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Defence Medical Welfare Service – Welfare Support Worker

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Locations: Aberdeen and the Grampians (x1 position) and Nottinghamshire (x1 position) – ideally candidates will live within the County

Salary Scale: £18,579 – £20,483

Benefits package: 30 days leave pro rata plus up to 6% matched pension contribution following successful completion of the six months’ probation period

Full Time: 1 Year Fixed Term Contract

Closing Date: Monday 29th October 2018.

DMWS is an international charity that has been providing welfare support to the Armed Forces Community for 75 years. We are unique and remain the only military charity and civilian welfare organisation to deploy to areas of conflict to support the Armed Forces. We are now recruiting a Welfare Support Worker in the above location to support Veterans aged 65 years and over, their families and carers.

We are seeking confident self-starters who are compassionate and have good inter-personal skills and can demonstrate empathy for the Armed Forces Community.

Working as part of a team you will be supporting Veterans under The Unforgotten Forces project when they are in hospital (inpatient and outpatient), or receiving treatment in community based health facilities.

In return, you will be working within a friendly and supportive environment, making a real difference to the Veteran Community whilst receiving a competitive benefits package.

For a recruitment pack please download here. Alternatively, telephone 01264 774000.

Completed Application Forms to be returned to recruitment@dmws.org.uk.

 

Registered Charity No 1087210 England & Wales,  Scotland (SC045460).

DMWS is an equal opportunities employer and values diversity.

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