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Link Worker

This is a unique role, supporting those affected by an acquired brain injury (ABI) by providing information, pathways and facilitating access to Headway Surrey.

You will need to be able to develop new and maintain our existing partnerships across a range of service providers and professionals.

This includes, but is not limited to: survivors, families, friends, work colleagues, employers, Surrey health and medical professionals, Surrey Adult Social Care (11 locality teams), St George’s Hospital Tooting, Surrey hospitals (Royal Surrey County Hospital, Frimley Park, Ashford & St Peters, Epsom, East Surrey, Ashford), outpatients departments, neurology, stroke units, OT and physiotherapy departments, GPs, health centres and similar.

The main purpose of the role is to develop pathways and communication methods to increase the number of people receiving Headway Surrey services. To be a focal point and to ensure that all the above have suitable supplies of leaflets and posters. To monitor and report using CharityLog CRM (training will be given).

The role will benefit from a working knowledge of ABI, health, medical and/or adult social care.

The successful applicant must have a clean driving licence and access to a car and will be subject to a full DBS check and two references.

Hours of work: Part-time, 12 hours a week (initially 12-month fixed term contract).

Pay: £12.50 per hour equating to £7,800 per annum

Holiday: 25 days pro rata

Based: Work from home

Subject to: DBS check and two references.

Responsible to: Services Coordinator

Full Job Description: You can download the Link Worker full job description here (PDF format)

Personal Specifications: To see if your education, skills and qualifications match our requirements download the Link Worker personal specification here (PDF Format)

How to Apply: Please email your CV and a covering letter Please send your CV to enquiries@headwaysurrey.org and make sure you include a separate statement (no more than one page), as to why you are the best person for the job

Closing date: 1 November 2020


Sessional Counsellor

An experienced, fully qualified counsellor required to offering online/telephone short term counselling, limited to a maximum of six sessions per person, to adults in Surrey affected by acquired brain injury (ABI), and their informal carers/family members. Free for the client at point of delivery.

Three hours a week counselling and 1 hour admin/CORE outcome measures. Dealing with ABI insight and acceptance of change, mild to moderate episodes of anxiety or depression, self-esteem difficulties, problems associated with life crises, such as bereavement, illness and relationships.

The successful applicant will be subject to a full DBS check and two references.

Hours of work: 4 x 1 hours per week (initially fixed one-year contract).

Pay: £50 per hour

Based: Work from home

Subject to: DBS check and two references.

Responsible to: Services Coordinator

Full Job Description: You can download the Sessional Counsellor full job description here (PDF format)

Personal Specifications: To see if your education, skills and qualifications match our requirements you can download the Sessional Counsellor personal specifications here (PDF Format)

How to Apply: Please email your CV and a covering letter Please send your CV to enquiries@headwaysurrey.org and make sure you include a separate statement (no more than one page), as to why you are the best person for the job

Closing date: 1 November 2020

 

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