We have an exciting opportunity for someone passionate about upholding the rights of people to work as a Universal Advocate and join our existing team of advocates already providing this service across Leeds.
Advonet is a growing organisation working with people who are marginalised to raise their voices and have their rights respected.
You will use your specialist knowledge and proven advocacy skills to deliver advocacy. You will be based initially in our Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) team (25hrs post) or our Community Advocacy team (24hrs post), though over time you will be expected to work across all the advocacy disciplines as required.
You need to be working or have worked in a similar role and be willing to work towards achieving the Independent Advocacy Qualification (IAQ).
To apply for this role please go to our website and complete the Advonet Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, which can be found on the links on this page, along with a detailed job description and person specification (CVs will not be accepted).
If you would like more information or an informal chat about the post please call Advonet (number on our website) and ask to speak to Paul Holland, IMHA Service Manager or Libby Plum, Universal Advocacy Manager (Community and Care Act).
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