Do it Now Now

Wellbeing Skills Developer

Team of awesome humans seeks a wonderful person to lead the wellbeing support of our adult education participants

Title: Wellbeing Skills Developer

Employment Status: 3 days a week

Salary: £18,000 (pro-rata from £30,000 per annum) 

Location: Remote in the UK. Offices in Tottenham and Bermondsey, London.

Deadline: 06 May 2022, 11.59pm

Do it Now Now (DINN) is an open innovation organisation committed to the social empowerment to Black people through the provision of access to opportunities for social mobility through entrepreneurship and employment. We bring skilled talent, charities, social entrepreneurs, start-up teams, social innovators, investors and philanthropists together to address social challenges, solve problems and support the development of under-represented groups and Black communities specifically.

We have an unrivalled track record in understanding and supporting the needs of Black talent through research we have undertaken and the programmes we have delivered. Our team has deep experience and knowledge in the design and delivery of training programmes with 3 of the skills programmes we have designed being named Top in Europe by the Financial Times’ imprint Sifted in 2019. Our not so secret method is our propensity to put our participants at the heart of everything we do, underpinned by a strong impetus to collaborate with partners with sector knowledge. This is why we have received such praise as 'I felt like I was doing an MBA in 4 months', in relation to our business training program. We regularly receive 4 to 5 stars out of 5 from our beneficiaries and all have said they will recommend our programs to a friend. We are very proud of our beneficiary feedback.

Safeguarding: We are focused on ensuring our beneficiaries throughout all our programs are well supported and that safeguarding measures are put in place throughout all we do. Safer recruitment is a part of our overarching safeguarding policy. All volunteers, freelancers and staff are required to engage in safeguarding training before they start their work with us. Our processes are clearly set out and we make it everybody’s business to report issues as they see them. 

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About the role: we are looking for a Wellbeing Skills Developer who will help our community members by promoting positive mental health coping strategies that will empower them to take control of their own mental health and wellbeing.

You will achieve this by facilitating workshops throughout the year that contribute to positive mental health outcomes and personal wellbeing. In addition, you will develop creative and innovative initiatives that enable our community members to access support in a crisis, promote recovery and maintain wellbeing.


  • Design and deliver tailored wellbeing training programmes to community members.
  • Assist in the development, delivery and evaluation of skills-based training programmes and support other staff and freelancers involved with community members to help develop their skills, knowledge and confidence in the effective delivery of programme objectives.
  • Work with and support staff in monitoring outputs and outcomes.
  • Support mental health promotion within our community.
  • Maintain service user records and collect data as required to run the analysis, audit and evaluation of the wellbeing services and produce written reports as required.
  • Create an empowering, non-judgemental, positive and welcoming atmosphere within the community spaces, emphasising self-determination and assisting community members to make plans and decisions that help them reach their goals.
  • Establish and maintain rapport and respectful and trusting relationships with community members while providing effective support


  • Degree qualified (or equivalent experience) in a relevant field (e.g. psychology, counselling, psychotherapy, social work for example) and hold relevant experience from other work.
  • Experience and knowledge of working with people facing common mental health challenges
  • Knowledge of relevant networks in both statutory and community settings & building and managing relationships with partner organisations to ensure effective signposting and progression routes
  • Knowledge of Health and Safety and Safeguarding practices and processes
  • Experience developing beneficial courses based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapies. 
  • Workshop facilitation skills and the ability to train in Mental Health First aid to ensure all other staff members and facilitators are well equipped to engage with people in need of support
  • An understanding of methodologies used to implement, spread and adopt mental health and wellbeing innovations.
  • Excellent project management skills and experience.

About You 

  1. You’re highly organised and self-motivated. 
  2. You are an ambitious leader. You recognise the importance of what we are trying to achieve and see your role in that. 
  3. You’re resourceful. You know how to find things, solve things, answer questions, reach people.
  4. You are passionate about the cause. 
  5. You have sound judgement. You work independently, and when faced with issues react calmly and logically.
  6. You're a positive, solutions-oriented, and entrepreneurial individual with a drive for excellence.
  7. You can engage remotely and with autonomy.
  8. You’re a team player and manager, with strong interpersonal and collaboration skills.

This role will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check.

Do it Now Now is dedicated to the belief that all lives have equal value. We’re committed to creating a workplace where employees thrive both personally and professionally. We also believe our employees should reflect the rich diversity of the global populations we aim to serve—in race, gender, age, cultures and beliefs—and we support this diversity through all of our employment practices.

Thank you for your consideration.