Advocacy Support Cymru - Community Mental Health Advocate Are you passionate about promoting empowerment and self-determination? Can you uphold equal opportunities, equality and diversity? Do you have experience with supporting people to access their rights? ASC want to hear from you… Advocacy Support Cymru (ASC) is a registered charity with offices in Swansea and Cardiff. They provide Independent Mental Health and Mental Capacity Advocacy Services across most of South Wales, employing 46 employees. Community Mental Health Advocate The role will provide a Community Advocacy service to people in the area who are receiving services from Community Mental Health Teams, Tier 2 services or above, or who qualify for a fast track assessment under Part 3 of the Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010. Based: Swansea Salary: £22,127 to £24,360 (based on a 37 hour week) They are looking for someone with significant experience working with vulnerable adults and/or children, either within health or social care setting, or indirectly, for example as a carer. You will understand and have experience of working effectively in an intra-agency context with Health and Social Care Professionals. Previous direct experience in the role would be preferred, but training will be provided. You must be able to drive and have access to a car during the working week. All successful candidates will require an enhanced DBS check. Closing date for applications: - 5pm, Friday 26th April 2019 For full information or to apply, click here to visit the ASC website Only successful candidates will be contacted for interview. Interviews will be conducted in English. No Agencies Please.