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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.

We’re excited about growing and developing, with new opportunities to join us over the next few months. Read more about what we’re up to.

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.

 

Current vacancies

 

Advocacy Service Manager

Location: London, W10
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Closing date: Wednesday 30 October, 12 noon

The Advocacy Service Manager leads a team of advocates working with adults and young people across the NHS, private hospitals and the local community. You will give line management support, be the point of contact for our stakeholders and make sure we deliver high quality advocacy as per our contracts.

 

Quality and Safeguarding Manager

Location: Home-based, with travel to sites including Hackney, Kensington & Chelsea, Ealing and Broadmoor
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Closing date: Wednesday 30 October, 12 noon

We’re looking for a manager who has excellent advocacy knowledge, skills and experience. This role will support managers to develop a consistent approach to advocacy across the organisation, including how to identify areas to celebrate and areas to develop. The post-holder will provide expert advice and coaching of complex cases to service managers and senior advocates including IMCA, Care Act Advocacy, RPR and IMHA. They will support people to reflect and develop their practice one-to-one and in groups. The role includes facilitating workshops, providing casework support to managers and embedding policies and practice across the organisation.

 

Mentees

We are looking for people who would like emotional and practical support from a mentor. Contact Orla Blakelock for more details on or 07934 298720.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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