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SOAR is an award-winning regeneration charity in North Sheffield which provides a number of services for the community including health, buildings management, training and support into employment.

Our success is a result of our talented staff. Whatever your role, no day is ever the same.

Family Welfare Coach

Part time 30 hours per week

Salary: £20,471 – £22,665 per annum pro rata (dependant on experience & qualifications)

Permanent (subject to funding)

* Pay award pending rise in National Living Wage (Foundation) – 15th November 2021 announcement

KEY TERMS & CONDITIONS:

30 hours per week, 25 days holiday & bank holidays pro rata, 1-day birthday leave & 8% non-contributory pension

  • SOAR is a living wage employer and seeks to uprate salaries by the annual increase in the living wage.

  • Cycle to Work scheme – Buy a bike tax free and cycle to work.

  • Westfield Foresight Health Plan – Annual benefits and services such as routine dental work and check-ups, etc.

  • Direct Clinical supervision provided.

 

The Welfare Coach forms a key part of SOAR’s Social Prescribing Service. Working intensively with families who have a range of complex needs, the role will:

  • Provide tailored emotional & practical support to help individuals experiencing financial and social hardship, achieve a ‘simpler life’.

  • Co-ordinate, simplify and broker access to a range of health and social interventions based on the needs and wishes of the individual, including liaising with a range of agencies (schools, housing, MAST)

  • Empower the individual to express their views, wishes and concerns.

  • Co-produce a personalised support plan that encourages the empowerment of an individual to take control of their own health and wellbeing (‘what matters to me’).

  • Connect individuals to local and city-wide services.

  • Develop close working partnerships with health, social care, housing and voluntary, community or faith (VCF) organisations.

Closing date for applications is: Thursday 28th October 2021 (12.00 noon)

Interviews will be held: Week commencing Monday 1st November 2021 (tbc)​ 

If you would like to speak to someone about this post, please contact Julie Bramall (Senior Welfare Coach) on 07825 255 343.

Please find the job description here.

For the application pack, please fill out the form below to receive an email.

Social Prescribing Link Worker

Full time 37 hours per week

Salary: £20,471 – £22,665 per annum pro rata (dependant on experience & qualifications)

Permanent (subject to funding)

* Pay award pending rise in National Living Wage (Foundation) – 15th November 2021 announcement

KEY TERMS & CONDITIONS:

37 hours per week, 25 days holiday & bank holidays pro rata, 1-day birthday leave & 8% non-contributory pension

  • SOAR is a living wage employer and seeks to uprate salaries by the annual increase in the living wage.

  • Cycle to Work scheme – Buy a bike tax free and cycle to work.

  • Westfield Foresight Health Plan – Annual benefits and services such as routine dental work and check-ups, etc.

  • Direct Clinical supervision provided.

 

The Social Prescribing Link Worker forms a key part of SOARs Social Prescribing Service, working in partnership with SAPA5 Primary Care Network (PCN). With a focus on signposting, referring and providing bridging support to clients, the role will:

 

  • Act as a single point of access for referrals from PCN members and partner organisations into the Social Prescribing System.

  • Undertake an initial client ‘triage and assessment’ and co-produce a personalised support plan that encourages empowerment of an individual to take control of their own health and wellbeing (‘what matters to me’).

  • Bring in support that enables an individual to access services that aren’t in place or complex to navigate, ensuring follow up referrals take place.

  • Develop a comprehensive knowledge of wider support services for individuals with varying support needs, developing and implementing referral pathways where appropriate.

  • Work in partnership with clinical and non-clinical staff that form part of the PCNs multi-disciplinary team.

Closing date for applications is: Thursday 28th October 2021 (12.00 noon)

Interviews will be held: Week commencing Monday 1st November 2021 (tbc)​ 

If you would like to speak to someone about this post, please contact Joanne Hayles (Senior SP Link Worker) on 07495 839 891

Please find the job description here.

For the application pack, please fill out the form below to receive an email.

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