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We currently have a vacancy for Mental Health Lead. It is a 12 month fixed term contract, full time, and salary is £28,000 per annum.

Deadline for all the applications is 12:00 noon on Wednesday 24th March 2021, however applications will be shortlisted as they come in, and any of the below vacancy openings may close early, therefore we do recommend applying as soon as possible.

To apply please read person specifications and job descriptions below, and fill in application form (no CVs will be accepted) and return it to clare.burgess@surreycoalition.org.uk BEFORE 12:00 noon on Wednesday 24th March 2021


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