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Mental Health Officer

The primary focus of the Mental Health Officer (MHO) is to provide day to day support, coordination, and delivery of mental health programmes across Notts County Foundation including (but not limited to) Right Mind, On the Ball, Goals 4 Life, Primary Goals, Workplace Wellbeing and other health related programmes.

The Portland Centre, NG2 2HE
Contact Name
Chloe Gibson
Contact Telephone
Contact Email

About Mental Health Officer

Notts County Foundation (NCF) is the independent charitable arm of Notts County FC. For over 30 years, our dedicated team has been using the power of football and the benefits of sport to make a real difference within our local communities.

Our wide range of programmes cover sport, fitness, health, inclusion, NCS and education – transforming the future outlook for many and leading to positive change within people's day-to-day lives.

We take pride in our long-standing affiliation with Notts County FC – a community driven club that has provided fun, enjoyment and a sense of belonging for the people of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire for generations. By working together, we continue to inspire active change for those we serve.

The MHO will help people manage and improve their mental health and wellbeing, recover, achieve their personal goals, build relationships, and connect with their local community.

Included in this will be the consultation of new participants joining our mental health programmes as well as the monitoring and evaluating of active participants progress against individual targets and broader programme Key Performance Indicators. The MHO will assist in the collection, storage, and analysis of participant data, using such information to contribute to reports and presentations as requested by stakeholders, funders, and partners.

The MHO will also be required to liaise with representatives from Clinical, Health, Social Care, and the Voluntary Sector connecting with medical professionals, stakeholders, and participants with appropriate services and elevating the work of Notts County Foundation.

The MHO will be part of the Health Department and report to the Health Manager.

Supporting Documents:

mental-health-officer-nov-2021-(002).pdf (PDF, 161.6 Kb)

application-form-nov-2021.docx (MS Word, 79 Kb)

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