Join Scottish Huntington’s Association (SHA) and you will transform the lives of families living with Huntington’s disease (HD).
SHA is world-leading in its advocacy and support for the HD community. As a Team Leader, you will have a key role in strengthening service delivery by supporting experienced HD specialists working with families and individuals to create uniquely personalised packages of care.
Ideally, we seek one Team Leader based in the North of Scotland and one in the South. Applications are therefore invited from across Scotland.
You will be an experienced health or social care professional with substantial experience in a community setting. You will have experience in supporting adults with a long-term condition. Knowledge of Huntington’s disease is desirable, but not essential. You will hold a recognised Nursing Social Work or Allied Health Professional Qualification. You will a minimum of three years’ experience supporting, coaching and managing staff.
We seek applicants who can work in partnership with other agencies and influence improvements in the care and support of people with Huntington’s disease. You should also have an understanding of the strategic context of neurology in Scotland.
Funding for this post is provided by Scottish Huntington’s Association, a values-driven organisation founded by families for families.
All posts are subject to a Disclosure Scotland PVG or Police Act check
SHA is a registered Charity (SC010985) and is committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment