As our name suggests, we’re on a mission to build a community that brings us all together in the name of better mental health. With members of multiple nationalities, age groups, genders and backgrounds, our platform works to support those who need it, regardless of their situation or experience: It’s about people helping people.Current Roles
This extends to our team at Togetherall. Although we’re spread over three continents, we work together as one to offer safe and accessible mental health support. It’s an exciting time to be in the ever-growing digital mental health space and, at Togetherall, you could be at the forefront driving positive change for our team, our members and our commissioners.
If you’re passionate about mental health and want to be part of an ambitious and hardworking team, we’d love to have you on board. Every role makes a difference at Togetherall, so whether you’re a marketer, a developer, a clinician or a people person – we’re committed to helping you thrive.
As we are based across three continents, our benefits packages reflect what’s important to teams within local markets, but can include the following:
We offer a mix of remote and in-office working for most roles in the Togetherall team and allow for flexible working where possible. Please check our vacancies for specific details on each role.
As a global business, we operate on the ethos of camaraderie, collaboration and communication. We’re also a friendly and social bunch – we make sure to stay connected with regular online social activities (huddles), as well as tech demonstrations and business updates that keep us aligned to our mission.
At Togetherall, we don’t just accept difference, we thrive on it. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer and working with us is based solely on a person’s merit and qualifications directly related to professional competence.
We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive work environment where all employees and applicants can flourish. We also have a no-tolerance approach to bullying or exclusionary behaviour.