We are seeking an ambitious, talented and highly effective Program Manager with an understanding of the formal and informal (youth work) education sector for a highly diverse program management role.
The Director of Communications will lead our international Communications Co-ordination team, working alongside colleagues in the US and UK and collectively taking responsibility for creating, implementing and measuring the success of Concern’s internal and external communications strategies.
This role will support a Polish-speaking individual in all aspects of his daily life including social support such as creating links with the local Polish community, increasing social inclusion and support to acquire and improve existing independent living skills
Reporting to the Director of Policy and Communications, the Project Officer, this role requires a confident professional who works well under pressure. Other qualifications and attributes include:
Effectively manage services delivered to clients in their own homes. To lead a team who support clients in all aspects of their daily lives and activities as per their individual needs and care plans to enable them to live a life of their own choosing.
The main purpose of this role is to support service users in all aspects of their daily lives and activities as per their individual needs and care plans to enable them to live a life of their own choosing.
Operating out of a social model of disability, you will have responsibility for the assessment, planning, delivery and evaluation of the care required to meet the physical, psychological and social needs of persons with physical and neurological disabilities receiving Cheshire services.