Current vacancies at The Cellar Trust

Working for The Cellar Trust isn’t about having a job – it’s about changing and saving lives. We are a mental health charity that supports people across Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven, delivering brilliant services to give people a helping hand with their mental health. Whatever your role is you will have the chance to make your mark and see the impact of your work.

Looking for your next role? Here’s a list of our current vacancies. Keep popping back to check as we update this page regularly.

For full details of each role, click on the Role description.

Programme Manager (Community Mental Health – Primary Care Networks [PCNs])

Location: Shipley (District wide)
Salary: £33,900 FTE per annum
Hours of work: 37.5 hours per week
Contract Duration: Permanent
Informal enquiries: heather.tattersall@thecellartrust.org
Applications to: recruitment@thecellartrust.org
Closing date: Sunday 21st April 2024
Interview date: Tuesday 30th April 2024

To apply for this post please submit your CV with a covering letter stating how you meet the criteria listed in the person specification to recruitment@thecellartrust.org before the closing date.

Do you have a passion for designing innovative services that prioritise the individual and communities? Do you want to play a key role in transforming mental health services? If you’re seeking a dynamic leadership role where you can drive positive change, then look no further!

About Us: At The Cellar Trust, we specialise in providing comprehensive support for individuals with complex and or serious mental illness (SMI), offering hope and support within the vibrant community of Bradford District and Craven. With over 35 years of specialist support for people with SMI, we have steadfast commitment to mental health, empowerment and hope. The Cellar Trust is recognised and award winning for peer support, partnership and collaboration. We offer a wide range of services across Bradford District and Craven through a holistic approach that prioritises compassion and understanding, the Cellar Trust fosters a culture of resilience, hope, and a brighter future for all those touched by its understanding.

Role Overview: We’re seeking a Programme Manager to lead this initiative and shape the future of mental health care delivery for SMI. Our groundbreaking new service, MHAPS is a transformative approach that puts individuals at the centre of their mental health journey. Working closely with partners from Inspired Neighbourhoods and Mind in Bradford, collaborating with Primary Care Networks (Affinity, 5 Parks and N&W) , Bradford District NHS Care Foundation Trust (BDCFT), voluntary, community and social enterprise sector (VCSE), local communities and individuals you will be at the forefront of innovation.

As the Programme Manager for MHAPS, you will be leading this initiative and shape the future of mental health care delivery in the community. You will lead a dedicated team to deliver person-centred, trauma-informed mental health support for people with SMI who are not in receipt of secondary mental health services. This will require you to be adaptable, organised, comfortable working with change and complexity and excellent at communicating and influencing others. You will collaborate closely with partners, stakeholders, and community organisations to ensure that MHAPS meets the diverse needs of individuals across our community. Your leadership will drive the success of MHAPS, empowering individuals to access timely, holistic, and empowering mental health support.

Estates & Facilities Manager

Locations: Shipley
Salary:
£29,870 FTE per annum 
Hours of work:
15 or 18.75 hours per week (Job share)
Contract Duration:
Permanent
Informal enquiries:
helen.horsman@thecellartrust.org
Applications to:
recruitment@thecellartrust.org
Closing date:
Sunday 28th April 2024
Interview date:
Tuesday 7th May 2024

To apply for this post please submit your CV with a covering letter stating how you meet the criteria listed in the person specification to recruitment@thecellartrust.org before the closing date.

As Estates and Facilities Manager, you will lead on the smooth running of our complex and busy office environment as well as ensuring the efficient and safe operation of our buildings on a day-to-day basis.
You will work closely with the leadership team and other colleagues to enhance the overall quality and standards of operational effectiveness.
The role covers a range of duties relating to office management, administration, IT, health and safety, premises maintenance, new building work and security, with accurate and appropriate recording keeping of all as needed.
You will work with colleagues, suppliers, contractors, customers, and partner organisations, building excellent working relationships in order to deliver clear objectives and ensure the office environment and our related buildings are managed in an effective manner, whilst working to ensure best value for money.

Talking Therapies – Senior Employment Advisor

Locations: Shipley/Community based across the Bradford District
Salary:
£29,870 FTE per annum (including NHS Uplift)
Hours of work:
up to 37.5 hours per week
Contract Duration:
12-months fixed term
Informal enquiries:
michelle.rhodes@thecellartrust.org
Applications to:
recruitment@thecellartrust.org
Closing date:
Thursday 18th April 2024
Interview date:
Thursday 25th April 2024

To apply for this post please submit your CV with a covering letter stating how you meet the criteria listed in the person specification to recruitment@thecellartrust.org before the closing date.

We are looking for a dedicated individual to join our Employment Advice Service. As a Senior Employment Advisor, you will lead a team of Employment Advisors working closely with clinicians who provide psychological therapies to people with common mental health problems.

You and your team will manage a caseload of people who have experienced mental health problems and wish to retain, return to or regain employment. Alongside managing your own caseload of people, you will undertake day to day line management responsibilities of the team, including regular supervisions to ensure your teams KPI’s are met. You will have a good understanding of return to work planning and develop and maintain the integration of employment support and the wider Talking Therapies service.

If you are a passionate leader and wish to empower individuals with mental health conditions to achieve their employment goals and thrive in the workplace we encourage you to apply for this rewarding opportunity.

Talking Therapies – Employment Advisor

Locations: Shipley/Community based across the Bradford District
Salary: £25,235 FTE per annum
Hours of work: up to 37.5 hours per week
Contract Duration: 12-months fixed term
Informal enquiries: michelle.rhodes@thecellartrust.org
Applications to: recruitment@thecellartrust.org
Closing date: Thursday 18th April 2024
Interview date: Thursday 25th April 2024

To apply for this post please submit your CV with a covering letter stating how you meet the criteria listed in the person specification to recruitment@thecellartrust.org before the closing date.

We are seeking dedicated individuals to join our employment advice service, working in collaboration with clinicians providing psychological therapies.
As an Employment Advisor, you will play a vital role in supporting individuals with common mental health problems to gain, return to, or retain employment.
If you are passionate about empowering individuals with mental health conditions to achieve their employment goals and thrive in the workplace, we encourage you to apply for this rewarding opportunity. Join us in making a positive impact on people’s lives.

Safe Spaces – Crisis Support Worker

Location: Central Hall, Keighley
Salary: £25,235 FTE per annum pro rata
Hours of work: Up to 21 hours per week. Shifts available: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday 5pm to 10pm and Sunday 4pm to 10pm.
Contract Duration: Permanent
Informal enquiries: karen.larter@thecellartrust.org
Applications to: recruitment@thecellartrust.org
Closing date: Monday 15th April 2024 at 12 noon
Interview date: Thursday 25th April 2024

To apply for this post please submit your CV with a covering letter stating how you meet the criteria listed in the person specification to recruitment@thecellartrust.org before the closing date.

We are looking for Crisis Support Workers to join our Keighley Safe Spaces hub. Safe Spaces is a non-clinical, supportive environment designed to help people in crisis stay safe, work through, and understand their feelings, and then help them to access the support they need going forward.

You will mainly deliver one-to-one crisis support to clients over the telephone or face to face at our Keighley Safe Spaces hub, providing practical assistance to clients in order for them to regain control over their lives and their own unique recovery process. The role also involves managing referrals, booking appointments, signposting where necessary and keeping accurate records in a timely manner of all contacts on our client management system.

You will have the ability to inspire hope and belief that recovery is possible in others. Awareness and knowledge of the challenges facing people who have difficulties relating to their mental health and experience of directly supporting vulnerable people within a mental health service / setting will be highly beneficial for you to succeed in this role.

Safe Spaces vacancies (via Mind in Bradford)

 

Team Leader (evenings)

We are looking for a Team Leader to join our award-winning Safe Spaces team at our Bradford Hub in Central Bradford. You will lead a team of Crisis Support Workers to ensure the effective running of the Safe Spaces service. You will also deliver one-to-one crisis support to clients face to face or over the telephone. Safe Spaces is a non-clinical, supportive environment designed to help people in crisis stay safe, work through and understand their feelings, and then help them to access the support they need going forward.

Crisis Support Worker (part time)

We are recruiting Crisis Support Workers to deliver mainly one-to-one support to clients over the telephone or face to face at one of our Bradford Hub.

You will report directly to a Team Leader and will support people to regain control over their lives and access further sources of support. The role is emotionally demanding due to the nature of distress experienced by clients.