Date Added: 25 August 2021
: 21 September 2021
Job Title: Community Organiser - SW London / Associate Organiser - Mental Health
Working For: Citizens UK
Salary: £31,479 plus £3,000 London Weighting (Community Organiser - SW London) / £24,696 plus £3,000 London Weighting (Associate Organiser - Mental Health)
Length of Contract: Permanent (Community Organiser - SW London ) / 12 months fixed term contract (Associate Organiser - Mental Health)
Community Organiser, South West London
South London Citizens, a people-powered alliance of almost 100 civil society organisations, is growing and looking to hire a Community Organiser to lead our alliances in Croydon and Merton. Using the methodology of community organising, the organiser will recruit, develop and work alongside local leaders and institutions to run and win institutional, local, and London campaigns.
The candidate will be the borough organiser for Merton Citizens, where they will work with leaders to deliver a local organising strategy to engage Merton Council ahead of the 2022 elections, run a Living Wage campaign, and support existing teams in their organising around housing, mental health and refugees welcome.
In Croydon, the organiser will work closely with Senior and Lead organisers to rebuild and relaunch the local alliance; recruiting and inducting new members in the practice of community organising.
Associate Organiser (Mental Health)
South London Citizens, a people-powered alliance of almost 100 civil society organisations, is looking to hire an Associate Organiser to work with communities to improve mental health outcomes in Lambeth, particularly those of Black and underrepresented communities. Using the methodology of community organising, the organiser will be rooted in local communities and member institutions of Lambeth Citizens. This role will find leaders, build teams and develop mental health hubs across the borough. Alongside local people, the organiser will co create tailored strategies that enable different communities to launch mental health campaigns and hubs. The successful candidate will have a passion for mental health, an appreciation for local wisdom, and great cultural competence. An understanding and commitment to tackle barriers experienced by Black and underrepresented communities in Lambeth is essential.
Closing Date: 21 September 2021
Community Organiser - SW London
Application Deadline: 5pm on Tuesday 21st September 2021
Associate Organiser - Mental Health
Application Deadline: 5pm on Tuesday 7th September 2021
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