Living With a Hearing Loss (LWHL) Project Outreach Worker – Marketing & PR

deafPLUS is a registered medium-sized charity and company limited by guarantee working to encourage integration and equality between D/deaf and hearing people in all areas of life. We provide a range of services from Advocacy to Employment, equipment to information and advice across 6 centres around the UK.   

The ‘Living with a Hearing Loss project is designed to support older people to manage the difficulties experienced by losing their hearing. This is achieved by providing access to appropriate information, skills and services in an empathic learning environment. The Project Administrator will work closely with the Project Manager to deliver a marketing campaign to recruit participants to the Living with Hearing Loss courses.   

We are seeking an individual with great organisational and interpersonal skills to take on this exciting role to manage and deliver the following services to clients. The main duties include: 

  1. To work with the Project Administrator to source and book venues for upcoming courses.
  2. To develop strategy and run the marketing and promotional campaigns for the recruitment of participants to our LWHL courses.
  3. To network with appropriate organisations to promote LWHL course awareness. 
  4. Collate appropriate reports for the Project Administrator. 

Working hours: 15 hours per week until 31st August 2019  

Location:     Bromley – Office based    

Salary: £20,625.28 (inclusive of London Weighting) pro-rata 

How to apply: 

Please complete the application form and send to

Job Description


For an informal chat and to request an information and application pack, please email Leo Mansell on   

Closing date for applications:  24th April 2019

Interviews will take place 29th April and 3rd May 2019. 

 We welcome applications from suitably experienced individuals irrespective of racial origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy & maternity, gender, religion or disability. 

Independent Living Co-ordinator

Could you be the co-ordinator we are looking for to join our team (in Bromley or Whitechapel)?

Part-time 20 hours – £21,164 pro rata (£11/hour)

deafPLUS is a charity which supports integration and equality between deaf and hearing people in all areas of life. We provide a range of services from Advocacy to Employment, equipment to information and advice across 7 centres around the UK, as well as a national advice service.

A very exciting job opportunity has arisen  – the role of Independent Living Coordinator with our Personal Assistant service, Youchoose.

This roles focuses on the delivery of deafPLUS’ Direct Payments Support Service. This is a scheme which enables people to receive money from the Council to pay for the care and support that they have been assessed as needing, and really puts individuals in control of decisions about the best way they can be supported.

The Independent Living Coordinator will be responsible for account management, delivering support, information, advice and assistance to enable people with a sensory disability to access and manage Direct Payments easily and effectively. The post-holder will work as part of a team to promote, extend and develop the scheme to enable more people to have personal budgets and self-direct their support.

The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the health and social care sector, particularly in relation to individualised budgets. Good communication and presentation skills as well as high levels of literacy, numeracy and IT skills are essential. Knowledge of the Direct Payments scheme will be an advantage, although full training will be provided.

The benefits of working for us include 25 days (pro rata) annual leave, 8 Bank holidays (pro rata) and Festive closures and opportunities for training and professional development towards becoming a Registered Manager. This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

We welcome applications from people who have personal experience of disability issues as well as all sections of the community.

To apply and view the Job Description & Person Specification, click here.

Closing date 29/04/19