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Full advert attached, precis below – further details can be found here: https://wecil.co.uk/about-wecil/work-for-wecil/
Vacancy: Befriending Project Worker
Contract: Fixed term until June 2023
Location: Flexible – Bristol/ home based
22.5 hours a week (3 days)
Salary: £21,711 per annum (£13,026 pro rata)
Everyone wants to make a difference, right? But how many of us can actually say that our work has a positive impact on the lives of other people, day in, day out.
WECIL is a disabled peoples-led charity that provides support to the disabled community living across Bristol and surrounding areas. Our purpose is to enable our community to feel connected and access the support they need.
This post holder will engage, train and support volunteers and match them appropriately with disabled people looking for a befriending relationship to tackle feelings of loneliness and isolation.
Quality & Systems Team Leader
Telephone: 0117 947 9911 (option 2)
Please note: I do not work on Wednesday’s
If you have a safeguarding concern, contact safeguarding
For referrals to Navigator Service: https://wecil.co.uk/navigator/
For referrals to Business Consultancy: https://wecil.co.uk/business-services-2021/
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WECIL Ltd, The Vassall Centre, Gill Avenue, Fishponds, Bristol, BS16 2QQ
Registered Number 3030167 – Registered Charity No 1053515
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