We invite applications for an exciting opportunity to join the advocacy team at Respond. we are currently working online and in person, so the post is home based, with the option to return to work from our London office post Covid-19.
The post is part of the CouRAGEus project and is funded until March 2022 with possible further funding. You would be joining a team of three ISVAs and a harmful practices and domestic violence advocate. This is a perfect opportunity for someone who has experience of supporting autistic people or people with a learning disability and would like to move into the area of advocacy. Or perhaps you have experience of advocacy and want to gain experience of working with autistic people and people with a learning disability. We would encourage you to apply if you feel you have transferrable skills and knowledge which fit the job description.
This unique opportunity may well be the next step in your career advancement with a commitment from Respond to support and develop your skills in all areas of the role, including your knowledge of trauma and its impact of people with a learning disability, autistic people or both.
About us: Respond is a small national charity with offices in London and Birmingham providing specialised community support for children and adults with learning disabilities, autism or both who have experienced abuse or trauma.
To apply: Via CharityJob with a covering letter outlining how you meet the person specification criteria. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered.
Closing date: 19th November
Interview date/s (by Zoom): 23rd and/or 24th Novembe
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