We are always keen to hear from individuals who feel that they have the knowledge, qualities and expertise to join us in continuing to deliver our impactful services to the community. From time to time, we do have employee vacancies and these are always posted below and on other websites suitable for the role. In addition to our paid positions, we also occasionally recruit and support students and volunteers.
There are no current vacancies at the moment. However, please do fill in our contact form if you would like us to get in contact with you regarding any new vacancies.
Stakeholder feedback group
If you are interested in supporting WPH Counselling but do not feel that you have the capacity to commit regularly to volunteering your time, you may be interested in joining our Stakeholder Feedback Group. We are continually striving to ensure that we are providing the best service to our clients and developing our organisation to have the biggest impact possible. Our Stakeholder Feedback Group gives you the opportunity to contribute to the development of WPH by providing feedback on your experiences with us and sharing your ideas for the future of WPH and its services. We anticipate that the group will meet approximately twice a year. Our stakeholder group is currently growing and we are actively seeking participants. If you are interested in getting involved, please email email@example.com.
We are always interested to hear from individuals who think that they may be interested in joining our organisation as a trustee. Trustees are unpaid voluntary roles within the charity and have a responsibility to ensure the successful governance and delivery of the charity’s aims and objectives. Our trustee board currently meets approximately six times per year for board meetings and once per year for our Annual General Meeting (AGM). Trustees are also able to contribute to specific projects and areas of work as developed with the Chair of Trustees, the Service Director and other trustees.
If we have any vacancies for trustees, these will be posted on our website and online. When recruiting trustees, we look for individuals who may join our board with the expertise and capacity to support the governance and leadership of the organisation, by contributing to specific projects to shape and improve our services. We would be interested to hear from individuals who have any of the following skill sets: IT, information security, compliance knowledge, human resources expertise, legal knowledge, community development knowledge, or those who have prior experience as a client of WPH. We want our trustee board to reflect our diverse society and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.
Becoming a trustee is a great way to give back to the community and is also a very rewarding role in which you could:
- Gain skills, as well as networking and insight opportunities, in the field of mental health and counselling
- Belong to a small charitable service with a culture of helping and compassionate care, alongside experienced, qualified counsellors
- Help to improve a charitable service being provided across Walsall and have a say in how the service is delivered
- Make a real difference to people who are most in need
- Gain access to knowledge, skills and training around being a trustee and counselling more broadly
- Develop your leadership skills
Other ways to help
Not in a position to donate your time? Not a problem! We appreciate all forms of support and we are always grateful for people promoting our services and sharing news of our charity. This could be as simple as telling a friend about our service or your experiences with us, sharing one of our social media posts, putting up a poster in your place of work or a community setting, or recommending us as a worthwhile charity for any fundraising events that you are involved in.
Find out more
If you would like to learn more about any positions that we are currently recruiting for, whether paid or voluntary, please send an enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.