Central Scotland Regional Equality Council (CSREC) invites applications for the position of Dementia Project Worker for our Dementia and Care in our Communities project. The project is funded through the Life Changes Trust’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities & Dementia programme. Life Changes Trust is funded by the Big Lottery Fund
Dementia Project Worker
17.5 hours per week (0.5 FTE) at a salary of £25,000-25,750 (£12,500-£12,875 pro-rata)
Fixed term position funded till 30 April 2020
Closing date: 12 noon, Monday 14th May 2018
Aims of the Post:
To deliver the key outcomes of the CSREC Dementia Project as agreed with Life Changes Trust, which is funding this post. The key objectives of the project are detailed below:
- To study and develop an understanding of the extent, and impact of dementia on the lives of affected individuals from South Asian, Chinese and East Asian; African and Caribbean; Polish, East European; and other ethnic minority backgrounds.
- To study and develop an understanding of the impact on the lives of paid/unpaid carers of those of South Asian, Chinese and East Asian, African and Caribbean, Polish, East European and other ethnic minority backgrounds living with dementia.
- To provide information to those living with dementia and their carers on relevant dementia related services and where necessary, support them to access these services.
- Raise awareness about dementia within the larger South Asian; Chinese and East Asian; African and Caribbean; Polish and East European communities and other ethnic minority backgrounds.
Please find the following documents:
Central Scotland Regional Equality Council
Community Education Centre, Park Street,
Falkirk FK1 1RE
Tel: 01324 610 950
Please note that CVs will not be accepted or considered.
This work is supported with funding from the Life Changes Trust. The Trust is funded by the Big Lottery. The Life Changes Trust was established by the Big Lottery Fund in April 2013 with a National Lottery grant of £50 million to support transformational improvement in the quality of life, well-being, empowerment and inclusion of two key groups in Scotland: people affected by dementia and care experienced young people.