The Open Door Charity is a community of like-minded individuals, driven by exacting change in the lives of others.
This plays out across our services. The starting point is always to become a member of the charity, which is free with no waiting lists, then pick and choose the activities, events and services which are right for you at that time.
You can access as much as you like, as often as you like.
Please see below for our current role vacancies
Data & Insights Officer
Working pattern: 37.5 hours, flexible working times across Monday – Friday
Location: Bloom Building, with opportunity for home working.
Reports to: Data & Insights Lead
Contract type: Permanent (Dependent on a successful 3 month probationary period)
To register your interest, please send a copy of your CV and a cover letter through to email@example.com. For more information, please contact Dean Renshaw, our Data & Insights Lead (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This opportunity closes on the 8th of February 2024 at 5pm (full job description below).
Salary: £40,000 – £42,000 (dependent on experience)
Working pattern: 37.5 hours per week, Monday – Friday
Location: Bloom and Joy buildings (Birkenhead)
Reports to: Head of Services
Contract type: Fixed term
Contract: 5 years (dependent on a successful 6 month probationary period, demonstrating ODC values and excellent execution of responsibilities) with possible extension due to external funding
To register your interest, please send a copy of your CV and a cover letter through to email@example.com.
Full job description below.
The process to register as a youth or adult member of the charity is easy. Once registration is complete, you are free to access as many of our services as you like, at any time.
Complete the contact form below, adding some detail about what you are looking to do. We can then designate the correct member of the team to get back to you as soon as possible. Simple.
We partner with an ever-expanding network of agencies, organisations, institutions, universities and businesses.
We can provide consultancy services, in house support, training and much more. Current and past partners include Unilever, Liverpool One, Shop Direct, Bibby Line Group, University of Liverpool, Lush and many locally based teams.
Simply complete the contact form below and a member of the team will get back to you as soon as possible.
CMHT / Mentoring
Social action is at the heart of everything we do.
Most frontline services are delivered by a team who volunteer their time tirelessly to support others. This altruism and shared experience underpins all of our work and is at the core of our ethos.
If you want to learn, share, train or meet like-minded people as part of our ever expanding team, get in touch below.
Bloom Building houses a network of teams, organisations and individuals who are all working to create more progressive working around mental health.
Rental cost is very competitive and brings with it a wealth of added extras.
If you see yourself coinhabiting the brightest building with us then please get in touch.
We work directly with some of the regions largest employers to help them to rethink where and how mental health and its support sits within their organisation.
Past work includes policy codesign, mindfulness workshops on site with businesses, staff open days and introductory mental health training.
Partnerships of this nature are completely flexible and tailored to employers needs.
For more information please use the contact form below.
Public support and donation is vital to us providing everything we do and remaining immediate, whilst free of charge.
All funds raised do directly towards costs of delivery of Bazaar and Electric Islands to young people and adults feeling depressed, anxious, stressed or having panic attacks.
All fundraising support of any scale is hugely appreciated. If you are planning on raising funds for us get in touch and we will work with you to ensure the experience is the very best it can be for you and your supporters. Also ensuring that the vital impact your funds will have in the lives of others in the community is communicated.
We are mobile and can take our services and approach into other areas such as workshops, engagement events and open days, or standalone events.