Charity registered in Scotland SC008382
Positive Help is looking for an enthusiastic and proactive individual to join our small team as Adult Services Co-ordinator (AS Co-ordinator). This exciting position is for someone who has excellent interpersonal and communication skills and is able to lead and motivate people. You will be responsible for building strong positive relationships with adult service users and liaising with statutory and voluntary organisations.
The AS Co-ordinator has responsibility for developing and delivering Positive Help’s Supportive Transport and Home Support projects to adults living with HIV and/or Hepatitis C. The AS Co-ordinator also leads on recruiting and training volunteers for all services working in partnership with other staff members.
Positive Help are committed to delivering a person-centred service and enabling service users to achieve their personal outcomes. These may include attending treatments and support appointments, enhancing quality of life in their home environment, increasing social contact and improving wellbeing. Will you help us give POSITIVE HELP?
Please see the job description/person specification for full details of the role.
For an informal discussion about this role please contact Gillian Frayling–Kelly.
Practical / DIY
30th June 2016
Positive Helps's home support servive makes a very direct impact on quality of life for those affected by the symptoms of HIV or Hep C and the often debilitating side effects of combination drugs therapies. With home support our client's quality of life can be transformed on a da… Read more
Driving / Escorting
10th June 2016
Our volunteer drivers provide service users with lifts to hospital or GP appointments so that they can access vital medical care and treatment. They also help service users to get to support groups, supermarkets and other activities, as well as collecting and delivering prescript… Read more
Befriending / Mentoring
10th June 2016
Positive Help staff work hard to make good matches between our young people and volunteers. Once a suitable match has been made, the befrienders will meet with the child or young person fortnightly and engage in a fun activity together. This can range from a visit to the Zoo, pic… Read more