Job: Pakistani Women’s Emotional Wellbeing Worker

NHS Sheffield Health and Social Care are recruiting a Pakistani Women’s Emotional Wellbeing Worker.

  • £20,710 – £26,839 per annum pro rata

  • 18.75 hrs/wk

  • Location: North Day Service, Sheffield S3

  • Ref: 09/031/PY

Our Trust is committed to working with all of Sheffield’s communities to address mental health inequalities. As part of this commitment, the post of Pakistani Women’s Emotional Wellbeing Worker was created in 2005. This post has now received permanent funding, and the Trust is looking to replace the previous post-holder who is now working for another service within SHSC.

You will initially work with Pakistani women in the areas of Burngreave/ Pitsmoor, Firvale and Firth Park on a 1:1 and groupwork basis. It is envisaged that the scope of this work will eventually be expanded to include the areas of Attercliffe, Darnall and Tinsley.

We are interested in hearing from women who have experience of working with vulnerable people in a flexible way in the community and are fluent in Urdu and English.

Community Seminars will be held to outline the work of this post and to encourage anyone with an interest and appropriate experience to apply. These Community Seminars will be held at: the Meeting Place, 259 Pitsmoor Road, Sheffield S3 on the 3rd and 10th December from 5.30pm – 6.30pm. N.B. The Trust is committed to safeguarding adults and children and the successful applicant will be subject to a check/disclosure through the Criminal Records Bureau.

This post is advertised as a Genuine Occupational Qualification in accordance with Section 7 (2) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975. For further information please contact Greg Harrison on (0114) 226 3361 or

Application forms are available by visiting or or call our 24 hour Job line on (0114) 271 6745 for a paper application. Please quote reference number: 09/031/PY.

  • Closing date: Thursday 17th December 2009.

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