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Recruiting for our East Birmingham MHSTs

We have vacancies for the roles of Service Manager, Families Practitioner, Senior Administrator Trainee Supervising Practitioner and Supervising Practitioner in our Birmingham Mental Health Support Team service.

Read how staff joining our team in Birmingham are welcomed into our charity at induction events.

Please view our Joining a Compass MHST page to see videos of staff talking about their experience of working here.

Compass is to launch a new service in September, providing mental health support teams (MHSTs) in schools in Birmingham.

It will support children and young people with mild to moderate emotional health and wellbeing problems and support Senior Mental Health Leads within selected Education Settings to develop their Whole School Approaches.

Benefits of working for Compass

As well as a competitive salary, we offer a range of benefits including:

    • 27 days’ holiday + bank holidays, rising to 32 days over time

    • Life assurance at 2 x basic salary

    • 5% contributory pension scheme, increasing over time

    • Family-friendly policies

    • 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme and OH service

    • Enhanced sick pay

    • Excellent learning & development opportunities and career progression

    • Annual performance / salary review

A clear focus

Rachel Bundock, Chief Executive Officer of Compass, said the organisation’s wide experience has helped it develop a unique model for commissioners.

She said: “We have a very clear focus on prevention and early intervention and providing a highly visible and accessible service that is co-produced and co-developed at every stage of the care journey.

Rachel Bundock, Chief Executive Officer of Compass, said the organisation’s wide experience has helped it develop a unique model for commissioners.

She said: “We have a very clear focus on prevention and early intervention and providing a highly visible and accessible service that is co-produced and co-developed at every stage of the care journey.

If you would like more information or to discuss the roles, please contact Jane on 07570 283425.

About Compass

Compass is an established mental health and wellbeing organisation

The new service builds on the experience and expertise gathered by Compass, a well established wellbeing and mental health charity which has been engaged in this work for over 30 years.

Compass has a school nursing service and a young people’s drug and alcohol service in Warwickshire and in Harrow. It runs Mental Health Support Teams in schools and colleges in Lincolnshire, Lancashire and South Yorkshire and Derbyshire.

The organisation has an existing emotional wellbeing and mental health service in North Yorkshire. It also provides training for professionals, using its accumulated wisdom in mental health and wellbeing.