Charity registered in Scotland SC010430

RAMH promotes recovery from mental ill health, and empowers people to build independent, fulfilled lives.

Current vacancies

Senior Recovery Support Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £24,423 – £25,998
  • On site: East Renfrewshire
  • Closing 24th June 2024

East Renfrewshire – Housing Support Services

RAMH Housing Support Services provide support to individuals, with mental health issues, to maintain their home and community life, either within a 24 hour supported tenancy or their own homes across East Renfrewshire.

We are looking for an innovative and enthusiastic staff member who is interested in supporting and leading a team within one of our Housing Support Services, in East Renfrewshire. RAMH welcome applications from individuals from other disciplines, with transferable skills. This is an excellent opportunity to develop your leadership role.

RAMH have an excellent reputation for delivering quality person centred services that focus on recovery outcomes and has received “excellent” grading, for care and support in recent years from the Care Inspectorate.

You will have exceptional written and verbal communication skills and you will be required to support staff to understand and achieve outcomes and manage risks. Excellent flexibility in working hours is essential as evenings, weekends and sleep-overs are required. You will have a dedicated area of work with a staff team providing individual support packages to a wide range of people.

In return, RAMH will provide regular training and development, supervision and the opportunity for you to contribute to a large motivated team and help develop quality services.

For further information or an informal chat about the post, please telephone: Jackie Clark, Service Manager, or Louise Steel, Service Co-Ordinator on 0141 237 0026.

Must be eligible for SSSC registration in the next 6 months (without conditions)


Youth Counsellor

  • Part time
  • £27,061 pro-rata
  • On site: East Renfrewshire
  • Closing 2nd July 2024

You will be an enthusiastic, self-motivated individual who can provide confidential Counselling services for young people in secondary school settings.

You must hold a recognised diploma in Counselling, already have or be working towards BACP/COSCA/NCPS accreditation (as an individual) and have experience of working with young people in a therapeutic way. You will be a reflective practitioner with the ability to communicate effectively with a range of staff, parents and young people. Referrals come through East Renfrewshire HSCP Healthier Minds hub and you will be expected to counsel a range of vulnerable young people aged 10-18 years who may be experiencing emotional, behavioural and psychological difficulties. You will have an understanding of adolescent development, be able to identify emotional and mental health problems in young people and where appropriate refer on to higher tiered mental health services.

You will be required to maintain confidential records, provide regular statistical reports and contribute to the development and evaluation of this project.

For further information or an informal discussion, please contact Irene Brown Service Manager on 0141 847 8900