Islington Mind aims to ensure that the needs and interests of mental health service users, women, black and minority ethnic communities, disabled people, lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender and people of all ages are reflected in all its activities. All staff are expected to contribute to this aim.
In this role you will support the development of Islington Mind's work with marginalised groups and those with lived experience of mental health problems
You will support the cultivation and maintenance of productive working relationships with marginalised groups and organisations representing the interest of these groups.
Be responsible for developing effective inclusive internal and external communications and engagement methods. Ensuring the views of people with experience of mental health problems inform and guide your work and actively seek opportunities to involve people with lived experience in planning, delivery and review.