Location UK / Dungannon Area
Job Type Fixed term contract, Permanent, TemporaryContract, Trainee
Salary See description
Updated 1 week ago
Excellent opportunity for Health And Wellbeing Caseworker based in Dungannon.
Health And Wellbeing Caseworker
Relatives for Justice are recruiting a health and wellbeing caseworker to our Dungannon offices.
This post has been developed as part of the PEACE IV Programme which provides investment for cross-border health and wellbeing services by increasing the quality of care in the sector for victims and survivors and their families, and collecting information on victims’ and survivors’ needs.
The Health & Wellbeing Caseworker will work directly with individual victims and survivors and their families in a pro-active and innovative way to facilitate engagement with services and activities within the statutory, community and voluntary sector in keeping with their needs.
The Caseworkers will be based in our Dungannon office.
Job Title: Health & Wellbeing Caseworker
Reports to: Deputy Director
Salary: £25,871 – £27,271
Term: Funding for this post will end on 31st March 2021
Location: RFJ Mid-Ulster Office in 44 Irish Street, Dungannon
Purpose of the Role
The Health & Wellbeing Caseworker will work directly with individual Victims and Survivors and their families in a pro-active and innovative way to facilitate targeted engagement with services and activities within the statutory, community and voluntary sector in keeping with their needs.
By the closing date for applications, candidates must have:
1. Possess a University Degree or Professional Qualification or equivalent Third Level qualification in a relevant area
2. Possess 2 A Level passes AND have 2 year’s paid experience equivalent to 16 hours per week in a community/ voluntary/ statutory environment working with individuals bereaved and/or injured by conflict.
3. 4 years voluntary/ paid experience equivalent to 16 hours per week in a community/ voluntary/ statutory environment working with individuals bereaved and/or injured by conflict
4. Demonstrate an interest in and awareness of the issues facing individuals who have been affected physically or psychologically by the conflict.
5. Demonstrate an ability to successfully participate in further training relating to this area of work.
6. Demonstrate experience of liaising with clients, building relationships and of being using a creative and innovative approach to problem –solving.
7. Demonstrate experience of liaising between clients and a broad range of service providers.
8. Demonstrate a commitment to the ethos and core values of Relatives for Justice.
9. Hold a full license with access to a car. This criteria will be waived in the case of an applicant whose disability prohibits driving but who is able to make alternative arrangements.
Deadline: 4pm 30th November 2018
To make application please click the Contact Employer button
Only returned typed application forms will be accepted.
Emailed application forms or CVs will not be accepted.