Lanarkshire Epilepsy Support Group
Lanarkshire Epilepsy Support Group

Charity registered in Scotland SC043069

Lanarkshire Epilepsy Support Group is a registered Scottish charity which provides support to individuals & families in Lanarkshire who are affected by Epilepsy.


Current vacancies

Epilepsy Project Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £19,936
  • Home Based with travel throughout North and South Lanarkshire
  • Closing 25th February 2019

Lanarkshire Epilepsy Support Group has developed rapidly since its formation in 2011. We are looking for a Project Coordinator and sessional workers to take forward our Connecting People Project which builds support networks, initially through social media, but leading to face-to-face meetings and events. These will vary from two or three people getting together to larger events and activities, but all with the aim of responding to individual needs and developing networks of support.

W e are looking for a dynamic individual to take forward our exciting Lottery-funded ‘Connecting People’ Project.As Project Coordinator, you will be a self-starter, with an ability to work on your own initiative, but also a team player, working with sessional staff and volunteers and reporting directly to the Management Committee. You will have a qualification and/or experience in a relevant care discipline, excellent interpersonal skills and be IT literate with a familiarity with the use of digital media. The Project Coordinator will be a car owner/driver able to work flexibly throughout North and South Lanarkshire, with occasional weekend and evening duties.

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Sessional Support Workers

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Home Based with travel throughout North and South Lanarkshire
  • Closing 25th February 2019

Lanarkshire Epilepsy Support Group has developed rapidly since its formation in 2011. We are looking for a Project Coordinator and sessional workers to take forward our Connecting People Project which builds support networks, initially through social media, but leading to face-to-face meetings and events. These will vary from two or three people getting together to larger events and activities, but all with the aim of responding to individual needs and developing networks of support.

Sessional Support Workers will have relevant experience and/or a qualification and be able to work flexibly at a variety of locations as required.

Shortlist