Covers all of Wales, majority based at home
This role involves a considerable amount of travel therefore applicants should be willing to travel across Wales.
As the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of services to disabled people, we believe disabled people should have the freedom to live their lives the way they choose – with the opportunity and support to live independently, to contribute economically and to participate fully in society.
With 5,000 staff and 10,000 volunteers supporting nearly 70,000 people in the UK and around the world, Leonard Cheshire provides support to 3,200 people in a variety of UK living services including supported living, nursing and day centre facilities. We also support 12,000 young people in the UK with skills, confidence and employment programmes. Internationally, we are a specialist development non-governmental organisation, delivering inclusive education, youth leadership and access to livelihoods programmes to more than 50,000 people in 15 countries across Asia and Africa.
About the role
Leonard Cheshire Disability is recruiting for a Digital Inclusion Coordinator in Wales to support the delivery of our digital inclusion programme.
The role will work closely with partners, volunteers and other stakeholders within Wales providing them with advice, guidance and support to enable them to be more confident in supporting disabled people to use IT and get online as well as supporting disabled people to get online and develop skills for employability.
Effectively deliver all elements of the Digital Inclusion programmes (Tech Works and GoDigital), lead on volunteer recruitment to enhance the Programme’s reach and impact, and work with local community-based teams as well as our central assistive technology resource.
The programme gives disabled people access to computers and training to develop their skills and employability, supports a number of accessible IT suites and provides disabled people access to IT equipment in their homes.
Applicants will have to demonstrate experience of supporting people to use IT and prior work with volunteers.
An understanding of digital inclusion, IT skills for employability, accessible IT, adaptations and/or assistive technology will be an advantage.
The role will also be responsible for collating accurate data to support monitoring, evaluation and development; this will include monthly reports as well as quality and impact data.
The role would suit someone who enjoys working with a variety of people, who has good attention to detail, who is self-motivated, takes their own initiative and who is very confident using Microsoft Office packages and databases.
You should be patient and comfortable explaining things from a very basic starting point. You will enjoy listening to what people want to achieve before assisting them to achieve it.
Driving license and access to a car would be beneficial.
• Substantial annual leave (26 days).
• A generous employer contribution to a company pension scheme with additional life cover.
• Access to a cash health plan at favourable rates.
• Flexible working and lots more.
A satisfactory disclosure check is required for this post.
Closing date: 9 December 2020
We aim to conduct interviews via Zoom during week commencing 14th December 2020
Leonard Cheshire welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We actively encourage applications from people with a disability, supporting where possible, your requirements for reasonable adjustments.
Shortlisting for this role may take place as applications are received. We therefore reserve the right to close this vacancy once a suitable applicant has been appointed.