Carers Link wants to see carers of East Dunbartonshire have the best possible quality of life, through help and support for their caring role and the opportunity to pursue their own needs, interests or work.
Our services are delivered by a team of staff and volunteers. For more details and information about the various paid and voluntary roles scroll down the page.
Current staff vacancies
We are looking for an Information & Communication Co-ordinator to job share with an existing staff member. Information underpins all stages of a carer’s journey and providing them with good quality, independent information assists them with decision making in relation to their caring role which in turn helps protect their own health and well-being. The successful applicant will need to be an enthusiastic individual that delivers; a self-starter who is excellent at delivering engaging and impactful communications – online and in print. You will take a lead role in profile raising and brand marketing; help identify new carers and keep those known to us up-to-date with what’s happening locally. Initially offered at 15 hours p/w with hope of gradually increasing hours if funding permits in future. We offer flexibility in hours and hybrid working.
Full Job Description here
Send CV & a statement/letter explaining why you think you would be suitable for this role to firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date 10am Friday 13th October with interviews week beginning 23rd October.
Current volunteer vacancies
Our volunteers are part of the Carers Link team, providing support to over 1000 carers each year.
The people we support come from all walks of life, and so do our volunteers. Volunteering with us can be a regular weekly commitment, or you may only be able to volunteer for a few hours a month.
We are normally open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5.00 pm, but appointments (by phone or online) out with these hours can be arranged. Currently mail is not being picked up from the office on a regular basis so if possible please email or phone us. During evenings and weekends, if you or someone you know requires urgent social work support, please call 0800 811 505.