Why work with Mind?
We believe no one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We’re here for you. Today. Now. We’re on your doorstep, on the end of a phone or online. Whether you’re stressed, depressed or in crisis. We’ll listen, give you support and advice, and fight your corner. And we’ll push for a better deal and respect for everyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Whichever role interests you, you can expect a friendly and flexible working environment, excellent benefits and training opportunities.
Some of the benefits you will receive as a Mind employee
Mind pension scheme
We have a group personal pension plan, which is based on stakeholder terms and conditions. Subject to you making contributions at five per cent of salary, Mind will make contributions at seven per cent of salary.
We provide life assurance cover for all staff and new staff are required to complete and sign the relevant form on joining.
Employee Assistance Programme
All staff have access to a 24-hour Employee Assistance Programme. This includes free access to counselling services, financial and legal advice and help with education, health and family matters.
We have a training budget set aside to cover training and development for staff which is a requirement for their job or has been identified during appraisal or supervision as a job related training need.
Interest-free season ticket/bike loan
Mind offers an interest-free season ticket loan and a bicycle loan of up to £1000 to all members of staff once they have completed three months' service.
Bike to Work scheme
This scheme is open to all members of staff on the successful completion of their probation period. This is a cost effective scheme to get a bike and equipment at discounted prices and save money.
Our childcare voucher scheme is open to all members of staff on the successful completion of their probation period. This is a government approved scheme that allows employees to pay up to £55 per week from their gross pay for approved childcare costs before tax and NI is deducted.
The eyecare voucher scheme is open to all members of staff on the successful completion of their probation period. The scheme allows employees to obtain a voucher to receive a free eye examination and to apply for a £55 voucher towards corrective spectacles should they require them.
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