Recruitment

RECRUITMENT

Current vacancies are shown below

CRCC is a partner in a contract delivering an Adult Carers Service supporting informal and unpaid carers. We also run a contract which supports veterans and their families. We currently have vacancies:

CARER SUPPORT COORDINATORS
Covering Cornwall (own transport essential; mileage allowance paid)
Various hours
Primarily home/hub based
Providing support, advice, information and opportunities to informal adult carers and veterans
Salary £20,095 FTE per annum based on a 35-hour week (pro rata for part-time hours)

Working within a team, you will provide information and support to carers (those who are looking after relatives, neighbours or friends who need help) by delivering Carers Needs Assessments. You will have knowledge and understanding of issues and challenges carers / veterans currently face.  You will ideally have experience of:

  • Social care sectors
  • The Care Act
  • Carers Needs Assessments
  • Health and wellbeing sectors
  • Mental health organisations / support
  • Working with statutory, voluntary and community sector organisations
  • Some understanding of veterans and military backgrounds

You will have good communication skills and a strong commitment to equality of opportunity, respecting the nine protected characteristics of the Equality Act 2010.

You should be qualified to NVQ level 3 in a relevant subject or be willing to work towards a qualification in your first year. This post is home/hub based in the geographical areas across Cornwall.

Closing date: 20 July 2018
Interviews:     30 July 2018

Job Description Carers Support Coordinator
Person Specification Carers Support Coordinator
Application Form

Suitable candidates shortlisted but unsuccessful at interview may be kept on file for a period of six months in case any similar vacancies arise.

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 In partnership, PCDT and Young People Cornwall are delivering an exciting project across Cornwall to build capacity of communities to deliver services to young people age 10+, and we are now recruiting for the following positions:

 2 x APPRENTICESHIPS IN YOUTH WORK
30 hours per week
Salary £8,400 per annum
Workbase to be confirmed
Fixed term contract for one year

For an informal discussion about these posts please contact
Bernie Wills, Community Manager, on 01736 334679 or
Kate Smith on 01872 222447

Closing date:     10 August 2018
Interviews:         Week commencing 20 August 2018

Job Specification Apprentice Youth Worker
Application Form

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After three successful years, Learn Your Way is expanding their education programme.  We are looking for a Tutor and Learning to join this worthwhile project and ensure that our programme continues with its ‘outstanding’ teaching and ‘good’ ofsted reports.

TUTOR
16 hours per week
£26,244 per annum pro rata
Fixed term contract
Based in Truro

Are you an experienced tutor?  Do you want to work on an education programme that makes a difference to the lives of young people with learning disabilities?

We are looking for an experienced tutor who can teach a small group of young people with various learning and/or physical disabilities.  Learn Your Way is a year-long programme of study that combines classroom education with work experience.

You will need to have a minimum of one year’s teaching experience, along with experience of working/supporting learners with learning disabilities.  You need to have considerable experience of preparing teaching resources and a thorough knowledge and practice of assessment.

For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Kyrstie Mann on 01736 334666.

Closing date: 10 August 2018

Role Profile Tutor
Application Form

 

CRCC is committed to ensuring that no job applicant receives less favourable treatment because of one of the nine protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010, ie sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, age, religion/belief, marital status including civil partnerships, pregnancy/maternity.  CRCC’s objective is to ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and otherwise treated solely on the basis of relevant aptitudes, skills and abilities.