Employment at Touchstone

Available Vacancies

Vacancy: Well-bean Hope In a Crisis Cafe – Crisis Support WorkerPosted

SALARY: NJC Scale 5, Spinal Column 22 – 25, starting at £20,456 pa/pro rata HOURS:  24.5 hours per week Bank Staff hours are also available LOCATION: Leeds This role is fixed term until June 2019 The post will involve regular work on Saturday, Sunday and Monday (including bank holidays) in the evening and at night…

Vacancy: Connect For Health – Leeds South East (LSE) Social Prescribing servicePosted

SALARY: Scale 5 points 22-25, £21,074- £23,111 (pro-rata for part time) Exact salary is dependent upon the terms & conditions of the employing organisation HOURS:  There are 3 positions available: 1 X Full time, 37 hrs/week employed by Leeds Mind 1 X Part time, 22.5 hrs/week employed by Leeds Mind 1 X Full time, 37…

Vacancy: Community Health Development ManagerPosted

SALARY: NJC Scale PO2, Spinal Column 35 – 38, starting at £31,401 pa HOURS:  37 hours  LOCATION: Leeds It will be necessary to work flexible hours including some evenings and weekends Touchstone seeks a highly skilled, experienced and motivated Community Health Development manager, to join its award winning organisation and brilliant Management Team.  You will…

Vacancy: Senior Psychological Wellbeing PractitionerPosted

SALARY: Agenda For Change NHS Scale Band 6, starting at £28,050 pa HOURS:  37 hours per week LOCATION: Leeds Leeds IAPT consists of 4 partners, Leeds Community Healthcare, Touchstone, Northpoint and Community Links. Together we have delivered the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme in Leeds since 2009. We recognise that BAME communities are…

Vacancy: Delivery Network Partnership ManagerPosted

SALARY: NJC Scale SO1 scp 29 – 31 starting at £26,470 pa HOURS:  37 hours per week LOCATION: Leeds Touchstone in collaboration with our strategic partners Community Links and Leeds Mind (strategic partnership) are looking for an outstanding individual with significant leadership and management experience to provide strategic leadership and work co-productively with 16 Delivery…

Touchstone has developed its reward and benefits package to attract, motivate and retain the best people.

Why people love working for Touchstone

Staff reward and benefits include:

  • Competitive rates of pay.
  • Money Purchase Occupational Pension Scheme.
  • Generous holiday entitlement, starting at 28 days per annum, rising to 31 days after two years of service (pro-rata).
  • 8 bank holiday days.
  • Internal and external training.
  • Development opportunities.
  • Generous maternity and paternity policies.
  • Access to confidential employee assistance.
  • Childcare voucher scheme.

Equality and diversity

  • Valuing difference and celebrating diversity are core parts of Touchstone’s vision and values. It is important to us to treat staff and applicants from all backgrounds with equal respect.
  • Touchstone is a Stonewall Diversity Champion,  a  Stonewall Top 100 employer and in 2015 was named Stonewall’s Employer of the Year in the Yorkshire and Humber region – recognising our commitment to supporting staff of all sexual orientations and to challenging prejudice. All staff receive training on issues of sexual diversity and there is a confidential forum for LGBT staff members to seek support from their peers.
  • Touchstone is a Mindful Employer – we will always seek to support staff and applicants who are experiencing mental health issues and to ensure that they are not discriminated against.
  • Touchstone has been granted the Positive about Disabled People mark – recognising our commitment to supporting staff and applicants with disabilities.

Current staff

Touchstone employs over 150 people. Every year our trustees set diversity targets for staff and in 2017/18, Touchstone staff described themselves as:

  • 72% female, 28% male
  • 2% said that their gender identity is not the same as they were assigned at birth
  • 14% LGB (Lesbian, Gay or Bisexual)
  • 48% come from BME (Black or Minority Ethnicity) backgrounds
  • 19% consider themselves disabled

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