People First Merseyside is recruiting

People First Merseyside has been given funding from The National Lottery  Community Fund  for its DAVID (Dignity And Voices In Dying) Project. It is now  recruiting for two full-time workers and these are great opportunities for people to join the team.

The DAVID project is a unique 5-year project that will support people with learning disabilities to know about death and dying, enable them to plan for their future making death a less frightening subject.

The successful candidates will be joining a friendly and proactive team who are passionate about improving the lives of people with learning disabilities.

1) DAVID Project Development Worker – delivery and facilitation (FT)
Ref – 1DF.

The post holder will be responsible for day-to-day project delivery with main responsibilities including: supporting people with learning disabilities to develop the project, facilitating working groups to produce resources, administration and monitoring.
Hours: 35 hours per week
Salary: £22,958 (per annum)
Interview date: Monday 1st July 2019

2) DAVID Project Development Worker – Delivery and emotional support (FT)
Ref – 2DE.

The post holder will have counselling experience and will be responsible for supporting people with learning disabilities to develop the project whilst ensuring their emotional needs are met. They will also be responsible for day-to-day project delivery.
Hours: 35 hours per week
Salary: £22,958 (per annum)
Interview date: Tuesday 2nd July 2019

All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check

Application packs for these posts can be downloaded here

Closing date for applications 12 noon, Friday 14th June 2019

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