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We regularly have opportunities for Psychologists and Psychotherapists.  We are also seeking Trustees to join our amazing Board. Do please scroll through the range of positions and apply through the links provided. We’d love you to be part of our Brandon Centre team.

Senior Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist

Vacancy now closed

Salary:  £52,963 pa pro rata

Contract:  Permanent

Hours: Part-time, flexible working, home or remote working, compressed hours, term time hours

Join Our Legacy: Senior Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist Wanted at Brandon Centre!

Are you an experienced and passionate psychoanalytic psychotherapist ready to make a significant impact on the lives of young people in North London? Brandon Centre, a trailblazer in providing counselling and psychotherapy services for over 50 years, is seeking an exceptional individual to join our psychotherapy team as a Senior Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist.

You will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of our counselling and psychotherapy services. Your expertise and dedication will directly contribute to the well-being and resilience of young people facing diverse challenges. This is a unique opportunity to be part of an organisation with a rich history and an unwavering commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of young people.

Trustee Recruitment opportunities

These roles are integral to the ongoing success of Brandon Centre as we aim to support even more young people in Camden and Islington. If you are looking for a Trustee position in one of the key disciplines below, we would love to welcome you to the Board.

Fundraising Trustee. Ref: FT/BC 

We’re looking for a Trustee with a business development, fundraising and communications background and with a sound understanding and substantial experience of charity fundraising at both strategic and operational levels.

The Fundraising Trustee will provide overall Trustee leadership and drive for our fundraising, events, marketing, and communications, and will be supported very closely by the Chair of the Business Development and Fundraising Committee, CEO, Head of Finance, and our Business Development Manager.

Main purpose of the role

To ensure Brandon Centre is in the best possible position to develop and deliver our fundraising, marketing, and communications by providing strategic guidance and support in the following areas:

  • maintaining strong relationships with existing donors and supporters
  • progressing new grant sources and fundraising opportunities
  • developing and monitoring a fundraising plan aligned with budget requirements
  • submitting and monitoring fundraising progress reports and evaluation requirements in accordance with the Fundraising Policy

The Fundraising Trustee will also:

  • be an active member and support the work of the Business Development and Fundraising Committee
  • maintain knowledge of current fundraising procedures and legislation affecting activities within the charitable sector
  • be a member of Brandon Centre’s Board of Trustees

Specific duties

  1. To develop and implement a system to increase income:
  • provide regular information to Trustees and the Brandon Centre Board’s Fundraising Committee about funding possibilities and opportunities
  • work with the Trustees, Fundraising Committee, and other members of the Brandon Centre Board to create clear and realistic targets
  • provide information and support for grant applications and subsequent monitoring and evaluation reporting
  • support the promotion of Gift Aid reclaims amongst fundraisers for the Brandon Centre Board
  1. To contribute to fundraising events:
  • support and attend new and existing events when required
  • work with the Fundraising Committee and supporting organisations to develop new fundraising events
  • a commitment to supporting Brandon Centre to increase our income through a calendar of fundraising events and business development

Skills & experience required

We are interested in meeting applicants with most or all of the following:

  • experience in charitable fundraising environments and knowledge of fundraising ‘best practices’
  • experience in prioritising and working to deadlines
  • good communication skills (verbal and written)
  • a commitment to supporting the aims of the Brandon Centre Board
  • sound, independent judgement
  • a proactive approach with the ability to think creatively
  • an understanding and acceptance of the legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of trusteeship
  • the ability to work effectively both independently and as part of the Board of Trustees
  • passion for supporting transformational change for young people
  • lived experience of the challenges that affect young people’s mental health and wellbeing

To apply, please email: emmasaunders@brandoncentre.org.uk

Clinical Trustee. Ref: CT/BC

As a Trustee with clinical experience gained through your current/past work as, for example, a GP, Consultant, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Social Worker, Nurse with knowledge of community & primary care, or a mental health and wellbeing worker, you will work closely with our Head of Mental Health and the CEO, providing support and advice on clinical matters.

Main purpose of the role

The Clinical Trustee’s role is to lead the Board in carrying out its responsibility of ensuring Brandon Centre’s Clinical Services are delivered to the highest quality and safety standards and you will be:

  • an active member and support the work of the Quality, Safety & Risk Committee
  • maintain knowledge of relevant current legislation affecting activities within the charitable sector

Specific duties

The Clinical Trustee will bring relevant and up-to-date clinical expertise to our Board of Trustees and will provide overall leadership and direction for our clinical services including:

  • understanding and presenting clinical reports to the Board in a format that helps the Board of Trustees understand the charity’s clinical position and key areas requiring Board focus
  • advising the Board about its clinical contracted and regulated responsibilities
  • building a close working relationship with Brandon Centre clinicians and services through regular Trustee visits, discussions and workshops where relevant
  • participating actively in the Quality, Safety & Risk Committee and providing Trustee guidance in, and scrutiny of, clinical performance reports, policies and findings

Skills & experience required

We are interested in meeting applicants with most or all of the following:

  • a clinical background, ideally currently working as a GP/Consultant, Psychologist/Psychotherapist, Social Worker, Nurse with knowledge of community & primary care, or mental health and wellbeing worker
  • demonstrable success in a healthcare, charitable or public sector organisation
  • experience in prioritising and working to deadlines
  • good communication skills (verbal and written)
  • a commitment to supporting the aims of Brandon Centre and to ensure the Quality, Safety and Risk Committee is an effective oversight sub-committee
  • sound independent judgement
  • a proactive and collaborative approach
  • an understanding and acceptance of the legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of trusteeship
  • the ability to work effectively both independently and as part of the Board of Trustees
  • passion for supporting transformational change for young people
  • lived experience of the challenges that affect young people’s mental health and wellbeing.

To apply, please email: emmasaunders@brandoncentre.org.uk