Administrator - Referral and Outcome Worker
- Stroud, Gloucestershire
- Independence Trust
- Job type:
- Part Time
- £15, 273 per annum pro rata (based on FTE 37 hours per week)
- Closing date:
- 19th Oct 2017 at 23:55
£15, 273 per annum pro rata (based on FTE 37 hours per week)
Part Time: 12 hours per week
Fixed Term Contract up to 30th March 2022
The new Community Connector Service builds on the work of Social Prescribing and Village Agents across the county. This new exciting service seeks to make use of the strengths in the local community by working closely with the voluntary and statutory sector and connecting individuals to services that can support them
We are looking for a Referral and Outcome Worker to be based at our Offices in Stroud.
You will be responsible for providing an effective and confidential administrative support to the Community Connector Service
You will work closely with Service Delivery Manager and Senior Community Connector to develop administrative systems which ensure the Community Connector Service is able to work efficiently and record data effectively
You will be single point of contact for referrals into the service and undertake follow up calls to clients
A key part of the role will be the ability to deal efficiently, professionally and courteously with clients, members of the public and external agencies contacting the Community Connector Service.
The post holder will play an important role in supporting the Community Connector team who will work across Stroud Locality.
This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check
Closing date for applications: Midnight on 19th October 2017
For informal enquiries only please contact Beverley Polson on 01452 327486 or 07817 761669
The closing date given is a guide. We reserve the right to close the vacancy once we have received sufficient applications, so we advise you to submit your application as early as possible to prevent disappointment. If you have not heard from us within six weeks of the closing date then you should assume your application has not been successful