Family Liaison Keyworker - Education Futures Trust

Working for the Education Futures Trust, based in schools, the Family Liaison Worker will act as the link between the schools/academies and children’s homes.
The worker will aim to remove barriers to learning for individual children and young people. Within a very flexible role they offer advice, guidance and support for children and their parents.
Salary: £20,858 - £22,958 f.t.e.
Closing date: noon on Wednesday 9th March 2016
Application pack at

Welfare Reform Project Manager (East)

Part time post 22.5 hours per week, Fixed Term until 31st March 2017

Salary range: £27,582 - £29,271 per annum depending on skills & experience Based Hastings, Bexhill – with weekly extensive travel across the east of the county in the Hastings and Rother area.

Operations Manager - paid post with Care for the Carers

37 hours per week, Salary £32,393 - £34,341 per annum (Currently under review)
An experienced and skilled senior manager is being sought by Care for the Carers to lead operational services which provide direct support to unpaid carers in East Sussex.  
The successful candidate will excel in people and project management and have a proven track record in monitoring, evaluation, quality measurement and reporting.
This post is subject to a DBS check.

Coordinator Role - East Sussex based in Hastings (readvertisement)

Hours: 30hours per week (plus on-call one week in six and some out of office hours for which time off in lieu will be provided)
Salary: NJC Salary SCP 22-25 £16202 to £17769
The Association of Carers are seeking a professional and caring person to join their team as a Coordinator. This interesting role will suit an applicant who will be good at relating to a wide range of people and have excellent organisational skills.

ESCC Adult Social Care savings proposals - update

East Sussex CC Cabinet papers, covering Adult Social Care savings proposals will be published next Monday (18th of January) to the following location on ESCC website. Note: this will be for a meeting at 10am on 26th January 2016