Part Time Advice and Support Worker (Adult Carers) – South Bucks

Hours: 22.5 hours per week

Salary: £21,000 – £22,250 pro rata

Location: Home-based covering South Bucks including the Chalfonts. There will also be occasional travel to Carers Bucks’ office in Aylesbury.

The Advice and Support Worker’s main role is to provide advice, information, guidance and emotional support to adult carers in Buckinghamshire. This includes working carers, condition specific carers, parent carers and former carers. To identify and assist previously unidentified carers.

The Advice and Support Worker should be supportive but act in such a way as to discourage dependency on the part of the adult carer.

As primary health services develop, to work with GP practices and Primary Care Networks to ensure that they identify and support their patients who are carers and refer them to Carers Bucks. As primary health services develop to have responsibility for a geographic area and to be the face of Carers Bucks in that area including identifying community assets which would be of benefit to carers.

       

Closing date: Friday 13th December 2019

Interviews: Thursday 19th December 2019

Part Time Advice and Support Worker (Adult Carers) – Aylesbury

Hours: 22.5 hours per week

Salary: £21,000 – £22,250 pro rata

Location: Home-based covering Princes Risborough, Wendover and Haddenham. There will also be occasional travel to Carers Bucks’ office in Aylesbury.

The Advice and Support Worker’s main role is to provide advice, information, guidance and emotional support to adult carers in Buckinghamshire. This includes working carers, condition specific carers, parent carers and former carers. To identify and assist previously unidentified carers.

The Advice and Support Worker should be supportive but act in such a way as to discourage dependency on the part of the adult carer.

As primary health services develop, to work with GP practices and Primary Care Networks to ensure that they identify and support their patients who are carers and refer them to Carers Bucks. As primary health services develop to have responsibility for a geographic area and to be the face of Carers Bucks in that area including identifying community assets which would be of benefit to carers.

       

Closing date: Friday 13th December 2019

Interviews: Thursday 19th December 2019

Office Administrator

Hours: 37 hours per week

Salary: £17,500 – £19,500 per annum

To provide administrative support for all aspects of the service and to actively participate in maintaining the charity’s professional reputation with stakeholders, carers and the general public.

       

Closing date: Friday 13th December 2019