Chapter are seeking an experienced, highly motivated and dynamic Wellbeing Lead to manage a team of wellbeing coaches and volunteers, providing one-to-one and group activities to support the recovery of people affected by mental ill-health.

Our Wellbeing Lead is a hands-on staff member, supervising colleagues working within the Wellbeing Team as well as providing support to individuals with mental ill-health accessing Chapter’s services. Reporting to the CEO, you will manage the Wellbeing Team, ensure appropriate and quality support is provided externally, and maintain systems internally. As a new post, there is scope to help develop the efficiency and effectiveness of our service delivery and internal monitoring. We have a strong commitment to promote equality and equal opportunities. We encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and welcome applications from people with lived experience of mental ill-health.

Chapter Wellbeing Lead – Job Description
Salary £24,313 pro-rata
Chapter Job Application Form – available via
Completed application forms should be emailed to Closing date for applications is Sunday 12th July 2020.
Interviews will be held week commencing 20th July 2020.

Irish Community Care is a charitable company whose aim is to ensure well informed, empowered and vibrant Irish communities in the North West. We are recruiting dynamic individuals with track record of leadership and innovation to join our exciting new service ‘Travelling to Independence’ funded by National Lottery Community Fund. The service will improve opportunities, quality of life, access to services and health and wellbeing for the Irish Traveller and Gypsy community in West Cheshire. The service is underpinned by an Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) focusing on systems change through community strengths and skills.

Post 1: Job Title: Project Co-ordinator
Hours: Full Time 35 hours per week
Salary: £26000 per annum
This is an exciting opportunity to develop an asset based strategic approach to engagement with the communities across West Cheshire. You will be responsible for managing, developing and ensuring delivery and sustainability of culturally appropriate advice advocacy support and community development services.

Post 2: Job Title: Advice Advocacy and Support Worker
Hours: Full Time 35 hours per week
Salary: £22500 per annum
We need a dynamic community focused individual to deliver one to one case work interventions with the communities living in or passing through Cheshire West. You will offer support to individuals to identify strengths and assets which help to resolve immediate and crisis situations and more enduring issues; make links with and refer to appropriate partner agencies; promoting a multiagency approach.

Post 3: Job Title: Community Development Worker
Hours: Full Time 35 hours per week
Salary: £22500 per annum
Community development work brings people together. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is passionate about working with the community to identify, map, share, celebrate and build community, family and individual strengths. These include leadership, capacity, skills, confidence, and aspirations and will collectively be used to positively effect systems and social change to improve quality of life in the local area across Cheshire West’s rural and urban areas

Irish Community Care is an equal opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from people who identify as belonging to a minority group. Our policy is to help all our staff to reach their potential; we offer excellent training and development opportunities to build on your strengths and competencies.

For informal discussion contact Breege McDaid or Win Lawlor on 0151 2373987
For application pack contact Josie Gibson on 0151 2373987; Email:
All applicants are required to complete an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check
Closing Date: 12 noon Friday 14 August 2020

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