It’s an amazing experience supporting people to take control of their lives and achieve their goals.
Work for us
Working alongside people with mental health issues on their journey towards greater wellbeing is extremely rewarding. As one of the UK’s leading mental health charities, we can offer a wide range of jobs in mental health in different areas of support across the country.
Some positions require specific skills and experience, but others are suitable for people with no previous experience or qualifications in the field of mental health.
Whether you’ve just graduated, returning to work after having children, or have taken early retirement and would like a worthwhile part-time job, we might be able to help.
What jobs are currently available at Together?
All of our vacancies are advertised online and applications must be sent to post-appropriate contacts. Please do not send in general CVs as they will not be stored. To find out what’s available right now, have a look at our current vacancies
The benefits of working for Together
Download the PDF to find out more about what you can get out of working for us.Benefits of Working for Together
Gender Pay Gap
At Together for Mental Wellbeing, we pride ourselves on promoting a diverse and inclusive culture and embracing our differences. We offer all our employees the same growth and development opportunities. We have a strong female representation throughout the workforce. As of April 2017, women comprised 70% of the total workforce, 53% of managers and 63% of the Executive Team.
Under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, as an employer with more than 250 employees we are required to publish annually a series of calculations that highlight the gender pay gap across the workforce. The gender pay gap shows the difference in the average pay between all men and women in the workforce. It is defined as the difference between men’s and women’s hourly earnings, expressed as a percentage of men’s earnings.
Together’s mean gender pay gap of 8.1% compares favourably with the third sector overall, which had a gap of 12.4% in 2016 – while the national average was 12.9%.
At Together, we’re committed to developing a deeper understanding of the reasons why we have a gender pay gap – and defining and implementing appropriate actions towards narrowing this gap.
A detailed Gender Pay Gap Report for Together can be found here.