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Hello and welcome to our careers page.

Any current vacancies we have are listed below and will be advertised on our social media channels.

Please note: For all vacancies, TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Thank you for your interest in working at TIC+.

TIC+ Team Support Administrator

Are you looking for a chance to be part of a flourishing team in a charity that is making a real difference to the lives of children and young people seeking support with their mental health? By joining our expanding Coordination and Safeguarding team, you will be part of the team that is the ‘front door’ for children, young people and parents contacting TIC+, helping them get the help and support they need.

TIC+ is experiencing a period of significant development as our services and influence expand and demand for our support rises. The TIC+ Team Support Administrator will add capacity to our friendly, busy team and help ensure more people can access our services.

Could you be the human face of TIC+? Do you enjoy responding, in the moment, to a wide range of queries and requests for support via telephone, text, email and online chat? Could you provide a front-door service within a helping organisation? If so, you may be the person TIC+ is looking for. We are recruiting for a member of the Coordination and Safeguarding Team; it’s a role where no two days are the same. You will be able to work collaboratively and manage changing priorities in order to provide the best possible outcomes for the young people and their families who access our services. You’ll need to be comfortable interacting with a wide range of people, providing advice and information on how to access mental health support for children and young people. You’ll be skilled at putting people at ease, assessing their needs and providing a professional, welcoming, empathic response. In addition to strong communication skills, the ideal candidate will possess sound IT skills, as the role requires accurate data entry, and use of Microsoft Office. You will have experience of following administrative policies and processes, but more importantly understand the nature of working confidentially, with the ability to convey warmth and compassion to our service users.

At TIC+, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse individuals, skills, experiences and abilities.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Place of work: The base for this role is Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, GL17 0DD

Terms: Permanent subject to successful completion of probationary period

Hours: 30 – 37.5 hours per week (negotiable)

Rate of Pay: £21,762 per annum pro-rata (£11.16 /hr) – Pending pay rise – April 2024

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 10th April 2024 at 12:00pm. Please note that we reserve the right to close applications early should the right candidate be found

Interview: Unless advised to attend earlier by invitation, interviews will be held Thursday 18th April and Tuesday 23rd April 2024. Interviews will be held at our Head Office- Office 73, 4th floor, Building 8, Vantage Point Business Park, Mitcheldean, Glos. GL17 0DD

To apply: Download the Job Pack here

Download the application form here

Download our diversity monitoring questionnaire here

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it means that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

TIC+ Database Administrator

Are you looking for a new challenge within an organisation that values you and is making a real difference to the lives of young people?

At TIC+, we reach hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support and advice to parents/carers and training for professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

A position has become available within our Data and IT team. As an integral part of our team, you will work to improve data quality, support the production of data reports.

With that in mind, the ideal candidate will be a great communicator. Whether it’s conversation or correspondence, you must be clear, tenacious, accurate. You must also be able to uphold a high degree of confidentiality.

We are all about people at TIC+. We want you to bring your authentic self to work giving you the space to be yourself whether that is creative, outgoing, quiet, courageous, observant or any other attributes you may have.

At TIC+, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse individuals, skills, experiences and abilities.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Place of work: The base for this role is Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, GL17 0DD

Terms: Permanent contract (subject to funding)

Hours: This post is for a minimum number of 22.5 hours per week

Rate of Pay: £11.16/hr – pay rise pending 1st April 2024

Closing date for applications: 12:00pm, Wednesday 10th April 2024

Interview: Week commencing 22nd April 2024

To apply: Download the Job Pack here

Download the application form here

Download our diversity monitoring questionnaire here

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it means that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Maternity cover - Marketing & Communications Lead

Are you looking for a new challenge, within an organisation that values you and is making a real difference to the lives of young people?

At TIC+, we reach hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support and advice to parents/carers and training for professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

A position has become available within our Marketing and Communications team to cover maternity leave.  As an integral part of our team, you will support the work of TIC+ in its engagement with young people and supporters, through marketing and communications using social media, website, presentation, and online/printed materials.

You will develop and deliver the TIC+ marketing and communications strategy, ensuring that it lands with impact among the external and internal audiences.

You will ensure our values resonate with supporters, funders and the young people and families we are here to support. Your established marketing and communications skills will contribute towards the creation of effective and memorable campaigns, which deliver against the strategic objectives of the organisation.

With that in mind, the ideal candidate will be a great communicator. Whether it’s conversation or correspondence, you must be clear, tenacious, accurate. You must also be able to uphold a high degree of confidentiality.

In return you will enjoy the support of an organisation committed to those we support, our staff and supporters. We will invest in you, your passion and purpose because we want to motivate you, and everyone who works with us, to make a difference to the lives of young people and their families, and the county in which we operate.

You will be a considered individual, who cares about people, and making a difference where it matters most. This role requires an individual who is driven to support TIC+ to achieve its ambitions at pace, today and in the future.

We are all about people at TIC+. We want you to bring your authentic self to work giving you the space to be yourself whether that is creative, outgoing, quiet, courageous, observant or any other attributes you may have.

At TIC+, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse individuals, skills, experiences and abilities.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Place of work: The base for this role is Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, GL17 0DD

Terms: 9-month temporary contract (with possibility to extend)

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Rate of Pay: £16.90/hr (£32,995 pa)

Closing date for applications: 12:00pm, Wednesday 24th April 2024

Interview: Week commencing 29th April 2024

To apply: Download the Job Pack here

Download the application form here

Download our diversity monitoring questionnaire here

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it means that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Parent Support Group (PSG) Co-Facilitator

Are you looking for a new challenge, within an organisation that values you and is making a real difference to the lives of young people?

Are you an excellent communicator with experience and knowledge related to mental health and parenting?

At TIC+, we reach hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support and advice to parents/carers and providing training for professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We have an exciting opportunity for Co-facilitators to join our successful and passionate Parent Support Team.

As a Parent Support Group (PSG) Co-Facilitator, you will assist our Lead facilitators in the delivery of our PSG groups.

The groups happen Face to Face in various settings throughout Gloucestershire as well as via online platforms. Therefore it is essential the you are proficient and comfortable working in these communication mediums.

At TIC+, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse individuals, skills, experiences and abilities.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Place of work:

Various Locations throughout Gloucestershire

Terms: Zero hour contract, starting 1st April subject to ongoing funding

Hours: Zero hours, you will be delivering PSG sessions on various dates, agreed in advance.

Rate of Pay: £15.07 per hour

Closing date for applications: Wednesday 6th March 2024

Interview: Week commencing 11th March 2024

To apply: Download the Job Pack here.

Download the application form here.

Download our diversity monitoring questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it means that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Clinical Manager Designate

Are you looking for a new challenge, within an organisation that values you and is making a real difference to the lives of young people?

At TIC+, we reach hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support and advice to parents/carers and training for professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

A position has become available within our Clinical Managers team. As an integral part of our team, you will work closely with our clinical staff, providing effective line management and fostering a supportive, collaborative, and growth-orientated team environment.

With that in mind, the ideal candidate will be a great communicator. Whether it’s conversation or correspondence, you must be clear, tenacious, accurate.

We are all about people at TIC+. We want you to bring your authentic self to work giving you the space to be yourself whether that is creative, outgoing, quiet, courageous, observant or any other attributes you may have.

At TIC+, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse individuals, skills, experiences and abilities.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Place of Work: The base for the post is Eastgate House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PX. The post holder will also be expected to work at across several sites in Gloucestershire, including the Head Office in Mitcheldean GL17 0DD.

Terms: Permanent contract (subject to funding)

Post: This is a part-time post 15 hours per week

Rate of Pay: £18.82 per hour

The closing date for applications: Monday 12th February 2024 – 5pm

Interview: Week commencing Monday 19th February 2024

To apply: Download the Job Pack here.

Download the application form here.

Download our diversity monitoring questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it means that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Executive Assistant to the Director of Operations

Are you an experienced Executive Assistant looking for a new challenge, within an organisation that values you and is making a real difference to the lives of young people?

At TIC+, we reach hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support and advice to parents/carers and training for professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We are excited to be growing our team and hiring an Executive Assistant for our Director of Operations at our Head office in the picturesque Forest of Dean.

As an integral part of our team, you will work closely with the Director of Operations to ensure the functions runs smoothly and efficiently. As one of our Executive Assistants, you will have daily contact with colleagues and external stakeholders. With that in mind, you will be a great communicator. Whether it’s conversation or correspondence, you will be clear, tenacious, accurate and persuasive in everything you do. You will collaborate well with both colleagues and stakeholders and at the same time, you will be brilliant at taking information on board.

We are all about people at TIC+. We want you to bring your authentic self to work giving you the space to be yourself whether that is creative, outgoing, quiet, courageous, observant or any other attributes you may have. At TIC+, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse individuals, skills, experiences and abilities.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Place of Work: The base for this role is the TIC+ Head Office in Mitcheldean GL17 0DD. The post holder may also be expected to work across several sites in Gloucestershire including Eastgate House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PX.

Post: Part time 20 hours a week. Hours can be delivered flexibly Monday – Friday between 8am and 6pm. Working from home optional 1 day a week.

Rate of Pay: £15.31 per hour

The closing date for applications: Friday 12th January 2024

Interview: TIC+ Head Office in Mitcheldean GL17 0DD

To apply: Download the Job Pack here.

Download the application form here.

Download our diversity questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it means that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

Youth Outreach & Engagement Officer

We have an exciting opportunity to join our charity as part of Gloucestershire County Council’s (GCC) ‘Levelling Up Together’ scheme. The role is for a Youth Outreach & Engagement Officer to deliver a short-term exclusive outreach programme, specifically targeting boys and young males aged 9-25yrs, aiming to address the gender imbalance in accessing mental health support in disadvantaged wards of Gloucestershire.

With your help, we believe that if we address the barriers that boys and young males face where they live and the challenging unhelpful stereotypes that exist, we can ensure that those from disadvantaged wards have better access to support and avoid long-term issues, including self-harm and suicidal thoughts.

The primary focus will be to engage with boys and young males to encourage them to access mental health support at an early stage, in locations where they are most comfortable and likely to engage. You will drive the programme forward by delivering workshops, focus groups and informal awareness raising sessions. You will build connections across multiple wards with a range of local clubs, schools, community groups and sports centres to highlight the issues surrounding mental health and identify ways to reduce the stigma around poor mental wellbeing among boys and young males.

You will be a people-person, with a strong sense of community, excellent communication skills and a passion and commitment to improving information, support and outcomes for boys and young males in Gloucestershire.

This post will require an Enhanced Adult and Child DBS check to be processed for the successful applicant.

At TIC+, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse individuals, skills, experiences and abilities.

Place of Work: The base for the post is Eastgate House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PX. The post holder will also be expected to work at across several sites in Gloucestershire, including the Head Office in Mitcheldean GL17 0DD.

Terms: 12 month fixed term contract (with potential to extend, subject to funding)

Post: This is a part-time post 25 hours per week

Rate of Pay: £24,813 FTE (£12.72p/h)

The closing date for applications: Wednesday 17th January 2024 at 9am

Interview: Eastgate House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester – Week commencing 22nd January 2024

This post has been made possible due to funding from the Levelling Up Together Fund 2023-24, awarded by Gloucestershire County Council and the Department of Levelling Up Housing and Communities (DLUHC).

To apply: Download the Job Pack here.

Download the application form here

Download our diversity questionnaire here

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it means that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Children & Young People Counselling - Eating Difficulties Service Lead

Following the successful launch of our community based counselling service for young people with eating difficulties (TEDS), TIC+ has received additional investment to expand the program from August/September 2023. The team is thrilled to be able to continue their work making a positive impact on the lives of even more young people in the community. The program focuses on interagency collaboration and research, aiming to improve the wellbeing of individuals and reduce their reliance on specialist services. We are looking for a dynamic, empathetic and supportive service lead who is excited by the opportunity of helping to develop an innovative, transformational service ensuring the best possible outcomes for children, young people and their families.

The right candidate for this role will have experience line managing a small team and ideally will have held a leadership role within new or developing services. They will be a qualified Children and Young People Counsellor and have successfully completed at least 50 hours specialist eating disorder training from a recognised provider. They will also have experience (1000 hours +) delivering therapeutic interventions to young people and their families and particularly to those presenting with eating difficulties. Ideally they will be BACP Accredited or must be willing to work towards accreditation.

Hours: Full and part time hours are available:

  • Full time = 5 days a week (37.5 hours)
  • Part time = 3 days a week (22.5 hours) or 4 days a week (30 hours a week)

Place of Work: The main base for this role is Eastgate House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PX. However, the post holder will also be expected to work across several sites in Gloucestershire including Mitcheldean, Stroud, and Cheltenham. Mileage will be paid for travel away from base.

Terms: Fixed Term 12 months (may be extended subject to funding).

Rate of Pay: £40,618 – £41,457 per annum (depending on experience)

Closing date for applications is: Friday 16th June 2023

Interviews will be held on: Wednesday 28th June 2023

To apply: Contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form: [email protected]

OR: Download a job pack here

Download the application form here.

Download our diversity questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

About TIC+

TIC+ is a charity established in 1993 serving Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. TIC+ reaches hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support & advice to parents & professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We offer:

  • Counselling – online, remote (video & phone) and face-to-face for children and young people
  • Family Counselling
  • Parent Support
  • Psycho-educational workshops for children, young people, parents & professionals

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it does mean that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ Digital Fundraising & Marketing Intern (PAID)

Are you passionate and self-motivated? Do you have excellent written and verbal communication skills? Would you like to use your abilities to break into working for a charity, helping to raise funds and making a difference to young people in Gloucestershire?

TIC+ are looking for a bright, articulate and creative individual for a new position to support both our fundraising activity and the Boys in Mind project, funded by the Levelling Up Fund for 1 year. Being an intern is often the first step to a career and presents an opportunity to experience work and learn new skills.

This role will offer an opportunity to increase your knowledge of charity marketing, communications, websites, PR promotion and fundraising. There may also be an opportunity in the future to extend the duration of the role via the offer of a Fundraising Apprenticeship scheme, subject to funding.

The successful applicant will develop an understanding of how marketing, communications and fundraising work together in a charity setting. By the end of the role, you will have a clear idea of what marketing and fundraising activities work for a charity and why, and how to measure the effectiveness of these activities. During the role, there will be opportunities to attend marketing and fundraising seminars, which will increase your industry knowledge. On-the-job training, guidance and support will be provided; however, you will also be expected to be able to work on your own initiative.

Note that this internship has been designed to create a professional development opportunity for people who are new to the marketing/communications/fundraising and charity sector. Therefore, applicants should have less than two years paid or unpaid experience in any of the above.

At TIC+, we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse individuals, skills, experiences and abilities. Due to current under-representation in our workforce, we especially welcome applications from men, men of colour, and disabled men.

Place of Work: The base for the post is the TIC+ Head Office in Mitcheldean GL17 0DD.

Terms: 12 month fixed term contract.

Post: This is a full time post 37.5 hours per week

Rate of Pay: £21,255 FTE (£10.90p/h)

Download the job pack here

The closing date for applications: Friday 18th August 2023 at 5 pm

Interview: Week commencing 28th August at TIC+ Offices, Building 8, Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, Glos, GL17 0DD 

To apply: Please download the application form here or contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form: [email protected]

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

Download our diversity questionnaire here.

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

This post has been made possible due to funding from the Levelling Up Together Fund 2023-24, awarded by Gloucestershire County Council and the Department of Levelling Up Housing and Communities (DLUHC).

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

About TIC+

TIC+ is a charity established in 1993 serving Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. TIC+ reaches hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support & advice to parents & professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt and independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We offer:

  • Counselling – online, remote (video & phone) and face-to-face for children and young people
  • Family Counselling
  • Parent Support
  • Psycho-educational workshops for children, young people, parents & professionals

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it does mean that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ Eating Difficulties Service (TEDS) Specialist/Senior Counsellor

Following the successful launch of our community-based counselling service for young people with eating difficulties (TEDS), TIC+ has received additional investment to expand the program from September 2023. The team is thrilled to be able to continue their work making a positive impact on the lives of even more young people in the community. The program focuses on interagency collaboration and research, aiming to improve the wellbeing of individuals and reduce their reliance on specialist services.

As a result, we are excited to announce opportunities for an enthusiastic and motivated Specialist/Senior Counsellor to join the TEDS team.

The right candidate for this role will be flexible and have a real desire to make a difference. You will be a motivated, experienced clinician with a specialist interest in this field, can work well in a team and passionate about the health and wellbeing of Children and Young People.

Hours: Full and part time hours are available:

  • Full time = 5 days a week (37.5 hours)
  • Part time = 3 days a week (22.5 hours) or 4 days a week (30 hours a week)

Place of Work: The main base for this role is Eastgate House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PX. However, the post holder will also be expected to work across several sites in Gloucestershire including Mitcheldean, Stroud, and Cheltenham. Mileage will be paid for travel away from base.

Terms: Fixed Term 12 months (may be extended subject to funding).

Pay:       Senior Counsellor Rate of pay       –   £34,476
Specialist Counsellor Rate of pay –    £38,220.

Requirements:
Senior Counsellor (£
34,476 WTE)
Senior Counsellors will have completed a Counselling Children and Young people qualification of at least 100 hours meeting BACP Core Competencies (can be accessed at TIC+) and delivered a minimum of 500 hours post qualifying supervised counselling with children and young people. They will have received some eating disorder training and have some experience delivering therapeutic interventions to young people and their families presenting with eating difficulties.

If not already held, a mandatory requirement of the role will be the successful completion of a 50 hour training programme which will be fully funded by TIC+*. Prospective candidates must be available to attend the training dates on 5-7 & 12-14 & 19-21 October 2023 (9 days delivered by Zoom) Dates are not yet confirmed and may be subject to change.
*Training will be fully funded providing you continue to work for TIC+ for the contract term. If you cease employment a proportion of the cost (based on a sliding scale) shall be repaid

Specialist Counsellor (£38,220 WTE)
Specialist Counsellors will have completed a Counselling Children and Young people qualification of at least 100 hours meeting BACP Core Competencies (can be accessed at TIC+). Will have successfully completed at least 50 hours specialist eating disorder training from a recognised training provider and have extensive experience delivering therapeutic interventions to young people and their families presenting with eating difficulties. They will also have at least 1000 hours post qualifying supervised counselling practice working with children and young people. Specialist counsellors will ideally be BACP (or equivalent) Accredited or must be willing to work towards accreditation.

Senior counsellors will have the opportunity to progress to Specialist Counsellors (subject to interview) once the minimum level of training and experience has been met.

Closing date for applications is: Friday 4 August 2023

Interviews will be held on: TBC

To apply: Contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form: [email protected]

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Children & Young People's Face-to-Face Peripatetic Counsellors and/or Remote Counsellors (video, IM & phone)

We’re looking for peripatetic counsellors to join our dedicated, professional team working with children and young people (aged 9-25).

The majority of sessions will be delivered face-to-face. The role may also include working with small groups of young people or parents.

Salary: £27,309 – £34,485 (depending on experience) per annum for full time employee. Pro rata for part time employees.

This equates to £14 – £17.68 per hour.

Contract: A permanent contract from 1st September 2023.

Place of work/hours: You will be required to work a minimum of 3 days (22.5 hours) a week for 39 weeks a year, mainly during term time. Contracts of 4 days (30 hours) and 5 days (37.5 hours) are also available in some areas. We’re also willing to discuss all year (e.g. 52 weeks) contracts.

For Face-to-face peripatetic contracts your working hours will be 9am to 5pm.

For Remote contracts, the majority of delivery will be after 4pm weekdays, or Saturday morning or Sunday evening. It may be possible to deliver some sessions during weekday hours.

Almost most hours will be delivered during term time, there will be a requirement to deliver some of your hours during school/college holiday periods.

Some flexibility may be required around the needs of the charity and your hours will include Friday mornings for weekly meetings; this will include training, team meetings, peer supervision and line manager support.

One of our four TIC+ Values is ‘We Care’ and we look to support our counsellors with a generous package which includes:

  • Time with your clients and travel time (for face to face clients).
  • 5.6 weeks paid holiday allowance
  • Administration time
  • One-to-ones with your line manager
  • Clinical supervision
  • Team meetings, including:
    • Peer support groups
    • Training (CPD)
    • Line manager support
  • Other team gatherings and events including our Summer Celebration and AGM.
  • We also pay mileage when traveling in between locations to see face to face clients.

Vacancies are currently available in the following areas:

  • Gloucester
  • Cheltenham & Tewkesbury
  • Forest of Dean
  • Stroud, Wotton & Dursley
  • North Cotswolds
  • South Cotswolds
  • Remote (counselling via video, IM and phone)*

*We would be willing to discuss hybrid arrangements e.g. face to face counselling in an area above plus some remote hours each week.

Successful applicants will:

  • Hold a relevant professional qualification in counselling/psychotherapy at Diploma Level or above (final year counselling students nearing the end of their course will be considered – extra support will be given).
  • Be a member of BACP, UKCP or equivalent and listed on the BACP or equivalent register.
  • Preferably have experience working with children and young people.
  • Hold a relevant counselling children and young people qualification, or willing to commit to TIC+ CYP Level 5 Diploma (next course commencing September 2023, information available at ticplus.org.uk/training).
    • TIC+ staff have the option of completing the Level 5 Diploma free of charge, subject to the following conditions:
      • Signed contract to work for TIC+, for a minimum of 10 client hours per week, over 3 years.
      • Coursework to be completed and seminars attended in delegate’s own time.
  • For Remote Counselling Contracts – you will also have received specialist Cyber Therapist training of at least 80 hours (it may be possible to provide this training for the right candidate).
  • Have experience working to a brief/short term counselling model.
  • Hold a valid driving license and have vehicle access or an ability to travel within the district applied for.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted. TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references. Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

About TIC+

TIC+ is a charity established in 1993 serving Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. TIC+ reaches hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support & advice to parents & professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We offer:

  • Counselling – online, remote (video & phone) and face-to-face for children and young people
  • Family Counselling
  • Parent Support
  • Psycho-educational workshops for children, young people, parents & professionals


Deadline for applications is: Friday 30th June 2023

Interview Date: Thursday 20th July 2023

Induction Days: Tuesday 5th to Thursday 7th September 2023

To apply contact TIC+ by email for a job pack: [email protected]

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Children & Young People's Face-to-Face Peripatetic Counsellors and/or Remote Counsellors (video, IM & phone)

We’re looking for peripatetic counsellors to join our dedicated, professional team working with children and young people (aged 9-25).

The majority of sessions will be delivered face-to-face. The role may also include working with small groups of young people or parents.

Salary: £27,309 – £34,485 (depending on experience) per annum for full time employee. Pro rata for part time employees.

This equates to £14 – £17.68 per hour.

Contract: A permanent contract from 1st September 2023.

Place of work/hours: You will be required to work a minimum of 3 days (22.5 hours) a week for 39 weeks a year, mainly during term time. Contracts of 4 days (30 hours) and 5 days (37.5 hours) are also available in some areas. We’re also willing to discuss all year (e.g. 52 weeks) contracts.

For Face-to-face peripatetic contracts your working hours will be 9am to 5pm.

For Remote contracts, the majority of delivery will be after 4pm weekdays, or Saturday morning or Sunday evening. It may be possible to deliver some sessions during weekday hours.

Almost most hours will be delivered during term time, there will be a requirement to deliver some of your hours during school/college holiday periods.

Some flexibility may be required around the needs of the charity and your hours will include Friday mornings for weekly meetings; this will include training, team meetings, peer supervision and line manager support.

One of our four TIC+ Values is ‘We Care’ and we look to support our counsellors with a generous package which includes:

  • Time with your clients and travel time (for face to face clients).
  • 5.6 weeks paid holiday allowance
  • Administration time
  • One-to-ones with your line manager
  • Clinical supervision
  • Team meetings, including:
    • Peer support groups
    • Training (CPD)
    • Line manager support
  • Other team gatherings and events including our Summer Celebration and AGM.
  • We also pay mileage when traveling in between locations to see face to face clients.

Vacancies are currently available in the following areas:

  • Gloucester
  • Cheltenham & Tewkesbury
  • Forest of Dean
  • Stroud, Wotton & Dursley
  • North Cotswolds
  • South Cotswolds
  • Remote (counselling via video, IM and phone)*

*We would be willing to discuss hybrid arrangements e.g. face to face counselling in an area above plus some remote hours each week.

Successful applicants will:

  • Hold a relevant professional qualification in counselling/psychotherapy at Diploma Level or above (final year counselling students nearing the end of their course will be considered – extra support will be given).
  • Be a member of BACP, UKCP or equivalent and listed on the BACP or equivalent register.
  • Preferably have experience working with children and young people.
  • Hold a relevant counselling children and young people qualification, or willing to commit to TIC+ CYP Level 5 Diploma (next course commencing September 2023, information available at ticplus.org.uk/training).
    • TIC+ staff have the option of completing the Level 5 Diploma free of charge, subject to the following conditions:
      • Signed contract to work for TIC+, for a minimum of 10 client hours per week, over 3 years.
      • Coursework to be completed and seminars attended in delegate’s own time.
  • For Remote Counselling Contracts – you will also have received specialist Cyber Therapist training of at least 80 hours (it may be possible to provide this training for the right candidate).
  • Have experience working to a brief/short term counselling model.
  • Hold a valid driving license and have vehicle access or an ability to travel within the district applied for.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted. TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references. Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

About TIC+

TIC+ is a charity established in 1993 serving Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. TIC+ reaches hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support & advice to parents & professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We offer:

  • Counselling – online, remote (video & phone) and face-to-face for children and young people
  • Family Counselling
  • Parent Support
  • Psycho-educational workshops for children, young people, parents & professionals


Deadline for applications is: Friday 30th June 2023

Interview Date: Thursday 20th July 2023

Induction Days: Tuesday 5th to Thursday 7th September 2023

To apply contact TIC+ by email for a job pack: [email protected]

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

TIC+ HR & People Manager

Are you looking for a chance to be part of the team in a charity that is making a real difference to the lives of children and young people seeking support with their mental health?

This is a brand-new role for TIC+; we have grown significantly as an organisation to a team of 110 staff, many of whom work part-time and peripatetically. To enable us to achieve our mission to give every young person someone to talk to, we are committed to growing and improving our HR and People functions. This is a varied role offering experience around recruitment practices, staff care and wellbeing, learning and development, and organisational change projects.

This role will suit an experienced HR generalist and subject matter expert who thrives on problem solving and trouble shooting. You will love collaborating to shape and define organisational culture and you’ll be a strong people manager who understands the importance of nurturing and developing a motivated and high performing team to deliver an outstanding service.

To be considered you will require:

  • Significant generalist HR experience and a CIPD qualification or significant relevant HR management experience, ideally gained in the Charity sector.
  • The ability to lead proactively the development of equity, diversity and inclusion in HR processes and ways of working.
  • Strong HR and business acumen, critical thinking and analytical skills, including using systems to streamline processes and inform change and improvements to HR service delivery.
  • Experience in coaching, developing, motivating and building confidence in a team and encouraging collaboration.
  • Excellent and up to date understanding of employment law and application of HR emerging best practice.
  • An understanding of safer recruitment including DBS and declaration of criminal convictions processes

Download a job pack here

Place of Work: The base for this role is Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, GL17 0DD

Post: 22.5 hours per week across three days (Monday-Friday)

Rate of Pay: £38,000 – £45,000 pro-rata (depending on experience)

Closing date for applications is: This job is being managed by an external recruiter, completed applications should be sent to [email protected] (please note that we reserve the right to close applications early should the right candidate be found)

TIC+ requests no contact from agencies

Interviews will be held on: TBC

To apply: Please download the application form here.

Download our diversity questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

About TIC+

TIC+ is a charity established in 1993 serving Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. TIC+ reaches hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support & advice to parents & professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We offer:

  • Counselling – online, remote (video & phone) and face-to-face for children and young people
  • Family Counselling
  • Parent Support
  • Psycho-educational workshops for children, young people, parents & professionals

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it does mean that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

TIC+ Referral Team Administrator

Are you looking for a chance to be part of a flourishing team in a charity that is making a real difference to the lives of children and young people seeking support with their mental health? By joining our expanding referral team, you will be part of the team that is the ‘front door’ for children, young people and parents contacting TIC+, helping them get the help and support they need.

TIC+ is experiencing a period of significant development as our services and influence expand and demand for our support rises. The TIC+ Referral Team Administrator will add capacity to our friendly, busy team and help ensure more people can access our services.

Could you be the human face of TIC+? Do you enjoy responding, in the moment, to a wide range of queries and requests for support via telephone, text, email and online chat? Could you provide a front-door service within a helping organisation? If so, you may be the person TIC+ is looking for. We are recruiting for a member of the Referral Team; it’s a role where no two days are the same. You will be able to work collaboratively and manage changing priorities in order to provide the best possible outcomes for the young people and their families who access our services. You’ll need to be comfortable interacting with a wide range of people, providing advice and information on how to access mental health support for children and young people. You’ll be skilled at putting people at ease, assessing their needs and providing a professional, welcoming, empathic response. In addition to strong communication skills, the ideal candidate will possess sound IT skills, as the role requires accurate data entry, and use of Microsoft Office. You will have experience of following administrative policies and processes, but more importantly understand the nature of working confidentially, with the ability to convey warmth and compassion to our service users.

Download a job pack here

Place of Work: The base for this role is Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, GL17 0DD

Terms: Permanent subject to successful completion of probationary period

Post: 30 – 37.5 hours per week (negotiable)

Rate of Pay: £21,762 per annum pro-rata (£11.16/hr)

Closing date for applications is: Friday 28th July (please note that we reserve the right to close applications early should the right candidate be found)

Interviews will be held on: w/c Monday 7thAugust

To apply: Please download the application form here.

Download our diversity questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

About TIC+

TIC+ is a charity established in 1993 serving Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. TIC+ reaches hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support & advice to parents & professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We offer:

  • Counselling – online, remote (video & phone) and face-to-face for children and young people
  • Family Counselling
  • Parent Support
  • Psycho-educational workshops for children, young people, parents & professionals

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it does mean that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

Safeguarding and Allocations Team Lead

We are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children, young people, and families. We want to give every young person the chance to live their best life by creating a safe, supportive space where they can talk to someone when they need it most. We believe that every child and young person deserves quick and easy access to the best evidence-based therapeutic support available, and we’re committed to making that happen.

As the Safeguarding and Allocations Team Lead, you will be responsible for managing the team that handles allocations, immediate safeguarding, and ongoing risk assessments for children and young people referred to our service. You will develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure compliance with relevant legislation and best practice guidelines. You will also help to develop partnerships and pathways with key agencies in the local integrated care system and contribute to our Clinical Governance.

You will have a recognised professional qualification in counselling, psychotherapy and/or Social Work/Psychology or other Health/Education related field. Ideally, you will have at least three years’ relevant experience in a management/supervisory role and will have experience of managing safeguarding in a similar context.

Download a job pack here

Place of Work:
The base for the post is Mitcheldean GL17 0DD. The post holder will also be expected to work at our offices in Gloucester and other sites across Gloucestershire.

Terms: Permanent (subject to six-month probationary period).

Post: This is a full-time post 37.5 hours a week, however a minimum of 30 hours a week will be considered for the right candidate.

Rate of Pay: £38,229.50 Whole Time Equivalent (pro rata for part time employees)

The closing date for applications: Friday 31 March 2023

Interview: Mitcheldean H.O. Tuesday 11 April & Wednesday 12 April 2023

 

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

About TIC+

TIC+ is a charity established in 1993 serving Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. TIC+ reaches hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support & advice to parents & professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We offer:

  • Counselling – online, remote (video & phone) and face-to-face for children and young people
  • Family Counselling
  • Parent Support
  • Psycho-educational workshops for children, young people, parents & professionals

To apply: Download the application form here.

Download our diversity questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it does mean that unfortunately we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

Marketing & Communications Lead

We are excited to be investing in our marketing and communications activity in 2023 and now have an opportunity for an experienced Marketing & Communications Lead to join our team to support and drive our strategic plans for growth.

This is an exciting time to join TIC+ and, as the Marketing & Communications Lead, you will be responsible for the operational management, development and delivery of our marketing and communications.

You will deliver a range of integrated marketing plans and campaigns to build awareness of our brand and extend our reach across Gloucestershire, as well as develop and deliver marketing campaigns to the general public and for target audiences such as young people living with anxiety and mental health issues, supporters, funders and volunteers.

Download a job pack here

Salary: £32,935 per annum

This equates to £16.89 per hour. 

Contract: Permanent.

Place of work/hours: 37.5 hours per week – 4 days per week in the office in Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire with the opportunity to work an additional one day from home.

About you:

  1. Excellent Communication Skills – including writing skills for web, social media and other. You will be a talented wordsmith with excellent attention to detail and able to check and proof read for accuracy.
  2. Ideally, experience within a communications, marketing or digital role including:
    • Experience/ability to operate and develop social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn) and developing engaging content, including short videos and reels
    • Marketing and campaign planning experience
    • Experience of using design software (Canva/Crello, Adobe Creative Suite) for digital and print design
    • Understanding of SEO, Google Analytics and organic/paid social.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted. TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references. Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

About TIC+

TIC+ is a charity established in 1993 serving Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. TIC+ reaches hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support & advice to parents & professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We offer:

  • Counselling – online, remote (video & phone) and face-to-face for children and young people
  • Family Counselling
  • Parent Support
  • Psycho-educational workshops for children, young people, parents & professionals

Deadline for applications: 20 February 2023

Interview Dates: TBC 2023

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it does mean that we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

To apply: Download the application form here.

Download our diversity questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

 

Children & Young People's Peripatetic Counsellors

We’re looking for peripatetic counsellors to join our dedicated, professional team working with children and young people.

The majority of sessions will be delivered face-to-face. The role may also include working with small groups of young people or parents.

Download a job pack here

Salary: £25,760 – £32,936 (depending on experience) per annum for full time employee. Pro rata for part time employees.

This equates to £13.21 – £16.89 per hour. 

Contract: A permanent contract from 13th February 2023.

Place of work/hours You will be required to work a minimum of 14.5 hours a week (10 client hours) for 39 weeks a year. Hours are delivered flexibly and mainly during term time.

One of our four TIC+ Values is ‘We Care’ and we look to support our counsellors with a generous package which includes paid hours for:

  • Time with your clients
  • 5.6 weeks holiday
  • Administration
  • Training (CPD)
  • One-to-ones with your line manager
  • Supervision
  • Other team gatherings and events including our Summer Celebration

You will also need to allow time for the following paid additions to your contracted hours (approx. 1-4 hours a week depending on contract size):

  • travel time & mileage paid for travel between client appointments in the same district on the same day.
  • paid attendance to a 2 hour monthly/fortnightly or weekly peer support group (depending on contract size).

Vacancies are currently available in the following areas:

  • Gloucester
  • Forest of Dean

Larger contracts of 21.5 hours (15 client hours) or 28 hours (20 client hours) are also available in the Gloucester area.

Successful applicants will:

  • hold a relevant professional qualification in counselling/psychotherapy at Diploma Level or above (final year counselling students nearing the end of their course will be considered – extra support will be given).
  • be a member of BACP, UKCP or equivalent and listed on the BACP or equivalent Register.
  • preferably have experience working with children and young people.
  • hold a relevant counselling children and young people qualification, or willing to commit to TIC+ CYP Level 5 Diploma (next course commencing May 2023, information available at ticplus.org.uk/training).
  • have experience working to a brief/short term counselling model.
  • hold a valid driving license and have vehicle access or an ability to travel within the district applied for.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted. TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post. All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references. Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

About TIC+

TIC+ is a charity established in 1993 serving Gloucestershire and surrounding areas. TIC+ reaches hundreds of children and young people every year as well as offering support & advice to parents & professionals. We work to ensure that every young person has easy, prompt, independent access to appropriate support according to their needs.

We offer:

  • Counselling – online, remote (video & phone) and face-to-face for children and young people
  • Family Counselling
  • Parent Support
  • Psycho-educational workshops for children, young people, parents & professionals

Deadline for applications is: Thursday 5 January 2023

Interview Dates: Friday 20 January 2023

Induction Days: Tuesday 7 & Wednesday 8 February 2023

If you do not hear from us within two weeks of the closing date, it does mean that we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

To apply: Download the application form here.

Download our diversity questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

 

Team Administrator

Due to increased growth and need for our services an opportunity has arisen for the appointment of a Team Administrator to join our passionate, dedicated and professional team based at our Head Office in Mitcheldean. The role mainly involves supporting service delivery and assisting the Referral Team.

Download a job pack here.

Place of Work: TIC+, Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire, GL17 0DD. You may also be required to attend TIC+ meetings and training related to the post at various locations across Gloucestershire as required. You will not be required to work outside the UK.

Hours of Work: 25 hours over 4/5 days. To be worked within core hours of Monday – Friday 0900-1800.

Terms: Fixed Term 12 months (may be extended subject to funding). The role is subject to a six-month probationary period where your suitability for the role will be assessed.

Rate of Pay: £10.37/hr

Managed by: Referral Teams Coordinator

Closing date for applications is: Wednesday 18 January. Interviews will be held on TBC.

If you do not hear from us by the closing date it does mean that we have been unable to include you on our shortlist.

To apply: Download the application form here.

Download our diversity questionnaire here.

Please email your completed application form and questionnaire to [email protected]

You can view a copy of our applicant privacy notice here.

 

Finance/Human Resources Assistant

TIC+ are seeking to employ a Finance/Human Resources Assistant to join our passionate, dedicated and professional team.

The successful applicant will support the Finance Manager in operating the finance function for TIC+ ensuring proper and accurate financial records are kept. They will also assist in the update and maintenance of our Human Resources information.

Key responsibilities

The role will include financial data entry, preparing invoices and general maintenance of our financial and Human Resources records.

Other duties will include processing staff expenses, supporting monthly payroll, assisting with audits where necessary and assisting with the preparation of financial reports.

Key Skills

The ideal candidate will have previous experience of working within a bookkeeping/accounting environment, as well as experience in using Quickbooks or a similar accounting package.

We are looking for someone with good analytical skills, great attention to detail, and someone who can work well under pressure, both independently and collaboratively within the wider team.

Download a job pack here.

Place of Work: TIC+ offices in Mitcheldean

Terms: Permanent (subject to six-month probationary period).

Hours of work: 20 – 37.5 hours a week. Ideally the role would be full-time, but we are willing to consider a minimum of 20 hours per week over 4 days.

Rate of Pay: £11.40 – £14.52 per hour depending on experience.

Holiday: You will receive 5.6 weeks’ holiday per year inclusive of public/bank holidays (pro-rata for part time employees). Additional holiday is accrued after one year’s service up to a maximum of ten additional days.

Closing date for applications: The closing date for this position is 5.00pm on the 23 November 2022, however, we will be reviewing and interviewing potential candidates through the application window. TIC+ reserves the right to close this vacancy should the right candidate be identified.

Interviews will be held on: TBC

To apply: A full job packapplication formdiversity questionnaire and privacy notice are available to download.

Please email your completed application form to [email protected]

TIC+ operates safe recruitment procedures. CV applications are not accepted.

  • TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
  • You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.
  • All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.
  • Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Head of Clinical Operations

Forming a key role within the TIC+ Senior Leadership Team, the Head of Clinical Operations will be a dynamic, empathetic, values driven, supportive leader who is excited by the opportunity of helping to develop an innovative, transformational service ensuring the best possible outcomes for children, young people and their families. They will have at least two-three years’ experience managing and developing services, and staff teams at a senior level, ideally (but not essentially) within a clinical or mental health setting.

Download a job pack here.

Place of Work: The base for this role is Eastgate House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PX. The post holder will also be expected to work across several sites in Gloucestershire

Terms: Permanent (subject to six-month probationary period).

Post: Full time 37.5 hours per week.

Rate of Pay: £47,132 per annum.

Closing date for applications is: Friday 9 September 2022

Interviews will be held on: Wednesday 21 September 2022

To apply: Download an application form here.

Please email your completed application form to [email protected]

TIC+ Team Support Administrator

Are you looking for a chance to be part of a flourishing team in a charity that is making a real difference to the lives of children and young people seeking support with their mental health? By joining our expanding referral team, you will be part of the team that is the ‘front door’ for children, young people and parents making contact with TIC+, helping them get the help and support they need.

TIC+ is experiencing a period of significant development as our services and influence expand and demand for our support rises. The TIC+ Team Support Administrator will provide a vital link between our Referrals and Allocations team and will support activity across both.

The right candidate for this role will be experienced in working with complex administrative/organisational processes, using Microsoft Office Suite, and ideally have worked within a healthcare or other helpline/charitable service setting.

They will hold a recognised qualification, or have relevant experience, in a business-related discipline and most importantly understand the nature of working confidentially and be able to convey warmth and compassion to service users.

Download a job pack here.

Place of Work: The base for this role is Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, GL17 0DD

Terms: Permanent subject to successful completion of probationary period

Post: 30 hours per week.

Rate of Pay: £20,221 per annum pro-rata (£10.37/hr)

Closing date for applications is: Friday 30 July

Interviews will be held on: Wednesday 3 August

To apply: Please download the application form here. Once completed please return to [email protected]

TIC+ Referral Team Administrator

Are you looking for a chance to be part of a flourishing team in a charity that is making a real difference to the lives of children and young people seeking support with their mental health? By joining our expanding referral team, you will be part of the team that is the ‘front door’ for children, young people and parents contacting TIC+, helping them get the help and support they need.

TIC+ is experiencing a period of significant development as our services and influence expand and demand for our support rises. The TIC+ Referral Team Administrator will add capacity to our friendly, busy team and help ensure more people can access our services.

The right candidate for this role will be experienced in working with complex administrative/organisational processes, using Microsoft Office Suite, and ideally have worked within a healthcare or other helpline/charitable service setting.

They will hold a recognised qualification, or have relevant experience, in a business-related discipline and most importantly understand the nature of working confidentially and be able to convey warmth and compassion to service users.

Download a job pack here.

Place of Work: The base for this role is Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, GL17 0DD

Terms: Permanent subject to successful completion of probationary period

Post: 25 hours per week.

Rate of Pay: £20,221 per annum pro-rata (£10.37/hr)

Closing date for applications is: Friday 30th July

Interviews will be held on: Wednesday 3rd August

To apply: Please download the application form here. Once completed please return to [email protected]

Children & Young People Counselling - Eating Difficulties Service Lead

In response to the surge in the prevalence of eating difficulties exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, TIC+ has been awarded NHS funding to launch a new innovative, community based service. The aim of this service is to address eating difficulties in young people in order to relieve their distress and reduce their need for specialist services. Interventions will include a combination of individual therapy and group work. The service will have a strong focus on innovative, interagency practice and research. We are aiming to launch this service in June/July 2022.

We are looking for a dynamic, empathetic and supportive service lead who is excited by the opportunity of helping to develop an innovative, transformational service ensuring the best possible outcomes for children, young people and their families.

The right candidate for this role will be experienced supervising or line managing a small team and ideally will have held a leadership role within new and developing services. They will have successfully completed at least 55 hours specialist eating disorder training from a recognised training provider (if not already held, this will be provided by TIC+). They will also have experience (1000 hours +) delivering therapeutic interventions to young people and their families and particularly to those presenting with eating difficulties.

Place of Work:

The base for this role is Eastgate House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PX. The post holder will also be expected to work across several sites in Gloucestershire

Terms: Fixed Term 12 months (may be extended subject to funding).

Post: Full time 37.5 hours per week.

Rate of Pay: £39,097 per annum.

Closing date for applications is: Friday 10th June 2022

Interviews will be held on: Thursday 16th June 2022

To apply: contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form: [email protected]

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Children and Young People Specialist Counsellor - Eating Difficulties

In response to the surge in the prevalence of eating difficulties exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, TIC+ has been awarded NHS funding to launch a new innovative, community based service. The aim of this service is to address eating difficulties in young people in order to relieve their distress and reduce their need for specialist services. Interventions will include a combination of individual therapy and group work. The service will have a strong focus on innovative, interagency practice and research. We are aiming to launch this service in June/July 2022,

We are excited to be offering a developmental career opportunity to an enthusiastic and motivated Specialist/Senior Counsellor to join the team. The right candidate for this role will be flexible and have a real desire to make a difference. You will be a motivated, experienced clinician with a specialist interest in this field, can work well in a team and passionate about the health and wellbeing of Children and Young People.

Hours: Full and part time hours are available:

  • Full time hours = 37.5 hours a week
  • Part time hours = 21 hours a week

Hours can be worked over either 39 weeks a year (term time only) or 52 weeks per year.

Place of Work: The base for this role is Eastgate House, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 1PX. The post holder will also be expected to work across several sites in Gloucestershire, mileage from the base will be paid.

Terms: fixed Term 12 months (may be extended subject to funding).

Pay: Specialist Counsellor rate of pay: £36,679 (WTE) Senior Counsellor rate of pay: £32,935 (WTE)

Specialist Counsellor requirements –

  • at least 55 hours specialist eating disorder training from a recognised training provider
  • considerable experience delivering therapeutic interventions to young people and their
    families presenting with eating difficulties.
  • a minimum of 1,000 hours post qualifying supervised counselling practice working with children and young people.

Senior Counsellor requirements –

  • some eating disorder training (a mandatory requirement of the Senior Counsellor role will be the successful completion of a 55 hour (9 day) training programme which will be provided by TIC+).
  • some experience delivering therapeutic interventions to young people and their families presenting with eating difficulties.
  • a minimum of 500 hours post qualifying supervised counselling practice working with children and young people.

Senior counsellors will have the opportunity to progress to Specialist Counsellors (subject to interview) once the minimum level of training and experience has been met.

Closing date for applications is: Friday 10th June 2022

Interviews will be held on: Thursday 16th June 2022

To apply:  contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form: [email protected]

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TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.

CV applications are not accepted.

TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Children and Young People’s Remote & Online Counsellor Job Vacancies

We are seeking to employ remote and online counsellors to work with children and young people. Successful candidates will form part of a dedicated and professional team. Sessions will be delivered by video, telephone and online text according to client preference.

Place of work/hours

You will be home based and must be living in England or Wales. This is a part time role, hours available are: 13.5 or 20.5 hours a week (10 or 15 Client hours) over 39 weeks per year.

Hours include client hours, admin, training, 1-1s, and supervision. You will also need to allow time for paid attendance to a 2-hour monthly or fortnightly peer support group (depending on contract size).

Sessions are delivered flexibly, the majority will be after 4pm weekdays, or Saturday morning or Sunday evening. It may be possible to deliver some sessions during weekday hours. Most hours will be delivered during term time, there will be a requirement to deliver some of your hours during school/college holiday periods.

Annual Salary:

£25,760 – £32,936 per annum for full time employees. Pro rata for part time employees.

This equates to £13.21 – £16.89 per hour depending on experience plus £1.59 – £2.04 per hour holiday entitlement totalling £14.80 – £18.93 per hour.

Counsellors also receive £14.00 per month CPD allowance.

Successful applicants will:

  • hold a relevant professional qualification in counselling/psychotherapy at Diploma Level 4 or above.
  • have at least 1-2 years’ experience working therapeutically with children and young people experiencing complex mental health difficulties.
  • be a member of BACP or UKCP or equivalent and also listed on the BACP or equivalent Register.
  • have received specialist Cyber Therapist training of at least 80 hours to work with young people remotely and online according to the BACP competencies:  https://www.bacp.co.uk/events-and-resources/ethics-and-standards/competences-and-curricula/online-and-phone-therapy (It may be possible to provide this training for the right candidate).
  • hold a Level 5 qualification or above Counselling Children and Young People (can be accessed at TIC+) https://www.ticplus.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Level-5-Diploma-CYP-Brochure-JAN-22.pdf
  • have experience working to a brief/short term counselling model.
  • have the ability to work from your home/office in a safe, private room with good broadband and phone connection. A secure encrypted laptop will be provided.
  • be competent and confident using the required technology.

Closing date for applications is Friday 25th March 2022

Interviews will be held on: Tuesday 29th March 2022

Induction will be held over 4 days:

  • Initial in Gloucestershire: Wed 27th & Thur 28th April 2022 9.30am – 5.00pm
  • Remote/Online induction by Zoom: Tue 3rd May 2022 9.30 – 4pm
  • Team Leader induction by Zoom: Thur 16th June 2022 9.30am – 12.30pm

Salary: £25,760 – £32,936 per annum for full time employees

To apply: Contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form:  [email protected]

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted.


  • TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
  • You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.
  • All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.
  • Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Prince’s Trust Young Adult’s Counsellor

We are seeking to employ a counsellor to provide a combination of face to face, video and phone counselling (depending on client preference) to young adults aged between 16-30 years old. You may also be required to deliver small group work.

Place of work/hours: 9.5 hours a week (6 client hours) for 42 weeks over 11 months.

Hours include client hours, admin, training, 1-1s and supervision. You will also need to allow time for paid attendance to a 2 hour monthly peer support group. The majority of hours will be delivered from the Prince’s Trust, South London Centre, Elephant and Castle. You will also be required to deliver some sessions remotely by video or telephone from your home or office.

Salary: £29,752 – £38,040 per annum for full time employees – includes a London weighting allowance. Pro rata for part time employees. This equates to £15.26 – £19.51 per hour depending on experience plus £1.84 – £2.35 per hour holiday entitlement totalling £17.10 – £21.86 per hour. Counsellors also receive £14.00 per month CPD allowance.

Annual Salary: 9.5 hours per week = £6,977 – £8,877 depending on experience.
Payable for a 42 week contract over 11 months (includes contract hours, holiday pay and CPD allowance, does not include peer group pay entitlement)

Successful applicants will:

  • hold a relevant professional qualification in counselling/psychotherapy to at least Diploma Level 4 or above.
  • have at least 1-2 years’ experience working therapeutically with young people/young adults experiencing complex mental health difficulties.
  • be a member of BACP or UKCP or equivalent and also listed on the BACP or equivalent Register. Ideally you will be BACP Accredited or similar, or willing to work towards accreditation.
  • have excellent listening skills and to be able to provide a warm, welcoming and safe therapeutic environment that encourages a climate for trusting relationships to be built with clients.
  • ideally you will have received (or are soon to receive) specialist training of at least 100 hours to work with young people according to the BACP competencies required for a counsellor working with children and young people: http://www.bacp.co.uk/admin/structure/files/pdf/12772_map_cyp.pdf
  • have experience working to a brief/short term counselling model.
  • have the ability to work from your home/office in a safe, private room with good broadband and phone connection.

Interviews will be held in London on: Wednesday 30th March 2022

Induction will be held over 4 days:

  • Initial in Gloucestershire: Wed 27th & Thur 28th April 2022 9.30am – 5.00pm
  • Remote counselling Induction by Zoom: Tue 3rd May 2022 9.30 – 1.30pm
  • Team Leader Induction by Zoom: Thur 16th June 2022 9.30am – 12.30pm

To apply: Contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form:  [email protected]


  • TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy.
    CV applications are not accepted.
    TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
    You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.
    All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.
    Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

COMMUNITY & EVENTS FUNDRAISER

Due to an exciting period of growth and expansion, TIC+ are seeking to employ a Community and Events Fundraiser to join our passionate, dedicated and professional team.

The successful applicant will support the Head of Fundraising & Communication to generate income and achieve targets, in line with the community and events strategy, using a variety of fundraising methods and relationships within the community.

Key responsibilities
As the Community & Events Fundraiser your responsibilities will include generating fundraising income by engaging the local community through a varied programme of relationship focussed activities, events, campaigns and products. We are looking for a passionate and enthusiastic individual with the drive and determination to support the rest of the team to deliver success, both through income growth and excellent donor stewardship. The successful candidate will be expected to generate income by engaging with the local community, supporters and donors and effectively stewarding them to support TIC+.

Key Skills
We are looking for an experienced fundraiser with a lively, positive and energetic outlook who has excellent communication and presentation skills, and will use these skills to offer gold standard supporter experiences. It is essential that you are able to manage a complex and demanding workload through great planning and organisational skills, as no two days will be the same in this rewarding role. We are looking for someone with all-round fundraising skills, knowledge of databases, and previous experience of marketing events or campaigns (including using digital and social media). We are also looking for someone who has previous experience of managing and leading teams.

Deadline for applications is: 9 February 2022 – 5pm

Interviews will be held on TBC

Salary: £24,000 – £26,000 per annum pro rata depending on experience

Hours of Work: 21 hours a week minimum (Work pattern – days and hours – to be mutually agreed.)

Contract: Permanent (subject to funding)

Managed by: Head of Fundraising & Communications

Place of Work: TIC+, Carlson Suite, 4th Floor, Building 7, Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean,  Gloucestershire GL17 0DD. You may also be required to attend TIC+ meetings and training related to the post at various locations across Gloucestershire as required. You will not be required to work outside the UK.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted.

To apply: CV applications are not accepted. A full job packapplication formdiversity questionnaire and privacy notice are available to download. Alternatively, email [email protected] or telephone 01594 372777 for more information.


• TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
• You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.
• All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.
• Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

IT TEAM LEAD

Due to an exciting period of growth and expansion we are now seeking to employ an IT Team Lead.


General description:

The IT Team Lead is a new post formed at an exciting time of targeted growth for the organisation to meet an increasing demand for services. The successful applicant will contribute to the growth of strong digital leadership across the organisation, have the hands on ability to manage existing operational services and be able to demonstrate the skills to use technology to develop new solutions.

TIC+ is ambitious for growth to help ensure every young person in need has someone to talk to and firmly believe digital working is a key part of this strategy. The post holder will form part of the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) to ensure that agreed organisational objectives are achieved and implemented.

We are looking for a professional with skills and experience gained by working in the technology sector. This is a broad ranging job description and the ideal candidate will bring technical know-how, a passion for finding solutions and the energy and enthusiasm to help us achieve our ambition of giving every young person someone to talk to.

This is a role which presents real opportunity for growth, development and career progression for the right person.


Terms: Permanent

Hours of Work: Part-time 30 hours/week

Salary: £35,275 per annum pro-rata (£18.09/hr)

Holiday: You will receive 5.6 weeks’ holiday per year inclusive of public/bank holidays (pro-rata for part time employees).

Place of Work: TIC+ offices in Mitcheldean.


CV applications are not accepted. A full job pack, application form, diversity questionnaire and privacy notice are available to download. Alternatively, email [email protected] or telephone 01594 372777 for more information.

Tic+ operates safe recruitment procedures. The above position is subject to a successful Disclosure and Barring Service check.


• TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

• You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

• All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

• Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

FINANCE ASSISTANT

Due to an exciting period of growth and expansion, TIC+ are seeking to employ a Finance Assistant to join our passionate, dedicated and professional team.

The successful applicant will support the Finance Manager in operating the finance function for TIC+ ensuring proper and accurate financial records are kept.


General description

Key responsibilities

The role will include financial data entry, preparing invoices and general maintenance of our financial records. Alongside this, you will be helping to integrate Quickbooks into the financial policies and procedures within TIC+.

Other duties will include processing staff expenses, supporting monthly payroll, assisting with audits where necessary and assisting with the preparation of financial reports.

Key Skills

The ideal candidate will have previous experience of working within a bookkeeping/accounting environment, as well as experience in using Quickbooks or a similar accounting package.

We are looking for someone with good analytical skills, great attention to detail, and someone who can work well under pressure, both independently and collaboratively within the wider team.


Terms: Permanent

Hours of Work: Part-time 20 hours/week

Rate of pay: £10.96/hr

Holiday: You will receive 5.6 weeks’ holiday per year inclusive of public/bank holidays (pro-rata for part time employees).

Place of Work: TIC+ offices in Mitcheldean.


CV applications are not accepted. A full job pack, application form, diversity questionnaire and privacy notice are available to download. Alternatively, email [email protected] or telephone 01594 372777 for more information.

TIC+ operates safe recruitment procedures. CV applications are not accepted.


• TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

• You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

• All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.

• Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

Digital & IT Development Manager

TIC+ is a mental health charity offering support to children, young people and parents across Gloucestershire and beyond. We are growing and growing fast! We want to make sure that we continue to offer high quality and innovative solutions to our service users and staff as well as grow awareness of our services and increase our digital footprint to reach new audiences.

We are looking for a Digital & IT Development Manager on a fixed term contract basis to start as soon as possible. Please note, the role is likely to be made permanent however this cannot be guaranteed.

This is a new, broad and exciting role which will see the post holder being responsible for forging strong working relationships with internal stakeholders as well as external service providers. You will lead on planning of the IT department, manage ongoing projects and be responsible for leading on data reporting, security, as well as managing the budget for the IT department.

Working with our brilliant Fundraising and Marketing team, you will be able to support growth and development on social media, have oversight of website maintenance and work with the Executive team to bring creative digital solutions to the workplace.

To do all this, you will need to be flexible, have great people and communication skills and the technical skills to get the job done.  You’ll also need to have line management experience, be able to manage your time and used to working with non-technical colleagues.  Expertise in HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, PHP is essential.

In return we can promise you a friendly, busy workplace where every day you will be helping make a difference to the lives of young people in Gloucestershire as well as the ability for flexible working by agreement.

Salary: £37,576 per annum pro-rata

Place: The base for the post is Mitcheldean Gloucestershire GL17 0DD

Post: Part–time: 30 hours, 12 month fixed-term (possibility to become permanent)

Deadline for applications is: TBC

Interview date; TBC

Information:

  • You can read more about TIC+ at our website ticplus.org.uk
  • This role is based at TIC+ Offices, Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, Glos. GL17 0DD. Some home working may be possible following induction, depending on current social distancing restrictions.

NB- TIC+ reserve the right to close this vacancy early if a suitable candidate is found

PLEASE NOTE: TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted

To apply contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form: [email protected]  


• TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
• You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.
• All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.
• Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

REFERRAL TEAM ADMINISTRATOR

Due to an exciting period of growth an opportunity has arisen for the appointment of a Referral Team Administrator to join our passionate, dedicated and professional team based at our Head Office in Mitcheldean.

The role mainly involves taking referrals from children, young people, parents and professionals, in addition to a variety of administration tasks which enable and support the service delivery.

The administrator is the first point of contact for users of the service, who may be in a state of emotional crisis or shock. It is therefore essential that the post holder:

  • is confidential with a high level of personal integrity
  • has a warm and welcoming manner
  • a flexible and robust character
  • efficient in multitasking.

We are looking for an individual who can learn quickly and work collaboratively alongside a mainly part-time staff team.

If you are interested in applying for this vacancy, please download the following documents:

  1. Job Pack
  2. Application Form
  3. Equality & Diversity Questionnaire
  4. Privacy Notice

Place of Work: TIC+, Office 73, 4th floor, Building 8, Vantage Point Business Park, Mitcheldean, Glos. GL17 0DD. You may also be required to attend TIC+ meetings and training related to the post at various locations across Gloucestershire as required. You will not be required to work outside the UK. During the current COVID restrictions, provision will be made for working from home following an induction period and as per government guidance. As a front line service, you may be required to still attend the premises on occasions.

Hours: 10am – 2pm Monday – Friday (You may be asked to work evenings on occasion as holiday cover or to provide additional staffing).

TIC+ offers service between 0900-21.15. Work pattern to be mutually agreed between these hours. You may be asked to work additional evenings on occasion as holiday cover or to provide extra staffing.

Contract: Permanent contract (subject to funding)

Salary: £9.97 per hour   

Holiday: 5.6 weeks a year (inclusive of bank holidays) pro rata for part time employees.

Deadline for applications: 30 April 2021

Interview Date: TBC – TIC+ reserve the right to close this process if the right applicant is identified

Please return the following documents by the date stated to [email protected]:

  1. The completed Application Form
  2. The Diversity Questionnaire

PLEASE NOTE: TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted.

FINANCE MANAGER

Four Squared recruitment are delighted to be supporting TIC+ with the recruitment of an experienced, part-time Finance Manager to join their growing team and build capacity for the future.

TIC+ are a charity who provides counselling, support and care for young people and families. They are here to listen and help get young peoples lives back on track. Following a period of growth they are looking to recruit a talented, experienced, part-time Finance Manager to join their dynamic head office team based in Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire.

As Finance Manager you will have previous experience of working in a charity sector finance role and be responsible for the delivery and development of discrete areas of finance, including draft year end accounts, daily operational finance functions as well as helping oversee independent audit.

Your experience in tendering, financial reporting and feasibility cash models will play an integral part in enabling the charity to achieve its vision, mission and objectives, and the successful candidate will be a key part of the senior management team.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide professional advice to the senior leadership team on all matters related to the financial management of TIC+
  • Develop effective management accounting systems
  • Work with budget holders to prepare budgets in accordance with TIC+’s business plans and assist in the preparation of these, including Full Cost Recovery and charge out rates
  • Monitor the financial performance of budget holders and TIC+ as a whole
  • Provide management accounting advice to budget holders as required
  • Monitor cash flow and provide forward projections to assist in the management of TIC+, including developing and maintaining feasibility costing models
  • Assist with contract submissions and ITT
  • Ensure TIC+ accounts are maintained and managed efficiently
  • Develop effective systems to manage financial risk
  • Preparing draft year end statutory accounts and overseeing the annual statutory audit in line with the Charity SORP
  • Line manage TIC+ Finance Co-ordinator and any volunteers allocated to support administration or finance
  • Liaise with Bank as necessary
  • Ensure timely production of monthly financial reports (on an accruals basis) for trustees and budget holders.

You will possess the following skills:

  • Qualified or part-qualified accountant, CIMA, ACCA or ACA or demonstrable finance experience
  • Experience of preparing draft statutory accounts in accordance with the Companies Acts and/or Charity Commission requirements
  • Solid management accounting experience
  • Good working knowledge of Excel e.g. create Pivot Tables; VLOOKUP; SUMIFS etc
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills – able to make financial information accessible and understandable for non-financial audiences
  • Ability to work under pressure and unsupervised
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Leadership skills with the ability to develop and motivate others to succeed
  • Experience of using financial software packages- (Paxtons in use)
  • Sound knowledge of accounting procedures, business organisation, administration and legislative requirements
  • Management of multi-million pound budgets and closure of period and year end accounts
  • Understanding of audit requirements (internal and external)
  • Strategic thinker-able to understand the big picture
  • Strong commercial acumen, common sense and evidence of sustained professional development and willingness to grow
  • Computer and technical knowledge
  • Excellent interpersonal and people skills, able to use emotional intelligence to engage people and motivate a range of personalities individually and in groups
  • Ability to work as part of a team and support other team members
  • Highly organised, able to meet deadlines and bring others to do the same
  • Sympathetic and supportive of the Christian Ethos of the charity.

This would suit a dynamic, energetic individual with a real passion for seeing young peoples’ lives transformed. This role is a pivotal part of the charities long term success and requires someone who is going to invest and develop the role in the long term.

The role is predominantly based at Head Office at Mitcheldean. The role is 30 hours a week and flexible working arrangements will be considered. Our client would like someone in post as soon as possible.

As the nature of this position involves handling public money, bank accounts as well as daily access to sensitive financial information, the successful candidate will be required to complete a Basic Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) prior to appointment.

If you want to join this inspirational team and make a real difference to the lives of young people either send your CV to [email protected] or call 01905 783 384 for a confidential discussion.

Four Squared Recruitment are recruiting for this role on an agreed and exclusive basis so all direct and third party applications will be managed and processed by Four Squared Recruitment on behalf of TIC+.

For more information please contact Emma Richardson on 01905 783 352 or email [email protected]

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy, an enhanced DBS is required for this post.


• TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
• You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.
• All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.
• Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

REFERRAL TEAM ADMINISTRATOR

Due to an exciting period of growth, an opportunity has arisen for the appointment of a Referral Team Administrator to join the passionate, dedicated and professional Referral Team based at our Head Office in Mitcheldean.

The role mainly involves taking referrals from children, young people, parents and professionals, in addition to a variety of administration tasks which enable and support the service delivery.

The administration assistant is the first point of contact for users of the service, who may be in a state of emotional crisis or shock. It is therefore essential that the post holder:

  • is confidential with a high level of personal integrity
  • has a warm and welcoming manner
  • a flexible and robust character
  • efficient in multitasking.

We are looking for an individual who can learn quickly and work collaboratively alongside a mainly part-time staff team.

If you are interested in applying for this vacancy, please download the following documents:

  1. Job Pack
  2. Application Form
  3. Equality & Diversity Questionnaire
  4. Privacy Notice

Place of Work:  TIC+, Office 73, 4th floor, Building 8, Vantage Point Business Park, Mitcheldean, Glos. GL17 0DD. You may also be required to attend TIC+ meetings and training related to the post at various locations across Gloucestershire as required. You will not be required to work outside the UK. During the current COVID restrictions, provision will be made for working from home following an induction period and as per government guidance. As a front line service, you may be required to still attend the premises on occasions.

Hours:  32 hours/a week to include a minimum of one evening. (Job share will be considered)

TIC+ offers service between 0900-21.15. Work pattern to be mutually agreed between these hours. You may be asked to work additional evenings on occasion as holiday cover or to provide extra staffing.

Contract: Permanent contract (subject to funding)

Salary: £9.16 per hour   

Holiday: 5.6 weeks a year (inclusive of bank holidays) pro rata for part time employees.

Deadline for applications: Tuesday 1st December 12 noon

Interview Date: Tuesday 15th December

Please return the following documents by the date stated to [email protected]:

  1. The completed Application Form
  2. The Diversity Questionnaire

PLEASE NOTE: TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted.

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S PERIPATETIC COUNSELLORS

Due to an exciting period of growth we are seeking to employ peripatetic counsellors to work with children and young people. Successful candidates will form part of a dedicated and professional team. The majority of sessions will be delivered face-to-face. During the current COVID-19 crisis, sessions may need to be delivered remotely by telephone, video and online chat. The role may also include working with small groups of young people or parents.

The posts available are:

· South Cotswolds (Cirencester/Fairford/Lechlade) 13.5 hours each week mostly term time – this includes 10 client hours – other hours are an average per week for admin, supervision, peer support etc. (less hours may be considered for the right applicant)

· Stroud/Wotton/Dursley/Tetbury 13.5 hours each week mostly term time – this includes 10 client hours – other hours are an average per week for admin, supervision, peer support etc. (less hours may be considered for the right applicant)

· North Cotswolds (Bourton/Stow/Chipping Campden) 7.5 hours each week mostly term time – this includes 5 client hours – other hours are an average per week for admin, supervision, peer support etc.

Please note: hours above do not include travel time between clients that you will need to allow for (you will be paid travel time and mileage as an additional expense).

Contracts are fixed term from 1st February 2021 until 31st March 2022 (mainly term time hours) subject to funding.


Successful applicants will:

· hold a relevant professional qualification in counselling/psychotherapy at Diploma level or above.

· be a member of BACP or UKCP or equivalent and also listed on the BACP or equivalent Register.

· preferably have experience working with children and young people.

· hold a relevant counselling children and young people qualification (training can be accessed at TIC+ commencing February 2021 and September 2021).

· have experience working to a brief/short term counselling model (7 sessions).

· hold a valid driving license and have vehicle access or an ability to travel within the district applied for to meet clients at school/college or community venues.

· have the use of a private, confidential space at home for when working remotely.

· have a suitable PC or laptop with good internet/telephone access for remote working.

Peer support, supervision & CPD is provided. Travel time & mileage allowance is paid between clients.

Salary: £24,395.00 to £31,200.00 /year – pro rata for part time employees.


Deadline for ApplicationsMonday 26th October 2020 

Interview Date: Tuesday 3rd November 2020

Induction Dates: Wednesday 13th January & Monday 18th January & Wednesday 20th January 2021

To apply contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form: [email protected]


CV applications are not accepted. For a full job description and application form please email [email protected] or telephone 01594 372777 for more information.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy, an enhanced DBS is required for this post.


• TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
• You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.
• All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.
• Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS ASSISTANT (PART-TIME/FIXED-TERM)

This is an exciting opportunity to join TIC+ as a part-time Marketing & Communications Assistant (1 year Fixed term contract) to support us at a time of growth and development. We want to grow awareness of our services and fundraising and increase our digital footprint to reach new audiences and engage with young people, families and supporters in Gloucestershire and elsewhere.

The main purpose of the role is to support the work of TIC+ in its engagement with young people and supporters, through social media, website development, presentation and online/printed materials. You will work to build on the current levels of engagement with young people, families and supporters in all settings including schools, businesses and at home. You will be required to devise content to promote our counselling services, fundraising activities and events and other campaigns as required, and enhance the social media experience of followers.

We are keen to develop the online ‘voice’ of TIC+ to speak to our various audiences. We want to encourage young people to talk openly and honestly about their own mental health and share the stories of their challenges.

You can read more about TIC+ at our website www.ticplus.org.uk

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate the following skills or characteristics:

  1. Excellent Communication Skills – including writing skills for web and social media. You will have good attention to detail and will be able to check and proof read for accuracy.
  2. Ideally, experience within a digital, marketing or communications role including:
  • Experience/ability to operate and develop social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok) and developing engaging content, including short videos
  • Experience of using design software (such as Canva/Crello) for digital and print design
  • Content management systems (WordPress) and ability to adapt to new online platforms
  • Understanding of SEO and paid social.

This role is based at TIC+ Offices, Carlson Suite, 4th floor, Building 7, Vantage Point Business Village, Mitcheldean, Glos. GL17 0DD. Some home working may be possible following induction, depending on current social distancing restrictions.

Hours:  Flexible to meet need up to 16 hours per week. Days/hours of work to be flexible by arrangement.

Salary: £27,277 (whole time equivalent – pro-rata for part time employees) £13.96 per hour

Holiday: You will receive 5.6 weeks’ holiday per year inclusive of public/bank holidays (pro-rata for part time employees).

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 4 November 2020

Interview Date: Wednesday 11 November 2020

PLEASE NOTE: TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy. CV applications are not accepted.

To apply contact TIC+ by email for a full job description and application form: [email protected]

COUNSELLORS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE


Due to an exciting period of growth we are seeking to employ peripatetic counsellors to work face to face with children and young people, and may also include working with small groups of young people or parents. Successful candidates will form part of a dedicated and professional team. Several posts are available in the following districts:

  1. Cheltenham/Tewkesbury – 16 hours a week
  2. Gloucester  – 16 hours a week
  3. North Cotswolds (Bourton/Stow/Chipping Campden) – 14 hours a week
  4. South Cotswolds (Cirencester/Fairford/Lechlade) – 16 hours a week,
  5. Stroud/Wotton/Dursley/Tetbury  – 16 hours a week
  6. Forest of Dean – 10 hours a week.

Hours are an average per week and include time for admin, supervision, peer group etc. Less hours may be considered for the right applicant.


Successful applicants will:

  • hold a relevant professional qualification in counselling/psychotherapy at Level 4 Diploma level or above.
  • be a member of BACP or UKCP or equivalent and also listed on the BACP or equivalent Register.
  • preferably have experience working with children and young people.
  • hold a relevant counselling children and young people qualification (training can be accessed at TIC+).
  • have experience working to a brief/short term counselling model (7 sessions).
  • hold a valid driving license and have vehicle access or an ability to travel within the district applied for to meet clients at school/college or community venues.

Peer support, supervision & CPD is provided. Travel time & mileage allowance is paid between clients.


Salary: £24,395 – £31,200 depending on experience, whole time equivalent (pro-rata for part-time employees).

PLEASE NOTE: Hours above do not include travel time between clients that you will need to allow for, (you will be paid travel time and mileage as an additional expense).

The hours are flexible delivered over 39 weeks per year – the majority during term time. Contracts are fixed term until March 2021.


CV applications are not accepted. For a full job description and application form please email [email protected] or telephone 01594 372777 for more information.

TIC+ operates a Safer Recruitment Policy, an enhanced DBS is required for this post.


Deadline for Applications: Wednesday 26th February 2020

Interview Date: Wednesday 4th March 2020

Induction Dates: Monday 23rd March & Tuesday 24th March 2020 


• TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
• You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.
• All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.
• Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.

ONLINE COUNSELLORS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE


Due to an exciting period of growth we are seeking to employ counsellors/psychotherapists to provide online counselling (text-chat) for children and young people aged 11-25 years. You will join a passionate, dedicated and professional team based either at our counselling offices in Mitcheldean, or at our office in central Gloucester.


Successful applicants will:

  • hold a relevant professional qualification in Counselling/Psychotherapy at least Level 4 Diploma level or above (or equivalent).
  • be a member of BACP or equivalent and also listed on the BACP or equivalent Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists.
  • have more than 150 hours of post qualification supervised clinical practice working with young people.
  • ideally have received (or are soon to receive) specialist training of at least 100 hours to work with young people according to the BACP competencies (can be accessed at TIC+).

A specialist certified online counselling training course will be provided to successful candidates who do not already hold such a qualification.

Online supervision from a specialist online supervisor will be provided for all online counsellors.


Terms:7 months fixed term commencing September 2021. It is hoped the contract will be extended beyond this period subject to funding.

Holiday: You will receive 5.6 weeks’ holiday per year inclusive of public/bank holidays (pro-rata for part time employees).

Hours of Work: Two 5.5 hour shifts (3.45pm – 9.15pm) per week are available. You may apply for more than one shift per week at either location (see below availability).

Place of Work: TIC+ offices in Mitcheldean or at our office in central Gloucester.

Possible working days are: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday in Gloucester or Mitcheldean or Tuesday, in Mitcheldean


CV applications are not accepted. For a full job description and application form please email [email protected] or telephone 01594 372777 for more information.

Tic+ operates safe recruitment procedures. The above position is subject to a successful Disclosure and Barring Service check.


Deadline for Applications: Wednesday 18th June 2021

Interview Date: Monday 5th or Tuesday  6th July 2021

Induction Dates: Wednesday 1st & Thursday 2nd September 2021

Salary: £24,765 – £31,668 FTE


• TIC+ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.

• You must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post.

• All employment offers are made subject to satisfactory references.
• Successful candidates will need to support the Christian Ethos of the charity.