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Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action: Volunteering Outreach Coordinator – Warwick District  
Salary:            NJC Scale 5 point 22 currently £20,253 pro rata
Hours:            20 hours per week
Closing date:   Friday, 6th February at 9.00am
Interviews:      w/c 23rd February

If your passion is volunteering then this exciting new opportunity will be perfect for you. The post holder will facilitate the promotion and development of volunteering within Warwick District through outreach work. Excellent communication skills are essential to effectively support volunteer involving organisations and individuals wishing to volunteer, particularly those with support needs. A focus of the role will be to enable volunteers to move into paid employment. This is a varied and interesting role for someone who would like to be part of a friendly and committed team.

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New Ideas Advocacy – Sessional Workers  

Salary:                Hourly rate £12 (exclusive of travel expenses) -
                            Anyone appointed will work on a self-employed
                            basis and be responsible for the payment of
                            appropriate tax and NI.

Hours:                 Vary to suit needs of project


The role:
To enable adults and young people with learning disabilities and/or autism in Warwickshire to participate in workshops covering a range of life skills to empower them to take more control over their own lives and lead more socially included lives.

The current courses focus on: financial capability and basic money management; personal safety and life resilience. We are working with people with learning disabilities and/or autism to develop further courses in response to identified needs, and are looking for a pool of creative sessional workers. Successful candidates need not have experience in both learning disabilities and autism as the courses will be either specific for people with learning disability or for those with autism but without a learning disability (Asperger’s Syndrome), however, we particularly welcome candidates with experience in both areas.

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Word icon New Ideas Advocacy: Sessional Workers - Application Pack.doc (601.5KB)  

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