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35 hours per week
Fixed Term Contracts for 9 months and 3 Months
Local Government Scale SO1 £28,845-£31,323pa plus 6% contributory pension.

Personalisation Service In Camden (PSIC) is a subsidiary of Age UK Camden. It is a new venture, having been set up following the collapse of the previous provider of Direct Payments support to under 65's in Camden.

You will promote the direct payments service, and assist in providing support to parents of Disabled Children who wish to receive or are receiving direct payments from the London Borough of Camden.

You will also provide support to disabled people, including those with learning difficulties, under 65 years of age, and mental health service users.

The post will also require you to assist with payroll for 8 staff and the personal assistants employed by clients as well as undertaking client support work.

The essential requirements: understanding of and commitment to the social model of disability, knowledge of issues/needs relating to the families of disabled children and disabled adults including those with learning difficulties and mental health service users, experience of giving information and advice to individuals and groups, excellent case management and communication skills, good initiative, ability to use Microsoft Word and Excel.

PSIC offers a contributory pension, membership of a health cash plan and a season ticket or bicycle loan facility. The post is based at Phoenix Road, London, NW1 with easy access via Euston and Kings Cross main lines or Euston Square tube.

If you are interested in the above vacancy please see the application pack including the full job description and person specification at the following link to our website www.ageukcamden.org.uk or email jobs@ageukcamden.org.uk.

The closing date for receipt of completed application forms is 9am on Monday 17 August and interviews will be held on Monday, 24th August 2015.

No agencies.

PSIC is a subsidiary of Age UK Camden and both are committed to being equal opportunities employers.

 

For more information: Call Age UK Advice: 0800 169 2081