Are you passionate about carers of people with dementia having their voices heard – we are!
An exciting opportunity has arisen and tide are looking for a dynamic Regional Carer Involvement Lead covering the Central Belt and the West of Scotland areas joining our team to help us continue strengthening and increasing the impact of tide in Scotland.
Working closely with a wide range of partners at local community level, you will have a key role in identifying and recruiting carers and former carers to tide; ensuring that their development needs are identified and met through our unique Carer Development Programme as well as creating and supporting opportunities for carers to influence and create change
Our work ethos and values appeal to people, who are passionate, values driven, self-directed and flexible team players, who have great interpersonal skills, learn quickly, and relish the opportunity to deliver real social change for people who are caring for or have cared for someone living with dementia.
Location: Home based in the first instance but the role is based within our Glasgow Office in Robertson House and we expect to return to office working as soon as it is safe to do so
Salary: £25,000 – £28,500 D.O.E (pro rata)
Hours: 28 hours – 4 days (days are flexible)
Duration: Fixed term contract until February 2021 with option to extend
Benefits: 25 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro rata), flexible working, pension, Medicash option, staff development and training.
As Regional Carer Involvement Lead, you will:
If this sounds like you, please find the application pack and necessary forms below or on our website
Closing date: Friday 10th July at midnight
Shortlisting: Week beginning 20th July 2020
Interview: Week beginning 27th July 2020
About the Life Story Network and Tide
Life Story Network’s mission is to transform society through the power of life stories to unlock people’s potential and improve their wellbeing.
Our tide programme received charitable status in December 2019 and works with carers of people with dementia, investing in their personal development to unlock their potential; we empower them to recognise their own value and the contribution they make as individuals and as a collective. We do this through our Carer Development Programme, our Involvement Network and providing influencing opportunities at national, regional and local level.