The Health Case Work Manager will work with people to identify positive wellbeing changes they might want to make
in their lives and work closely with external agencies to coordinate a support plan to achieve their desired
This role will appeal to people who want to see public services become better at being flexible and personal
in the way they support people experiencing inequality, poverty and disadvantage.
The methods and tools which you will be using have been developed and tested by Community Renewal
over twenty years and are based on asset-based community development principles such as listening,
sticking with people for as long as it takes and empowering the community.
Candidates appropriate for this role will have evidenced expertise in:
• Counselling or coaching in a health improvement or primary care context
• Mental health or addictions support
Person specification • Understanding of issues in facing people in deprived communities • Understanding pressures, issues and opportunities in how third sector and public sector services are delivered in deprived communities. • Ability to professionally represent the organisation at meetings and events. • Demonstrate a strong commitment to values and vision of social justice, equality of opportunity and challenging discrimination. • Actively listen, seek information, and ask questions to ensure the understanding of the concerns of others. • Have influencing skills to persuade others towards ideas and approaches. • Communicate effectively through written and oral presentations. • Adept at establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with key stakeholders and to facilitate the accomplishment of work goals. • Adept at establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with the people in the local community. • Be able to value diversity and promote equality of opportunities for staff and volunteers. • Having personal commitment to organisational excellence; displaying honesty, integrity, and a strong sense of ethics in all decision and actions. • Have an understanding of and commitment to operating as an equal opportunities employer. • Ability to organise information via a database.
For an application form please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0191 263 2752 For more information please contact Anthony Woods-Waters. Chief Executive. Building Futures East. email@example.com We will consider secondments from suitable applicants subject to agreement by their employer Previous applicants need not re-apply Deadline 11.59pm 22nd May 2022. Interviews w/c 30th May 2022