The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute is working for a world in which the vicious cycle of money and mental health problems is broken, so that we all have an equal chance of financial security, regardless of our mental health; and everyone’s mental health can flourish, regardless of their financial circumstances. We aim to be a world-class centre of expertise, but we don’t produce research to just sit on shelves. We develop practical policy and solutions, working in partnership with those providing services, those who shape them, and those using them, to find out what really works. We campaign, build, test and innovate until our research leads to real change.
Why work for us?
We pride ourselves on being a caring and inclusive organisation. The results of a recent staff survey revealed:
- 100% of our staff said that they agree that Money and Mental Health is committed to supporting their wellbeing and health, and that the charity has a supportive culture.
- 100% of our team said that they ‘strongly agree’ that they have a clear sense of the charity’s purpose and are confident that the charity is well managed.
- 100% agree that Money and Mental Health values employees and treats them with respect.
We are actively seeking freelance consultants with experience in vulnerability and financial or other essential services to work with us on our Mental Health Accessible programme. The programme helps essential service providers such as banks and utilities providers to better support customers with mental health problems. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Money and Mental Health is committed to interviewing a broad range of candidates for vacancies and that financial difficulty should not be a barrier to interview. Where needed we can interview candidates over Skype and in some circumstances we can meet travel costs for interview, please ask for further details.