Are you looking for a new challenge within a growing organisation that makes a real difference to people's lives? If so, Sahir House want to hear from you, they are looking to recruit a Counsellor (BACP Registered)
Salary: Circa £26,000 pro rata (+3% Employer Pension Contribution)
Hours: 14 hours per week
Location: Liverpool / Wirral
Sahir House is a Merseyside-based charity with a big heart. The organisation serves a unique dual purpose – they advocate for and support the needs of LGBTQ+ people and we promote better sexual health for all. Since their formation, the needs of people living with HIV has been core to their purpose.
They’re a bold and empowered community of LGBTQ+ people and allies engaged in creating a brighter shared future. They are there for people when they need them. They do this through their 1:1 support service, counselling, peer support groups, online community, community engagement, outreach programmes, partnerships and more.
What will you be doing?
This is a unique opportunity for a passionate and community-minded person to continue to develop their skills within their evolving regional charity as a BACP Registered Counsellor.
What are they looking for?
- Recognised Counselling Diploma qualification (Level 4) or higher
- BACP/UKCP/ NCS or equivalent Registration is ESSENTIAL - BACP Individual or Student Membership cannot be accepted
- Working towards accreditation is preferred
- Diverse and varied experience of providing counselling to different service users with a range of presenting issues and experience of working with complex cases
- Strong, professional and personal drive
- Empathic, compassionate and responsive
- Enthusiastic and self-motivated
They welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, regardless of their race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
What’s it like to work at Sahir House?
They want people to love working at Sahir House, so much so that’s it’s at the top of our agenda. They're a health and wellbeing charity so there’s a significant focus on their people’s welfare, supported by a good work-life balance and a workplace which is friendly, welcoming and nurturing. Staff are encouraged to develop and advance their professional knowledge, skills and experience in many ways - which is exceptionally helpful for their careers.
For further information and to apply
Please visit their website to download an Application Pack:
Alternatively, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The final day for applications is 9am, Monday 19th June 2023
Interviews expected to be held on Monday 3rd July 2023