Who we are Work for us Work for us Neighbourhood Social Prescriber Social Prescribing is a means of enabling GPs and other frontline healthcare professionals to refer patients to a social prescriber. This provides them with a face-to-face conversation during which they can learn about opportunities to improve their health and wellbeing. The social prescriber can motivate and support individuals to achieve the change(s) that they want to achieve. Worcestershire Association of Carers has an opportunity for a Social Prescriber to work with health and social care professionals across GP practices situated within Redditch. The Social Prescriber will be responsible for delivering a person-centred holistic service, supporting people to improve their health and wellbeing by signposting to and connecting with local services and assets in their community ROLE DESCRIPTION Responsible to: Social Prescribing Lead Base: Positions in Redditch General Practice Surgeries. Pay scale: £21,745 pro rata Hours: Up to 33hrs per week Mon – Fri. Occasional Saturdays will be required. Fixed term to March 2020 Please fill in an application form (No CVs will be accepted) and email with an Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form to [email protected] Closing Date: 5pm Monday 15th July 2019 Interview date: 18th July 2019 Job Description - Neighbourhood Social Prescriber Application Form Equality and Diversity monitoring form End of Life Carer Advisor Worcestershire Association of Carers has recently launched their End of Life Service offer to carers who are looking after someone with a life-limiting illness. We now offer intensive support to carers both in a hospital or community setting and are looking to recruit End of Life Carer Advisors to support the service. If you are passionate in being part of this new project and want to make a difference in helping shape services, raise carer awareness and have honest conversation around end of life planning with carers then please have a look at the job description and person specification below. ROLE DESCRIPTION Responsible to: End of Life Carer Lead Base: Post 1. Alexandra Hospital, Redditch but will work on a flexible basis across Redditch and Worcester Acute Hospital Post 2. Based at Head Office, Polysec House Hindlip Lane, Worcester but will be out in the community. Pay scale: £21,745 pro rata Hours: Up to 24hrs per week. Fixed term to March 2020 Please fill in an application form (No CVs will be accepted) and email with an Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form to [email protected] Closing Date: 5pm Monday 22nd July 2019 Interview date: 7th August 2019 Job Description - End of Life Carer Advisor Application Form Equality and Diversity monitoring form Project Assistant Worcestershire Integrated Carers Hub provides Worcestershire Carers with information, advice, support and training through a single point of contact via the hub and reaching out across the county through a network of community spokes. We are looking to recruit an office based Project Assistant to assist with a variety of projects at Worcestershire Association of Carers, primarily across communication, administration and other duties as necessary for the timely completion of projects. The right candidate will be creative, organised and eager to learn. ROLE DESCRIPTION Responsible to: Marketing and Communications Lead Base: WAC Head Office, Polysec House, Hindlip Lane, Worcester WR3 8TJ Pay scale: £17,732 per annum (pro rata for part time) - £14,377 actual (30 hours) Hours: 30hrs per week (Actual hours negotiable) Fixed term to March 2020 Please fill in an application form (No CVs will be accepted) and email with an Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form to [email protected] Closing Date: 5pm Monday 22nd July 2019 Interview date: Friday 26th July 2019 Job Description - Project Assistant Application Form Equality and Diversity monitoring form Carer Pathway Advisors (Bank) We are also looking to recruit a bank of Carer Pathway Advisors. The Carer Pathway Team is the first point of contact for all people contacting the Hub by e-mail, social media, telephone and face to face in outreach settings. Carer Pathway Advisors provide high quality Information, Advice and Support, targeting the outcomes most important to carers and empowering them to make informed choices. If you are interested in joining our bank of Carer Pathway Advisors to work as and when necessary please fill in an application form (No CVs will be accepted) and email to [email protected] Job Description - Carer Pathway Advisor BANK Application Form Equality and Diversity monitoring form ***PLEASE NOTE IF YOU HAVE NOT HEARD FROM US WITHIN 2 WEEKS OF YOUR APPLICATION UNFORTUNATELY YOU HAVE NOT BEEN SUCCESSFUL**** If you are interested in volunteering (and getting to know us better) please follow the link here to see the current volunteering roles that are available. As a carer friendly organisation we welcome applications from people with caring responsibilities and support flexible working arrangements. If you would like to find more about the Working for Carers pledge please click here.