We have over 100 staff working at Mind in Bradford and over 80 volunteers that help deliver our services. Everyone demonstrates our values on a daily basis and we make sure they are thread through everything we do from how we treat our clients and each other to how we develop as an impactful organisation in the wider community.
Making the biggest positive difference; listening and being creative to make the biggest positive difference.
Making things possible; giving hope and resources to make positive change.
Understanding, celebrating uniqueness and respecting all; reaching out, engaging and helping people feel safe.
Working together for a shared purpose; working together to make the biggest positive difference.
Being kind and compassionate; listening to / valuing people
Safe Spaces Team Leader
Working at Safe Spaces allows me to connect with people who are in deep distress with their mental health. The service gives a lifeline to those who really need it and I feel really grateful to be part of it.
Community Companions Service Coordinator
Mind in Bradford is a vital organisation that offers and does so much for the community of Bradford. Working here allows me to support this wonderful service and bring my personal experience of own mental health to support others.
Business Development Director
I used to work for a charity where I struggled to see a direct link between money raised and how it was spent. At Mind in Bradford I can clearly see how every penny we generate is spent to maximum benefit – and in a community I care passionately about.
- Pension scheme
- Annual reviews
- Simply Health cash plan
- Casual / informal dress code
- Employee Assistance Service
- Flexible working dependent on role
- Two staff company days every year
- Excellent personal development opportunities
- 25 days annual leave per year, plus Bank Holidays
- Discount schemes including Company Shop and Blue Light Card
- Work for an accredited employer; Mind Quality Mark, Mindful Employer, Disability Confident and Real Living Wage
I enjoy the autonomous nature of working in mental health and meeting a wide variety of people. I love working with people who are supportive, I am able to say that I am having a bad day.
Service Coordinator for Enhanced Access, WISHH and SMI-LE
My journey has been very rewarding, no two days are the same which is what I love most about my role.
Mind in Bradford has grown significantly over the last few years and I have enjoyed being a part of that process that has seen us support more people in more places.
The best thing about my job is making a difference and helping people to improve their day and lives.
Crisis Support Worker
I absolutely love working at Safe Spaces with colleagues who really care about the mental wellbeing of others.
Crisis Support Worker
Being a part of the Safe Spaces team is something I’m really proud of. I enjoy spending time with clients, giving them a chance to feel heard and supported and making a positive difference.
Hisham Al Mahayni
Service Manager for Enhanced Access, WISHH and SMI-LE
I feel that I am saving lives by supporting people with their mental health and giving them hope.