Jobs

As an organisation keen to find and attract the right people we are always happy to receive speculative approaches.

We seek people with a can-do attitude, a passion for working in local communities and commitment to volunteering as a pathway to wellbeing.

LCVS is a vibrant organisation with a strong commitment to supporting volunteering and enabling local community organisations to thrive in South and East Lincolnshire. What we do makes a huge difference to many people’s lives and builds strong confident community organisations. By knowing the local area and local needs, LCVS is best placed to help frontline organisations to:
  • Attract funding
  • Operate good governance
  • Recruit and manage volunteers
  • Influence public service commissioning
  • network with local community groups, statutory bodies, local employers and partners
  • Simply know what’s going on and disseminate knowledge at a local level
If you have a positive approach, good communication and interpersonal skills, a good understanding of volunteering and local community issues and sound knowledge of volunteer management, good governance and related best practice, you’re the kind of person we like to work with.

Speculative emails and CVs can be emailed to LCVS Executive Officer Esta Siggs at: esta.s@lincolnshirecvs.org.uk

Please do not expect a reply as we will only get in touch if we have an imminent vacancy that may suit you.

Please note, an application form will need to be completed should a relevant vacancy arise.

You may like to view: LCVS News / LCVS About Us

Social Prescribing Link Worker – Permanent full time 37 hours per week

 

The employer will provide an allowance for personal pension.

25 days + Bank holidays plus 3 additional leave days to be taken

between Christmas and the New Year.

 

LCVS are looking for a Social Prescribing Link Workers to join their teams. Link Worker will be part of a multi-disciplinary team within the East Lindsey Primary Care Network, with a focus on the north of this PCN.

We are looking for an organised, self-motivated, and confident individual to join our established Social Prescribing teams working with adults who are lonely, isolated or experiencing mental health needs helping them to access the support they need to live independent and healthier lives.  

Applicants must have experience of working with adults and have a background in health and/or social care or experience of supporting people’s wellbeing in a community setting. You must be a good listener, have time for people and be committed to supporting local communities to care for each other. You should have experience of working positively with people facing social and emotional challenges as well as have great interpersonal skills and ability to support people, community groups and local organisations.

You will work alongside multiple GP practices and Mental Health Transformation project sites independently managing a caseload and new referrals, providing personalised support, and connecting patients with community support and services as well as health care providers to improve independent living, health and wellbeing. It is essential that you have an understanding of how to prioritise need, be able to recognise when to refer on to specialist services, being confident in your ability to communicate at different levels with people from all backgrounds and across both the health and social care sectors.  You will need to demonstrate a robust knowledge of confidentiality, data protection, safeguarding and boundaries in all aspects of your work. Car driver essential.

 

For further details and an application pack;

Download from www.lincolnshirecvs.org.uk

Call 01205 510888 (option 1)

 

Applications should be submitted by post to James Meeds at Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service,  Room G8, Boston Borough Council Offices, Municipal Buildings, West Street, Boston, PE21 8QR

or email to jamesmeeds@lincolnshirecvs.org.uk

 

Closing date: 17th March

Interview date: Week beginning 22nd March

 

Lincolnshire Community & Voluntary Service

  • The heart of YOUR community

Registered Charity No: 1069356