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The Advocacy Project has a well-earned reputation for providing high quality advocacy and user involvement. We are a diverse and inclusive organisation.

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 read more about the background to The Advocacy Project, and about people who work for us.


Current vacancies

Senior Advocate (IMHA/ICAA)

We are looking for an exceptional person to line management IMHA/ICAA advocates and referral coordinators. You will allocate referrals to advocates, work with service managers to raise awareness of IMHA/ICAA and provide Independent Mental Health Advocacy and Independent Care Act Advocacy for eligible adults.

Advocacy Referral Coordinator

We are looking for a super organised person to process advocacy referrals efficiently and effectively. The role involves delivering accurate information to stakeholders about the referral processes and advocacy eligibility plus being responsible for ensuring accurate and efficient system and information for ineligible referral.

User Involvement Coordinator – Camden

We have recently started to work with Camden mental health user involvement service and are looking for an exceptional User Involvement Coordinator to join our dynamic and innovative User Involvement team.

Service user and Carer Representative

The London Adult Mental Health Transformation Programme is looking for passionate service users and carers across London to represent the service user and carer voice

Mental Health Peer Mentor

The Advocacy Project is looking for Mental Health Peer Mentors living within City of London and Hackney, peer mentors will have lived experience of mental illness which they will use to provide emotional and practical support for Mentees.


We are also looking for people who would like emotional and practical support from a mentor
Please contact Sophie Hudson for more details:







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