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Exeter, Devon
£22,322 pro rata
Contract, Full-time
Job description
Social Prescribing Project Worker (Contract)
Exeter, Devon (covering sites across Devon)

If you’re passionate about social prescribing and have project management experience, this is an amazing opportunity to make a difference on a systematic level and help shape vital services for the people of Devon.

About Us

Citizens Advice Exeter is a Devon-based advisory service that helps members of the public to understand, face, and deal with problems they may be experiencing.

We provide thousands of people with free, confidential, impartial advice on a variety of subjects, including benefits, employment, housing, consumer rights and legal issues.

Social prescribing can play a huge role in improving people’s health and wellbeing and can reduce the need for acute care. As such, it’s becoming a priority, both on a local and national level. Devon County Council and Devon Clinical Commissioning Group have established a countywide social prescribing project and are funding a number of pilot projects across Devon, including work being carried out by Citizens Advice.

We’re looking for a Social Prescribing Project Worker to join us on a six month fixed-term contract and support the successful delivery of this project.

The Benefits

- Salary of £22,322 pro rata
- Workplace pension
- Training opportunities
- 25 days’ holiday pro rata, plus public holidays

At Citizens Advice, we’re here for everyone. Our advice helps people solve problems and our advocacy helps fix problems in society. Whatever the challenge, we won’t turn people away.

In this exciting role, you will have the chance to help us take our offering to the next level by researching and developing services that will support the health and wellbeing of local people.

This is a unique opportunity to make a real difference and lay the groundwork for services that will change lives and ensure no one is left behind, regardless of the issues they face.

If you want to make an impact as part of our hard-working team, we’d love to hear from you.

The Role

As a Social Prescribing Project Worker, you’ll support the successful delivery of social prescribing projects in Devon.

You’ll help to develop a more systems-led way of identifying and meeting the advice needs of people who are on low incomes or have problems relating to benefits, debt, housing, employment or other social welfare law issues.

Working closely with social prescribers and other local organisations, you will:

- Attend Health and Care Partnership meetings to increase your knowledge of local issues, challenges and needs
- Identify gaps in our current advice offering, as well as sustainable ways of meeting these unmet needs
- Advise external organisations on ways to identify and resolve social welfare law issues
- Develop longer term plans for addressing unmet needs, as well as the resources required
- Support the production of funding bids and business cases

About You

To join us as a Social Prescribing Project Worker, you’ll need:

- Previous experience, and confidence in, delivering talks and/or presentations to groups
- A demonstrable track record of successfully managing and delivering projects
- Experience of working in partnership with other organisations and achieving positive outcomes for partnership working
- Previous experience of gathering, recording, analysing and interpreting data
- Knowledge of, and a commitment to, the principles and aims of social prescribing
- An understanding of the health and social care sector and the role that voluntary organisations play in improving people’s health and wellbeing
- An understanding of the main advice issues affecting people’s health and wellbeing

Other organisations may call this role Social Prescribing Worker, Social Prescribing Support Worker, Support Worker, Community Support Worker, Project Co-ordinator, Wellbeing Practitioner, Community Project Co-ordinator, or Community Project Manager.

Webrecruit and Citizens Advice Exeter are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment.

So, if you are seeking an exciting, new challenge as a Social Prescribing Project Worker, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.

Working hours: 37.5 hours per week
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Posted on: 17 January 2020
Closing date: 14 February 2020
Job ref: HKVKE2802/SK-HL
Tags: Social Work
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