We are currently recruiting  for the following vacancies:

Clinical Operations Manager

The Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service (LMWS) is a new service launched in Nov 2019. It combines the pre-existing Leeds IAPT Service (offering talking therapies to adult NHS patients) with a broader mental wellbeing support offer based in primary care settings (GP surgeries, health centres etc). 

The service is delivered by a partnership of Third Sector and NHS organisations. 

This is an opportunity for a therapist or mental health professional to manage a team of staff within the service, working as part of a larger team of Clinical Operations Managers, Deputy Operational Team Managers, and Clinical Leads. 

The post-holder will manage Northpoints team of IAPT counsellors, working in a defined geographical area of Leeds, supported by a Deputy Team Manager. The role involves supporting service delivery and staff management in a high-volume clinical service, with elements of matrix-management.

Salary: £38,890 – £44,503 

Working Pattern: Full time, 35 hours/week

Contract: Permanent

Deadline for applications: 7 December

For more information about this post, including details of how to apply please see the full details on NHS Jobs

Board Secretary

We are seeking a Secretary to the Board, to work on a freelance/consultancy basis (14 hours per month) to support the Board in the responsible and effective conduct of its role, and providing where appropriate, a discreet challenging and independent voice in relation to Board deliberations and decision-making.

The Secretary will be primarily responsible for:

  • providing assistance and support to the Chair of the Board of Trustees and the Charity Director, to enable the Board to meet their legal obligations and ensure compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements affecting the charity’s governance.
  • supporting the Trustees to organise trustee recruitment, induction, and ongoing training.
  • acting as a link between the Board of Trustees and the Charity Director & Senior Management team.

This is a great opportunity to support a growing organisation providing services to support the mental health of children, young people, and adults in our community.

For more information about the post please see:

To apply please submit a CV and supporting letter, including details of your normal hourly/daily rate, in confidence, to by 30 November 2020. 

(To arrange an informal conversation about the role, please email the Charity Director at )

Mental Health Practitioners – Inner East and TNCP Clusters

We are recruiting for qualified and experienced practitioners to join the TNCP and Inner East Cluster teams.

The practitioners will offer consultations and assessments for families, young people and other professionals to support obtaining the most appropriate mental health support for children and young people. They may also deliver some one-to-one short-term therapeutic interventions to primary and secondary school pupils referred through the cluster.

Salary: £26,260 – £32,830 pro rata

Both roles are for 21 hours per week, all year round offered as a permanent contract.

Key dates:

  • Deadline for applications Thursday 26 November 23.59
  • Interviews: Thursday 3 December

For more information about the posts including details of how to apply please see the full details on NHS Jobs


Northpoint Wellbeing is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and young people. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be undertaken before all appointments.

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