Job Opportunities

We love what we do, if you would like to help our community make caring more visible take a look at our job opportunities and the benefits of working with our organisation

Could you make a difference for Carers in Wandsworth?

We are currently offering a rewarding opportunity for a motivated and proactive self-starter to join our friendly and dynamic team and organisation.

Benefits of working for Wandsworth Carers’ Centre:

Friendly team and working environment, annual leave starts at 25 days pro rata plus an additional special day and length of service increments (plus bank and public holidays), contributory company pension, training and development opportunities and an employee assistance programme.

 Our Charity:

We are a busy, ambitious charity operating at the heart of the Wandsworth community since 1995, helping thousands of people across the borough in unpaid Caring roles. We give information and advice, organise respite, offer complementary therapies, deliver training, provide peer support, arrange fun events and much more.  In short, we are the Carer’s friend and advocate, often helping Carers through difficult times.

Carers Support and Outreach Worker – Hospital Discharge

Salary: £17,261 per annum

Part time (21 hours per week) 

Short term contract ending 31st March 2025

Possible extension subject to funding

The role:

The post holder will lead on the hospital discharge work, regularly working out of St Georges hospital alongside the discharge team and hospital social care teams, providing information and support to Carers navigating the hospital discharge process.  

The post holder will also work alongside the support and information worker,

registering and triaging Carers, offering first contact support.

Skills and experience:

The successful applicant will have outstanding organisational and communication skills, be confident delivering training and outreach. They will be able to manage conflicting demands with tight deadlines, be a key team player and committed to working with Carers and volunteers.

They will have excellent IT skills and be able to adapt to providing services both face to face and via virtual platforms, whilst maintaining a consistent service for Carers.


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