The Stroke Association is establishing a new central database team within a Fundraising Development unit, to ensure we are able to make best use of the wealth of supporter data which is now held on one database.
£19,211 to £23,904 per annum | 35 hours per week | Fixed-term contract: six months
We are looking for a highly motivated individual with drive and enthusiasm to work with people affected by stroke in the Leeds area. In line with the national Stroke Strategy and working alongside our Information, Advice and Support Service you will undertake formal reviews of stroke survivors at six months post stroke. Supporting people in understanding their condition, identifying unmet needs and signposting to appropriate agencies where required.
In this rewarding role, you will provide support to stroke survivors by giving personal budget information and advice. You’ll empower individuals to select their own personal support packages, thereby promoting choice, independence and well-being.
As one of the world’s leading stroke charities, knowledge is vitally important to us. Our Stroke Information Service provides vital support each year to tens of thousands of people affected by stroke. Our knowledge and Information Services ensure that our people have at their fingertips all of the stroke knowledge they need to be effective.
We are looking for passionate and professional individual to provide a support service for people with communication difficulties following a stroke using the Communication Plus model, with the aim of working with the Speech and Language Therapy services to maximise communication skills. The service will operate within an agreed area with an open referral system. You will also help to recruit, train and support volunteers. A car driver and access to transport is essential.
30 hours per week │ Fixed term 6 months (maternity cover)
This is an exciting opportunity to join an existing team working with stroke survivors and their families in hospital and at home. The service provides information, advice and support on managing and adjusting to living with a stroke and aims to reduce the risk of further strokes by guiding clients through lifestyle changes based on their identified risk factors.
£18,819 to £22,842 per annum | 30 hours per week │ Fixed term 6 months (maternity cover)
This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic individual to work in tandem with the Director in Wales to help maintain our vision and develop further our work. You will have a sound understanding of the Welsh and UK political scenes and the policies and legislation affecting people affected by stroke in Wales.