Cambridge Cyrenians are looking to recruit a: 

Mental Health Practitioner (RMN/Mental Health Social Worker)

Starting salary £30,661 (Equivalent Band 6 on NHS scale)

37 hours per week (flexible, but normally during office hours)

Cambridge Cyrenians has been providing accommodation and support to homeless men and women for nearly 50 years. We now wish to recruit a Mental Health Practitioner to support service users experiencing mental health issues and to assist with their resettlement.

As part of a small team based at our city center office, you will work with a designated caseload to assist identified service users you assess would benefit from your support, to enable them to access key support services that will assist in their recovery.

The post includes; 25 days’ annual leave (rising to 30), clinical supervision, continuous professional development and an opportunity to learn, develop and shape an exciting new role.

This post is funded by the Big Lottery Fund until July 2021. For further information about the post please contact Brian Holman on 01223 712501 or Emma Hooton on 01223 712502.

 Submit a CV to, or request an application pack from Alternatively forms can be found on our website at or can be obtained by phoning 01223 712501.

 Closing date for applications: 10am 14th August. Interviews: W/b 28th August.

 Emailed applications are preferred, but an application pack can be obtained by calling 01223 712501 or emailing

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We need a volunteer driver on Tuesdays and Thursdays for Cambridge Cyrenians Allotment Project. The task will be to drive the Long Wheel Base Landrover to pick up group members from local pick-up points in Cambridge at around 9am, and take them to the Whitehill allotment site in Elfleda Road for 10am.
The return journey will drop the group members back to the pick-up points after the sessions at 2pm. This will take approximately 1 to 1 and half hours each way, so up to 3 hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The driver will be expected to be able to complete basic daily vehicle checks such as diesel/ oil/ other fluids and lights before driving the Landrover in the mornings.
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The applicant must have a full licence to drive in the UK and a full DBS (police) check will be completed. Insurance and DBS checks are covered by Cambridge Cyrenians. Induction and any further training will take place once the successful applicant is in post.
Get in touch with Ruth Nicholls on 07984013091, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or contact Cambridge Cyrenians on 01223 712501