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Northwood Together Community Organiser and Support Worker
Fixed term 2 Year Contract. Full-time (37 hours per week), flexible hours.
Salary SCP 26-30 £23,116 – £26,556
Home-Start Knowsley on behalf of the Northwood Together Big Local Partnership is inviting applications for the post of Northwood Together Community Organiser and Support Worker. This post is integral to the strategic operations of the Partnership to achieve their shared vision for the Northwood Together Big Local Area.
Northwood Together is a 10 year community programme (funded by Big Lottery) which gives local people a chance to make a difference in their neighbourhood by raising aspirations, creating opportunities, and enriching lives. This Big Local programme is bringing £1M of Big Lottery funding to Northwood for residents to make it a better place.
The post holder will be expected to take the lead on all aspects of the grass roots operational management of the Big Local Programme in Northwood.
For further details including how to apply, please visit the Home-Start website.
Closing Date for applications: Noon, Friday 3rd February 2017
Interviews: 27th February 2017
Salary: £18,833 (6 month probationary period) Hours: 37.5 hours per week Place of work: Halton and surrounding areas
Purpose of Post
We’re looking for an experienced community worker to join our dedicated team and play a crucial role in engaging Halton residents in health and well-being activities through GP Practices and hospitals.
The successful candidate will be working collaboratively and creatively with practice patients, staff, Clinicians and wider stakeholders to generate better health outcomes for patients.