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We are recruiting an events organiser and young carer support worker. Also check out the voluntary position of Trustee.

Activity Organiser - Workshops. Events and Groups

We are looking for a very organised, independent worker who enjoys meeting and supporting people and working with a dedicated team in a forward-thinking organisation.

The role will support the work of the Workshop, Events and Groups team by organising interesting and exciting activities for our services to carers including: carers and the people they care for.  This could be support groups, one off events and information sessions. There is an opportunity to also deliver some of the events, which will be across Bedfordshire and work in partnership with other charities.

  • Full-time permanent contract
  • £18,304-£22,951 depending on experience

  • Closing date Sunday 27th June 2021.
  • Interviews to take place Thursday 1st July 2021
  • For an informal chat about the role please contact Jenny Harris on 07462 143761.

Click here for further details and to apply online (link to:https://hr.breathehr.com/v/activity-organiser-workshop-events-16980

or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a job pack 

Carer Link Worker

The Carer Link worker role is an exciting new position where you will be able to develop the role while meeting the core outcomes. You will work across both Carers in Bedfordshire and the Community Mental Health Teams (soon to be Community Hubs). In fact, you will be at the heart of shaping the future of joint working of these services. You'll be a real people person and enjoy networking, to engage with stakeholders to build strong relationships which will support the future of the 3 year community mental health transformation plan. You’ll have an understanding of the internal working of the mental health services and experience of working with accredited outcome measures.

This role is hands on and its purpose is to carry out carer assessments and support unpaid carers who are referred through the Community mental health teams; and to implement carer support plans and deliver carer well-being interventions.

  • Full-time (35 hours/week) 1 year contract
  • £21,892-24,157 (dependent on experience)
  • 35 days holiday/annum

  • Closing date Tuesday 13th July 2021.
  • For an informal chat about the role please contact Sharon Rogers on 07772 231192 or Hatty Opalinski on 07462 137815.
  • Interviews to take place Thursday 22nd July 2021

Click here for further details and to apply online (link to https://hr.breathehr.com/v/carer-link-worker-17024)

or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a job pack 

Young Carer Support Worker

We are looking for an understanding of delivering an excellent support service to young people. If you enjoy meeting and supporting people while working collaboratively in a team, this is the role for you!

The role is to identify and deliver appropriate support to young, sibling and young adult carers in Bedfordshire. This may include conducting assessments, supplying information, signposting and working with schools and other agencies. You'll work within a dedicated team to support the delivery of specific projects and activities.

  •  Full-time or part-time (25-35 hours/week) permanent contract
  • £20,926 full time equivalent annual salary
  • 35 days holiday/annum (pro rata for part-time)

  • Closing date Sunday 4th July 2021
  • Interviews to take place Friday 9th July 2021
  • For an informal chat about the role please contact Hatty Opalinski on 07462 137815.

Click here for further details and to apply online (link to https://hr.breathehr.com/v/young-carer-support-worker-16988

or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a job pack 

Volunteer role: Trustee

Join us on our journey to make a positive difference to carers

Carers in Bedfordshire is an independent charity established in 2004 to respond to the needs of unpaid family carers in Bedfordshire. We are passionate about improving outcomes for carers of all ages and delivering a range of services to support carers. It’s an exciting time for CIB, with an ambitious strategy to build on our achievements to date.

Our Board of trustees has an important part to play in helping the charity to achieve its mission of supporting more unpaid carers to be recognised, respected and supported in their role. If you join the Board, you can make a real impact and be part of our success story.

Our aim is to bring together a Board who are diverse in ideas, in background, in experience, in outlook and in the views they express. If you think you can make a difference and are willing to commit the time to do so,

We are looking for individuals who are:

- passionate and committed to the charity's mission to achieve better futures for unpaid carers
- excited to help us solve problems in creative ways so we make great decisions such as about the services we offer or how to invest funds
- able to build positive relationships with others, including how to challenge and influence constructively
- willing to get stuck in and take responsibility in supporting growth successfully and responsibly

This is a voluntary role. You can find out more about the responsibilities of being a charity trustee in the Enquiry Pack.

Click here to visit our trustee recruitment page


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