Third Sector Co-ordinator – 22nd March
Role: Third Sector Co-ordinator
Hours: 16 hours per week
Salary: £ 20,661 pro rata
Apply: Please contact Karen Peters at Flintshire Local Voluntary Council for an information pack email@example.com Tel 01352 744015
Office base within Flintshire’s Early Help Hub within Flintshire Connects Offices, Chapel Street, Flint
Post funded until end of March 2019
Flintshire Local Voluntary Council, on behalf of the new Multi-Agency Family Early Help Hub programme has a vacancy for a Third Sector Co-ordinator.
The Third Sector Coordinator will play a key role in contributing to the team’s expertise about the Third Sector, raising awareness of and signposting to other services. This post is a key element of Flintshire’s response to the duty under the Social Services Wellbeing (Wales) Act 2014 to provide multi-agency approach to delivery of Public Services.
A Third Sector Co-ordinator is required for 16 hours per week to:
- – work with Professionals from Children’s Social Services, Flintshire’s Team around the Family Project, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, North Wales Police and other colleagues to handle enquiries from the public and Service Providers
- provide information to colleagues and to the public on Third Sector Support services available to Flintshire residents
- support information-sharing, signposting and referral to Third Sector Support Services
- help to promote and develop the EH Hub’s service and the role of the Third Sector in providing support
The post holder should have
- Excellent IT and interpersonal skills
- Experience of working within the Third Sector and with vulnerable families
- Confidence in working in a multi-agency environment
- Confidence and experience in dealing with people at all levels
This post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance.
Please contact Karen Peters at Flintshire Local Voluntary Council for an information pack firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 01352 744015
Closing date for applications: Thursday 22nd March 2018
Interview date: Tuesday 27th March 2018
Funded by Families First