PEO/853 - Community Outreach Worker
£22,911 - £25,295

Windsor House Permanent 37 hours per week Grade E - £22,911 - £25,295

N523 - Community Outreach Worker - role profile.pdf

An opportunity for a Community Outreach Worker has arisen within Plymouth City Council’s Adult Social Care and Retained Functions service.
 
The role of Community Outreach Worker is to support the care management process, working to support adults with a variety of needs in order to promote independence, health and wellbeing. The role includes supporting people to improve their quality of life, whilst encouraging the person to develop wider links within the community. The post holder will be responsible for signposting and facilitating involvement with a range of services and agencies via research, advice, information and support.

Knowledge and experience of the care planning and review process.

The post holder will have :

Knowledge of Care Management and the principles of Community Care and other relevant legislation.

NVQ3 in Care / Promoting Independence, or equivalent qualification.

Please note this position is not suitable for job share.

If you would like more information or would like to arrange an informal discussion then please contact: Nick Mucha-Cable on 01752 398577
 
Closing date: Sunday 16 June 2019

Anticipated interview date: Thursday 27 June 2019
Vacancy Description
Windsor House Permanent 37 hours per week Grade E - £22,911 - £25,295
 
N523 - Community Outreach Worker - role profile.pdf

An opportunity for a Community Outreach Worker has arisen within Plymouth City Council’s Adult Social Care and Retained Functions service.
 
The role of Community Outreach Worker is to support the care management process, working to support adults with a variety of needs in order to promote independence, health and wellbeing. The role includes supporting people to improve their quality of life, whilst encouraging the person to develop wider links within the community. The post holder will be responsible for signposting and facilitating involvement with a range of services and agencies via research, advice, information and support.

Knowledge and experience of the care planning and review process.

The post holder will have :

Knowledge of Care Management and the principles of Community Care and other relevant legislation.

NVQ3 in Care / Promoting Independence, or equivalent qualification.

Please note this position is not suitable for job share.

If you would like more information or would like to arrange an informal discussion then please contact: Nick Mucha-Cable on 01752 398577
 
Closing date: Sunday 16 June 2019

Anticipated interview date: Thursday 27 June 2019