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Suicide Prevention Campaigns Lead (High Risk Communities)

Gesundheit & Wohlbefinden
Wirtschaft & Fundraising
Dienstort Cambridge
Dienstverhältnis Teilzeit
Veröffentlicht am 13.02.2024


An exciting new opportunity for a Suicide Prevention Campaigns Lead (High Risk Communities) at CPSL Mind.

Be part of a ground-breaking new project: Expanding CPSL Mind’s STOP Suicide campaign within high-risk communities.

Suicide Prevention Campaigns Lead (High Risk Communities)
Hours: Part time, 16 hours per week
Salary: £13,902.08 per annum (£32,583 p.a. FTE), Salary scale point 25
Contract: 12 months fixed term contract
Based: Cambridge and Peterborough offices + Travel, Hybrid.

About CPSL Mind
CPSL Mind is a progressive and expanding mental health charity, working across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South Lincolnshire. Our vision is a society in which everyone has positive mental health and feels part of a connected community.

Our work ranges from prevention and early intervention to award-winning crisis support. We also seek to influence positive change through our training services and ground-breaking campaigns activity.

We are seeking a highly organised Suicide Prevention Campaigns Lead to deliver the Suicide Prevention campaign work.

About the Project
The project will expand CPSL Mind’s STOP Suicide campaign using targeted approaches to suicide prevention within three high-risk communities: LGBTQ+, Neurodivergent and Migrant communities – building knowledge and skills within specialist partner organisations and the wider community.

The post holder will build strong, collaborative relationships with partner organisations to build suicide prevention skills, knowledge, and capacity. They will 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.

The post holder will 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 are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Closing date for applications is Monday 4th March 2024.
Interviews will be held w/c 11th March 2024
Please note: We actively monitor applications for employment and will shortlist as applications are submitted.


If you would like to find out more, please click the apply button. You will be directed to our website to complete your application for this position.

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