Are you an experienced and organised comms professional, looking for a new challenge? This job is a fantastic opportunity to lead a comms strategy for an innovative and impactful non-profit organisation. The role is part time (28 hours but we can be flexible for the right candidate), home based (we can provide you with office space if you prefer at our base near Guildford) and gives huge scope for you to have an impact on the local community. Who we are Surrey Coalition of Disabled People is led by Disabled people for Disabled people. Surrey Coalition aims to promote the rights of Disabled people to have equality of opportunity and independence. Members are involved in a broad range of activity across the county and beyond, including co-production groups and forums, co-design of health and care service specifications, service monitoring, campaigning and influencing, mental health, technology and innovation projects and supporting and promoting projects and campaigns that are aimed at improving the lives of disabled people in Surrey. Introduction to the role The Communications Lead will coordinate communications for Surrey Coalition and two of the projects/networks that we coordinate: the Independent Mental Health Network and the Tech to Community Connect collaborative project. Purpose of the role To lead on the coordination, design and delivery of vibrant and engaging communications for Surrey Coalition, the Independent Mental Health Network (IMHN) and the Tech to Community Connect service. Please read the job description and person specification for further information.