Who we are

Hertfordshire Mind Network has been providing innovative mental health services in the county since 1970. We are an independent local charity, federated to national Mind.  The need for our services is higher than ever which has resulted in a number of exciting opportunities arising across our organisation.

If you would like to be part of a rapidly growing mental health organisation, which is making a real difference in your local community, then please take a look at our range of vacancies. 

The recruitment process is very simple. Just submit your CV and a supporting statement outlining which role you have a preference for and why your skills and experience would be beneficial.

Salaries range from £19,000 to £24,000 with full and part-time roles available.  Because of current restrictions we are working remotely but will return to offices as soon as possible. 

Closing date for all vacancies is 5pm on the 27th January

Interviews will take place on the 4th or 5th February.

Our vacancies

Please scroll down the page to see all of our new roles, or use the links below to take you to each service.

IAPT Wellbeing Access Worker

Mums Matter Perinatal Services

Primary Care Network Project

Community Support Service

Nightlight Service

Crisis Cafe

IAPT - Wellbeing Access Worker
The Wellbeing Access Worker will work closely in partnership with Hertfordshire Mind Network and the Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust Wellbeing Service to improve access and reach of mental health provision across Hertfordshire for individuals 16+. The post holder will play a key role in marketing and promoting both organisation’s provision as well as ensuring relationships between both partners are maintained. The post holder will work to ensure that individuals who need to access mental health support are able to by providing accurate information and guidance.

The role available is Wellbeing Access Worker

For more information please contact Carys Norman – [email protected]

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Mums Matter - Perinatal Services
Hertfordshire Mind Network has an exciting opportunity to expand our Perinatal mental health provision. We are recruiting a Mums Matter Lead Facilitator to support new mums struggling with their mental health during the perinatal period. The post holder will have experience of supporting people with poor mental health, and show good understanding of some of the difficulties new mums may face. They will also have experience of providing 1:1 support and group facilitation, with excellent IT skills and knowledge of MS Teams and/or Zoom. The role will involve delivery of structured courses with 1:1 peer support alongside.

The role available is Lead Facilitator

For more information please contact Carys Norman – [email protected]

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Primary Care Network Project
The PCN project works within GP practices in the pilot area. The Community Support Worker will receive referrals from the Community Mental Health Worker based within the GP practices. The aim of the project is to increase early access to help for people experiencing mental ill health, by providing a clear and effective pathway to services provided by Herts Mind Network and other third sector and statutory providers. 

The roles available are Community Support Worker and Team Leader.

For more information please contact Danielle Levy - [email protected]

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Community Support Service

The Community Support Service works in partnership with local councils and Healthy Hubs.  The aim of the project is to provide advice, information, onward referral and holistic support to clients who are experiencing mental ill health or need support with their mental wellbeing. These will be clients who are presenting to the Police, Anti-Social Behaviour, Tenancy Enforcement, Housing and Environmental Health Services.  

The roles available are Community Outreach Worker.

For more information please contact Danielle Levy - [email protected]

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Nightlight Service

Nightlight is a Hertfordshire countywide mental health crisis service. It provides emotional and practical support to people in crisis either via Crisis Workers. Support is delivered via helpline or face to face in one of the service centres which are based in Hemel Hempstead, Borehamwood and Ware. 

Flexible contracts with shifts split on a rota basis over 7 days a week covering: 10am-6pm (Saturdays and Sundays), 6pm-2am (everyday), 1am-9am (Sundays and Mondays), 2am-10am (Fridays and Saturdays)

(please note, slight variations per role will apply).

*adaptions currently in place for covid-19 regulations.

The roles available are:

  • Nightlight Crisis Support Worker (Hemel Hempstead)
  • Nightlight Crisis Support Worker (Ware)

For more information please contact Farhanah Iqbal - [email protected]

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Crisis Café Service

Crisis Cafe is a drop-in support mental health crisis service. It provides emotional and practical support to people in crisis via Crisis Workers and use of the safe space facilities.

Flexible contracts with shifts split on a rota basis over 7 days a week covering 6pm-11pm Monday – Friday, and 3pm-11pm Saturday – Sunday (please note, slight variations per role will apply)

*adaptions currently in place for covid-19 regulations

The roles available are:

  • Crisis Cafe Coordinator (Watford)
  • Crisis Cafe Crisis Support Worker (Bishop's Stortford)
  • Crisis Cafe Crisis Support Worker (Watford)

For more information please contact Farhanah Iqbal - [email protected]

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