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Service Co-ordinator

  • Part time
  • £20,036 – £24,470 pro-rata
  • Kirkintilloch (On site)
  • Closing 27th May 2024


  • Advertised from 9th May 2024
  • 25 hours over 3.5 days.
  • 25 days annual leave and 12 public holidays (pro-rata). Workplace Pension Scheme, Additional benefits including an employee assistance programme (Independent advice, information and support online). Ongoing investment into staff training and development.

Role

Deafblind Scotland is the specialist charity working with adults who are living with dual sensory impairment. Our ambitions are high for members, and we are therefore at the cutting edge of finding ways to support people to lead their most meaningful life. Deafblindness can be a devastating condition that can make daily life extremely challenging and as a result, many dual sensory impaired people become isolated. Our services can make a vital difference to their lives; enabling people to regain confidence, develop vital communication skills and re-establish social connections.

We are seeking to recruit an energetic and efficient individual who will work within a team co-ordinating a Scotland-wide service for deafblind people. The Service Co-ordinator is responsible for maintaining quality standards which meets the needs of deafblind people, funders and stakeholders.

This is a key role within Deafblind Scotland’s Guide/communicator Service, meeting the needs of deafblind people and in line with requirements of funders and registered bodies.

As Service Co-ordinator you will work with service users, external partners and linked providers to provide efficient co-ordination of services procured and administering support services for deafblind people which ensures positive outcomes for service users. The Service Co-ordinator will work with the service and guide/communicator team to ensure a high-quality Guide/communicator service is delivered. The post offers opportunities for innovation working closely with the Services Manager and Head of Operations.

Application notes

Closing Date: 9am on Monday 27th May 2024

Interviews will take place during the week beginning 3rd June 2024

For an application pack, please contact HR@dbscotland.org.uk. For further information regarding the role please contact Elaine Henson, Head of Operations, operations@dbscotland.org.uk


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