Castle Point Association of Voluntary Services


Castle Point Association of Voluntary Services (CAVS) is an organisation committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff, Trustees and volunteers to share this commitment.


A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join CAVS Social Prescribing Service as a full-time Wellbeing Link Coordinator, located at CAVS Office in Canvey Island.

This hugely rewarding and varied role will involve intrinsically working with CAVS Team members, local GP practices and other professionals in the Primary Care Network to assist residents in the locality with their social, emotional and practicable needs, helping to create a person-centered approach to improve their health and wellbeing.

There is significant interaction with other agencies and the linking of people to community, voluntary and other statutory services for advice and guidance.

You will be an excellent listener, resilient, empathetic, with the ability to manage a busy diary and multi-task. Perhaps you already have skills and experience of working with vulnerable adults in healthcare, social care or other applicable settings, with knowledge and experience that you could bring to the role?

Interested?  For the full job description and salary details, please view the link below.

To apply for the post, please complete the Job Application Form and Equality, Diversity and Monitoring Form.

Please submit your details by email to: Julie.Leggett@cavsorg.uk   Deadline for applications is Tuesday 5th December.

Job Description Equality, Diversity and Monitoring Form Job Application Form