3 month commitment, timing flexible, morning, afternoon or evening


Our mission is to address the inequality in mental health outcomes and recovery rates for Black and African Caribbean people. We will achieve this in two ways: 1. Training the mental health workforce to become more culturally competent.  2. Increasing access to culturally sensitive counselling and group therapy.

Purpose/Objective of the Role

The social media coordinator will develop and implement a social media strategy to increase overall reach and brand awareness. He/she will use social media platforms including our website, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to promote Mabadiliko, engage the public and increase online presence

Tasks/Duties Involved

The social media coordinator will help identify key online channels for Mabadiliko to establish its presence; help develop a social media strategy to support the organisation’s activities; post regular updates on social media outlets, including news articles, blog posts, events, training courses and any other promotional activities.  The Coordinator will also monitor activity and user interactions for all social media platforms.

Skills Required 

  • Technical expertise in setting up a variety of different social platforms
  • Website design
  • An interest in mental health of the BME community
  • A desire to increase BME access to psychological therapy and timely emotional support

Training/Support Given

Induction provided by the CEO

Benefits of Volunteering to Individual

  • Acquire new skills such as motivational interviewing and active listening
  • Emotional support
  • Updated CV
  • Improved self-confidence and self-belief
  • Opportunity to meet new people and improve social skills
  • Helping to make a difference in the community
  • help with starting up a business

 Application Process

To register your interest, please complete the Volunteer Registration Form . If you have any questions call Aparna on 07378342131