CGMH is looking for website volunteers!
The Centre for Global Mental Health at King’s College London is looking for a volunteer who would like to take on a role of contributing to our website.
The role would involve drafting content and coordinating the updating of our website, so that it reflects the work of our Centre and our academics. This would present an excellent opportunity to work closely with the academics and researchers at CGMH, to gather information and write articles about the work being undertaken at CGMH, to develop writing skills and gain experience working with leading researchers in this field.
This would be a perfect role for an MSc student, PhD student, or researcher interested in the field of global mental health.
There would be a lot of freedom with the role to really make it your own and we would welcome creative ideas. We are looking for someone who is proactive, self-motivated and able to work independently. Professor Araya will provide support and oversight for this role.
It would require a commitment of about six hours per week for at least six months (we can be flexible with this and there would be no set day of work), the CGMH team at King’s are based in Demark Hill, London. Unfortunately there is no funding for this role at present.
If you are interested, please contact Suzanne [dot] dodd [at] kcl [dot] ac [dot] uk for further details.