Job Vacancy: Advocacy worker

SOAR Community: Advocacy Worker

Part time (18.5 hours) flexible hours

Salary: £19,621 pro rata 8% pension contribution

25 days annual leave entitlement pro-rata & Bank holidays

Permanent subject to funding

To engage and support people living in North Sheffield and empower them to voice their needs by working in partnership with Statutory, Non-statutory and Voluntary organisations.

Main Focus:

Provide independent short term advocacy service

Facilitate access to medical and non-medical services

Act as a central information hub.

For more information or to request an application pack please contact Jess McCormack on (0114) 213 4120 or

If you would like to speak to someone about this post, please contact Julie Bramall (Snr Advocacy Worker) on 0114 213 4065

Closing date for applications is: Monday 5th September 2016 (Midday 12.00)

Interview will be held: Week commencing 12th September 2016

SOAR is an award winning regeneration charity in North Sheffield which provides a number of services for the community including health, buildings management, training and support into employment.

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