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Northorpe Hall Child & Family Trust continues to grow with additional funding for new projects and more services.  Around 75% of all charity funds are spent on salaries, so we are recruiting again.

financial history

In 2019, we’re a partner in Thriving Kirklees – joining up and transforming health services for families in Kirklees and we have additional funds to reduce waiting times. We’re working more closely with schools and have been funded to pilot mental health support teams in schools, again in partnership. We continue to successfully raise funds by working with local businesses and through weddings and events in our barn, as well as receiving funds from the Big Lottery and Children in Need.

There are a wide range of people working at Northorpe Hall in 2019 – over 70 employees, plus volunteers, self-employed workers including counsellors, trainee education mental health practitioners and CAMHS and Nursing staff employed by partner organisations, co-located with us to join up services and provide the best support to families and young people in Kirklees.

The team is diverse, talented, hard-working and friendly – with a wide range of experience and professional backgrounds. Some joined us early in their career and have gained experience and qualifications with us over the years, others have brought significant experience from education, social care, clinical settings and family or youth work. We provide high quality support, supervision and training to staff to ensure they can provide quality support to young people and families. We work 8am to 8pm to respond to family’s needs, so we can offer flexible working and part-time hours too.

Now is a great time to join the Northorpe Hall team. You’ll get great experience of innovative, responsive mental health support to children and families; get training and development opportunities to grow your skills and knowledge and you’ll feel supported and valued as part of a team. You will also make a real difference to the lives of local young people who really need your support and care.

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Current Vacancies

Communications Officer

 This is a new post at Northorpe Hall Child and Family Trust, helping to raise the profile of the organisation, share our story and ensure we communicate effectively. The Communications Officer will work alongside managers and others to ensure we generate high-quality content, reach our audiences and build effective online relationships. Full details are in the job description below. North...

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Specialist Practitioner (Children's Mental Health)

Specialist Practitioners are our most experienced mental health support staff, working directly with young people and families to improve mental health, but also supporting other staff, developing practice and liaising with other professionals.  Full details are in the job description below. Northorpe Hall Child and Family Trust currently has additional funds to work with schools and in pa...

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Well-being Support Worker (Support Calls)

Wellbeing Support Workers respond to requests for support from young people, parent/carers and professionals who have concerns about young people's mental health. Through supportive phone conversations they will understand the experiences, difficulties and perspectives of young people, families and professionals, recording information accurately to inform decision making about which support and se...

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Emotional Health Worker

Emotional Health Workers work with young people, individually and in groups, helping them to improve their mental and emotional health. They build trust and rapport with young people - and sometimes their families and schools too - working flexibly and collaboratively to develop plans and set goals, building on young people's strengths to address their difficulties. Full details are in the job des...

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Well-being Support Worker

Wellbeing Support Workers respond by phone to requests for support from young people, parent/carers and professionals who have concerns about young people's mental health. Through supportive phone conversations they will understand the experiences, difficulties and perspectives of young people, families and professionals, recording information accurately to inform decision making about which suppo...

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Project Worker - RISE

The RISE (Resilience, Independence and Self Esteem) project builds the resilience and mental health of children aged 8-18 effected by the loss or significant absence of a parent/carer in the last three years, due to bereavement, violence, crime or ill-health. The project is funded by BBC Children in Need.  The Project Worker - RISE will plan, deliver and evaluate group activities with young p...

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Senior Practitioner (Children's Mental Health)

Senior Practitioners (Children's Mental Health) are experienced, qualified workers who work with young people and families to help them manage and improve their mental health. They work closely with families and other professionals, ensuring joined up, safe and effective care. They also provide support and guidance to colleagues. Full details are in the job description below. Northorpe Hall Chi...

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