervisor.
- Salary: Pro rata of £27,799 p.a.(Note: salary figure includes Outer London Weighting. For counsellors not based in London, please note that you will need to meet your own travel costs into London for 2 meetings per annum)
- Hours of Work: 8 hours per week worked from home, with at least 50% of these hours being provided during evening or weekend hours
- Contract: Permanent part-time contract. Leave entitlement is 36 days per year pro rata inclusive of bank holidays
To apply please download and complete an application pack from the links provided below.
Off The Record Online Counsellor Application Pack Word Version
Off The Record Online Counsellor Application Pack PDF Version
Learning Support Club & Respite Trips Assistant
The Volunteer Learning Support Club Assistant role provides much needed support to the project's Education Worker during the Homework Club for young carers. This club is more than a homework club, as this is a time for young carers to not only do their homework with assistance in areas in which they are not confident, but allows them to obtain skills in research and all areas of their education curriculum. The Learning Support Club Assistant should aim to help the young people attending the club to improve their educational outcomes and should work with the Education Worker to achieve this for all young carers attending the club.
Respite opportunities are also very important and we organise age appropriate activities for young carers during term time and in the holidays.