Collective Advocacy Worker – BAME mental health
Collective Advocacy Worker – LGBT+ mental health
CAPS is looking for two Collective Advocacy workers for two new collective advocacy projects to ensure the voices of BAME people and LGBT+ people can influence mental health services in Edinburgh.
Direct experience of the issues faced by these community groups is essential and applications are welcomed by people from these communities. Each post is 16 hours a week - setting up and facilitating these projects: engaging and communicating with people from these communities. Contributing to current experience-led training and awareness raising sessions offered by CAPS through our Education as Advocacy project – LEARN, is another aspect of each of these posts.
You can read more about CAPS on our website: capsadvocacy.org
These posts will be subject to membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and appropriate check.
An application pack is available for download below.
The closing date for applications is Tuesday 8 December 2020 at 12 noon. Interviews date is Friday 18 December 2020.
CAPS Independent Advocacy is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Scottish Charity Number: SC021772