Are you ready to join a growing dynamic team and change lives for the better?
Location: Based in Peterborough and required to work across sites in North Cambridgeshire and Fenland with occasional travel to Cambridge City and South Cambridgeshire.
Salary: £22k per annum
Responsible For: for leading the delivery of a range of Headway Cambridgeshire’s services across Peterborough, Fenland and North Cambridgeshire. You will provide a range of services designed to aid recovery and rehabilitation and promote independence.
Headway Cambridgeshire is looking for a highly motivated, adaptable professional to join our team providing specialist services to people with a brain injury. We provide excellent training and development opportunities within an energetic and creative organisation.
The ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience of delivering services which promote enablement and personal growth. They will have a facilitative approach to all aspects of work, leading by example and developing both staff and clients to their full potential. A confident communicator with strong leadership skills, they will work collaboratively with all stakeholders to develop services to meet the needs of people with a brain injury. The role will also include key working, leading client reviews, report writing and some personal care.
This role would suit someone with a social care, rehabilitation, health, psychology or occupational therapy background.
This position is subject to an enhanced DBS clearance.
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 11 May 2021.
Interview date: Monday 17 May 2021
Post completed Application Form to:
HR, Headway Cambridgeshire, The Old Maltings, Ditton Walk, Cambridge, CB5 8PY
Email completed Application Form (online version) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details contact: Sharon Buckland, Service & Development Manager, on 01223 576550 or e-mail email@example.com
Applications by our form only, CVs will not be considered.
“ The Hospital Brain Injury Co-ordinator became someone who absolutely understood how I felt, I didn’t need to explain. I could talk about my fears and worries. She was such a great support through the difficult days, but could also celebrate the small step successes, which was important to me. ”