Clinical Lead - Manager

Clinical Lead / Manager - Hybrid - Part Time - Work from Home

Non-Profit - Charity

  • £37,050k/annum FTE (£22,230k/annum pro-rata)
  • 2-year Contract
  • Part time – approximately 22.5 hours per week
  • Flexible Hybrid Working – typically 2 days in the office, 1 day Work From Home

An exciting opportunity for a Clinical Lead Manager with a rewarding counselling charity.

Are you a Clinical Lead or Deputy Manager looking for a new challenge or a fresh perspective?

Do you want to be involved in working with an amazing mental wellbeing charity, knowing that you’re working towards really helping people?

Our client is a successful mental wellbeing community who are on their way to becoming a sustainable enterprise with an increasing voice in South Wales. They provide valuable counselling and support to individuals who are experiencing anxiety or unhappiness, as well as provide training to those who wish to learn more about mental health and would like to train as counsellors.

Are you someone with experience of child and young person counselling and ideally have experience of being a Clinical Supervisor?

The Role

The key accountabilities of the Clinical Lead will be to:

· To review, set out and monitor on an ongoing basis the clinical governance for all counselling activities carried out by the organisation.

· To help establish effective networks and links with relevant external groups and organisations.

· In conjunction with the Operations and Finance Manager maintain existing contracts and provide support with any clinical aspects of reporting arrangements and meetings.

· In conjunction with the Operations and Finance Manager work to gain new appropriate contracts for the development of the organisation and its sustainability.

· With the Clinical Director, ensure that effective processes are in place

  • for placement practice for students from our own Diploma training and other course providers.

· Support clinical supervisors and counsellors involved with the organisation and engage in the further development of clinical best practice and run regular meetings with clinical staff.

The Person


  • Experience working in a similar role and/or experience being responsible for overseeing a team is key.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • A member of BACP or NCS, or relevant Counselling Membership organisation.
  • Experienced MS Office User (including Excel, Word, Teams, and Outlook for communication and reporting requirements).

If you would like to be considered for this rewarding position, then please apply today by submitting a CV and Cover Letter.

Wales, Wales, UK