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Project Officer (CarePlus)

Contract: Permanent
Closing date: Flexible  
Interview date: TBC

We are looking for a dedicated and flexible individual to run our Care Plus Project in the Lincolnshire area that provides a range of services to adults, children and families that have a sensory loss and associated disabilities to improve the quality of life of service users.

As part of the role you will manage a team of care support workers to ensure the smooth day to day running of Care Plus service in Lincolnshire as well as:  

  • Providing advice and guidance to support workers on completion of tasks identified by service users support plans and with their on-going development and maintenance of independent living within the immediate (and where appropriate) wider community
  • Ensuring service user’s case notes are read, regularly reviewed, case notes are accurately updated, and files are up to date within the time scale specified and using the required processes that are in place.
  • Carry out regular supervisions with support workers

To be successful for this post you will have:

  • Experience in working with individuals who have sensory loss and other disabilities.
  • The ability to identify changing needs and report accordingly
  • Excellent interpersonal and team management skills
  • Flexibility to work
  • BSL Level 2

What we offer:

  • An inclusive and diverse workplace
  • We are committed to Wellbeing
  • Hybrid working
  • Generous annual leave entitlements, and Flexible TOIL scheme
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Health Cash Plan,
  • Occupational Sick Pay scheme
  • Mentorship scheme
  • We invest generously in training and development programmes, providing sponsorship to pursue formal professional qualifications and the opportunity to learn and develop sign language skills.

Apply now

To apply for this role, you can email your CV to us with a supporting statement, apply online or complete our application form and email this to us. If you are Deaf, we welcome applications in BSL. Find out more here.