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Manchester 0.8 miles
Gaddum is seeking an experienced welfare and benefits advisor to work supporting carers.

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Manchester, Greater Manchester 0.8 miles
£21,589 per year
Contract, Fixed term contract to 31/3/22 (Extension possible subject to securing additional funding)., Full-time
Job description

Job Summary

The CMN Learning and Development (L&D) programme is commissioned by Manchester Heath Care Commissioning to deliver learning opportunities to unwaged carers in the city. The programme has been ongoing since 2017 and has been extended to run until July 2022. Learning opportunities come in the form of workshops, ranging from first aid training to cooking and exercise classes, currently being delivered remotely. In its final 12 months the programme intends to reinitiate face to face workshops and enhance its delivery of opportunities to young carers.

The programme sits within the Carers Manchester pathway, which acts as a key referral point. Workshops are often delivered in collaboration with Carers Manchester network organisations and their new and existing support groups.

The Carers Manchester Network Learning and Development Project Worker will provide a range of functions which support the delivery of the Carers Manchester Learning and Development programme, including delivery of 1.1 support with carers following their attendance at a Being a Carer workshop and Project Work which supports the delivery of the whole programme  

This involves working extensively with Statutory, Voluntary sector partners and within the existing carers Manchester services to enhance the support that is offered to carers in Manchester

Job Purpose

Fulfilling the role will require the development and management of effective relationships with Network members and a range of partners and community based organisations in Manchester.  

The role will be split between carers support work and project work associated with the programme.

Support work

Delivering bespoke follow on support to carers who have attended the Being a Carer workshop or completed the equivalent E-Learning programme. This will also include attendance (both virtual and face to face), at Being a Carer workshops, engaging with carers and supporting the lead facilitator. Support work, which can be classed as short term may include;

  • emotional support
  • goal setting
  • advocacy
  • sourcing grant applications.
  • signposting or referring for additional support

Project work

This will involve working alongside Learning and Development staff to deliver key elements of the programme in its final 12 months of delivery. This will include;

  • Supporting programme evaluation
  • Scheduling and booking new workshops (including young carers)
  • Managing referrals
  • Supporting with carers consultation activities
  • Undertaking outreach and engagement activities

Delivering these key tasks will involve working collaboratively with all partners, stakeholders and carers in to order to deliver high-quality and safe services for carers.

Additional documents
Job Description & Person Specification (.pdf)
Gaddum Application Form (.docx)
Gaddum Demographic Form (.docx)
More about Gaddum

For us, it’s personal – We treat everyone who needs our help as an individual with unique circumstances that need to be&nbs... Read more

Posted on: 03 August 2021
Closing date: 16 August 2021
Tags: Advice, Information,Support Worker

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