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Pathways CIC (various roles)

Job Title: Care Co-ordinator​
Salary: £19,000 – £23,000
Hours: Full Time 37.5 hours
Based: Cheshire East, Vale Royal, Winsford and Northwich and will also be required to provide cover as required across the PCN.
Closing date 22 January 2021.

Pathways is looking to recruit innovative and enthusiastic Care Coordinators to join our growing team who are supporting Primary Care Networks (PCN), to work in patient-facing roles . The successful candidates will work within Medical Centre’s across Cheshire East, Vale Royal, Winsford and Northwich and will also be required to provide cover as required across the PCN.

Care Co-ordinator’s provide extra time and expertise to support patients and carer’s in preparing for, or in follow up, clinical conversations they have with primary, secondary care professionals. They will work closely with the clinicians and other primary care professionals within the PCN and be part of the PCN led multi-disciplinary team. Leadership will be provided by Pathways Community Interest Company and the PCN Clinical Director.

working with people and their families, caring support: 2 years (Required)
health and social care: 2 years (Required)
working with HCP’s : 2 years (Required)

Job Title: Social Prescribing Link Worker
​Salary: £19,000 – £23,000
Hours: Part time 26 Hours per week (3.5 days)
Based: Coverage across Chelford, Handforth, Alderley Edge, Wilmslow

Social prescribing empowers people to take control of their health and wellbeing through referral to Link Worker who gives time, focuses on ‘what matters to the patient’ and takes a holistic approach to an individual’s health and wellbeing, connecting people to community groups and statutory services for practical and emotional support.

The Social Prescribing Link Worker and will be embedded within CHAW (Chelford, Handforth, Alderley Edge, Wilmslow) Primary Care Network multi-disciplinary teams to provide personalised support to individuals, their families and carers to take control of their wellbeing, live independently and improve their health outcomes.

The Social Prescribing Link worker will

  • develop trusting relationships by giving people time and focusing on ‘what matters to them’
  • take a holistic approach, based on the person’s priorities, and the wider determinants of health
  • co-produce a personalised care and support plan to improve health and wellbeing
  • introduce or reconnect people to community groups and services, both over the phone and in person
  • evaluate the individual impact of a person’s wellness progress
  • record referrals within GP clinical systems using the national SNOMED social prescribing codes and complete case management notes on Pathways systems
  • support the delivery of the comprehensive model of personalised care
  • draw on and increase the strengths and capacities of local communities, enabling local VCSE organisations and community groups to receive social prescribing referrals.
  • Critically analyse referral trends on a regular basis, along with referrer and patient behaviours, generating development plans to guide future referral activity
  • Support small grass roots organisations to develop capacity and sustainability
  • Be able to engage groups statutory agencies find difficult to engage with.
  • Drawing together reports using word, excel and google suite for the PCN on how through social prescribing the service has reduced avoidable patient demand in GP practices and/or reduced A&E attendance and hospital admissions

For job descriptions and more details go to

Please include your CV together with a statement to support your application highlighting how your skills, experience and passion are aligned with this role.

If you require any further information about the role, please contact Janette Harradine – Alternative Solutions Operations Manager

Welcome Network Project Development Coordinator
Healthbox CIC
30 hours per week (to be worked over 4 or 5 days)
£25,000 per annum (Pro Rata)
Contract until May 2022
Closing date 12 noon on Monday 25th January 2021

The Welcome Network Project Development Coordinator will coordinate the day to day running of a project which holistically provides support for people experiencing food poverty, whilst seeking lasting change so that no one needs to rely on food aid.

The role includes developing holiday provision which addresses the issue of ‘Holiday Hunger’ for children, young people and their families. Developing ‘meeting places’ which offer a wide range of dignified food options and involve links to wider support services such as Citizens Advice, cooking sessions and health and wellbeing support.

The Project Development Coordinator will find opportunities for sharing best practice, training, and learning. They will also work alongside people with lived experience of poverty to ensure that any provision is ‘fit for purpose’ and is developed with people at the centre.

Read the job description here.

To apply send your CV and a covering letter clearly outlining how your skills and experience meet the person specification to: stating WN Project Development Coordinator as the email subject.

Finance Officer
Deafness Support Network
Permanent – Northwich
30 hours per week, over 4 days
£26,000 per annum plus £500 increase on completion of probation
Closing Date – 27th Jan 2021 @ 12 noon

DSN are looking for a part qualified, QBE AAT, ACCA/CIMA candidate in the mid stages of study looking for a new challenge. As this post involves communicating with D/deaf people, you should preferably have a certificate in BSL Level 1, or the ability to demonstrate equivalent knowledge; this is not essential as full training will be given.

Key elements of the role include:
– Overall control of accounting and finance functions
– liaising with & providing advice to budget holders to ensure income & expenditure targets are met
– processing & provision of financial information & advice internally & externally
– full production of the monthly management accounts, cashflow, payroll, nominal ledgers
To apply go to

Grants Fundraiser
Hours: 37 hours per week
Starting Salary: £30,451
Closing date for applications is midnight Sunday 14th February 2021.

Chapter is a registered charity based in Cheshire and is dedicated to improving the lives of people
experiencing mental ill-health. Chapter promotes the mental health and wellbeing of individuals,
communities and workplaces through the provision of education and training services that adopt
preventative and/or therapeutic approaches.

With an exciting strategic plan in place and a solid track record of securing funding from grants over the last 30 years, we’re looking for someone able to capture the imagination of funders and secure the monies needed for our core costs as well as a range of new projects.

This post offers the flexibility of home-based working, however you will be required to work a minimum of one day a week based in our Ellesmere Port office.

For more details and how to apply, go to

The Bren Project
Job Title:      Project Co-ordinator
Salary:           £23,271 (Pro rata, actual £12,579), pa plus competitive pension
Holidays:      25 days per year (Pro rata, actual 15 days), plus bank holidays
Hours:           20 hours per week (hours negotiable over 3-4 days)
Location:      Hoole, Chester

Closing date is noon on 15 February 2021

The Bren Project provides high quality, supported work experiences for people with learning disabilities and/or autism. At the Bren Project we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the world of work and enjoy all the benefits it brings. Since 2007 we have facilitated over 300 bespoke work placements for people with learning disabilities and autism. We are a small, but enthusiastic and committed team, and this is an exciting time to join us!

We are now seeking to appoint a Project Coordinator, who will play a critical role in our service delivery. The Project Coordinator will engage beneficiaries, building a personal profile with them that reflects their individual skills, ability, and ambition. The role will also liaise with employers, brokering suitable opportunities and nurturing successful placements through building good relationships with everyone involved.

For an informal discussion on the role, please contact Andrew Ashford, Charity Manager on 01244 313473.

To apply please email, for a Job Description, Personal Specification and application form. Please not that CV’s will not be accepted.

Closing date is noon on 15 February. If you have not heard back from us by this date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.

Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and satisfactory references.

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