Lanarkshire Carers
Lanarkshire Carers

Charity registered in Scotland SC029160

Lanarkshire Carers is a well-established carer led organisation built on a vision to work with and for carers to develop and deliver services that make a positive difference to the lives of carers in Lanarkshire.

Current vacancies

Carer Support Worker/s

  • Full time or Part time
  • £24,830 – £27,460
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 4th November 2020

Lanarkshire Carers is a well-established carer led organisation built on a vision to work with and for carers to develop and deliver services that make a positive difference to the lives of carers in Lanarkshire. A value based organisation, our mission is to ensure that carers in Lanarkshire are identified, well informed, involved, supported and empowered. We deliver information, advice and direct support services that enable unpaid carers to continue to care, whilst maintaining their own health and wellbeing.

Now celebrating 25 years in Lanarkshire, we are recruiting for a number of vacancies and have opportunities to join an organisation where you will be supported, valued and well rewarded. Our personal outcome based service delivery model is currently supporting all staff to work remotely from home. Post holders will be based between our centres in Hamilton and Airdrie, offices in Hamilton and localities throughout Lanarkshire. All staff work on an outreach basis in community venues across Lanarkshire.

Our staff team, many of whom are carers themselves, are committed to making caring a positive experience. Our Board of Governors are committed to making Lanarkshire Carers a great place to work. Lanarkshire Carers works flexibly and is a carer positive employer. A workplace pension scheme is available.

Equality of Opportunity in Employment

Lanarkshire Carers is an Equal Opportunities employer and all applicants for posts receive equal treatment irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, disability, religion, sexuality, and age.

Carer Support Workers are aligned to localities and specialist areas of work, and are responsible for engaging and supporting all carers at all stages of their caring journey. CSW’s work co-productively with carers to provide an effective, personalised and flexible service. Carers need to be able to maintain their own health and well-being and have a life alongside caring. Carer support conversations will identify carers own outcomes, strengths, needs and personal preferences. CSW’s role is to facilitate these conversations, listen carefully and plan (through an Adult Carer Support Plan) for safe, self-sustaining caring and resilience.

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BAME Carer Support Worker/s

  • Full time or Part time
  • £24,830
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 4th November 2020

Lanarkshire Carers is a well-established carer led organisation built on a vision to work with and for carers to develop and deliver services that make a positive difference to the lives of carers in Lanarkshire. A value based organisation, our mission is to ensure that carers in Lanarkshire are identified, well informed, involved, supported and empowered. We deliver information, advice and direct support services that enable unpaid carers to continue to care, whilst maintaining their own health and wellbeing.

Now celebrating 25 years in Lanarkshire, we are recruiting for a number of vacancies and have opportunities to join an organisation where you will be supported, valued and well rewarded. Our personal outcome based service delivery model is currently supporting all staff to work remotely from home. Post holders will be based between our centres in Hamilton and Airdrie, offices in Hamilton and localities throughout Lanarkshire. All staff work on an outreach basis in community venues across Lanarkshire.

Our staff team, many of whom are carers themselves, are committed to making caring a positive experience. Our Board of Governors are committed to making Lanarkshire Carers a great place to work. Lanarkshire Carers works flexibly and is a carer positive employer. A workplace pension scheme is available.

Equality of Opportunity in Employment

Lanarkshire Carers is an Equal Opportunities employer and all applicants for posts receive equal treatment irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, disability, religion, sexuality, and age.

The Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Carer Support Worker is a specialist role to support Lanarkshire Carers to deliver a culturally competent service to all BAME Carers. This role requires a strong commitment, desire, ability and preferably bilingual skills, to reach out to carers from minority ethnic and disadvantaged backgrounds. The post holder will provide accessible information, advice, emotional and practical support that helps carers to achieve positive outcomes. It involves engaging with and developing relationships within hard to reach communities and building partnerships. The role includes raising awareness of carers from diverse backgrounds and establishing co-ordinated support by addressing linguistic and cultural barriers in accessing Lanarkshire Carers and wider services. The post holder will work co-productively with carers to provide an effective, personalised and flexible service. Carers need to be able to maintain their own health and well-being and have a life alongside caring. Carer support conversations will identify carers own outcomes, strengths, needs and personal preferences. CSW’s role is to facilitate these conversations, listen carefully and plan (through an Adult Carer Support Plan) for safe, self-sustaining caring and resilience.

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Short Breaks Bureau Link Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £22,628 – £24,061
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 4th November 2020

Lanarkshire Carers is a well-established carer led organisation built on a vision to work with and for carers to develop and deliver services that make a positive difference to the lives of carers in Lanarkshire. A value based organisation, our mission is to ensure that carers in Lanarkshire are identified, well informed, involved, supported and empowered. We deliver information, advice and direct support services that enable unpaid carers to continue to care, whilst maintaining their own health and wellbeing.

Now celebrating 25 years in Lanarkshire, we are recruiting for a number of vacancies and have opportunities to join an organisation where you will be supported, valued and well rewarded. Our personal outcome based service delivery model is currently supporting all staff to work remotely from home. Post holders will be based between our centres in Hamilton and Airdrie, offices in Hamilton and localities throughout Lanarkshire. All staff work on an outreach basis in community venues across Lanarkshire.

Our staff team, many of whom are carers themselves, are committed to making caring a positive experience. Our Board of Governors are committed to making Lanarkshire Carers a great place to work. Lanarkshire Carers works flexibly and is a carer positive employer. A workplace pension scheme is available.

Equality of Opportunity in Employment

Lanarkshire Carers is an Equal Opportunities employer and all applicants for posts receive equal treatment irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, disability, religion, sexuality, and age.

Short Breaks Bureau Link Worker (SBBL) works closely with staff, volunteers, carers and partner organisations to develop, plan and deliver comprehensive information, advice and support services for carers in Lanarkshire. The post holder will help shape and develop Lanarkshire Carers Short Breaks Bureau, helping to develop and promote good practice that improves access to short breaks. The Short Breaks Bureau has a strong focus on building capacity within the organisation, the voluntary, statutory and independent sector, raising awareness of and providing information about carers and short break provision.

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Information Worker

  • Full time
  • £20,880 – £22,009
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 4th November 2020

Lanarkshire Carers is a well-established carer led organisation built on a vision to work with and for carers to develop and deliver services that make a positive difference to the lives of carers in Lanarkshire. A value based organisation, our mission is to ensure that carers in Lanarkshire are identified, well informed, involved, supported and empowered. We deliver information, advice and direct support services that enable unpaid carers to continue to care, whilst maintaining their own health and wellbeing.

Now celebrating 25 years in Lanarkshire, we are recruiting for a number of vacancies and have opportunities to join an organisation where you will be supported, valued and well rewarded. Our personal outcome based service delivery model is currently supporting all staff to work remotely from home. Post holders will be based between our centres in Hamilton and Airdrie, offices in Hamilton and localities throughout Lanarkshire. All staff work on an outreach basis in community venues across Lanarkshire.

Our staff team, many of whom are carers themselves, are committed to making caring a positive experience. Our Board of Governors are committed to making Lanarkshire Carers a great place to work. Lanarkshire Carers works flexibly and is a carer positive employer. A workplace pension scheme is available.

Equality of Opportunity in Employment

Lanarkshire Carers is an Equal Opportunities employer and all applicants for posts receive equal treatment irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, disability, religion, sexuality, and age.

The Information Worker will develop and maintain robust carer information, promote good communication, collaborative working and partnerships. This will support the provision of coordinated and effective information, advice and support to carers. Access to the right information and the right time is key to ensuring carers do not reach crisis point. Lanarkshire Carers information framework will ensure consistent, standardised, non-duplicating carer information, material and resources.

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Carer Support Worker/s

  • Full time or Part time
  • £22,184 – £27,802
  • Hamilton/Airdrie
  • Closing 17th February 2020

We will consider both full time (35 hours per week) and part time (to be agreed) applications. Some evening and weekend work will be required. Working from our Hamilton Centre, Airdrie Centre and a co-located base within social work localities, the post holder/s will work on an outreach basis in venues across Lanarkshire. Applicants should indicate on their application if they are interested in full or part time hours.

Lanarkshire Carers Centre Salary Points 23 to 29 (£22,184 rising to circa £27,802.14 pro rata for part time positons).

It is Lanarkshire Carers Centre policy that all applicants will start at the first incremental point of this scale and this is not negotiable. Workplace Pension Scheme is available.

About the Role:

The post holder will be responsible to a member of the management team within the organisation and will work closely with staff, volunteers, carers and partner organisations to develop, plan and deliver comprehensive information, advice and support services for carers in Lanarkshire. We seek to recruit enthusiastic, motivated people with an awareness of the impact of the caring role within the family and the issues faced by unpaid carers. An understanding of a personal outcome based approach along with knowledge of carers’ rights, policy and strategy is required. A good understanding of health and social care and experience of working across statutory and voluntary sectors is advantageous.

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Carer Services Assistant Manager

  • Full time
  • £30,963 – £32,475
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 28th October 2020

Lanarkshire Carers is a well-established carer led organisation built on a vision to work with and for carers to develop and deliver services that make a positive difference to the lives of carers in Lanarkshire. A value based organisation, our mission is to ensure that carers in Lanarkshire are identified, well informed, involved, supported and empowered. We deliver information, advice and direct support services that enable unpaid carers to continue to care, whilst maintaining their own health and wellbeing.

Now celebrating 25 years in Lanarkshire, we are recruiting for a number of vacancies and have opportunities to join an organisation where you will be supported, valued and well rewarded. Our personal outcome based service delivery model is currently supporting all staff to work remotely from home. Post holders will be based between our centres in Hamilton and Airdrie, offices in Hamilton and localities throughout Lanarkshire. All staff work on an outreach basis in community venues across Lanarkshire.

Our staff team, many of whom are carers themselves, are committed to making caring a positive experience. Our Board of Governors are committed to making Lanarkshire Carers a great place to work. Lanarkshire Carers works flexibly and is a carer positive employer. A workplace pension scheme is available.

Equality of Opportunity in Employment

Lanarkshire Carers is an Equal Opportunities employer and all applicants for posts receive equal treatment irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, disability, religion, sexuality, and age.

The Carer Services Assistant Manager will assist with the operational management of the organisation and will contribute to strategic planning activities. The post holder will be part of the leadership team and will contribute to the successful implementation of the strategic development of the organisation and the services delivery model. The CSAM will contribute to the development of external relationships, maintaining quality standards and ensuring the value base of the organisation is evident in all our work.

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This vacancy has now closed

Business Administration Worker

  • Full time
  • £22,628 – £24,601
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 28th October 2020

Lanarkshire Carers is a well-established carer led organisation built on a vision to work with and for carers to develop and deliver services that make a positive difference to the lives of carers in Lanarkshire. A value based organisation, our mission is to ensure that carers in Lanarkshire are identified, well informed, involved, supported and empowered. We deliver information, advice and direct support services that enable unpaid carers to continue to care, whilst maintaining their own health and wellbeing.

Now celebrating 25 years in Lanarkshire, we are recruiting for a number of vacancies and have opportunities to join an organisation where you will be supported, valued and well rewarded. Our personal outcome based service delivery model is currently supporting all staff to work remotely from home. Post holders will be based between our centres in Hamilton and Airdrie, offices in Hamilton and localities throughout Lanarkshire. All staff work on an outreach basis in community venues across Lanarkshire.

Our staff team, many of whom are carers themselves, are committed to making caring a positive experience. Our Board of Governors are committed to making Lanarkshire Carers a great place to work. Lanarkshire Carers works flexibly and is a carer positive employer. A workplace pension scheme is available.

Equality of Opportunity in Employment

Lanarkshire Carers is an Equal Opportunities employer and all applicants for posts receive equal treatment irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, disability, religion, sexuality, and age.

The Business Administration Worker will provide administrative and finance support to Lanarkshire Carers Chief Executive Officer, Management Team and Board of Directors to ensure the smooth governance, management and operation of the organisation. The post holder will support the delivery of Lanarkshire Carers services and business requirements, working collaboratively with other team members as and when required. The Business Administration Worker will provide personal assistant support to the Chief Executive Officer.

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Carer Voice and Engagement Link

  • Full time
  • £22,628 – £24,061
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 28th October 2020

Lanarkshire Carers is a well-established carer led organisation built on a vision to work with and for carers to develop and deliver services that make a positive difference to the lives of carers in Lanarkshire. A value based organisation, our mission is to ensure that carers in Lanarkshire are identified, well informed, involved, supported and empowered. We deliver information, advice and direct support services that enable unpaid carers to continue to care, whilst maintaining their own health and wellbeing.

Now celebrating 25 years in Lanarkshire, we are recruiting for a number of vacancies and have opportunities to join an organisation where you will be supported, valued and well rewarded. Our personal outcome based service delivery model is currently supporting all staff to work remotely from home. Post holders will be based between our centres in Hamilton and Airdrie, offices in Hamilton and localities throughout Lanarkshire. All staff work on an outreach basis in community venues across Lanarkshire.

Our staff team, many of whom are carers themselves, are committed to making caring a positive experience. Our Board of Governors are committed to making Lanarkshire Carers a great place to work. Lanarkshire Carers works flexibly and is a carer positive employer. A workplace pension scheme is available.

Equality of Opportunity in Employment

Lanarkshire Carers is an Equal Opportunities employer and all applicants for posts receive equal treatment irrespective of ethnic origin, gender, disability, religion, sexuality, and age.

The Carers Voice and Engagement Link Worker (CVEL) will work closely with staff, volunteers, carers and partner organisations to develop, plan and deliver comprehensive information, advice and support services for carers in Lanarkshire. The post holder will assist with adult carer engagement, involvement, and representation in South Lanarkshire. The post holder will contribute to the organisations Carer Voice and Engagement Framework and will deliver carer co-productive approaches, championing carers’ voice and best interest. They will support and develop practice that encourages, enables and empowers carers and ensures ‘carer first’ values and principles are embedded in the design, development and shaping of services.

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