This position sits within Mind’s Policy and Campaigns team. A key part of the role will be to work closely with colleagues in the team to deliver campaigns to Mind’s campaigners and other stakeholders.You will use your skills and knowledge in online and offline campaigning to help generate new ideas that will help ensure that the rights, needs and priorities of people with mental health problems are heard by decision makers. You will be responsible for ensuring the delivery of Mind’s e-campaigning work and for our contact with Mind’s 80,000 online campaigners. You will look for opportunities to improve engagement with campaigners and work closely with the Senior Campaigns Officer, as well as with colleagues across External Relations, to help coordinate other elements of Mind’s campaign activity. As part of the Campaigns team you will support both the Senior Campaigns Officer and the Senior Parliamentary Officer on a project to fully engage individuals with lived experience of mental health problems in Mind’s campaigns. Further to this you will be the key contact for campaign enquiries from other organisations, and spot opportunities to support third-party campaigns. You will support cross-organisational working within Mind, focusing specifically on integrating campaigns and fundraising. As well as working with the broader External Relations department (Communications, Media, Information and Legal), you will be expected to develop relationships and work with Mind’s Networks and Communities department, the Fundraising department, and Mind in Wales.