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Sessional Wellbeing Worker

£12.45 per hour (sessional pool)

Closing Date31 March 2022

ReferenceSessional

DepartmentWellbeing

We are looking to increase our bank of sessional wellbeing workers. Our sessional workers are essential to ensure we maintain a high quality service.  Our sessional wellbeing workers provide annual leave, training and sickness cover across our wellbeing teams.  There are a diverse range of shifts available across the teams, including night-shift.

As the role of sessional workers is to provide cover for holiday and sickness absence of permanent staff, we cannot guarantee, or is under any obligation, to offer set / regular hours or a set / regular work pattern.  You are also under no obligation to accept shift offered.   Sessional wellbeing workers receive regular training opportunities to ensure they carry out their role in line with the needs of the service.   

Helping people live independently at home by providing person-centred support underpins our wellbeing service.  Our wellbeing service supports the following 3 areas:

Wellbeing:  Housing First for Young People:  Providing support to young people who are at risk or have experienced homelessness, in both a residential and outreach setting.  Providing supported accommodation and transitional support, we aim to help equip young people to manage their own permanent tenancy.

Wellbeing:  for good mental health:  Providing support to individuals experiencing or recovering from mental health related issues we also deliver practical assistance in all aspects of maintaining a tenancy. We can help with a range of varying support needs, including but not limited to, help with form filling and mail, domestic assistance whilst promoting independence, medication prompts, accessing education or training and promoting social engagement. 

Wellbeing:  for people age 60+:  Providing support for people age 60+ this service helps people manage their tenancy and promotes social engagement, as age related health and mobility concerns reduce their confidence.  In addition to this, our intervention service provides additional assistance for periods of poor health (through sickness or injury) and help support recovery. 

How to apply:  If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, complete an application and return it to Recruitment@QCHA.org.uk.   There is no set closing date.  We aim to respond to applications on a quarterly basis.  

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