COMMUNITY BUILDER ASSISTANT – RAINBOW SERVICES

Posted on: July 28, 2021

Rainbow Services are looking to recruit another enthusiastic member of
staff into our Community Builder Team. Working to reduce loneliness and
social isolation, this post will have a particular focus on people living with,
and carers of people living with Dementia.

We are looking for someone that has a passion for supporting people and
increasing dementia friendly, social activity.

If you feel you could jump straight into this exciting post go to our website
for more information: Current Vacancies – Rainbow Services – Harlow

To apply email your CV and covering letter outlining how you meet the job
specifications to [email protected]

Closing date is Monday 2nd August, with interviews being held on
Wednesday 4th August.

Author: Steering Member
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