Latest vacancies

Child and Adolescent Trauma Therapist – Frankie

As part of the No Limits Frankie Service for children and young people in Hampshire, the Child and Adolescent Trauma Therapist will provide psychological support / therapeutic interventions with young people aged 0-18 years who have been sexually abused, sexually exploited or experienced Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). 20hrs per week over 3 days fixed term, SCP 20 – 25 £25,991 – £29,577 ( pro rata based on 37 hours FTE). Apply by 9am Thursday 15th October 2020

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HYA Children’s Counsellor – One to One & Groups

No Limits are seeking a skilled and passionate counsellor to deliver one to one counselling to children aged 5-10 and therapeutic group sessions to children aged 11+ across Hampshire as part of Hampshire Youth Access (HYA). This role will be based at  variety of venues within the community across Hampshire and at the No Limits head office in Southampton. 37 hours per week, SCP 20 - 25 £25,991 - £29,577 Apply by 9am Thursday 15th October 2020

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Youth Worker Lead – Mental Health – Safe Haven, Southampton (12hrs)

Safe Haven is a service for young people aged 11-18 across Southampton who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and need access to instant emotional and practical support. The Lead Youth Worker will work within a team of youth workers and volunteers to facilitate an open access to this safe haven for young people in need of support with their Emotional Health & Wellbeing (EHWB) and Mental Health. 12 hours per week, to include days, Saturday morning, 2-3 evenings per working week, SCP 11 £21,166( pro rata based on 37 hours FTE) Apply by 9am Monday 19th October 2020

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Youth Worker – Mental Health – Safe Haven, North Hants & Farnham (9hrs)

Safe Haven is a service for young people aged 11-18 across North Hampshire and Farnham who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and need access to instant emotional and practical support. The Youth Worker will work within a team of youth workers and volunteers to facilitate an open access to this safe haven for young people in need of support with their Emotional Health & Wellbeing (EHWB) and Mental Health. We are looking for someone who is committed to young people and youth work, reliable, thorough, organised, flexible, and able to use their initiative and work within policies and procedures. 9 hours per week, to include days, Saturday morning, 2-3 evenings per working week, SCP 9, £20903 (pro rata based on 37hrs per week FTE) Apply by 9am Monday 12th October 2020

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Youth Worker Lead – Mental Health – Safe Haven, North Hants & Farnham (14hrs)

Safe Haven is a service for young people aged 11-18 across North Hampshire and Farnham who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and need access to instant emotional and practical support. The Lead Youth Worker will work within a team of youth workers and volunteers to facilitate an open access to this safe haven for young people in need of support with their Emotional Health & Wellbeing (EHWB) and Mental Health. 14 hours per week, to include days, Saturday morning, 2-3 evenings per working week, SCP 11 £21,166( pro rata based on 37 hours FTE). Apply by 9am Monday 12th October 2020.

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Primary Mental Health Worker (Maternity Cover)

An exciting opportunity has opened in our Primary Mental Health project - a partnership between No Limits and CAMHS (Child and adolescent mental health service) to provide an early intervention approach supporting children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing. Working within ‘getting help’ of the iThrive model the PMHWs will work in localities supporting children and young people through, one-to-one and group-based interventions. This post will also involve working two days a week in the single point of access in CAMHS triaging referrals. Full-time 37hrs per week for 6-9month maternity cover, SCP 9 £20,903p.a. Apply by 9am Monday 19th October 2020

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Programme Manager – Smoking Prevention (Young People)

Responsible for delivering the contract for the Smoking Prevention Programme with Young People, the Programme Manager - Smoking Prevention (Young People) will help deliver the aim of the Hampshire Tobacco Control Strategy 2018 to 2021: to work together to achieve a smoke free generation for Hampshire, focused on one of the strategy’s three objectives: Prevention with young people. The ideal candidate will have excellent written and verbal communications skills, and will be the Lead on the development of guidance and policy for educational and community-based settings for children aged 0-19 years within Hampshire. Salary: SCP 20 to SCP 24 (£25,991 - £28,672) based on 37 hours FTE, which equates to £14,751.65 - £16,273.30 p.a. for this 21 hours per week role. Apply [email protected] 9am Monday 5th October 2020

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Children’s Counsellor & Young Person’s Counselling Assessor

No Limits are seeking a skilled and passionate counsellor to deliver one to one counselling to children aged 5-10 across Hampshire as part of Hampshire Youth Access (HYA) and undertake Counselling assessments for No Limits young people’s Counselling service. 25 Hours per week over 4 days (3 days Counselling, 1 day CA). £25,295 - £28,785 (pro rate based on 37hr FTE). Apply by 9am Monday 21st September 2020

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Youth Worker – Specialist Information, Advice & Substance Worker

No Limits has a unique role available for the right candidate, offering the opportunity to work across two of our specialist teams DASH (Drug, Alcohol, Support and Health) and our Advice. We are looking for someone to offer brief interventions to some of the most vulnerable substance users and to support the Advice team to offer information, advice and support. 37 hours per week, with some evenings and weekends. SCP 9 £20,344. Apply by 9am Monday 21st September 2020

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Primary Mental Health Worker (22.5 Hours)

An exciting opportunity has opened in our Primary Mental Health project a partnership between No Limits and CAMHS (Child and adolescent mental health service). The PMHWs will be part of an early intervention approach supporting children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing.

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What a great place to work!

The best thing about working at No Limits is that everyone puts the needs of the young people first.  It’s great to work with so many people who care so passionately.

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