The closing date for applications is Thursday 21st October 2021. Interviews will be held on Thursday 4 November 2021.
Applications from people with a disability are encouraged. Enhanced Disclosure will be required for the successful applicant.
Delivered by Knowsley Disability Concern, Someone to Talk To is a free confidential service for Knowsley residents offering emotional support, a sympathetic ear and practical advice. The service aims to tackle the challenges of isolation, depression, anxiety and stress by providing a safe space for people to talk and share their problems. On-going support is delivered through regular wellbeing calls and referrals made to specialist local agencies for help to resolve other issues as they arise.
The successful applicant will be a good listener, approachable, empathetic and able to communicate with a wide range of age groups. A willingness to work flexibly with minimal supervision is essential. The post is home-based following an initial period of induction and training.
This is an exciting opportunity to make a real difference to the people in the local community.
Read the full job description and person specification below. To apply complete the application form in full and sign and return the Consent to process your data form to email stated on the application form.