• Advertised from 17th June 2022
  • 21 hours per week. Fixed term contract until end March 2023 (may be extended dependent on funding) £24,500 pro rata (based on 35.75 hours per week).


LCIL is a user-led organisation providing a range of services that enable Disabled People to live independently in the community of their choice.

LCiL are recruiting for a part time Development Worker to support two projects to deliver workshops and peer support groups to disabled people, those with long term conditions and parent carers across Edinburgh and the three Lothians.

Self Directed Support Programme’s aim is to offer information and capacity building and peer support opportunities to help people self empower and live more independent lives, working across Edinburgh and the three Lothians. (14 hours per week)

Self Management Project’s aim is to ensure that people living with long term conditions in Edinburgh and Midlothian receive the right help at the right time and are empowered to be regularly involved in, and responsible for, their own health and wellbeing. (7 hours per week).

LCIL is looking for someone with:

  • Experience of the creation, design and delivery of workshops and peer support groups
  • Experience of the creation, design and delivery of workshops and/or information services
  • Experience of managing a case load working 1-1 with individuals
  • Experience of working within or alongside a voluntary organisation
  • Understanding of person centred working.

Application notes

Application packs available by Tel: 0131 475 2350. Or download from lothiancil.org.uk

If you wish to have an informal discussion about this role, please call Lyn Pornaro on 0131 475 2350

Closing date – 8th July 2022 at 12 noon

LCIL is an equal opportunities employer. Applications from disabled people are particularly welcome. We are also a disability confident employer and as such, if you require any support during any part of the recruitment process, please contact HR@lothiancil.org.uk

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