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  • Fife Forum -  Support & Development Worker

    Created: 21/02/2023

    Post: Support & Development Worker

    Hours: 28 hours per week

    Salary: 20,000 per annum

    Fife Forum requires an enthusiastic individual to work with its User Panels and Local Forums. The Panels will be made up of people aged 70 and over who are less able to get out and about without assistance and who use health and social care services. The Forums will be made up of retired people who are more able-bodied.

    Do you have a track record of providing high-quality one-to-one and group work? Are you passionate about working with people? Do you have energy and commitment? Are you up for the challenge of working with people, some of whom may be vulnerable? Do you have an interest in emotional and social care? Do you think you can work with people, their carers/relatives and service providers in individual and group settings? Are you a dynamic and creative team player? If you are then Fife Forum wants to hear from you.

    Application details can be found here. Application forms should be returned to [email protected] or call 01592 643 743.

    The closing date for applications is Monday 06 March 2023.
     




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