Independent Advocate – Statutory Advocacy at Swindon Advocacy Movement
Salary: £22,060 – £24,304 depending on qualifications and experience.
Excellent benefits including flexible working
Hours: Up to 37 hours per week, job share considered.
Swindon Advocacy Movement (SAM) is seeking to appoint an Independent Statutory Advocate working with young people and adults with support needs. This service enables vulnerable people to participate as fully as possible in any decision to maintain their independence and secure the rights and services they are entitled to.
SAM’s tag line is “Your Life, Your Choice, Your Voice” they believe that everyone should be able to influence their own lives, and to be able to experience independence.
Everyone should be treated with dignity and respect and have equal opportunities in life, be treated as an individual and to be valued.
If you believe in fairness and equity for all and you’d like to work for one of the most influential charities in Swindon, then they’d like to hear from you. This is an exciting, fulfilling, opportunity to make a real difference to people’s lives.
Do you have experience in Advocacy, Information and Advice or a similar role, ideally in a health, social care, children and family services or experience of working with vulnerable adults? If so, SAM want to hear from you to join their committed and friendly team!
They offer a complete package of support, supervision and training.
If you would like more information, please contact Rachel Grabowski on 01793 542266. To request an application pack please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for applications: Midday on April 26th 2022.
Interview date: Friday 29th April 2022.
Swindon Advocacy Movement is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. Swindon Advocacy Movement expects all staff and volunteers to share that commitment. All posts are subject to Enhanced DBS check.
Swindon Advocacy Movement is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from anyone regardless of disability, race, religion or sexual orientation.