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Group Coordinator (Malpas, Frodsham and Neston Area)
36 hours per week (£22,644 – £24,736 pro rate)
to plan and deliver weekly, out of school, youth activity group for disabled young people aged 5-18 years (three evenings per week, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for direct delivery 3.30-9.30)

To work under the guidance of the Community Engagement Service
manager to plan, co-ordinate and deliver a range of inclusive and
creative social opportunities for disabled people across Cheshire

To provide opportunities for disabled people to mix with their appropriate peer group and to take part in new, dynamic and fun user led activities across Cheshire and the wider community

Key Tasks
• Plan, coordinate and deliver regular activity sessions for disabled young people/adults

• Work in partnership with community providers to deliver new and creative activity sessions and leisure opportunities for disabled young people/adults

• Coordinate regular coproduction and consultation events including a steering group, with disabled young people/adults, parents and volunteers to inform the planning of service delivery

• Carry out Risk Assessments and personal support plans for all activities, venues and individual disabled young people/adults where appropriate

• Complete home visits for disabled young people/adults who register to access the Community Engagement service

• Promote the service to disabled young people/adults and their families and ensure all literature relating to service delivery is accessible for disabled young people/adults and their families

• Participate in the induction process for all sessional workers

• Direct and supervise sessional workers in partnership with the Community Engagement Team Manager

• Complete regular 1-1 supervision sessions with sessional workers allocated to activity sessions

• Ensure sessional workers and volunteers are aware of their identified tasks during activity sessions

• Complete briefing and debriefing sessions at every activity session with sessional workers and volunteers.

• Keep accurate and uptodate financial records for subs and donations received

• Work in partnership with the Community Engagement Team Manager and the Volunteer Coordinator to access volunteers to provide support to disabled young people/adults who attend activity sessions

• Provide support and guidance for volunteers to carry out their designated volunteer role within activity sessions

• Maintain timely, effective and accessible records linking to the organisation Case Recording Management system and
maintain outcome mapping for individual disabled young people/adults

• Achieve project milestones as set by the Community Engagement Team Manager

• Provide the Community Engagement Team Manager with regular monitoring data as requested including: progress against objectives and outcomes, areas of concern and/or safeguarding issues and case studies

• Participate in Team around the Family/Common Assessement Framework meetings where appropriate

• Promote inclusion, and positively challenge stereotypes.

• Report any issues or concerns about individual disabled people including any health and safety or safeguarding concerns

• Attend/Complete all mandatory training sessions.

• Adhere to CCIL’s policies and procedures

• Carry out outreach work across the locality.

• Promote the service and CCIL as an organization across Cheshire by attending networking events as directed by the Community Engagement Team Manager

• To carry out any other closely related duties as agreed with the Community Engagement Team Manager

For more information please contact
melanie.hinde@cheshirecil.org
01606 331853

Deadline for Applications – Friday 25th May, 2018

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FINANCE ADMINISTRATOR
OPAL Services
12 hours a week, £10.50 per hour
for a small charity providing services for older people and their carers in rural West Cheshire
Details www.opalservices.org.uk

Flexible home working but with office base available in Malpas
Must be self- sufficient, flexible, computer literate with excellent people skills.
Should have a knowledge of bookkeeping, audit processes and have access to transport.

For application form and accompanying information contact
jane.colville@opalservices.org.uk or if after 29 May contact mary.thompson@opalservices.org.uk

Deadline for applications is midday Friday 8 June 2018

Interviews will be held week beginning 18 June 2018
Rural Community Services (West Cheshire) registered charity 1143753