Co-ordinator, Monitoring and Carer Funds
18 Months Fixed Term Contract with the possibility of becoming permanent
£16,373 – £19, 647 (£24,232 fte)
25 – 30 hrs per week by agreement to be worked flexibly in response to demands of the role with occasional weekend and evening working
Base: Crawley, Littlehampton or Worthing
Our teams offer support to adults and young adults who are unpaid family and friend Carers. The charity has been accredited as an ‘excellent’ local provider of quality support for Carer wellbeing across the spectrum of information, advice, assessment and support with teams working collaboratively and through partnerships.
Is to co-ordinate, administer and process carer funds focusing on the WSCC Carer Health and Wellbeing Fund, liaising closely with CSWS colleagues and external partners.
You will be responsible for service activity, performance and outcome reporting against contract requirements, working closely with managers and commissioning colleagues.
You will also provide support for all aspects of our monitoring and evaluation framework to progress delivery of rigorous qualitative and quantitative tools, CRM and other systems for recording and reporting.
Monitoring, maintaining, cleansing and analysing qualitative and quantitative data and preparing clear, accurate and creative reports are a key element of the role .
You will be working with the Coordinator of Impact and Information covering Carer services work priorities at peak times and during times of absence.
Key Skills and Experience
You will have strong qualitative and quantitative research, evaluation and analysis skills including instrument design, data management, statistical analysis and presentation of findings
Your experience will include insight in consumer behaviours, market research and psychology
As an analytical thinker you will be able to simplify complex problems, processes or projects into component parts and explore and evaluate systematically.
Working for us
Employing more than 90 staff and 70 volunteers, we make a real difference to the carers we support. In our 2016 staff survey, 100% of staff felt they had a real impact on people’s lives.
You will be assured of a friendly and supportive working environment, flexible and family friendly working practices and sound line management direction. Our staff are supported with regular training opportunities, supervision and access to reflective practice and employee assistance programmes.
We offer 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, pension scheme and free parking at our work locations.
If you’d like to become part of a dedicated team and be rewarded by job satisfaction while making a real difference to your local community, we’d love to hear from you.
Please complete the application form, by clicking on the button below.
You must clearly state how you meet the requirements of the Job Description and Person Specification giving examples where possible. Please also upload a copy of your CV.
This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Application closing date: Midnight Sunday 19 August 2018
Interview date: Thursday 30th August in Crawley