Borders Care Voice is looking for a Collective Advocacy Worker for its You See it All Project.
The project started in April this year and aims to give a voice to the most marginalised and socially isolated in the Scottish Borders. We plan to work with those on low incomes, empowering and developing their skills to tell their stories and educate their communities, as well as local and national decision makers.
This will raise awareness of the issues they face, tackling stigma and negative stereotypes. Many of these individuals will also have lived experience of mental ill health, substance misuse, disability or long-term conditions.
The role of the Collective Advocacy Project Worker is to lead, facilitate and develop the successful delivery of the project.
The project is joint funded by the People’s Health Trust (Active Communities) and the Robertson Trust.
Closing Date: Monday 7th October 2019
You can download the job description, application form and other documents by clicking the links below.