We currently have the following vacancies. Please note whether these are voluntary or paid roles. If you would like to discuss any of these before applying, please contact the appropriate person to discuss. Their name will appear with the role information.
Social Prescribing Link Worker
Terms: 2 Year Contract with the potential for a further 2 years
Salary: £24,799 plus pension contribution
(equivalent to NHS band 5)
Hours: 37.5 hours per week to be worked flexibly
(including evenings and some weekends)
Based at: Neston Community Youth Centre with travel across the
Primary Care Network Area
Neston Community Youth Centre, in partnership with Neston and Willaston Primary Care Network, are employing a Social Prescribing Link Worker to work across the area served by Neston Surgery, Neston Medical Centre and Willaston Surgery.
We are looking for someone to bring energy and enthusiasm to an exciting new role supporting patients to engage with services that will improve their health and wellbeing.
The ideal candidate will be able to engage with a range of people with a variety of needs, understand our community and what it can offer, be able to manage their own workload and work independently with appropriate support and be well organised. Additionally, the person we are looking for will be able to uphold the high standards of confidentiality expected by the Charity and the NHS.
The role will involve a range of one to one and group work including setting up and supporting the development of new groups.
Deadline for applications is mid day on Monday 25th May. Interviews taking place w/c 1st June via video conferencing.
Safeguarding: Due to the nature of the work, this role is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check, the receipt of satisfactory references and compliance with Safeguarding policies and procedures.
Role Information for applicants
Application Form, please choose the format you prefer
Volunteer Advisor - Coming Soon
We will soon be recruiting a small team of volunteers who will be trained by Citizens Advice West Cheshire in order to improve the service offer for our community. Citizens Advice West Cheshire's commitment to our community over the past three years has provided support and advice previously unavailable.
There is currently a three week waiting list for an appointment and we want to work together to reduce that and increase the range of opportunities for those that need it to get help.