Wellbeing for Life Practitioner
Pioneering Care Partnership
The Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) is an award-winning North East charity whose mission is ‘Health, Well-being and Learning for All’.
We are currently seeking a motivated and focused self-starter to join our successful team:
Job Title: Wellbeing for Life Practitioner
Location: East Area
Band/Salary: Band 3, £17,957 per annum, pro rata, rising to
Band 4 £18,824 per annum pro rata, once qualified and competent
Hours: 20 hours per week. (Given the nature of the role it is expected that the post-holder will work flexibly. This may include working extended hours, evenings and weekends).
Contract Type: Fixed Term until 31 March 2020
Wellbeing Practitioners will work with individuals and vulnerable groups aged 16 years and above to encourage participation and manage a caseload of clients to support them through behaviour and lifestyle changes and to assist them to achieve their goals.
The Wellbeing Practitioner will work in a range of settings in geographical patch/location to support the development and delivery of focused outreach work and signpost/referral pathways.
To encourage and facilitate clients in developing a personal health plan.
To source a holistic package of support to assist the development of each individual.
To asset map the local areas and signpost clients to relevant services.
Key skills required:
You should have an understanding of the factors affecting health and wellbeing and working with people to make positive changes.
Ideally, you need to have a relevant vocational health qualification to Level 3, excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be a team player.
If you would like to know more about this exciting opportunity and would like an application pack, please contact the HR Department on:
Telephone: (01325) 313133
Or download it from our Website:
Please note that the Pioneering Care Partnership does not accept CVs as part of the application process.
Closing Date for applications: Midnight 17th December 2018
We are an equal and diverse employer and particularly welcome applicants from groups who are currently underrepresented at PCP, such as males, people with sensory impairments and carers.