Community Information and Guidance Service Manager
37 hpw, fixed term until end March 2014.
Closing date: 12 June 2012. Interviews: 26 / 27 June 2012
Community Development Groups Worker
37 hpw, fixed term until end March 2015
Closing date: 6 June 2012 (9am). Interviews: 15 June 2012.
£17,167 pro rata pa (£8,584 pa for 18.5 hpw)
Fixed term until end March 2015.
Closing date: 12 June 2012. Interviews: 25 June 2012.
Suffolk Family Carers is a leading charity working in partnership with others to provide a range of responsive services for Family Carers across Suffolk. In collaboration with other organisations and community groups, we will be establishing new and innovative ways of supporting Family Carers.
Can you think outside the box? Do you consider yourself to have flair and the ability to inspire others? Can you be organised in an ever changing environment?
We are seeking dynamic and enthusiastic people to take forward and develop our new vision for supporting Family Carers in communities across Suffolk. Funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, we require an experienced Team Manager, a Volunteer Co-ordinator and a Community Development Groups Worker to inspire, motivate and work creatively with all Family Carers. We are a forward thinking and progressive organisation and would welcome interest from likeminded people who are able to think imaginatively, to create Family Carer support in communities and in a way that leaves a sustainable legacy behind.
If you are a fluent and adaptable communicator with a non-judgemental and sensitive approach to Family Carers, and you have the relevant level of skills and experience, we would welcome your application.
For informal enquiries please contact Fiona Knott on (01473) 835443 or email: email@example.com
For job details, person specifications and application packs please see the 'Working With Us' section of our website at www.suffolkfamilycarers.org Alternatively telephone (01473) 835454 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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