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

Treasurer

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 14th October 2021

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

Board members at Lanarkshire Carers are responsible for the charity’s governance and strategy and are seeking to appoint a new Treasurer to lead, assist and advise the board in overseeing finances, and financial reporting and decision making.

The Treasurer will work closely with the CEO, Finance Co-ordinator and Business Administrator and with other members of the staff team at Lanarkshire Carers.

The Treasurer attends Board of Director meetings that take place one a month (currently on the last Monday of the month from 10am to 12.30pm). The Treasurer also attends monthly Finance sub group meetings and is in regular contact with board members and the management team throughout each month. The organisation is well established for remote/digital working and meeting. There will also be the opportunity to attend and carry out the role from our premises in Hamilton.

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Finance Co-ordinator

  • Part time
  • £28,869 – £30,621 pro-rata
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 11th October 2021

Lanarkshire Carers is recruiting a Finance Co-ordinator to join our 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 as we plan our return to workplaces. The post holder will be mainly based in our Hamilton centre and may also be required to work from our centre in Airdrie and offices in localities throughout Lanarkshire. All staff work on an outreach basis in community venues throughout Lanarkshire.

Responsible to the Chief Executive Officer, and working as directed by the full management team, the Finance Co-ordinator will contribute to the operational management and delivery of the organisations finance functions. The post holder will hold an accountancy qualification or be part qualified or qualified by experience in a finance role. The Finance Co-ordinator will make a key contribution to the work of the leadership team providing specialist financial skills and knowledge as required. Responsibilities of this post include, preparation of budgets and supporting budget holders to monitor and control budget lines, preparation of financial management reports, payroll administration, banking, payment processing and overseeing income and expenditure. Please review the job description for more detailed information.

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

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Data Management Co-ordinator

  • Full time
  • £28,869 – £30,621
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 14th June 2021

Responsible to the Carer Information Manager, and working as directed by the full management team, the Data Management Co-ordinator (DMC) will contribute to the operational management and delivery of the organisations data management and co-ordination and digital development. The post holder will make a key contribution to the work of the team providing specialist skills and knowledge as required.

The DMC will oversee the data management and digital development strategies including systems, processes and procedures and resources. The post holder will provide data analysis and digital development and tools that support the organisations objectives. The DMC will have a lead role in relation a range of work areas integral to the organisations operation including health and safety, communication and IT support. The post holder will be responsible for the quality assurance of our data, reporting and contractual compliance.

The DMC will work closely with staff, volunteers, carers and partner organisations to develop, coordinate, facilitate and review the delivery of integrated information, advice and support services for carers in Lanarkshire.

The post holder will contribute to the successful implementation of the business plan, the development of the organisation and the service delivery model. The DMC will contribute to the development of external relationships, maintaining quality standards and ensuring the value base of the organisation is evident.

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Carer Support Worker

  • Full time
  • £25,279 – £27,954
  • Lanarkshire
  • Closing 14th June 2021

Responsible to a named member of the management team and working as directed by the management/co-ordination team, Carer Support Workers (CSW) work closely with staff, volunteers, carers and partner organisations to develop, plan and deliver comprehensive information, advice and support services for carers in Lanarkshire.

CSW’s 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.

CSW’s develop and deliver activities that ensure that Lanarkshire Carers raises awareness of, identifies, engages and provides carers with information, advice and support that effectively meets their needs. CSW’s ensure that carers have access to a full spectrum of preventative approaches and a variety of opportunities and resources to support them in their caring role.

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Information Worker

  • Full time
  • £21,256 – £22,405
  • Hamilton and Airdrie
  • Closing 28th June 2021

Responsible to the Carer Information Manager and working as directed by the management/coordination team, Carer Information Worker (CIM) 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 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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