Exciting Opportunity – Join the VOICES team
VOICES is a partnership of voluntary, statutory, and private sector organisations that works to create cultural and systems change in the way that services are delivered for people experiencing a combination of homelessness, addiction, mental ill health and offending. People with multiple needs often encounter difficulties in accessing support and often experience exclusion from services. VOICES supports its partners and relevant agencies in their efforts to engage people with multiple needs and to articulate an authentic and legitimate ‘community voice’ for people with a lived experience of those needs.
Working as part of a vibrant and supportive team we are now recruiting for the following key positions:
1 x Service Coordinator, Salary: £20,971.60 plus benefits.
Working as part of a vibrant and supportive team of System Brokers, Service Coordinators, Community Development Coordinators, Expert Citizens, Students and Volunteers you will be creative and understanding of the needs of customers who are experiencing multiple needs.
You will be proactive in developing effective service coordination plans and advocate the case for customer access through the available service systems by encouraging a focus on their strengths and assets as appropriate.
Closing date for the post is Monday 30th April 2018, at 5pm.
Interview date (if shortlisted) for the Service Coordinator post is: Wednesday 9th May 2018
NB: If shortlisted you may be required to take part in a group exercise and/or IT test. This will be followed by a panel interview. You can find out more about our work by reading our publications via www.issuu.com/voicesofstoke
These posts are funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund until 2022.
and for an informal discussion, call the Service Manager, Bruno Ornelas, on 01782 450 760
Additional information can be found on:
Twitter: @voicesofstoke ISSU: www.issuu.com/voicesofstoke
Brighter Futures is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from people with a lived experience of multiple needs.