We are looking for a Suicide Prevention Campaigns Lead (High Risk Communities) to join our team. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and you are able to meet the criteria detailed below, please apply!
What will a Suicide Prevention Campaigns Lead (High Risk Communities) do?
Key responsibilities of this role are to:
- Lead on the delivery of the Suicide Prevention campaign work.
- Co – design and deliver focused campaign activity across the communities, linked to bespoke suicide prevention training and community practice.
- Build strong relationships and work collaboratively with partner organisations to co-design bespoke resources and campaigns activity that meets the specific needs of the community.
- Work collaboratively with CPSL Mind training team to design bespoke suicide prevention workshops resources for the team to deliver across our partner organizations staff and volunteer groups.
Suicide Prevention Campaigns Lead (High Risk Communities) criteria:
The post holder will:
- Build strong, collaborative relationships with partner organisations to build suicide prevention skills, knowledge, and capacity.
- Have experience in leading, designing and delivering campaign activity and will be responsible for the day-to-day delivery of the Suicide Prevention campaigns to promote the project, the organisation and mental health in a variety of ways, including attending events and representing CPSL Mind at all relevant external meetings.
- Work collaboratively within CPSL Mind, with our partner organisations and across the community to co-produce, promote and deliver focused campaigns activity and bespoke suicide prevention workshops.
We will only accept complete applications, which should include CV, Covering Letter and Equality and Diversity Form.
If you require further information please contact Carolyn Smith, Recruitment Co-ordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Monday 4th March 2024
Interviews: w/c 11th March 2024