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Vacancies

Intervention Specialist, Oxford Team

The role of intervention specialist will give you an opportunity to work within an award winning mental health charity. You will be a key part of our committed and passionate team designing and delivering psychology based interventions to young people. For more information, please click on the buttons below.

To apply, please email recruitment@one-eighty.org.uk to request an application pack.


Traineeship Opportunities

To receive an application form , please contact Amelia Hartley, Team Leader - Placement Supervisor
on 01865 236 869 or traineeship@one-eighty.org.uk.


Student Placements

One-Eighty works closely with our local Universities, including Oxford Brookes, Ruskin College and Kingston and every year we offer several placements to students on a range of courses including Social Work, Occupational Therapy and Psychology - at both Masters and Bachelor levels.

The charity benefits enormously from the enthusiasm, fresh thinking and commitment of the students, and their feedback shows us that they relish the challenge of learning from a supportive and committed team who are themselves always engaged in professional development. Students make great progress at One-Eighty: they have opportunities to work directly with both young people and families; they get hands on experience of multi-professional working; they contribute to school based projects; and on a daily basis, they encounter situations where they can apply their academic learning in practical situations.

Please contact Amelia Hartley, Team Leader - Placement Supervisor on 01865 236 869 or
vacancies@one-eighty.org.uk.

Placement Students Experience

“I can honestly say that this placement has been incredible; not only on a professional level but also on a personal level- as I have learnt new skills that I reckon will be with me for life. Even though some cases are more challenging than others, an instinct kicks in where you aim to do your best to protect these young people and help them to succeed. Even seeing the slightest glimmer of improvement makes every second of that case worthwhile. Already the idea of working with young people (especially in the looked after children / leaving care sector) is appealing to me.

Along with taking into account the current issues the young person is presenting, One-Eighty takes a holistic approach to find out more about the young person’s past and their functioning in day to day life. This ensures that each intervention is tailored to meet the individual’s needs.

One-Eighty has helped me to embrace creativity by incorporating an individual’s interests into an intervention to increase engagement and therefore be more likely to produce positive results. Even simple tasks which would normally be pen to paper can be made to be more interactive. In reflection, I used to struggle with this concept at first but now I am lot more confident as it is becoming second nature.

One-Eighty also encourages professional and personal development and provides a constant stream of training throughout the year; which as a social work student is very valuable for my learning and future career.

As students begin our first 70 day placement we have already completed two human growth modules, so it is useful to be able to put theories such as; attachment and social learning into practice. With One-Eighty, we have received extra training in safeguarding, child sexual exploitation and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy which has helped me prepare for next semesters modules and shape me into a competent professional.

The team at One-Eighty have from day one valued my opinion, judgement and capability. Along with this and the level of responsibility entrusted on me (which has been intense at times) has made me overcome and manage my self-doubt and own values and ethics. However, I will now leave feeling confident and capable in reflecting successfully on my self-efficacy.”