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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 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!

 

Job Title & Salary: Groups and Events Coordinator -£24,500 FTE (actual £18,293)

Location & Hours: Home based but covering the Lancashire area. 28 hours per week.

 

We are looking for someone to lead on the organisation and facilitation of peer advocacy and self-advocacy support groups and events across the service. You will be expected to lead the development of high quality, innovative and diverse methods of peer support, group and involvement work.  We are looking for someone who is committed to helping people have a voice and making services better for people with mental health needs and autism.

 

You will be working with peer advocates to help groups to become self-led and self managed.

 

We actively encourage applications form people with lived experience of mental health needs or autism.

 

Closing Date: 19th April at 12.00 midday

 

To apply, please download the welcome pack and job description to check this is the right job for you. If so, you will then need to download and complete an application form and return it to recruitment@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk before the closing date. Please ensure you complete the form and your personal statement in full. We are unable to accept late or incomplete applications.

 

Recruitment Pack (PDF)

Cloverleaf Application Form (Doc)

Job Description (PDF)

Job Title & Salary: Engagement Worker - £22,000 FTE (actual £11,000 per year)

Location & Hours: Home-based, covering the Lancashire area. 18.75 hours per week.

 

We are looking for someone with experience of positive engagement with local communities, and who is committed to helping people have a voice. You will have a passion for helping to make services better for people with autism and/or mental health needs.

 

The role will involve making links with under-represented groups and communities across Lancashire to promote engagement and involvement in the new Peer and Group Advocacy Service.

 

We actively encourage applications from people with lived experience of mental health needs or autism.

 

Closing Date: 19th April at 12.00pm

 

To apply, please download the welcome pack and job description to check this is the right job for you. If so, you will then need to download and complete an application form and return it to recruitment@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk before the closing date. Please ensure you complete the form and your personal statement in full. We are unable to accept late or incomplete applications.

 

Recruitment Pack (PDF)

Cloverleaf Application Form (Doc)

Job Description (PDF)

Job Title & Salary: Peer Advocate -Mental Health £20,352 (Full Time Equivalent)

Location & Hours: Home-based, but covering the Lancashire area. 16 hours per week. 2 posts available

 

We have an exciting opportunity for 2 highly motivated Peer Advocates for people who have mental health needs for a brand-new service in the Lancashire area.

 

The service will develop and support self-advocacy groups for people with mental health needs and/or autistic people. We are looking for someone with lived experience of mental health needs who is able to help other people speak up for themselves. This might be on a one-to-one or group basis. We are looking for someone who is committed to helping people have a voice and making local services better for people with mental health needs.

 

Closing Date: 19th April at 12pm

 

To apply, please download the welcome pack and job description to check this is the right job for you. If so, you will then need to download and complete an application form and return it to recruitment@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk before the closing date. Please ensure you complete the form and your personal statement in full. We are unable to accept late or incomplete application.

 

Cloverleaf Application Form (Doc)

Job Description (PDF)

Recruitment Pack (PDF)

Job Title & Salary: Service Manager - Group and Peer Advocacy Service (Lancashire) £27,500-28,000

Location & Hours: Home-based, covering Lancashire County Council area. 37.5 hours per week

 

We have an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated and experienced Service Manager to head up a brand-new service in the Lancashire area

The service will develop and support self-advocacy groups for people with mental health needs and/or autistic people. We are looking for someone who is able to lead the service in a manner that embodies the values and culture of our organisation. The successful person will have experience of managing teams, a passion for delivering outstanding services, and experience of working with people with mental health needs and/or autistic people.

 

Closing Date Mon 19th April at 12pm

 

To apply, please download the welcome pack and job description to check this is the right job for you. If so, you will then need to download and complete an application form and return it to recruitment@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk before the closing date. Please ensure you complete the form and your personal statement in full. We are unable to accept late or incomplete applications.

 

Job Description and Personal Specification (PDF)

Recruitment Pack (PDF)

Cloverleaf Application Form (Doc)

 

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)

Job Title & Salary: Peer Advocate -Autism £20,352 Full Time Equivalent

Location & Hours: Home-based, but covering the Lancashire area. We have 2 posts at 16 hours each per week.

 

We have an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated Peer Advocate for people with autism for a brand-new service in the Lancashire area

The service will develop and support self-advocacy groups for people with mental health needs and/or autistic people. We are looking for someone with lived experience of autism who is able to help other people speak up for themselves. This might be on a one-to-one or group basis. We are looking for someone who is committed to helping people have a voice, and making local services better for people with autism.

 

Closing Date: 19 April 2021 at 12pm

 

To apply, please download the recruitment pack and job description to check this is the right job for you. If so, you will then need to download and complete an application form and return it to recruitment@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk before the closing date. Please ensure you complete the form and your personal statement in full. We are unable to accept late or incomplete applications.

 

Recruitment Pack (PDF)

Cloverleaf Application Form (Doc)

Job Description (PDF)

Job Title and Salary: Relevant Persons Representative - £19, 190.
Location and Hours: Home based covering the East Riding of Yorkshire. 22.5 hours per week. Fixed term 9 months.

 

This is  fixed term 9 month contract to Provide an RPR service as described in the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) its Regulations and Code of Practice. The key functions of the RPR role are to support individuals to speak for themselves or to provide repesentation when this isn't possible ,  to provide support to people to access and understand informatiom in order to make decisions, and provide advocacy as defined in the legal framewors of the MCA and Care Act.

 

You will be working with people with learning disabilities, mental health needs, physical and sensory impairment, dementia, carers, older people and those who lack capacity to make certain decisions. 

 

Closing Date: 4th May 12 noon (may close early once sufficient applications are received.)

 

To apply please download the welcome pack and job description to check if this is the right job for you. If so you will need to download and complete an application form and return it to recruitment@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk before the closing date. We are unable to accept late or incomplete applications

 

Recruitment Pack (PDF)

Cloverleaf Application Form (doc)

Job Description (PDF)

 

 

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