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£31,166 FTE: Part-time post (pro rata for 2.5 days per week)
Spectra CIC is seeking a qualified counsellor who has the skills and experience to deliver counselling to trans, non-binary and other clients on the trans spectrum.
If you feel passionately about addressing inequalities and have a mission to support and empower people, we would love to hear from you.
You will provide individual counselling, for which you will have an excellent understanding of the mental, sexual, and broader health and well-being needs of trans people, and experience of working with people of diverse gender identities around complex issues.
You will have a good knowledge of safeguarding and of linked services. You will maintain and protect client records, reporting monthly to ensure consistent and high-quality therapeutic service delivery as part of the Trans Empowerment and Support Programme funded by the Community Fund for 4 years.
Spectra’s service are peer delivered, and we are looking for someone with lived trans/non-binary experience to reflect this ethos in the role.
Deadline for applications: Noon, 3rd June 2019
Interview date: 12th June 2019
Spectra CIC is seeking volunteer counsellors who are as a minimum on their 2nd year of a BACP/UKCP accredited course, and who have the skills to deliver counselling to LGBTQI+ people.
If you feel passionately about addressing health inequalities and have the ability to engage and empower LGBTQI+ people, we would love to hear from you.
You will support the delivery of individual counselling. You will have an excellent understanding of the mental, sexual, and broader health and well-being needs of LGBTQI+ people, and experience of working with people of diverse sexualities and gender identities. Ideally you identify as LGBTQI+.
Applications from people of trans experience and people of Black, Asian or Minority Ethnicity are particularly encouraged.
Completed applications to email@example.com.
Please complete the application form – we will not accept CVs.