JOB VACANCY: MLMC Henley Group Session Worker – freelance post

Role summary: My Life My Choice (MLMC) is a multi-award winning self-advocacy charity run by and for people with learning disabilities, founded in 1998. The charity delivers a diverse range of innovative user led projects that enhances and empowers the lives of adults with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire.

MLMC is looking for a freelance Group Session Worker to run our monthly self-advocacy group in Henley.

Our groups provide a safe place for people to meet up and be part of their community, as well as learning valuable new skills. The Henley Group Session Worker will facilitate the monthly group meetings alongside a paid co-facilitator who has a learning disability. Together they will work with group members to support them to make new friends, to get advice, to speak up, to talk about their interests and to learn new skills.

The Henley group currently meets at the Christ Church United Reformed Church, 46 Reading Road, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 1AG. The group meetings usually take place on the third Monday of each month from 7pm – 9pm.

We need a self-starter who enjoys a challenge, can hit the ground running and is able to work with minimal supervision.

The successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service enhanced check.

Job location (usual place of work): Christ Church United Reformed Church, 46 Reading Road, Henley-on-Thames

Pay rate: £15/hour for 6 hours per month

Pay is pro rata?: No

Job title: Henley Group Session Worker – freelance post

Applications close on date: Friday 23rd February (1pm)

Hours are: Part time

Contract is: Permanent

Job description: Please see attached job description.

To apply, please contact: Please send a covering letter (no longer than one page of A4) explaining why you would be suited to the role along with your CV.

Covering letters and CV should be sent to Bryan Michell at or My Life My Choice, The Jam Factory, 27 Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1HU.

Henley Group Session Worker Job Description