Hull & East Yorkshire Mind prides itself on the quality of the services it provides to the community and believes that this is rooted in the quality and skill of its workforce.

Vacancies we currently have are detailed below.

With growing demand for our services we need more people to join our motivated and skilled  team to help us deliver the best support across the whole of Hull and East Riding.

Property Management Assistant

£15,261 per annum

37 hours per week           based in Hull

At Hull and East Yorkshire Mind managing accommodation means maintaining people’s environments so they have a place to call home, a place to feel proud of and a place to enjoy going back to.

Using your previous experience of property management you will work with our residents, our housing team and external partners to ensure that all our properties are safe and maintained to a high standard.

You should have good administrative skills with experience of managing financial processes to support the management of rent accounts and be highly organised.

Applicants must have a full current driving licence and access to their own transport for work purposes as the role will involve travel in Hull and the surrounding area. Hours of work may be between the hours of 8.00am until 8.00pm Monday to Friday with some weekend, bank holiday and evening working.

The post will be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

For an application pack please email

If you require an application pack in a different format please contact the Administration Office on 01482 240200.

Closing Date: Monday, 19 June 2017      

Self Employed Counsellors 

We are currently looking for fully qualified BACP registered counsellors to work with young people (we have referrals directly from CAMHs in Hull) and adults under the Let’s Talk contract in Hull.

We are looking for counsellors who can build strong therapeutic relationships, create safe environments, be compassionate in their work, encourage meaningful activity and cultivate hope within young people and adults. Our young person’s counselling service works with 10 to 18 year olds with a range of presenting problems from bullying, exam stress and anxiety to depression, low mood, self-harm and family issues.

The adults we see on the Let’s talk side are experiencing mild to moderate mental health problems at cluster 3 of the primary care system.

This opportunity would be a self-employed position working in our office on Beverley road in Hull, in the community or at local schools between 8am and 8pm Monday to Friday..

Please email recruitment with your CV

Freelance CBT Therapists

£30-35 per hour (dependent on experience)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for  experienced  CBT Therapists to work with Hull and East Yorkshire Mind on a self-employed basis to support adults, children and adolescents across Hull and the East Riding.

Essential Criteria

These are criteria all applicants MUST be able to demonstrate either at short listing or at interview. Applicants should therefore make it clear within their application whether or not they meet these criteria. Failure to do so may result in you not being shortlisted. The criteria are stated below:

  • Post-graduate Doctorate level training in Clinical or Counselling Psychology or Post Graduate diploma in CBT.
  • Current registration with Health Care Professionals Council (HCPC) or eligible for immediate registration / Accredited with the BABCP.
  • Ability to communicate clinically sensitive information to young people, their families and other professionals in the education sector, in both verbal and written format.

The Role

This is a freelance role and applicants must be able to commit to a minimum of one evening per week.  Successful candidates will offer weekly therapy sessions to young people aged 10-18 years and adults, in addition to providing parental support.

The young people / adults you will be working with typically present with anxiety, low mood or behavioural management difficulties. Causes of anxiety include separation anxiety, exam stress, social phobia, difficulties relating to peers, OCD and worry. Behavioural difficulties can be related to learning difficulties which make concentrating on tasks more difficult and can lead to anxiety, low self-esteem, frustration and anger.

Required licence or certification

  • BABCP Accredited / Member

If you are interested in joining our team, please email your CV to:

Volunteer Mentors – Ex offenders  

We are now recruiting volunteers mentors to work on our unique Don’t Look Back project.  Working 121 with a person newly released or awaiting release from prison, you will support  individuals with accessing housing, training, social activities and any other areas of concern, to help them integrate back into the community in the best possible way they can.   Full training and support provided.

If you feel inspired, and can spare up to 3 hours a week,  email a completed application form to  and see link below for further details.


Application Form

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