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CROSSROADS CARE ORKNEY

CARE COORDINATOR

35 hours per week

Salary £23,049

An exciting and challenging post has arisen within Crossroads Care Orkney, one of the most prominent providers of care in Orkney. Crossroads provide a range of services to unpaid Carers, disabled and elderly people, which include personal, social and domestic care. We are looking for an energetic and enthusiastic individual to work as part of a team in the day to day operations of the services.

The primary duties will be care co-ordination and assessment and review of service user’s needs. The post will be based in a very busy, friendly office which is also the Carers drop in centre. The position requires one of the following qualifications, registered nurse, registered social worker, SVQ level 3 in health and social care or equivalent.

For an informal discussion about the post please contact Olivia Tait on 01856 870500 or [email protected] Application packs, including a job description and person specification, are available from the Orkney Carers Centre, West Castle Street, Kirkwall KW15 1GU.

The closing date for this post is 5pm on the 24th September 2021.

Registered Charity no. SC022786

Company no. SC164342




VOLUNTEER BOARD MEMBERS NEEDED

Are you looking for an opportunity to give something back to your community?

The Orkney Carers Centre is looking for voluntary trustees to join its management committee. The management committee guides and shapes the work of the centre, which supports unpaid carers and young carers all over the Orkney Islands.

Unpaid carers and young carers number 1 in 8 of the population. The centre supports carers and young carers through providing a listening ear, working with partners to identify hidden carers and ensure their voice is heard, offering information, advice, advocacy, a Carers support group, training, and much more. We also run a Crossroads respite for Carers scheme.

Trustees work for the centre on average 4 hours a month – donating either their professional skills or their experiences of unpaid care. They will also be expected to help at any fund raising events.

For more information and an informal discussion, please contact the Office on 870500.

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