Sahir House has successfully secured a grant from The Big Lottery Fund & is recruiting for the following 3 posts:
2 x Outreach Support Workers
Sahir House is recruiting 2 suitably experienced full time workers to provide one to one support to people living with & affected by HIV. Although based in Liverpool city centre, the role requires a high proportion of outreach across Merseyside & North Cheshire in a variety of settings. An awareness of the needs of marginalised groups is essential, particularly BME, homeless, asylum & refugee communities and men who have sex with men. Ability to work in a non judgemental, confidential, equitable & empowering manner is essential. Extensive travel requirement within role, therefore ability to travel is essential.
Posts are funded until March 2012 with possible extension for further 2 ½ years. Salary £19,621 – 20,858.
1 x Research & Monitoring Administrator
Sahir House is recruiting a part time worker with experience in data collection & analysis. The post holder will be required to set up & maintain effective systems for monitoring service user outcomes, evaluation data & research. The post holder will also be required to demonstrate high quality IT skills, analysis & communication skills.
Full time salary £17,161 – 18,453 pro rata 3 days a week annual salary of £10,297 – 11,072. Post funded for 3 years.
All posts are subject to a probation period & satisfactory CRB check.
Closing date for all signed applications forms: 5pm Friday 19th August 2011
Short listing will be held week of 22nd August 2011
Interviews will be held week of 30th August 2011
Ideal start date: beginning of October 2011
Mandatory staff induction training: 7th (eve) & day of 8th, 9th, 15th & 16th October
For an application pack:
Visit website www.sahir.uk.com
Email - email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - 0151 237 3989
Address - 151 Dale Street, 2nd floor, Liverpool, L2 2AH
Sahir House is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. We are especially welcome applications from groups which reflect Sahir House service user groups – HIV positive people (and other disabled people), people from BME groups, LGBT people & refugee communities.