Current Vacancies

We are a thriving charity supporting unpaid carers of all ages, based in Northallerton and we are delighted to be recruiting for some new positions. We are passionate about our mission and require talented individuals to support the CEO and team in driving this forward so that unpaid carers are able to lead the best life possible.

Service and Operations Lead

Full-time – 37 hours per week (some flexibility may be available for the right candidate)

Salary: NJC point 28 - 31 pa pro rata (£25,463 - £28,221 full time)

We are seeking an inspiring Service and Operations Lead to drive the daily, weekly and monthly rhythm of the charity's services, to enhance performance and ensure the organisation operates within a strong operational and people development framework. The appointed candidate will need to have experience of operational service management in a charity or a social care/health environment, focusing on continuous improvement and promoting a culture of operational excellence.

You should be able to demonstrate your experience in motivating teams and how you have nurtured an environment where they can excel through encouragement and empowerment whilst recognising individual potential.  Having analytical and evaluation skills will be key to managing a range of new and existing projects in a multifunctional team within a complex setting.

We have plans to grow the Charity and develop our people and if you would like to be part of this exciting journey we would like to hear from you.

An enhanced DBS check will be required for this post.

If you would like to discuss the role informally or visit the centre please contact Helen Hunter or Tracey Kilvington, on Tel:  01609 780872.      Please note our office will close on 24th December 2018 and reopen on 2nd January 2019.

Closing date: 17th January 2019 

Interview date: 30th / 31st January 2019

HRCC Job Pack SOL and SASW

Job Description - Service and Operations Lead 2019

2019 Job Application Form

Equal opportunities monitoring form 2018

DBS check permission slip

Senior Adult Carer Support Worker

Part-time – 22.2 hours per week (equal to 3 days, flexibility may be available for the right candidate)

Salary:  NJC point 22 – 25 pa pro rata (£21,074 - £23,111 full time)

We are looking for a self-motivated individual with experience of providing support to adult carers.   You will play a vital role in providing information, advice, signposting and support to this group of carers.  If you have health, social care or welfare benefits advice experience we would be keen to hear from you.

You will work independently in the community and as part of a busy team carrying out person-centred assessments in the clients own home to help them identify their own person-centred needs and agree a personal outcome plan.

The post involves telephone and face to face work with a wide range of people and a high degree of professionalism is crucial.  You will be able to organise and facilitate group sessions and provide training to carers.  You will be supported by a team to develop and promote carer awareness in the community and the range of services currently offered by the charity.

An enhanced DBS check will be required for this post.

If you would like to discuss the role informally or visit the centre please contact Helen Hunter or Tracey Kilvington, on Tel:  01609 780872.      Please note our office will close on 24th December 2018 and reopen on 2nd January 2019.

Closing date: 17th January 2019 

Interview date: 30th / 31st January 2019

HRCC Job Pack SOL and SASW

Job Description - Adult Carers Support Worker -Senior 2019

2019Job Application Form

Equal opportunities monitoring form 2018

DBS check permission slip

Senior Young Carer Support Worker

Part-time – 22.2 hours per week (equal to 3 days, flexibility may be available for the right candidate)

Salary:  NJC point 22 – 25 pa pro rata (£21,074 - £23,111 full time)

We are looking for a self-motivated individual with experience of providing support to young people.   You will play a vital role in assessing the needs of young carers within the family home and provide a range of information, advice and activities alongside regular 1:1 sessions supporting the most vulnerable young carers.

You will be able to demonstrate effective reporting writing and case management whilst working within the boundaries of confidentiality and sensitively with children and young people aged 8-18 years.

You will work independently in the community and as part of a busy team carrying out person-centred assessments and be able to create a variety of initiatives to ensure young carers have fun, develop healthy networks and develop their voice through participation to effect positive change.   You will be able to organise and facilitate group sessions and provide training to young carers.

The post involves telephone and face to face work with a wide range of people from voluntary and statutory agencies and a high degree of professionalism is crucial.

You will be supported by a team to develop and promote carer awareness in schools and the wider community with the range of services currently offered by the charity.

The position will involve working during the school holidays and some evenings and occasional weekends.  You may be required to provide transport or escort children and young people to activities and a full clean driving licence and access to car will be essential.

If you have health, social care, youth and community work, or teaching experience we would be keen to hear from you.

An enhanced DBS check will be required for this post.

If you would like to discuss the role (s) informally or visit the centre please contact Helen Hunter or Tracey Kilvington, on Tel:  01609 780872.

Closing date:     1 February 2019

Interview date: 15 February 2019

HRCC Job Pack SYCSW

Job Description - Young Carer Support Worker 2019

2019Job Application Form

Equal opportunities monitoring form 2018

DBS check permission slip

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