Our Employment Advisors help individuals with mental ill health to find meaningful paid employment.

We also assist employers and employees to successfully resolve any work-related concerns as part of our job retention pathway.

Your challenge? To do everything you can to help and motivate, inspire and support the individuals we work with to source meaningful employment with local organisations/employers.


Day to day, you’ll offer support, careers advice and guidance, helping people to set their own recovery and employment focused goals and provide training in personal and skills development such as CV preparation, interview techniques etc.

You’ll also be responsible for establishing and maintaining positive links with community mental health teams (CMHRS), partner organisations, local employers and other relevant agencies promoting the service model and highlighting the importance of employment AS a recovery tool.

Additionally, you will have responsibility for maintaining efficient admin systems to ensure referrals, assessments and reviews are completed in a timely manner.

You will ideally need to have a good understanding of working with individuals with mental ill health and the issues and barriers this can create for the people we support.

Key to this is the need for excellent motivational, presentation and listening skills and a willingness to travel in the local area and occasionally work outside of typical office hours as required.

Inspired? Check out our latest vacancies on our online jobs portal today.

“I would’ve lost all hope if it hadn’t been for the REASSURING SUPPORT of Richmond Fellowship and my recovery worker.”

“Mental health recovery is AT THE HEART of of everything we do!”

“I feel that EVERY PERSON should be given a chance to achieve things in their lives no matter how big or small.”

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