Community Focus Volunteer This role is available in Burnley, Pendle, Rossendale, Hyndburn and Ribble Valley. Of course we welcome applications from surrounding areas if you are able to travel. You don't need to be an expert, empathy matters more than academic qualifications or experience, and we're keen to hear from people of all ages and walks of life. Key tasks Provide 1-1 tailored support with the person, establishing a relationship of trust and support and work towards and agreed support plan To work with partner organisations to deliver the Community Focus Programme and sign service users up to the Electricity North West Priority Services Register in line with the project outputs Remain independent from professionals and to promote the person’s progression in terms of social, emotional, educational, religious and cultural needs To promote and assist people with the completion of Advocacy Friends E-Learning package Encourage the person to take up activities that fit the persons hobbies and interests and become active participants in their community You can download the role description, application form, equal opportunities monitoring form and Privacy Notice below: Advocacy Focus Community Focus Volunteer - Job Description Advocacy Focus Community Focus Volunteer - Application Form Advocacy Focus Diversity Monitoring Form Advocacy Focus Privacy Notice Please send the completed Application, Equal Opportunity Monitoring Form and signed Privacy Notice to [email protected] Alternatively you can post this to us at: Advocacy Focus, First Floor, The Old Tannery, Eastgate, Accrington, Lancashire BB5 6PW Although we would like to acknowledge each returned application, as a registered charity, we would prefer to avoid the costs this would incur. Therefore if you have not received a response, please assume you have not been short-listed for an interview. Thank you for your interest.