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Support Worker (Multiple & Complex Needs)

Improving Lives Notts – Nottingham NG1

£17,500 – £23,000 a year – Part-time

Improving Lives is a registered charity (registered Charity No. 1146094) supporting adults with complex health and social needs. We offer an individualised service to enable people to manage the challenges they face more effectively.  We have two exciting opportunities to join a new project which aims to support people with complex health and social needs to improve their health and wellbeing while leading fuller lives.

 

Support Worker (Complex Health and Social Needs)

1 x 4 days per week (0.8 FTE) / Salary: £17,500 – £23,000 FTE (depending on experience)

1 x 3 days per week (0.6 FTE) / Salary: £17,500 – £23,000 FTE (depending on experience)

Locations: 2 x Nottingham City Centre

(Travel around the City will be required)

These posts could be increased to full time if the candidate has experience in either; facilitating groups / workshops; or managing volunteers.

 

You will measure your success in this role by your ability to support people from a position of need and reliance, to a healthy and independent future.

You will work with a number of other agencies and with staff involved in supporting your clients to coordinate their activities so that they achieve the very best outcomes.

The successful candidates will be self-confident, have excellent knowledge of support services available, be knowledgeable about mental health issues and be able to motivate participants to achieve their goals.

 

For an informal discussion about this post please contact Victoria Burrows, Project Manager on 0115 934 8411

 

For an application pack including a full job description please email: info@improvinglivesnotts.org.uk

These posts as advertised are funded by the Big Lottery Fund

Closing Date: 21/10/2016

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