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We have three exciting vacancies: Wellbeing Practitioner, Communications Officer and Adult Carer Support worker 

We are on the lookout for a Wellbeing Practitioner to provide support to unpaid carers who are at risk of carer breakdown, through a range of wellbeing interventions, addressing practical as well as wider health and wellbeing needs.

As our Communications Officer, you’ll be creating and curating powerful and compelling communications and inspiring people to engage with Carers in Bedfordshire – whether that’s unpaid family carers, health and social care partners or funders and supporters.

Adult Carer Support Worker  Do you understand what caring is like for families? Would you like to apply your skills to make a difference in carers lives by working in team within a strong and well-respected local charity? 

Why not take a look - contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any general queries 

 

Wellbeing Practitioner (Ref WP2020)

Do you have a psychology degree and experience of delivering CBT?  Would you like to apply this in the unpaid carer world with a team who is passionate about making a difference?

To provide support to unpaid carers who are at risk of carer breakdown, through a range of wellbeing interventions, addressing practical as well as wider health and wellbeing needs. The post holder will deliver low intensity psychosocial interventions to clients with mild to moderate mental health difficulties. You will be part of the Personalised Adult Support team, working together with the Service Lead for Personalised Adult Support, Workshops Events and Groups, Dementia Services, Child and Family Services and support staff across all departments

Deadline: Monday 19 October 2020

Proposed interview/assessment date: Wednesday 28 October

  • Part time (28 hours/week)
  • Fixed term contract (52 weeks)
  • Salary £25K - £26K p.a. FTE (dependent on experience)

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Communications Officer (Ref CO2020)

We are a strong and well-respected local charity with an ambitious plan to expand so that we can do more for carers. You could be the key to our growth, taking our communications to the next level and beyond.

You’ll be excited about using your skills to create and curate great content across many platforms. You will make sure we stand out and that no one can miss us at their time of need. Digital, social media, website, magazine, media, video, animation – you'll be able to turn your hand to all or most of these and know when to bring in the experts.

You’ll be creating and curating powerful and compelling communications and inspiring people to engage with Carers in Bedfordshire – whether that’s unpaid family carers, health and social care partners or funders and supporters.

Deadline 12 noon Thursday 22nd October 2020
Proposed interviews Thursday 29th October 2020

  • Part time (21-25 hours/week)
  • Permanent contract of £22,500 - 23,700 p.a. FTE depending on experience

For an informal chat about the role please contact Carol Solaiman on 07972 658746.

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Adult Carers Support Worker (Ref ACSW2020)

Do you understand what caring is like for families? Would you like to apply your skills to make a difference in carers lives by working in team within a strong and well-respected local charity? 

We are recruiting for an Adult Carer Support Worker who will play a key role in listening to carers, assessing their needs, providing information and involving them in groups and activities to support their wellbeing and prevent the caring situation breaking down

Deadline: Monday 26 October 2020

Proposed interview/assessment date: Tuesday 3 November

  • Part time (21 hours/week over 3 or 4 days)
  • Permanent contract of £20,926 p.a. FTE 

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