Wellbeing and Food Grower – Mind Food

Wellbeing and Food Grower

Ealing, London

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12 months fixed term contract (with a view to extend) Salary:

£23,000 to £26,000 pro rata

Closing date:

Monday 2nd January 2017

Interviews:

Friday 6th January

MindFood C.I.C has a vision to see people with mental health issues recover, find healing and go on to achieve their potential through growing and selling food.

  • We run a sensory market garden in Ealing West London
  • We offer a range of nature-based, therapeutic courses that help people to manage and improve their wellbeing
  • We sell ‘food that’s good for your mood’ into local communities

Do you have a passion for supporting mental health recovery through using the therapeutic power of nature based programmes? We are looking for a Wellbeing and Food grower to run our courses that support people with common mental health problems such as depression and anxiety to improve their wellbeing through growing and selling food. It’s an exciting time to join as we look to build on the success of the last 4 years and grow our reach and impact.

Role: Wellbeing & Food Grower

Place of work:  Ealing

Responsible to: Project Director

Hours of work: Monday and Friday 9 – 5 and additional day to be agreed

Salary: £23,000 to £26,000 pro rata

Contract: 12 months fixed term contract (with a view to extend)

Applications:

All applicants are required to email their CV and a covering letter addressing key skills and experience to ciaranbiggins@mindfood.org.uk

Closing date: Monday 2nd January 2017

Interviews on Friday 6th January

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