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Applications close at 23:59 on the stated closing date

Relationships & Business Development Manager

We know that still too many people in our communities struggle to access the timely therapeutic help they need, and we work hard to change that.

Since its inception, Northpoint has grown and developed into a successful organisation working in partnership with statutory services and other voluntary sector agencies to deliver the best outcomes for clients and funders. We now support over 5,000 clients annually, employing around 160 staff, with an income of £6m pa.

We are seeking a Relationships & Business Development Manager to help raise the charity’s profile with commissioners & potential delivery partners, to develop our business development strategy, to source/develop opportunities for partnerships & new services, and to lead on bidding for contracts. The postholder will work as a member of Northpoint’s senior management team (SMT), helping to provide oversight & direction for the wider charity.

This is a new role within the organisation. It’s an opportunity for an enthusiastic and experienced individual to work collaboratively in a committed and forward-thinking organisation, and make a tangible difference to our clients. We are looking for someone who has the confidence and ability to think strategically, and yet is still prepared to be hands-on while prioritising and coping with multiple demands in a growing charity.

We know our services can make a real difference to the lives of people affected by emotional distress and mental ill-health. If this is a mission that you would like to be part of, we would love to hear from you.

If you would like an informal discussion about the role please contact the Charity Director: jon.davis@northpoint.org.uk

Salary: £48,910 – £56,250 pro rata

Key dates:
Closing date: Sunday 18 April
Interviews: date to be arranged

Further details and how to apply:
Please see:

  1. How to submit your application
  2. Job Description
  3. Person Specification
  4. About Northpoint

Primary Care Mental Health Practitioner

We require a Primary Care Mental Health Practitioner to join the Leeds Mental Wellbeing Service.

Predominantly working as part of an integrated team, the post-holder will provide telephone triage and face-to-face assessment and decision-making support to ensure that patients with common mental health needs gain access to the most appropriate pathway and intervention.

This role is an exciting opportunity for mental health/wellbeing practitioners to work within primary care (GP surgeries and community health centres) to provide symptom management, triage and care navigation to patients referred by their GPs.

The role is part time, 17.5 hours per week, all year round offered as a permanent contract.

Salary: £24,907 – £30,615 pro rata (to 35 hours)

Key dates:
Deadline for applications: 30 April
Interviews: date to be arranged

Further details and how to apply:
Please see:

  1. How to submit your application
  2. Job Description
  3. Person Specification
  4. About Northpoint

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