GDA is seeking an experienced self-motivated, flexible and multi-skilled individual to deliver our ‘COVID19 Lifeline Service, working collaboratively with other GDA staff and partners. This is a key part of GDA’s “Resilience Response: Leaving No-one Behind” and will build on GDA’s existing supports to disabled people now since the impact of COVID19 and over many years of supports provided.
As valuable member of the staff team, the Resource Coordinator will coordinate the delivery of GDA’s Lifeline response to ensure that the needs of disabled people are identified, assessed or “screened” and met as rapidly and effectively as possible. Responding to referrals by direct contact with individuals the Resource Coordinator will “triage” by identifying and confirming needs, demonstrating empathy, understanding and sensitivity and supporting disabled people to access appropriate sources of support.
Knowledge of Glasgow statutory, voluntary and community-based services and initiatives will be advantageous as would experience of setting up/ delivering a service and using monitoring and evaluation systems to record, monitor and evaluate impact.
This is a fixed term post initially funded for 6 months and dependent on current context and related funding ongoing.
Completed applications must be returned by 5pm on Monday 1st June 2020.
GDA positively welcomes applications from those with protected characteristics such as disabled people, people who are LGBTQIA+, black and minority ethnic people, women, younger and older people and those from a variety of faith backgrounds.
Scottish Charity No: SC034247.