Apply to Be Brigstowe’s New Advice & Support Worker – Part Time Paid Opportunity

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Brigstowe have are hiring for a new Admin & Support Worker. It’s an exciting opportunity for someone who is passionate about delivering person centered care, has an understanding of the welfar benefit system and housing support, and wants to have an impact and make a difference to people living with HIV.

Brigstowe’s Advice and Support Team work with people living with or affected by HIV. It is a dynamic and varied role, which holds clients at the heart of service delivery. Their clients come from diverse cultural backgrounds, which include many minority groups. Brigstowe pride themselves on offering services, which are person centered and they continually endeavor to understand and reflect the needs of all communities affected by HIV.

The Advice and Support Team consists of 3 part time workers and the role will require applicants to be able to  work well under pressure, be self-motivated, work off their own initiative but also be a great team player and deliver a service which is responsive, flexible and inclusive. It is a heavily advice based role, so a solid understanding of the welfare benefit system and housing related support is essential. Brigstowe provide a client centered, trauma informed approach to maintaining and sustaining relationships, whilst offering effective liaison and advocacy skills to support clients to understand and access their rights and entitlements. They work with clients to assist them to be more independent and to achieve their goals.

Salary: £25,481 to £27,741 (NJC payscale 19 – 23) 
Hours: Part-Time 30 hours. 
Closing Date:
 Thursday 29th April 2021 11:59pm
Interview Date: Friday 7th May 2021 via Zoom

You will join a collaborative, supportive, motivated and dynamic team.

You will receive

Generous annual leave entitlement 

6% contribution to your pension 

Ongoing training and development opportunities 

Regular one-to-one supervision. 

Brigstowe is committed to reducing inequality, valuing diversity and enabling inclusion. We welcome applications from people with the appropriate skills from all parts of the community 

If you would like more information on this role, please get in touch. 

Please submit your CV, with a covering letter outlining your reasons for applying and how your skills and experience fit the person specification.   All applications will be scored using the person specification and therefore applicants who submit a relevant covering letter are more likely to be offered an interview.  

In addition, please complete the Required Information Form and Equal Opportunities Form.  Please send your CV, covering letter and the other forms to .   

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