Job Vacancy; Parenting 2000 – Early Help Family Practitioner (closing Sunday, 31st January 2021)

Parenting 2000 are seeking to recruit an Early Help Family Practitioner to provide support through the Sefton Turnaround Families initiative to help families resolve problems at an early stage before they grow into something that is more difficult to overcome.

The successful candidate will ideally have experience in a similar setting.  We are looking for a self-starter that can show the initiative to work alone but within the needs of the organisation.

Salary:  £22,443 per annum, plus Company Pension, 35 hours per week.
Initially the position is for a fixed term to 31st March 2022, continuation will be subject to funding.

How to apply:  Please apply by filling our application form as we are unable to accept a CV for this post.
To access the full details and our  application form , please visit www.parenting2000.org.uk

Closing date: 31st January  2021

Appointment is subject to satisfactory references, right to work in the UK & an enhanced DBS check.

Parenting 2000 is an established Charity based in Sefton, recognised for its strong track record in providing innovative professional, evidenced based, high quality interventions to support children, young people and families.

Job Vacancy: Brighter Living Partnership Project Worker – Shopping Service (closing 12noon on Monday 25th January 2021)

Job Title: Project Worker – Shopping Service
Grade: £18,562 (pro rata = £14,850)
Hours: 28 hours per week (6 month contract initially but possibility of extension)
Location: Brighter Living Partnership, Southport Community Centre, Norwood Road or home working
Accountable to: Deputy Manager

Job Purpose:

  1. To run the day to day operation of the shopping service including managing volunteers and directly liaising with clients as required
  2. To work with other Brighter Living staff and external partners to ensure clients are receiving the support they need in all aspects of health and wellbeing
  3. Explore development opportunities to make the project more efficient, sustainable and address any emerging needs

Downloads

Guidance Notes (Word / PDF)
Job Description & Person Specification (Word / PDF

Application Form (Word / PDF
Diversity Monitoring Form (Word / PDF
Criminal Convictions Declaration (Word / PDF)

CLOSING DATE: 12noon on Monday 25th January 2021 
INTERVIEWS SCHEDULED: Week commencing Monday 1st February 2021
All completed applications and for any enquiries, please email recruitment@seftoncvs.org.uk.

Job Vacancy: Social Prescribing Link Worker (Part Time) – Maghull (closing 12noon on Monday 25th January 2021)

Job title: Social Prescribing Link Worker
Salary: £25,712.92 (pro rata £12,856.46)
Location: Maghull PCN
Hours: Part-Time post at 17.5 hours per week
Term: until end Dec. 2021 with possible extension
Accountable to: Sefton CVS Line Manager

The Social Prescribing Link Worker will be employed by Sefton CVS and will work as part of one team, with 10 other Link Workers across 2 host organisations, providing a social prescribing service to GP practices, aligned to the Living Well Sefton model.

The Link Worker will work holistically to support individuals to take control of their health and wellbeing based on a ‘what matters to me’ approach by connecting people to a broad range of community groups and services. The Link Worker will support people to increase their resilience and reduce the impact of health inequalities by addressing the wider determinants of health such as debt, poor housing etc.

The Link Worker will also support existing VCF sector groups to be sustainable; identify gaps in services, and work with the Sefton CVS Group Development Team to develop new initiatives to meet local needs.

Downloads

Guidance Notes (Word / PDF)
Job Description & Person Specification (Word / PDF

Application Form (Word / PDF
Diversity Monitoring Form (Word / PDF
Criminal Convictions Declaration (Word / PDF)

CLOSING DATE: 12noon on Monday 25th January 2021 
INTERVIEWS SCHEDULED: Week commencing Monday 1st February 2021
All completed applications and for any enquiries, please email recruitment@seftoncvs.org.uk.

Job Vacancy: Social Prescribing Link Worker (Full-Time) – Seaforth & Litherland (closing 12noon on Monday 25th January 2021)

Job title:Social Prescribing Link Worker
Salary: £25,712.92
Location:  Seaforth and Litherland PCN
Hours: Full-time post at 35 hours per week
Term: until end Dec. 2021 with possible extension
Accountable to: Sefton CVS Line Manager

The Social Prescribing Link Worker will be employed by Sefton CVS and will work as part of one team, with 10 other Link Workers across 2 host organisations, providing a social prescribing service to GP practices, aligned to the Living Well Sefton model.

The Link Worker will work holistically to support individuals to take control of their health and wellbeing based on a ‘what matters to me’ approach by connecting people to a broad range of community groups and services. The Link Worker will support people to increase their resilience and reduce the impact of health inequalities by addressing the wider determinants of health such as debt, poor housing etc.

The Link Worker will also support existing VCF sector groups to be sustainable; identify gaps in services, and work with the Sefton CVS Group Development Team to develop new initiatives to meet local needs.

Downloads

Guidance Notes (Word / PDF)
Job Description & Person Specification (Word / PDF

Application Form (Word / PDF
Diversity Monitoring Form (Word / PDF
Criminal Convictions Declaration (Word / PDF)

CLOSING DATE: 12noon on Monday 25th January 2021 
INTERVIEWS SCHEDULED: Week commencing Monday 1st February 2021
All completed applications and for any enquiries, please email recruitment@seftoncvs.org.uk.

Job Vacancy: Business Support Manager with SWAN Womens Centre (closing 12noon, Monday 9th November 2020)

SWAN Women’s Centre is seeking a highly skilled Business Support Manager (Monday-Friday, 28 hours per week) (Hours to be agreed but some evening work will be required)

Actual (gross) Salary £21,214.00 per annum (FTE £26,517.40). This role is currently funded until the end October 2021. The successful candidate will be required to undertake a DBS check

Swan Women’s Centre provides a diverse range of services for women. Our aim is to support women who are isolated or who experience anxiety, depression and/or other mental health issues. 

We are seeking an experienced Business Support Manager with excellent financial charity accounting skills as well as management and administrative experience. You will support a variety of functions within the charity (see J/D). You will be expected to manage the centre and a small team, as and when required.

Closing date for applications is Monday 9th November 2020 at 12 noon.
Interviews will take place on Thursday 19th November 2020

SWAN Women’s Centre is committed to equality of opportunity, we value diversity and encourage applications from under-represented groups.

BUT this is a women only position due to genuine occupational requirements.

You can download a job description and application pack from www.swanwomenscentre.org  or alternatively please email ceo@swanwomenscentre.org  or contact@swanwomenscentre.org

Or ring us on 0151 933 3292 to request that an application pack is emailed or posted out to you.

Please note CV’s will not be considered.

Please email your completed application form to ceo@swanwomenscentre.org or post it to Karen Christie, Chief Executive, SWAN Women’s Centre, Former Litherland Library, Linacre Road, Litherland, Liverpool L21 6NH.Recruitment to the above posts will be conducted in accordance with SWAN’s Equality and Diversity policies and Safer Recruitment Practices

Sefton New Directions are recruiting 2 x Non-Executive Directors (closing Friday 25th September)

New Directions is delighted to announce we are looking to recruit two new Board Members to support our adult social care business.

Our work is centred around four key values, which were co-produced and defined by individuals using our services.  We are proud of our values which run through the veins of the organisation, determining how we make decisions, run the company, and implement change.

Our Core Values are: 

  • Big hearted – we are proud of the quality of care, empathy, and kindness we offer to the people we support and each other
  • Count on us – you can rely on us to meet the needs of those we support and each other
  • Together as one – we take pride in working as a team to deliver a person-centred service
  • People focused – we recognise the importance of transparency, trust recognition and development within our workforce.