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Join our passionate and caring team working to improve the health and wellbeing of Deaf people.

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Current vacancies

  • Bank Outreach Worker- London
    We are currently recruiting for people to join our Bank team for outreach in London.
  • SignHealth Trustee (x2)
    At SignHealth we’re here to improve ALL Deaf people’s health and we want to make sure our Board reflects and celebrates the diversity of the Deaf community.
  • Permanent Housing Support Worker- Manchester
    We are looking for an independent, dynamic, compassionate and hardworking individual who is able to support individuals who are living in our community to help them become as independent as possible.
  • Bank Support Worker- Leeds
    We are recruiting for people to join our Bank team (Nil hours) in taking on the exciting challenge of providing high quality health and social care support to Deaf individuals, many of whom have mental health conditions.
  • Bank Support Worker- Manchester
    Here at SignHealth we are currently recruiting for people to join our Bank team (Nil hours) in taking on the exciting challenge of providing high quality health and social care support to Deaf individuals, many of whom who have mental health conditions.
  • Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Qualified Step 2 and 3 Therapists
    Are you a Qualified Step 2 Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner (PWP)? Or A Qualified Step 3 High Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT)? Are you fluent in British Sign Language?
  • Bank Support Workers – Birmingham
    We are looking for people to work with our dedicated teams supporting Deaf people with mental health difficulties and complex needs who live in our supported accommodation.

Why SignHealth?

The majority of our 130 staff are Deaf people and our award winning board has been recognised for its diversity and inclusivity. Together we are working to improve health and wellbeing for everyone.

Deaf people continue to face barriers in mainstream health and social care services. Since 1986 we have been providing services to the Deaf community and campaigning for more Deaf-awareness and better access.  

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