Opportunities at Northpoint

Applications close at 23:59 on the stated closing date


Northpoint Wellbeing  are one of the largest charitable providers of therapeutic services in the region, working with adults, children and young people, our vision is a society where people experiencing mental health problems, distress, or disturbance can receive the support they need at the time they need it. To help us achieve this vision we are actively seeking an experienced Administrator to join our high performing, supported service team. 

Your profile: 

  • You have a positive can-do attitude 
  • Strong attention to detail and highly organised 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • You are adaptable and able to think outside the box
  • You understand the importance of discretion and confidentiality 
  • Value difference and individuality  

Key Experience: 

  • Previous experience in an Administration/ Data Entry role 
  • Have minimum of 5 GCSE’s or equivalent at Grade C or above including Maths and English, or have significant relevant working experience of working in data input  
  • Proven ability to work with high workloads of data entry and administration 
  • Experience using systems and databases and high ability across the Microsoft Office suite including Work, Excel and Outlook. Experience working to tight deadlines 

What’s in it for you?  

  • £22 250 per annum basic salary , based on a 35 hour week 
  • 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays and 3 bank days between Christmas and New year 
  • Flexible/Remote/Hybrid working  
  • Career development in a growing organisation with huge aspirations to make a real difference to people needing mental health support. 

If this sounds like you, please apply here.

We look forward to hearing from you!  

You can read the full Job Description here.

For enquiries or an informal chat about this opportunity please contact – Donna Harris, Admin Manager – 07590808262 or Florence Applegate, Recruitment Coordinator – 07850900174 or email and someone will get in touch with you.

Closing date: Wednesday 17th August.
Interviews will be held in person on 23rd or 24th August (TBC).

School Therapist Roles – Various Opportunities

This is an exciting opportunity to make a positive difference to the lives of children, young people and families. We are currently recruiting a number of School Therapist roles to join an established team and work within Leeds Schools in Clusters across the city.

The therapists will deliver one-to-one short-term therapeutic interventions to primary and secondary school children referred through the clusters.

The exact nature of the therapeutic work will depend on the presenting issues and on the theoretical orientation of the post-holder. Work will normally last for 6 to 8 weekly sessions, but may be extended depending on factors such as the degree of engagement/clinical need/likelihood of CAMHS involvement etc. Any group interventions would also be consistent with the above approaches.

For the full Job Description and to apply:

For more details and an informal chat please contact – Theresa Passey, Schools Services Manager:  Mobile: 07874 864771 email:

Closing date: Wednesday 17th August.

Interviews will be held in person on Thursday 25th August.

Early Implementer -Community Wellbeing Connector

The Community Connectors will support people to achieve better mental health and wellbeing, increasing independence and supporting recovery.   

They will work as part of a Multi-Disciplinary team with a case load of clients across the Local Care Partnership area, and use a personalised approach to support people, using coaching and motivational interviewing. Through this they will help clients identify support and services in the local community, that support their recovery, and motivate and enable them to engage with these services.   

Community Connectors will be experienced in working with, and building relationships with, people with a variety of mental health needs. They will be adept at managing risks and safeguarding concerns.  

(Please note the name of the role is a working title based on the national guidance – the final title of the role will be co-produced.) 

What is the Community Mental Health Transformation Programme?  

The Community Mental Health Transformation programme is a new way of supporting adults and older adults with ongoing and complex mental health needs. This new approach will allow more people to get the support they need when they need it. It will provide mental health support at a local level, and there will also be help and advice for other issues such as housing, benefits, employment, and physical health; all in the same place.  

 The programme focuses on supporting individuals who have ongoing and complex mental health needs, sometimes referred to as people with Severe Mental Illness (SMI). In this context, this covers a range of needs and diagnoses, including but not limited to, people with; bipolar disorder, ‘personality disorder’ diagnosis, eating disorders, severe depression and mental health rehabilitation needs – some of which may co-exist with frailty, cognitive impairments, neurodiversity, or substance use.  

This video gives a really good summary of the proposed changes. 

Hours, Contract & Salary 

Community Connectors are full time, permanent contracts, with a salary range of £25,419 – £27,514  

If you have any questions around the roles, please contact 

Please take a look at the full Community Connectors Job Description and Person Specification for the role. You can also read Northpoint’s Terms and Conditions of Employment here. 

To apply for this role, please complete an application form here:  

Please note the closing date for applications is 7th August. 

Lived Experience Practitioner – Trauma Informed Group Support 

Northpoint Wellbeing Service has been commissioned to run an innovative Therapeutic Community (Trauma Informed Group Support) pilot, as part of integrated primary care provision, for 18 months initially. 

We envisage that this pilot will meet the needs of young people, who have experienced trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s), in a flexible and responsive way that is different to the current provision available. It increases the availability of trauma informed therapeutic provision within the city and will be delivered at accessible venues. 

Leeds has a high student population with many young people living away from their home networks and support for the first time. This cohort presents some particular challenges to professionals currently working within primary care; in particular the need to contain and support young people experiencing distress who have experienced a number of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and past trauma. 

The postholder will uphold the principles and structure of the pilot, the primary aim being to enable service users to effectively engage in both the preparatory and group phases. You will help group members work on interpersonal relationships, destructive behaviours and improve engagement with local services. The postholder will be open to developing the role in the context of service development and improvement.

Read the full Job description and personal specficiation here: Lived exp. Practitioner Job description and Person Specification FINAL v2

If you would like an informal discussion regarding the role please contact Shaema Saleh – Operational Services Manager  – 

To apply complete an application form here:   

Closing Date: 7th August.

Student Placements

Unfortunately we are not in a position to offer placement opportunities to students on counselling training courses.

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