Paid Opportunity: Become Project Manager at Community Access Support Service (CASS)!

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Community Access Support Service (CASS) have an exciting opportunity to drive change in Bristol by joining the CASS team as a Project Manager.

CASS is a unique service that works with community, equality and faith groups to improve knowledge, confidence and awareness of mental health and emotional wellbeing, and improve links to services in Bristol. Find out more about what they do and their recent work here.

The work CASS does links community resilience and development, equalities, and access to mental health services – all of which are more critical than ever as we recover from the pandemic and consider ways to build a more equal world. CASS is commissioned by Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group, and is managed by Wellspring Settlement on behalf of the Healthy Living Consortium, a partnership of three organisations across Bristol; Wellspring Settlement in Inner and East Bristol, Knowle West Health Park in South Bristol, and Southmead Development Trust in North Bristol.

You can find out more about CASS on their website: https://www.cassbristol.org/

The CASS Project Manager will manage a team of Community Engagement Workers based at the three Healthy Living Consortium organisations, lead on the development and delivery of the project, and directly line manages the CASS Inner City and East Networker. Your responsibilities will include developing and maintaining strategic relationships with other mental health providers, partners in the statutory and VCSE sector, Public Health, Bristol City Council, and the Clinical Commissioning Group, as well as facilitating the Bristol Mental Health Equalities Diversity and Inclusion Working Group, and other strategic networks.

The deadline for applications is June 7th at midday, and interviews will be held on June 15th.

How to apply

Please contact sally.jobling@wsb.org.uk to request a job pack, or click visit the CASS website to download the forms.

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