Charity registered in Scotland SC024376
CVS Inverclyde is a partner in Inverclyde’s Third Sector Interface. CVS aims to support the third sector to deliver the best outcomes for Inverclyde by providing practical support and improving the strategic environment for the sector.
CVS Inverclyde (CVSI) is pleased to invite applicants for the post of Volunteer Coordinator. We are looking for an experienced coordinator to assume responsibility for running the community aspect of the Isolate and Support and Humanitarian Aid Service. This service provides provision and support to vulnerable people throughout Inverclyde. The post holder will coordinate all aspects of the service so must be highly organised with excellent communications skills. The successful candidate will also coordinate the team of volunteers who are supporting the Covid-19 vaccination clinics throughout Inverclyde.
This is a 6-month fixed-term post that would be ideally suited to applicants with a good understanding of the local area. Also, we would welcome the potential for a 6-month secondment from another Third Sector organisation as an opportunity for mutual professional learning and development.
CVS Inverclyde is Inverclyde's Third Sector Interface organisation. We offer practical support to local charities and voluntary organisations, while working with our public sector partners to improve the strategic environment for the sector. The successful candidate will be joining a small, vibrant and ambitious team who strive to provide high quality support to Inverclyde’s Third Sector. As an organisation, we are committed to making a positive difference in our local community.
The organisation is committed to its people and is accredited with Disability Confident, Committed to Excellence, Flexible Working, Healthy Working Lives and the Living Wage.
Community Link Workers (CLW) are based within GP practices and provide a person-centred service that is responsive to the needs and interests of people living within an area affected by socio-economic deprivation. CLWs support people to:
Based within the local Third Sector Interface (TSI), the CLWs also build relationships and processes between the GP practice and community resources, statutory organisations, other health services and voluntary organisations.
The Lead CLW Role has 2 elements: to provide leadership and day to day management and supervision support to a team of CLWs and to manage a caseload of clients within a dedicated GP practice(s) in Inverclyde. Additionally, the Lead CLW will utilise available data to raise awareness about the work the CLW team does and the impact it has on people across Inverclyde. This will require strong working relationships with partners from both the Third and public sectors and with communities throughout Inverclyde.