We are always looking for talented and passionate people to join our team.

We are looking for a passionate and empathetic barista to join Head Room’s friendly food and beverage team. All our staff are strong mental health advocates and enjoy being part of our vibrant community hub.
No barista experience is needed as full training will be provided. This role would suit someone with an interest in social care and who is keen to be part of a supportive team providing great customer experience in an informal service setting.

For more information please contact Andrea Kalmar on 020 8458 2223 or email andrea.kalmar@jamiuk.org

At Jami, we are privileged to be able to support people in ways that are meaningful to them. We aim to improve people’s quality of life by ensuring people have their voices heard, have access to resources, and are equipped with skills, knowledge, and support.
The carers and family support service provides 1-1 and group support with a multi skilled team, including carer peer support and volunteers. It provides assessment, signposting, advocacy emotional and practical support to carers and families of adults and children and young people with mental illness and distress.

In this role, you will manage the delivery of an accessible, safe, and effective carer and family support service team, within the available resources that meets service user identified needs.

For more information please contact Naomi Glickman on 020 8458 2223 or email naomi.glickman@jamiuk.org

This role will ensure that children in the Jewish community aged 11-18 will have coordinated, timely and easy access to mental health services. Enabling them to access support and treatment. This role will work towards coordinating a single point of access for children and young people aged 11 – 18 with mental health needs in collaboration with YMHP agencies (Norwood, Noa Girls and Camp Simcha) and play a key role in delivering Jami’s CYP mental health services.

For more information please contact Maneesha Pathmarajah on 020 8458 2223 or email maneesha.pathmarajah @jamiuk.org

We are looking for a dynamic individual to deliver a variety of mental health programmes to young people in schools and youth groups.

For more information please contact Emma Dorman on 020 8458 2223 or email emma.dorman@jamiuk.org

We are looking for an occupational therapist to join our Recovery and Outreach team. You will carry out initial assessments and short-term interventions, enabling people to identify their needs and work towards their goals. You will meet people in person and use video conferencing technology to support people through 1:1 and group work.

For more information please contact Raisel Byrne on 020 8458 2223 or email raisel.byrne@jamiuk.org

To apply, please complete the application form below and attach your CV and a covering letter.

CVs will not be considered, unless accompanied by a covering letter. Please ensure that your covering letter provides as much relevant detail as possible highlighting how and why you meet the person specification in the relevant job description.

Due the volume of applications we may receive, if you have not heard from us within two weeks of the closing date, you have not been short listed to interview stage.

If you are invited to an interview, please bring an up-to-date passport for ID verification.

We have a legal responsibility to ensure that all our employees have the legal right to live and work in the UK. If you are made an offer of employment it will be subject to verifying that you are eligible to work in the UK.

If there are no job opportunities available that match what you’re looking for and you think you’d be a great addition to the team, please do get in touch and send us your CV.

Please note the information provided is not used as part of Jami’s selection process.

If you would like the job description or application form to be sent to you in an accessible format, please contact recruitment@jamiuk.org

Jami are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We recognise and promote, the positive value of diversity, equality and challenge discrimination. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds.