Blesma – Support Officer (North West)


Are you an experienced welfare officer looking for a new challenge in the military charity sector that makes a difference?

We’re looking for a permanent full-time support officer to contribute their skills, experience, and personality to add value to our Blesma Support team within the Independence and Wellbeing department at Blesma, The Limbless Veterans. The role is a varied one, focusing on all aspects of welfare and support to our members.

This home-based role is to support Blesma members in the North West of England by providing a lifeline to members by delivering effective wellbeing support to help reduce the negative impacts of disability and to assist them in leading independent and fulfilling lives. The role also involves representing Blesma and enhancing the charity’s profile within the local community of your area of responsibility.

The Independence and Wellbeing team works collaboratively across the Association to ensure Blesma’s programmes and services can help our service personnel, veterans and their families.

Blesma is unique as a membership Association as well as a charity. Our members are the heart of all our work – therefore, the impact of Support Officers is clearly visible in the experiences of our inspirational limbless veterans.

If you are interested, and live within the following post code areas, IM, CA, LA, FY, PR, BB, L, WN, BL, OL, M, WA, SK or CW, please read the attached Job Description and apply with your C.V. and a Covering Letter detailing why you would be an ideal candidate for the role and how your experience and skills match those detailed in the Person Specification.

Closing Date for Applications: Friday 4 February

Interview Date: Wednesday 9 February 2022

We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your interest in Blesma, The Limbless Veterans!

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