Join us as a Campaigning Advisor!

UPDATE - we've now closed the applications for this role. Thank you to everyone who applied! Be sure to keep an eye out for more opportunities in the future.

We're looking for a group of five people with lived experience of mental health problems to take part in our first Campaigning Advisory Group! We want advisors to help us understand our campaigning audience, reach new people and improve the way we campaign with people with mental health problems. PDF iconDoes this sound like an opportunity for you? 

The role will involve attending two Saturday workshops in London in October and November, plus a November weeknight follow up session via Skype call.

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When?

Saturday 12th October - 10.30-4pm

Saturday 26th October - 11-2pm

Plus a follow up Skype session on an evening in week beginning 4th November (exact date TBC).

PDF iconDownload the role description here to find out more

The workshops will be focussed around different aspects of Mind's campaigning work, including our campaign supporters, the ways campaigners can get involved and the look and feel of our communications. This will include:

  • Helping us understand our campaigner audience and reach new people
  • Helping us analyse and improve our campaigner communications
  • Helping us provide a better experience to our campaigners with mental health problems

Participants will be paid a participation fee for their time.

If you're interested, please PDF icondownload the role description and apply using the form below. Deadlines for applications are Thursday 26th September.

 
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