Mental Health Concern
3.1 out of 5 stars.
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Mental Health Concern Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
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Jobs

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Permanent, Full-time
Service Manager

Newcastle upon Tyne

£40,905 - £47,552 a year

6 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time
PWP Team Lead

Newcastle upon Tyne

£31,707 - £41,816 a year

11 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time, Part-time
Registered Mental Health Nurse (Older People Services)

Tyne and Wear

£24,910 - £30,679 a year

23 days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 248 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Behavioral Therapist
£35,096 per year
Registered Mental Health Nurse
£26,963 per year
Counselor
£29,221 per year

Nursing

Registered Mental Health Nurse
£26,963 per year
Registered Nurse
£25,785 per year
Senior Nurse Practitioner
£33,470 per year

Therapy

Behavioral Therapist
£35,096 per year
Therapist
£30,634 per year

Administrative Assistance

Client Coordinator
£17,968 per year
Administrator
£16,761 per year
Receptionist
£16,209 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 9 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Support Worker in Gateshead
on 4 February 2019
Hard Work but rewarding
Mental Health concern provide care to people with dementia, in my nearly 10 year in this company I have grown and gained many skills The role is very rewarding
People Services Administrator in Seaton Burn
on 9 February 2021
Great Culture
I work on the Corporate side of Mental Health Concern. I love this job because of the culture! Everyone is so friendly and always willing to help. We have access to online pilates lessons, a weekly virtual lunch so everyone can stay in touch whilst working from home due to covid19, we are able to personalise our desks in the office with plants and photoframes (within reason of course) so it is an enjoyable atmosphere to work in, we used to have weekly "Walking Wednesdays" (until Covid19 meant people were working from home) and also we have access to 24/7 free confidential support which includes mental health sessions. The work I do is busy, but it is very rewarding and you never feel bored. I can honestly say I am so happy in my role, I would definitely recommend. The organisation really values the employees, and have recently done a large Pay Award for all staff.
Administrator in Birkenhead
on 5 August 2020
A disgrace from start to finish
Without doubt THE most appalling place I have ever worked. Staff are given no progression opportunities and it is clear the management have received no appropriate management training whatsoever. Serious well-being issues are overlooked and management spend more time covering their own backs rather than attempting to adhere to legislation. For a company that allegedly offers mental health support there is zero consideration for the mental and physical well-being of staff. To add insult to injury the salary amounts are a disgrace. The company expects 150% commitment, 150% loyalty etc for zero in return. Should you wish to pursue a career with an organisation which offers decent career progression in a supportive environment I would suggest you look elsewhere.
Support Worker in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear
on 9 June 2020
Poorly managed.
Do not put yourself through the heartbreak of working here, the staff are lovely but the management are disgusting Vile sole destroying bullying vultures who don’t care about their staff one bit as long as it looks good on paper. No support, no help and constantly expect more and more for less and less. The pay is disgraceful for the stress and abuse you have to go through on a daily basis and constantly short staffed. Avoid like the plague.
Support Worker in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear
on 14 August 2019
Avoid!!! Honestly avoid!!
The staff are lovely and they go above and beyond for the residents, the managers on on the other hand, are nothing but bullies. They will trick you during the interview and make bunch of promises, when you start you will literally regret it!! You feel harassed!! On your days off they are constantly ring you and make you feel guilty for saying No. No JOB is worth your mental health!! AVOID!!! It’s a horrible place to work. They call themselves Mental health concern, but your mental health is not important to them. You are just a number to them. I wish someone warned me.
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