With the confidence and organisational skills necessary to take the lead on busy and diverse projects, on the cutting edge of the Hearing Voices Movement, you will be required to engage with a wide range of stakeholders (from the adult mental health, prison, forensic and youth sectors). As such, this role is best suited to someone who is flexible enough to modify their approach to suit the situation. We are looking for someone with strong facilitation skills who is able to deliver and design training that communicates the values of the Hearing Voices Network clearly and accessibly.
As well as having responsibility for the overall management of the projects, including supervising staff/volunteers and ensuring we meet targets agreed with funders, you will also be required to undertake direct development work when necessary. This could include facilitating Hearing Voices Groups within a prison setting and, as such, it is important that you have experience in the adult mental health sector and supporting vulnerable people. Prior experience of working with people who have been in prison or forensic services is not essential, but a real willingness to do this is.
We particularly welcome applications from people who have lived experience of voices or visions and are able to use this experience to inform, and enhance, their work.
Previous applicants need not apply.
Closing date: 20 October, 3pm.
For more information and application forms, please see the job advertisement on the Mind in Camden website.