Macmillan Cancer Carer Support Worker – Coventry

 

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We are pleased to be working in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support in recruiting the post of Macmillan Cancer Carer Support Worker for the Coventry area.

Joining us with previous professional experience in the healthcare sector you will be expected to identify ‘hidden’ family carers of people with cancer, provide individualised support, assess their needs and ensure these are met.

You will work in partnership with other agencies and service providers to enable family carers of people living with cancer to develop an understanding of the services available to support their needs.

You will need to be committed to providing an excellent service, driven and pro-active, empathetic and passionate and ready to make a real difference in your local community.

The reporting office for this position is located within the Carers Wellbeing Services hub inside Coventry’s Central Library, 17 Smithford Way, CV1 1FY.

This position is offered as a job share, working in partnership with the Macmillan Cancer Carer Support Worker for the Warwickshire area and the Coventry and Warwickshire Carers Wellbeing Support Services Team.

Salary £12,812 per annum

22.5 hours per week

Secured funding for 2 years

As an organisation Carers Trust Heart of England (formerly Crossroads Care) have been providing services to support family carers and the people that they care for in your local area for over 30 years. If you think you are the right person for the role please visit our website for further information, we are waiting to hear from you.

Closing date for applications is midday on Monday 25th June 2018
Interviews will be held on 10th and the 11th of July 2018

Please download the application form from below, which you can complete and return to us either by email or by post. More details are contained in the application form. You may also like to download the PDF Applying For A Macmillan Post.

Or you contact our HR Coordinator mandy.minton@carerstrusthofe.org.uk
Tel: 024 7610 1040 ext 507