Children and Young People’s Peer Support Coordinator

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Role: Children and Young People’s Peer Support Coordinator


Hours: Full-Time, 35 hours per week
Starting salary: £25,767
Location: Contractual base is our office in Chorley. You will be working in youth settings in East Lancashire: Blackburn with Darwen, Pendle and Burnley

Do you want to join an organisation who are passionate about improving mental health and wellbeing for Lancashire communities? 

We’re looking for a bold and caring person to join our Children and Young People’s team. We want someone who has experience of engaging and working with young people in community settings, ideally in Lancashire.

To succeed in the role, you will need excellent communication skills, be confident, driven and have the ability to work autonomously in the community. You will be open, hardworking, creative and able to quickly build rapport with young people.

You will have experience working with the community and voluntary sector and understand the barriers some young people face to achieving good mental health and wellbeing.

This is an exciting time for Lancashire Mind as our children and young people’s services are growing, enabling us to reach and support more people. We want someone who believes in our vision of a Lancashire where everyone can have the best mental health and wellbeing possible.


Lancashire Mind has a dedicated workplace wellbeing programme to ensure staff are supported with their own wellbeing which includes an Employee Assistance Programme, a half-day wellbeing day and wellbeing activities throughout the year.

We also offer a workplace pension scheme, paid emergency time off to care for dependents, regular supervision, and a commitment to supporting learning and development opportunities. We have also recently enhanced our annual leave offer with basic annual leave of 25 days, plus 3 days closure between Christmas and new year, long service leave, the option to buy or sell annual leave and a half-day wellbeing day for all staff.

Above all, we are a friendly and supportive place to work; ‘Great staff team, positive and supportive culture’ (Lancashire Mind wellbeing survey, March 2024)

Important Details

Deadline for applications: 9am on 22 May
Interviews will be held on 30 May

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Please note

Please note: Lancashire Mind follows Safer Recruitment practices and have a commitment to safeguarding people who use our services. Therefore, this post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. If invited to interview, we will ask you to provide evidence of your qualifications and right to work.

Applications must be made using the Lancashire Mind job application form, CVs will not be accepted.

If you are unable to access this online, please call us on 01257 231 661 to request a recruitment pack.

Lancashire Mind is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community, particularly candidates with a lived experience of mental health conditions who fulfill all the criteria within the person specification.

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