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We're really pleased you're looking to work with Cloverleaf. Why work with us?

 

We have an incredible passion and energy in ensuring the voices, choices and rights of people are heard and understood. Why work for us? We encourage and support colleagues to have a high degree of autonomy and freedom in their roles and teams; to try new things, learn from mistakes and make decisions. You'll be provided with person-centred supervision and support to help you.  In addition, we offer:

 

•             Minimum 28 days holiday plus bank holidays (FTE)

•             An extra day off for your birthday

•             Employee Assistance Programme - offering a free and confidential helpline

•             A Mental Health Day - a paid day away from work to focus on your own wellbeing

•             Access to an employee benefits platform

•             Family and carer friendly policies including flexible working

•             Access to a healthcare scheme

•             Workplace pension

 

... and a great team to work alongside!

 

Cloverleaf Advocacy is a highly successful charity providing independent advocacy to vulnerable people across the North of England. We support in excess of 10,000 people per year across 14 local authority areas to have their voices heard about the things that matter to them.

 

The trustees have the ultimate responsibility for running a charity and this can be very rewarding, providing opportunities for personal development. As you bring your skills and knowledge to running the charity, you will have the opportunity to gain new experiences. 

 

As a Trustee the commitment and energy you display will make a direct difference to the charity and everyone it helps.

 

We are particularly seeking applications from people with experience in the following areas:

 

  • Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Fundraising
  • Business Development
  • IT

If you have the passion and drive to become a Trustee for Cloverleaf, and want to help make a difference to thousands of people each year, then we want to hear from you!

 

To apply, please take a look at the role description and person specification and send a short personal statement outlining why you would be suitable to: suzi.henderson@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk

 

Trustee Role Description (PDF)

Care Act, IMHA & Generic Advocate - Tameside
24 hours a week 
Salary (FTE): £22,150 to £23,500

 

The role is to deliver Care Act, IMHA and Generic Advocacy to people in the Tameside area. You should preferably live within or near the Tameside area. Travel expenses will only be paid within the contract working area.

Advocacy is "Taking action to help people say what they want, secure their rights, represent their interests and obtain services they need' (NDTi).

Please be aware that as this role may involve going into care homes, in line with Government regulation a condition of employment will be that the post holder is fully vaccinated against COVID-19

Closing date for applications: ongoing

Interview date: to be confirmed via video conferencing (Zoom)

 

Recruitment Pack (pdf)

Cloverleaf-application Form (doc)

Job description (pdf)

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (doc)

Carers Count Carer Support Worker - Kirklees
Salary:
£18,720 FTE
Hours: 28 per week

The purpose of this role is to provide carer support for unpaid carers in Kirklees and the people they care for. Carers Count Mental Health Service is a commissioned service offering carer support in North and South Kirklees. We are commissioned by Kirklees Council and the local NHS Clinical Commissioning Group. You should preferably live within or near the Kirklees area. Travel expenses will only be paid within the contract working area. This role will include working with of people of all ages. You will be working with people with learning disabilities, autistic people, people with mental health needs, people with physical and sensory impairment, people with an acquired brain injury and those with dementia.  You will also be working with unpaid carers.
The post holder will be supported day to day by the operational guidance and leadership of the Service Managers.


Closing date for applications: 12th May 2022 at 12 noon
Interview date: 23rd May 2022
Interviews take place via video conferencing (Zoom)

To apply for this post please complete the application form below or submit your CV with a personal statement explaining your suitability for this role. Please note we cannot accept a CV without a personal statement. Please email applications/ CV’s to HR@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk

 

Cloverleaf-application Form (doc)

Job description (pdf)

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (doc)

Project Worker - Huddersfield
Salary:
£21,450 FTE
Hours: 16 per week

This is an exciting and varied role within Calderdale. As part of the Health Inequalities project you will be facilitating conversations with people from minoritised ethnic communities who live with severe mental illness. You will help them to feel empowered, have a better understanding of Annual Health Checks and have higher expectations about their own health and wellbeing. The focus will be on engaging with people who have severe mental illness, looking at the barriers they experience in accessing their physical health checks and making recommendations for improvement. If you believe that services should be led and developed by the people that draw on them, and are passionate about helping people to have a stronger voice in local decision making, this could be the role for you!
The post holder will be supported day to day by the operational guidance and leadership of the Service Managers.


Closing date for applications: 3rd June 2022 at 12 noon
Interview date: 16th June 2022
Interviews take place via video conferencing (Zoom)

To apply for this post please complete the application form below or submit your CV with a personal statement explaining your suitability for this role. Please note we cannot accept a CV without a personal statement. Please email applications/ CV’s to HR@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk

 

Cloverleaf-application Form (doc)

Job description (pdf)

Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (doc)

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To help you with your preparation, please read our guidance notes before submitting your application.

 

Guidance notes