Key roles within Wellbeing Teams
Our model is made up of a number of key roles that work together to deliver care and support. The following roles exist in all the areas where Wellbeing Teams work. To explore these and other opportunities, visit our current opportunities page.
At the heart of every Wellbeing Team is a team of Wellbeing Workers. The role of Wellbeing Workers is to do whatever it takes so that people can do what matters to them at home and in their community. Wellbeing Workers work in small, neighbourhood, self-organising teams.
Community Circles Connector
This role ensures that each person is offered a Circle of Support, as well as connecting people and their teams with their local communities. This role is part of the Wellbeing Support Team.
This role supports Wellbeing Workers, ensuring that they deliver compassionate, safe and person-centred practice; and that as an organisation we keep learning and developing. This role is part of the Wellbeing Support Team.
The Team Coach helps the team to keep learning, developing and improving how we focus on wellbeing and self-organising, in order to deliver our purpose and live our values. This role is part of the Wellbeing Support Team.