Involvement & Inclusion Manager (MEAM)

Organisation: 
Homeless Link
Location: 
To be agreed
Contract type: 
Fixed Term until March 2022
Hours: 
35
Salary: 
£36,650 based in London Office £32,877 if based outside London
Deadline for applications: 
Friday, 4 December 2020 - 9:00am

MEAM are committed to the involvement of people with experience of multiple disadvantage in all aspects of our work, and the work that we support across the country.

We are now looking for a new Involvement and Inclusion Manager to support the experts by experience we work alongside and champion coproduction across our team and the people/areas we support.  We are currently reviewing and exploring our approach to equality and diversity and the Involvement and Inclusion Manager will play a role in helping us develop and deliver this work.

This role is specifically for someone with lived experience of multiple disadvantage. We welcome applications from people with experience of issues including homelessness, substance misuse, mental health problems and/or contact with the criminal justice system.  If you have experience and knowledge of inclusion and coproduction, are excellent at building and maintaining relationships, able to challenge while working as part of a team, and open to sharing your expertise as well as learning from others we would love to hear from you.

Making Every Adult Matter (MEAM) is a coalition of Clinks, Homeless Link, Mind and associate member Collective Voice, formed in 2009 to improve policy and services for people facing multiple disadvantage. Together the charities represent over 1,300 frontline organisations and have an interest in the criminal justice, substance misuse, homelessness and mental health sectors

We are actively seeking to improve diversity and representation within our organisation and encourage applications from Black, Asian and other ethnic minority backgrounds and/or people with a disability.

For full details of the role and how to apply please download our Recruitment Pack

For more information about the Making Every Adult Matter coalition visit the website below

http://meam.org.uk/

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