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Network Coordinator Vacancy for the Independent Mental Health Network for Surrey and North East Hampshire

Mental Health Network Coordinator

Part time – 25 hours per week
Salary – Between £17,361 and £18,750 per annum (equivalent to £25,000 – £27,000 full time)
Based in Surrey

This role was created to help develop, support and coordinate a new Independent Mental Health Network in Surrey and North East Hampshire for people who have experienced mental ill health and carers. The aim of the Network is to strengthen the voice and influence of people with mental ill health and carers over the commissioning and provision of mental health services to improve outcome for people.

The role:
To support the Network Coordinating Group in developing the new Network, proactively reaching out to involve more people using creative communication methods, and coordinating Network activities to ensure people’s voices are heard and acted upon.

The person:
To succeed in this role you should have some experience and knowledge of involvement with people who have mental ill health or carers. You will understand the value of user involvement and be a champion for the Network. You will be a good communicator and a natural networker as well as having strong skills in project management, administration and use of new technologies.

Downloads:

MH Network Coordinator job description

For more information and to apply:
Email carol.pearson@surreycoalition.org.uk
Tel: 01483 456 558, or Text/SMS: 077809 33053
Closing date: Wednesday 30th August 2017

(Appointment is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check)
Surrey Coalition of Disabled People is an equal opportunities employer and actively encourages applications from disabled people including those with mental ill health. Please ask if you require an application pack in a different format.