ADVOCATE (Crime & Hate Crime)

Lewisham Speaking Up, the advocacy charity led and for people with learning disabilities based in Lewisham is looking for an experienced advocate to provide a one-to-one advocacy service to people with learning disabilities who have experienced hate crime and other crime.

  • Closing date for applications: 22 August 2017
  • Contact phone: 020 8692 1862
  • Contact email:

This is a fixed term position until July 2018 working 28 hours per week. The successful candidate will support adults who have a learning disability resident in the borough of Lewisham who have been a victim of Hate Crime and/or other crime.

The project is funded by MOPAC (Mayor of London’s Office for Police and Crime) for a fixed period until July 2018.

This is a new position that offers an exciting opportunity for someone with the relevant experience and determination. The person we seek will have a can do approach to team working and will be energetic, positive and reliable.

For an informal discussion about the role ring Will Davies, Advocacy Service Manager on 020 8692 1862.

For an application pack please contact

Deadline for applications: Midday Tuesday 22nd August.

Interviews: Thursday 31st August

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