Carer Support and Primary Care Liaison Worker

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Carers Network Westminster.  £21,000 a year.  Full time.  Apply by 26 April.

Carers Network Westminster’s vision is that the role of Carers in Westminster is recognised, supported and celebrated. For more than 20 years we have been working in partnership Carers in order to provide information, advice, advocacy and support to Carers, along with social events, breaks schemes, and other services to ensure that Carers are well informed, supported and healthy.  Carers Network Westminster engages with over 2,000 Carers in a way that ensures they are involved in decision making about all aspects of their caring role.

About this role

Carers Network Westminster is seeking an excellent candidate for this new role of Carer Support and Primary Care Liaison Worker within its small, friendly team working in a diverse and dynamic environment. 

The post holder will be responsible for providing Carers with information and advice, signposting them to other services where appropriate.  S/he will carry out Carers assessments as well as take the lead on developing and nurturing relationships with primary care practitioners, to raise awareness of Carers’ rights and the services available to Carers. 

If you are a strong communicator, an experienced caseworker with skills in project management, networking, strategic planning and are passionate about carer services, then Carers Network Westminster would like to hear from you.

More information and application pack

To find out more or to download an application pack, call 020 8960 3033 or visit the Carers Network Westminster website

For an informal discussion about this role contact Susie Yau, Carer Support Manager.

Closing date

The closing date for all applications is 12pm on Thursday 26 April 2012.

Voluntary Action Westminster is a registered charity (no. 1068824) and is registered as a company in England and Wales with company number 03518124.  Copyright Voluntary Action Westminster 2009

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