OCD Action

Work for us - Office Administrator, Volunteer Coordinator, Helpline Assistant

We have some exciting news - We are recruiting!

We are looking for an Office Administrator, a Volunteer Coordinator and a Helpline Assistant to join our small and hard-working staff team.  All roles will be based in OCD Action's London office.

Please click below to get a job description and person specification for each role.

Office Administrator Job Description

Two NEW Online Support Groups

At OCD Action, we want to ensure our services are reaching as many people affected by OCD as possible. The launch of our online support groups back in November 2013 allowed us to reach out to those who may not be able to access support locally. The existing eight online groups have proved extremely popular, with people from all over the world attending. Taking into consideration valuable feedback from our service users, the Even Better Together team are now pleased to announce that they will be launching two new online support groups in October:

Welcome to Carol - our new Project Assistant

A few months ago, OCD Action were delighted to be awarded three years funding from the Big Lottery Fund, to expand our Better Together Project so it's Even Better Together. As the demand for support groups continues to increase, Keira and the EBT team have been working hard to support the growth of the network of independent support groups, both locally and online. The Big Lottery funding has allowed us to be able to better meet this demand, by expanding the team directly working on the project.

Vote for us - Advocacy awards

OCD Action's Advocacy Service is the only one of its kind in the country. Despite being just over five years old, our dedicated team of volunteers, led by our Advocacy Manager and Lead Advocate, have dealt with over 500 cases in that short time, supporting and empowering clients to regain control and secure their rights. We think this is pretty impressive work for such a small team, and believe this work needs to be recognised and celebrated.

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