Independent Mental Health / Care Advocate (Full or Part-Time – Monday to Friday)
Professional Independent Advocacy can make a real difference to our clients’ quality of life. If you are interested in working with people of all ages including children, living with serious mental ill health, complex learning disability or lacking capacity, this role could be for you.
Our role is to promote, protect and secure an individual’s rights, such as accessing services, ensuring people are involved in making decisions about their own care and support planning and ensuring they are listened to without discrimination.
Opportunity to gain National Advocacy qualification via distance learning with internal supervision and training provided.
If you are interested in working for our charity, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a job description and application form. Candidates need to be educated to degree level and be entitled to work.
We are not lawyers, we are specialists who work in a statutory role with vulnerable individuals who have substantial difficulty making significant decisions about their life.
Closing date – 5th May 2023