An independent registered charity, IMAGINE provides community based mental health services to people who need support with life skills, housing, empowerment and community participation. Through our innovative person centred solutions, we aim to help each individual make the right lifestyle choices for their particular needs.
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MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTS ASSISTANT REF 13/37
Based in Liverpool
Salary £23,230 p.a. – 21 hours per week (flexible)
A new post has been established in the Finance team to develop and maintain effective financial reporting throughout the organisation. You will assist in preparing financial and management accounts to meet both statutory financial reporting requirements and to assist in improving and developing the finance team’s support for the organisation’s operational and business planning processes. You will need to demonstrate competencies in the following areas:
· Excellent technical accounting skills
· Awareness of statutory financial reporting requirements
· Excellent IT and communication skills
· Ability to work independently, with good organisational skills
Our benefits include a generous holiday allowance, contributory pension scheme and career development opportunities. An enhanced disclosure is required for this post.
To obtain a job application pack visit www.imaginementalhealth.org.uk, completed applications should be returned by email to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the relevant reference number.
Closing date for all applications is 13th December 2013
Interviews will be held week beginning 6th January 2014
Imagine aims to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community. Registered Charity No. 1010203
ADMINISTRATOR Ref: 13/38
Based in London Borough of Croydon – 18hrs per week, flexible
Salary: £9,986 p.a. including London weighting.
To provide secretarial and administrative support for the London Assistant Director and Imagine London offices. The post holder will be primarily based in Croydon although there will be times when travel to the other London offices will be required.
We are looking for a person with at least two years’ office experience. A good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and databases is essential. Main duties will be dealing with month-end paper-work, petty cash and supporting our London offices with specific projects e.g. preparing papers for meetings, events, training. Other duties will include maintaining personnel systems, filing and other general clerical duties.
We are committed to having a staff team that is representative of our client group, and welcome applications from people who have personal experience of using or having used mental health services, are disabled and/or from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
Our benefits include contributory pension scheme, generous holiday allowance and career development opportunities. To apply, please download an application pack and the Job Description and Person Specification forms at the bottom of this page. (Refs: Employment Application Form 2013/London Administrator/ Admin JD Croydon/ Admin PS Croydon). You can email your completed application to: email@example.com or for further information, telephone Imagine on 0151 709 2366 quoting job reference number.
CLOSING DATE 5pm 11th December 2013. Please email completed application forms to firstname.lastname@example.org or if by post to
25 Hope Street
An enhanced DBS will be required for this post
Thank you for your interest in working for Imagine. If you wish to apply for one of the posts advertised please note a job description, person specification, and application form, and ex-offenders statement are available as download documents below.
All candidates should read the Ex-offenders statement and if relevant complete and submit disclosures clearly marked "for the attention of I Brodie Browne".
When completing the application form you should pay particular attention to the points in the person specification, our short-listing procedure is based on how well candidates match these requirements. Please read the guidance notes on the application form carefully and note that we do not accept CV’s.
The monitoring form is confidential and will be separated from your application before short-listing. By completing the monitoring form you will help us to monitor the effectiveness of our policy in attracting candidates from all sections of the community.
Completed applications can be emailed, direct to Head Office:
or posted, to the named administrator identified in the job advertisement.
Imagine are unable to respond to all unsuccessful applicants, Usually, successful applicants are contacted within 3 weeks of the closing date, if you have not heard from us in that timeframe your application should be considered unsuccessful on this occasion.
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£7.81 per hour, includes holiday pay, plus a sleep-in payment of £25 per night (where applicable).
Covering Merseyside Area as follows:
We require a small team of ‘area based’ casual relief support workers to work on an ‘as and when required’ basis, to provide holiday and sickness cover in accommodation and floating support settings.
As part of a team, you would provide effective person-centred support to service users in their own homes and in the community. It is work that demands a wide variety of life experience, and either an experience of working with vulnerable people, in a paid or voluntary capacity or an understanding of how mental health issues may impact on individuals.
Covering London Borough of Redbridge Area as follows:
Imagine require a small team of casual relief support workers to work on an ‘ as and when required basis’, to work in Mental health Drop Ins in Redbridge.
Your role will include encouraging and supporting service users to take on roles within the service; providing advice and guidance; key holding; managing petty cash; supporting service users to shop and organise snacks and hot drinks; responding to service user individual needs.
This is an ideal opportunity for the right individuals to gain experience of working within a national mental health organisation.
The right candidate will have the following attributes:
Have a positive ‘can do attitude’
Be sensitive to individuals needs
Have excellent communication skills
Be self motivated
All candidates must be available to work at short notice
A full induction programme will be provided.
Please note, we shortlist from information on the application form only
Please do not submit your CV. An enhanced DBS will be required for this post.