Area Lead (3 posts)
Salary: £34,538 per annum
Hours: 35 hours (full time)
Sefton CVS seeks to enhance how it delivers support to the voluntary, community and faith sector across Sefton. Moving to a locality-based model of delivery, the organisation is looking to appoint three Area Leads to deliver on this ambition.
Leading a small staff team within a defined locality, post holders will enhance volunteering and access to funding for local groups and organisations supporting them to respond to the needs of local residents. The roles also include taking responsibility for one of the following thematic area: Equalities and Mental Wellbeing; Children, Young People and Families; and Older Citizens.
If you are committed to making a difference for local people through the voluntary, community and faith sector and have the experience, drive and ambition then this could be a role for you.
Closing date: Monday 16 April 2018, 10am
Interviews: Thursday 19 April 2018
Area Development Officer (South Sefton)
Salary: £27,668 per annum
Hours: 35 hours (Full-time)
The purpose of this job is to support groups and organisations within a designated locality to access funding, thereby enhancing the ability of the sector to respond to the needs of local areas and residents on a more sustainable basis. You will provide a range of support and development interventions to capacity build voluntary community and faith organisations (both new and established) to become more efficient, effective, resilient and sustainable.
You will also advise groups of residents and organisations on governance matters. Working as part of the locality team, you will co-ordinate the sector in providing early intervention and prevention support to address the needs of Sefton residents, leading to improved outcomes, showcasing the contribution the sector makes.
Closing date: Monday 16th April 2018, 12noon
Macmillan Community Navigator (Senior Health Trainer)
Grade: £20,658 per annum
Hours: 35 hours (full time)
Contract: Fixed-term until 31 March 2019
Sefton CVS has entered into a partnership with Macmillan and South Sefton Clinical Commissioning Group to pilot the delivery of a Macmillan Community Navigator Service in the south of the borough, to ensure that no one should face cancer alone.
Working with a limited number of cancer patients, the Macmillan Community Navigator will, in partnership with Aintree Hospital Lead Cancer Nurse and Clinical Nurse Specialists, offer an electronic holistic assessment service to patients diagnosed with cancer (e-HNA) and, where identified, agree a care plan with the person to support them to meet their identified needs and achieve their goals. The Macmillan Community Navigator will be a practical resource to help connect individuals into services at a local level to aid independent self-management of their treatment and improve their health and wellbeing.
If you are passionate about ensuring people affected by cancer receive the best possible care and have the resilient qualities needed to guide and support patients through and beyond treatment, this post may be for you. The successful candidate will have knowledge of cancer care and the Recovery Package, and a proven track record of supporting people in the community to improve their health and wellbeing.
Closing date: Friday 6 April 2018, 12noon
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