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Work for us

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See our short video about working for The Advocacy Project.

The Advocacy Project has a well-earned reputation for providing high quality advocacy and user involvement. We are a diverse and inclusive organisation. We welcome applications from people with transferrable skills and qualities, and people with diverse employment histories and/or personal backgrounds.

We’re looking for exceptional people to join our talented and committed team. Your values are as important as your skills and experience. If you’re passionate about creating a world in which every person has a voice, we’d like to hear from you.

You can find out more about what it’s like to work for The Advocacy Project in our recruitment pack, and hear Judith Davey, CEO, being interviewed in a recent podcast about leadership. All staff and volunteers need to have a DBS check before beginning work with us; read our DBS and recruitment of ex-offenders policy for details.

You can see an overview of our team structure here.

 

Current vacancies

 

Service User Trustee

Hours: Part time
Location: Home working/ London
Closing date: Friday 22 April, midday

As a service user trustee, you will have lived experience of a mental health issue or a learning disability. You will have used mental health or learning disability services – either ours, or similar services run by other organisations. You need to have an understanding of advocacy and a passion for helping The Advocacy Project be the best it can be – but you don’t need to have previous experience of charity governance.

 

Independent Advocate

Hours: Full time / part time
Location: Inner London

The post-holder will provide independent advocacy in various settings, including in the community, people’s homes, and hospital settings including mental health wards. You’ll raise awareness of advocacy, including for people from minority ethnic communities. We work in the London boroughs of Hackney, Westminster, RBKC, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and in Broadmoor Hospital, Berkshire. Please contact us to find out which locations we’re currently recruiting in.

 

Independent Advocate (short-term assignment)

Hours: Full time / part time
Location: Inner London
Closing date: We will interview as suitable candidates apply

The post-holder will provide independent advocacy in various settings, including in the community, people’s homes, and hospital settings including mental health wards. You’ll raise awareness of advocacy, including for people from minority ethnic communities.

Please note this role is for short-term/temporary assignments. Please contact us for more details about hours and working patterns.

 

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