The Health and Wellbeing Trainers are a forward thinking and dynamic team that works in South Sefton’s Virtual Ward, to improve health outcomes for adults with long term conditions. The successful applicant must be passionate about tackling health inequalities, and have a person-centered approach which encourages these adults to set achievable reablement goals.
The Community Connectors are a vibrant team, with excellent knowledge of the local area, and work throughout the borough of Sefton, to reduce levels of loneliness, social isolation and improve mental wellbeing. The successful applicant must be passionate about tackling health inequalities, and have a person-centered approach which encourages these adults to access local services and activities.
SWACA are seeking to appoint a Children/Young Person’s Worker to join their existing team in providing a direct service to Children/Young People who have experienced Domestic Abuse.
The post is based in SWACA’s Centre in Knowsley Road, Bootle, although the postholder will be expected to deliver services in other locations across the borough.
Hours: 35 hours per week.
A relevant qualification, together with an excellent understanding of the issue of Domestic Abuse, and its impact on women and children, is required.
Completed forms to be sent to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date 11th March 2019 by 4pm. Candidates shortlisted for interview to be advised by 13th March 2019. Interviews to be held 21st March 2019
Sefton CVS in partnership with South Sefton CCG and Southport and Formby CCG will deliver a pilot project working directly with Sefton residents who are using urgent care services inappropriately.
Location: Based at Sefton CVS Burlington House however the post is borough wide and will require some travel
Responsible to: Deputy Chief Executive, Sefton CVS
This role is fixed term for 18 months.
The post holder will manage a team of ‘Outreach and Intervention Workers’ who will work with ‘high intensity users’ to reduce the number of emergency ambulance calls and unscheduled care interactions. The ‘Outreach and Intervention Workers’ will focus on positive behaviour change addressing those issues that are contributing to residents utilising care services inappropriately.
The post holder will also manage a team of ‘Reablement Health and Wellbeing Trainers’ working as part of the ‘Virtual Ward’.. The focus of reablement is on helping older people “to do for themselves” in their own home rather than “doing it for” them. Reablement is about supporting adults to achieve maximum independence and regain the skills and confidence they may have lost as a result of poor health or as a consequence of having spent a period of time in hospital.
Job Description & Person Specification (Word / PDF)
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Guidance Notes (Word / PDF)
Diversity Monitoring Form (Word / PDF)
Criminal Convictions Declaration (Word / PDF)
The closing date for completed applications is 5pm on Monday 17th September 2018.
Interviews are scheduled for Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th September 2018. Please note: candidates must be available to attend interview.
All completed applications and for any enquiries, please email email@example.com.
Local Solutions are looking for Care Support Workers in Maghull, Aintree, Orrell, Netherton, Waddicar, Sefton, Lunt and Lydiate.
Compassionate, Responsible, Committed, Enthusiastic, Respectful and Caring?
What Local Solutions offer
- Competitive Pay £8.05 – £8.40 (£16,889.60 pro rata)
- Enhanced Pay For Weekends
- Full & Part Time Positions Available
- Continuous Training & Development Opportunities
- Career Progression & Professional Development
- Smart Phone For Work Purposes
- Pension Scheme
Call – 0800 988 2355
Website – www.localsolutions.org.uk
Apply Online – www.cognitoforms.com/HumanResources5/ApplicationForm