Position: Community Project Facilitator – this is a 6 month position
Job Reference: 20/48
Hours: 37.5hrs per week
Salary: £25,000 p.a.
Based: Home working and in Liverpool
Current Scheduled Interview Date: Friday 13 November 2020
Applicants must be able to commence in post Tuesday 01 December 2020
This is an exciting role to work with Imagine Independence on its Building Up Stronger (BUS) project for a period of 6 months.
A place focused, proof of concept offering a new service in 9 inner-city wards of Liverpool, BUS will bring forward a new, scalable service-model fit for the post Covid-19 environment. By focusing on individuals’ lived experience of the Covid-19 pandemic, BUS will offer sustainable, effective interventions to promote and protect people’s well-being, in both the short and longer-term. It will do this by maximising their access to non-clinical VCSE services.
As a Community Project Facilitator (CPS), you will provide high quality support to people struggling with their mental health, so that they emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic with their wellbeing maximised. Building on their existing assets for health, you will support each individual to develop and/or improve their social and other networks, so that they recover more quickly from any impacts of the recent lockdown and the socio-economic dislocation that the pandemic has created.
Working with individuals referred to BUS, a bespoke, time limited plan will be co-created with each person to support their recovery; enable them to be more prepared for any future lockdowns; develop and/or maintain their educational/vocational skills; and enable them to use digital platforms to access goods/services/maintain their social links.
To apply, visit the Imagine Independence website.
Completed application forms are to be returned by email to email@example.com by 5pm Wednesday 11 November 2020.
An enhanced DBS will be required for this post.
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