Thank you for your interest in working with us!
We are currently recruiting to the role of
Clinical Service Manager:
Job Title: Clinical Service Manager
Salary: £36,000 – £38,000
Place of work: Based at 55 Templemore Ave, Belfast, with requirement to work from
home or other community locations as needed.
Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
Working Hours: 37.5 hours per week, which may include evening and weekend hours.
Holiday allowance: 25 days per year plus 12 statutory days
This is an exciting opportunity to use your skills, energy and experience to improve the mental health and the lives of families and communities in East Belfast.
East Belfast Community Counselling is an award-winning, community-based charity which offers free, high-quality counselling, psychotherapy and wellbeing support to children, young people and adults.
As well as managing a busy self-referral waiting list, EBCC has delivered a wide range of projects since the service was founded in 2010, and is currently an established delivery partner for the Victim and Survivors Service (VSS), the Self Harm Intervention Project (SHIP) and the Department for Communities’ Open Door project for children and young people.
East Belfast Community Counselling was created to help fulfil a need in the local community, to provide a vitally-needed counselling service for those who might otherwise be excluded because of finance or shortfall in service provision. As a charity we believe that everyone should have access to high quality counselling irrespective of their ability to pay. The counselling service is open to anyone regardless of whether they are male or female, whatever their sexual orientation, ethnic origin, culture or religion, so long as we feel their needs can be met.
East Belfast Community Counselling is a Registered Charity, we work for the benefit of the community. Our services are accredited by the BACP and are bound by the BACP Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions.
As Clinical Service Manager, you’ll be leading EBCC’s psychotherapy work, to ensure our practice is effective, safe and responsive to the needs of the community. You’ll be resourcing and facilitating all those who provide counselling and psychotherapy at EBCC, to deliver a professional service and to work to organisational policy and goals.
You’ll be innovative and self-reliant with a resourceful attitude, but equally able to work collaboratively and consultatively. You’ll be a clear communicator, have great organisational skills and be confident using ICT to make administrative and communications tasks easier.
Crucially, you’ll care passionately about providing high quality mental health support, and enabling EBCC to deliver the best service it can. If this sounds like you, we look forward to hearing from you!