EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT

EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Barker's Pool, Sheffield S1 2JA, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Support Worker It's not just a job, it's a life experience. Join them and help them change lives. Our client is a national charity that's been supporting people with learning disabilities since 1962. They put the people they support at the centre of everything they do and use their experience to work in partnership with them to provide personalised services to more than 2,500 people. Sometimes it's challenging, but it's always rewarding. You'll go to work knowing that you're making a positive difference to someone's life. And you'll be working in a team of skilled, dedicated colleagues who'll support you all the way. Position: Supported Living Workers Location: Sheffield and Derbyshire (various locations) Hours: 22.5 to 37.5 hours per week available or relief contract Salary: Starting from £15,309 pa to £22,000 pa. Based on a full time contract (37.5 hrs), age 21+ Including working an average of 5 Sleep In's and up to 30 hrs overtime per month Closing date: Wednesday 14 November 2018 Interview date to be arranged About the role: As a Support Worker at our client you'll be supporting adults with learning disabilities to live the best life possible. In these roles, everything you do will enable people to have choices about their own lives, creating flexible services that meet people's needs and always looking for the best way of doing things. There's no such thing as a "typical day" for one of their Support Workers. You never know what you might end up doing. You could be supporting someone to make their breakfast in the morning, go swimming or to a local café in the afternoon, or even helping them plan their birthday party or a family event. They provide 24/7 support to some people, so this role would suit you if you like the idea of working shifts and hours that include some weekends, nights and Bank Holidays. You may also get the opportunity to accompany the people they support on holidays and attend training courses and other activities. About you: You don't need experience of support work or any special qualifications for this job - you'll get plenty of training along the way. It's great if you already have experience of learning disabilities, autism or dementia, but this is by no means essential. What matters most is your positive attitude to life and your desire to support people to live their life with as much independence, choice, dignity and control as possible. What they offer: They offer a range of benefits and career development opportunities. They'll give you a comprehensive induction, full training and support along the way. With Investors in People and Skills for Care accreditation they are committed to investing in their teams to ensure they have the specialist skills and expertise needed to support others to live the best life possible. Join them and help them change lives. NO AGENCIES PLEASE You may have experience of the following: Support Worker, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, Learning Disabilities, Social Care, Voluntary Sector, Mental Health Worker, Healthcare Assistant, Care Staff, Community Development, Care Worker, Vulnerable People, Social Worker, Not for Profit, NFP, Supported Living Worker, Supported Living, Care Assistant etc.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Doncaster, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Advocate (Vulnerable Adults) Our client supports people who face disadvantage or discrimination to have a voice that counts. Providing advocacy and user involvement services across England, our client is a growing organisation working with people who are vulnerable or marginalised to raise their voices and have their rights respected. Position: Advocate Location: Doncaster, Yorkshire (Commutable from Sheffield, Worksop, Gainsborough, Barnsley and surrounding areas) Job type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: 37.5 hours per week Salary: £21,000 to £25,700 per annum Benefits: 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays; 5% employer pension & 3% employee contribution; Salary sacrifice pension scheme; Cycle to work; Employee Assistance programme; Supportive working environment fostering a good work / life balance; Support with professional development. Closing date for applications: 7th November, 2018 About the role: Advocates support people who may be marginalised or vulnerable to speak up and be heard and contribute to the wider impact of the organisation. Their work strengthens voices, supports human rights and changes lives. Advocacy can be vital for people who cannot speak up for themselves, or people who feel they do not have the power to do so. Advocates work in the front line delivering positive outcomes for people they support breaking down complex information into various formats to empower individuals and will support and enable service users understanding of their options. You will empower individuals to communicate their views in decisions making process, empowering them to make challenges, or where necessary undertake challenges and ask pertinent questions on the person's behalf where they are unable to do so for themselves. The role is office based, with extensive travel across the Doncaster region to care homes, hospitals and clients' homes About you: - Passionate about empowering and enabling individuals to have their wishes, feelings, beliefs and needs taken into account - Demonstrate excellent verbal, listening and written communication skills - Have the ability to engage with people with complex needs and communication difficulties - Experienced in influencing and working with health and social care professionals, legal services, care staff and family members - Able to build good relationships with clients, health and social care professionals, legal professionals and carers - Able to identify and act appropriately where issues of safeguarding individuals arise - Have strong IT skills to accurately record information in line with policy and current data standards - Experienced in working with marginalised and vulnerable adults and or children - Able to research complex and sensitive issues independently, using case law, national policy and guidance for advocates to work to resolution of issues - Able to work to tight and changing deadlines and work independently Desirable skills or experience: - A full, clean UK driving license and access to own vehicle. There is extensive travel involved with this role - Hold or be working towards Independent Advocacy Qualification - Knowledge and experience of the Mental Health Act (1983, revised 2007), Care Act (2014) and Mental Capacity Act (2007) and The Principles of Human Rights and Advocacy If you don't already hold the Independent Advocacy Qualification, it is a requirement of the role that you complete this within 12 months of commencing employment. You may have experience of the following: Advocate, Advocator, Vulnerable Adults, Social Worker, Healthcare, Policy, Legislation, Support Worker, Charity, Third Sector etc. Advice & Guidance
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Cheshire, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Care Assistant (Nights) Our client is a development-led care home operator providing 'New Generation' care facilities. This unique offering from a construction company and care company working as one, ensures the homes they design and build, compliment the exceptional care they provide. Position: Care Assistant - Nights Location: Chester, Cheshire, CH3 5SY Job type: Full Time, Various Contracts Available (Part Time and Full Time) Hours: 19:45pm to 08:00am Salary: £8.10 per hour with paid handover About the role: Our client's stunning care centre, Grosvenor Manor opened in March 2018 and is registered to provide care to 82 residents, with a variety of care needs, including residential, nursing and dementia. Due to continued success and increased occupancy, they are now seeking to recruit experienced Care Assistants, to join the dedicated night team. Candidates should have confidence in delivering exceptional care, enabling the residents to enjoy quality of life. About you: - Experience at Care Assistant level in a care environment is preferable - Care certificate of equivalent or a willingness to achieve this in the first 12 months of employment - Evidence of good care practice knowledge relating to the care of older people - Demonstrate a sound knowledge of the 6 principles of care and how they underpin the delivery of care in a residential / Nursing setting You may have experience of the following: Care Assistant, Care worker, Carer, Health Care Assistant, Support Worker, Nurses, Social Care Worker, Disability Assistant, Case Worker, Support Worker, Customer Support, Social Worker, Mental Health Care Worker, Community Nurse, Community Support Worker etc. This position is subject to a DBS check.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT City of Westminster, London, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Administrator (Catering) Position: Catering Administrator Location: London Job type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: Full time, Monday to Friday Salary: £23,000 per annum + 15% employer contribution pension scheme and benefits Closing date: 2 November 2018 at 23.55 About the role: It's supporting the team who deliver the highest standards of service It's the variety you'll find in your role. And it's playing your part in delivering exceptional service. This is what makes working for them so different. They handle everything involved in the official and private entertaining across all residencies, delivering hundreds of events every year. As a key point of contact for the catering team, you'll provide administration, communication and co-ordination support to ensure the smooth running of their exceptional catering operations. This is a varied role where no two days will be the same. You'll help to prepare menus and production plans for the kitchens, support the management of events, and underpin the food purchasing function, liaising with a wide range of external suppliers. Day-to-day, you'll maintain their systems and records, manage diaries and arrange meetings. You'll also use initiative to resolve queries and respond to external requests. And whether you're based at one location or travelling to other locations, you'll develop your existing administrative skills and make an immediate contribution to this fast-paced and professional team. About you: With strong administration skills and a proactive approach, you'll be an asset to the team. Efficient and well organised, you're confident handling different priorities and multiple deadlines effectively. Accuracy and attention to detail will also be key to the role. And with versatile IT skills, you'll be familiar using Microsoft Office tools to help manage a busy workload, and you'll be able to quickly grasp bespoke applications. Beyond your technical skills, excellent communication skills will prove vital, as you'll be working with a range of different people. At your best working in a team, you're able to work flexibly and with initiative to support your colleagues. Above all, you'll be eager to take advantage of the unique learning opportunities that the Household presents. This is your opportunity to use your experience and enthusiasm to deliver the exceptional. This role will be based in London, and will involve travelling to other Royal residences for two months per year and weekend work when at other locations. In return you will be rewarded with a comprehensive benefits package, including 33 days holiday (inclusive of Bank Holidays), a 15% employer contribution pension scheme (with the option for flexibility - to increase contributions or draw down as salary), lunch provided, with training and development, as well as a range of recreational facilities. You may have experience of the following: Administrator, Admin Assistant, Office Administrator, Administrative Assistant, Office Assistant, Customer Service, Admin Support, Administration Assistant, Administration, Customer Service Administrator, Data Entry, etc.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Coleshill, Birmingham, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Advocate Training Coordinator (IRIS) Our client opened the world's first safe house for women and children fleeing domestic violence in Chiswick, West London in 1971. Since then the charity has grown to become the country's largest single provider of specialist domestic violence services. On any given day, its national network of services supports over 6,000 women and children. Committed to a world where domestic violence is not tolerated and where women and children can live in safety, the organisation aims to empower women and children rebuild their lives, free from violence and fear. Position: IRIS Advocate Educator Location: Warwickshire, West Midlands Job type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: 37.5 hours per week, 08.30am to 20.30pm (Monday to Friday), Saturday 9.00am to 17.00pm Salary: £24,360 to £26,999 per annum Benefits: 28 days holiday, pension scheme, an employee assistance programme and a childcare voucher scheme. Closing date: 7 November 2018 About the role: They are recruiting an IRIS Advocate Educator to work with GPs to help them identify and provide effective pathways for patients who are experiencing VAWG and provide training to practice teams across Warwickshire. The IRIS Advocate Educator will work in partnership with a local clinical lead to deliver the model. The role involves working in partnership within a multi-agency framework to deliver services and promote effective joint working to provide early identification, effective interventions and advocacy for women and men experiencing domestic violence. The post holder will provide advice, advocacy and support, in accordance with the organisation's philosophical principles. About you: The ideal candidate will be a VAWG practitioner with experience of delivering training and an understanding of IRIS (Identification & Referral to Improve Safety). CAADA training is desirable. A car user is essential due to the area covered and the fact that they have to take resources to the GP practices. Other information: Our client is proud to be a leader in its field and an employer of choice with leading edge systems for supervision, quality management and development. They offer the first Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) accredited qualification for their profession. Other benefits include 28 days holiday, pension scheme, an employee assistance programme and a childcare voucher scheme. An enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) certificate will be required for this role. You may have experience of the following: Training Coordinator, Training Administrator, Learning and Development, L&D, Administration, Trainer, In-House Training, Educator, Training Co-ordinator, IRIS, Advocate, Charity, Third Sector, NFP, Not for Profit etc. No agencies please - as a charity they work hard to keep their costs down.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT City of Westminster, London, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Office Administrator / Operations Co-ordinator Position: Staff Operations Co-ordinator Location: London Job type: Full time, Permanent Hours: 37.5 per week, over 5 days, Monday to Friday Salary: £22,000 per annum, plus benefits Closing Date: 04 November 2018, 23:55 About the role: It's knowing everyone is in place, before they open their gates. It's the collaboration and community spirit. And it's contributing to the presentation of a world-renowned art collection. This is what makes working for our client so special. Our outstanding Visitor Services team help hundreds of thousands of visitors, from around the world, enjoy magnificent buildings and works of art. Joining the team at the heart of this, you'll make sure that their Visitor Services Assistants are supported behind the scenes, so that every visitor has an exceptional experience. Providing wide-ranging staff administration support, be it rostering, purchasing, budgets or payroll, you'll play a vital role in the smooth running of their main office and core sites. And your biggest challenge will come when the doors of their glorious locations are opened to the public, helping to recruit, train and uniform up to 500 temporary staff. About you: With outstanding administrative skills and accuracy that never falters, you're exactly who they need. Your knowledge of IT programmes, and keen eye for detail means you'll take to spreadsheet management, databases and schedules with ease. Extremely organised and methodical even when under pressure, you're comfortable dealing with multiple priorities at any one time. Also, you're confident communicating with all kinds of people and can build positive relationships with internal and external people alike. Experience of working in a busy visitor services environment would be ideal but is by no means essential. It's your passion for working with people and providing extraordinary visitor care that we're really interested in. And a flexible approach means you're able to work effectively on your own, but also as part of a large and enthusiastic team. This is your opportunity to use your organisation and people skills to deliver the exceptional. You may have experience of the following: : Operations Coordinator, Staff Coordinator, Operations Administrator, General Manager, Operations Supervisor, Visitor Attraction, Administrator, Customer Service, Tourism, Visitor Care, Office Administrator etc
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
HR Operations Manager Being part of our client goes beyond helping families limit the damage cancer causes to young lives. They put the children and young people they support at the heart of everything they do, and they are driven by the belief that it's their privilege to work with them. They look for people who want to turn their passion, expertise and integrity into an exceptional career. Position: HR Operations Manager Location: Hammersmith, London Job Type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: 35 hours per week Salary: circa £36.000 Closing Date: 29 October 2018 Interview Date: 2 November 2018 About the role: Our client is looking for a HR Operations Manager to lead their operations team. Sitting within the People and Learning Directorate, you'll work alongside the HR Business Partners to ensure that they deliver a great HR service across the charity. You'll be responsible for managing case work and driving their key HR operations, such as payroll and recruitment, ensuring that they have simple, effective processes which also meet their legal and audit commitments. About you: Your experience in delivering strong HR Operations and great customer service will be essential in this role. Highly personable, with strong relationship building skills, you're confident at engaging with a range of people and leading a team. You're also highly motivated and pragmatic, with strong attention to detail. You're prepared to roll your sleeves up and get involved in the day to day work of the team! Your emotional intelligence, coupled with your ability to coach and offer pragmatic advice to managers and staff and build trust as a credible adviser will be an asset too. What can they offer you? In return for your commitment, our client offers a great reward package, which includes generous annual leave entitlement and pension scheme, season ticket and bike loans, as well as flexible working arrangements and great development opportunities. They're always looking for talented people from all backgrounds, to join their fight for young lives against cancer. They particularly want to encourage people from under-represented groups to step forward and apply to work or volunteer with them. Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. You may have experience of the following: HR Manager, HR Manager, HR Advisor, Employee Relations, HR Consultant, Change Management, CIPD, Human Resources Manager, Human Resources Consultant, Recruitment Manager, Talent Acquisition Manager, HR Generalist, Human Resources Generalist, HR Officer, Human Resources Officer, etc.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT London Borough of Newham, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Head of Finance (Charity) Founded in 1984, our client is a pioneering registered charity located in Tower Hamlets. They support families, young people and adults of all ages to learn new skills, improve their health and wellbeing, find employment and develop the confidence to achieve their goals and transform their lives. Our client's focus is to inspire and empower the most vulnerable people, those who are isolated, facing physical or mental ill health or who are lacking confidence, skills or qualifications. Position: Finance Director Location: Tower Hamlets, London E3 Job type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: 35 hours per week, Part time and flexible considered Salary: £60,000 per annum Benefits: 27 days plus 3 days for Christmas plus bank holidays; all staff get an extra day off for their birthday Closing date: Monday 29 October at 9.00am Interviews week commencing: Monday 5 November 2018 About the role: They need a passionate, enthusiastic and driven individual to ensure that the finances of the charity run smoothly and efficiently, in a way that supports the effective delivery of the services and enterprises that fulfil the Centre's mission. The successful applicant will ensure sound financial management of the charity and full compliance with legal, statutory audit and donor requirements. The Finance Director will contribute to the strategic leadership of the charity as a member of the Senior Management Team. About you: They are looking for a Qualified accountant (CIMA / ACA / ACCA) with at least 5 years' post qualification experience, ideally with direct charity accounting knowledge and experience, including statutory reporting under SORP 2015 and knowledge of corporation tax and VAT. Extensive and proven experience of staff management is essential, and you will have experience operating as part of senior management and corporate decision-making The Successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills (both written and oral) and will be able to communicate financial issues to non-specialists. You will need to be an analytical and strategic thinking with the ability to produce results quickly in a rapidly changing situation often working under pressure. You will need Good IT skills including specialist accounting software and knowledge and experience of appropriate financial and general management software packages. Wide and extensive experience of budget management / financial management is also essential, preferably in both charitable and commercial settings. You may have experience of the following: Finance Manager, Finance Director, Director of Finance, Head of Finance, Financial Controller, Qualified Accountant, Accountant, Finance Director, Accountant, Senior Finance Manager, Finance Controller, Financial Accountant, Charity, Charities, Not for Profit, NFP, Third Sector, CIMA, ACCA, ACA, etc
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Orton Wistow, Peterborough PE2 6YY, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Fundraiser Officer (Community / Events) Our client is a charity working to cure kidney disease. It is still out there, a silent killer, blighting the lives of more than two million patients, with a further million undiagnosed. They are the largest charitable funder supporting renal research in the UK today. For decades the research they enable has been saving lives, but people continue to suffer and they want to do so much more to help… Through targeted research, the collation and sharing of health information and strategic planning we have been shaping and facilitating advances in renal research since 1961, collaborating with other charities and funders to deliver life-changing care to all those affected. With the incidences of obesity, heart disease and high blood pressure (all triggers for kidney disease) on the increase due to our changing life-styles, their work is more essential than ever, and they need good, passionate and caring people to help get us to a cure - faster. Position: Community & Events Fundraiser Location: Nene Hall, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire (Commutable from Stamford, March, Huntingdon, Oundle and surrounding areas) Contract type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: 37.5 hours per week Salary: Grade 4, £23,000 to £25,500 depending on experience Closing date: Wednesday 31 October 2018 About the role: Come and be part of an energetic and vibrant team who are driven by the desire to improve the lives of people living with kidney disease and ultimately find a cure for this silent killer. You will be responsible for building strong and lasting relationships with supporters, delivering excellent customer care and developing supporters to maximise their potential, to help the team meet the growing Community & Events fundraising net budgets. You will be the lead for a specific area of Community Fundraising to ensure that we maximise income generation opportunities and deliver an excellent supporter experience. This is a great opportunity to play a part in driving growth for a charity with an emotive cause and strong ambitions to deliver more for kidney patients sooner. This role is based at our offices in Peterborough and will require you to travel across the UK and work evenings and weekends as required ('Time off in Lieu' is available in line with their TOIL policy). About you: The successful applicant will have a passion for developing relationships with supporters, and experience of community or events fundraising. You will have a good knowledge of fundraising, including understanding of fundraising codes of practice. In addition, you will have the drive, enthusiasm and determination to deliver targets and be able to deal positively with setbacks and identify and implement solutions to difficulties. You will have experience of working with, or managing volunteers, and the ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are key, along with being a confident presenter. Ideally you will have experience of using databases as a tool for delivering excellent supporter engagement and experience of marketing and communications within fundraising You may have experience of the following: Community & Events Fundraiser, Fundraising Officer, Fundraising and Events Coordinator, Event Fundraiser, Marketing Assistant, Community Fundraiser, Direct Marketing, Events Coordinator, Community Fundraising, Events Assistant, Third Sector, Charity, Not for Profit, Fundraiser, Fundraising Assistant, Marketing Executive, Marketing Officer, Sales Executive, Sales Assistant, etc.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT London, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Recruitment Manager (Charity) Join the team, take on dementia Our client is the UK's leading dementia charity. They provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia. Position Recruitment Manager Location: Crutched Friars, London, EC3N 2AE Contract type: Fixed Term until end October 2019 (Maternity cover) Hours: 35 per week Salary: £39,742 actual per annum Closing date: Midday on Monday 22 October Interview date: Monday 29th October About the role: They are committed to improving quality of life for people affected by dementia. But their success - as a support provider, a campaign organisation and a major funder of research - ultimately depends on their ability to attract, develop and reward talented individuals who share their determination to make a difference. Providing maternity cover for their Recruitment manager will mean that you can play a vital part in their journey in getting the best people to work with them. They recruit in a decentralised way with line managers handling most of the candidate selection. Managing a small team, you will take steps to improve their newly implemented online recruitment practices, help managers through improving recruitment tools and knowledge, and work with others to deliver positive candidate experiences. But that's just the start. You will also manage their relationships with recruitment and advertising agencies, provide internal expertise and analyse their recruitment methods. About you: This influential role calls for an experienced recruitment professional who combines broad recruiting experience with proven ability to manage projects and implement change. You will have a thorough understanding of recruitment and selection methods. Add to that your strong customer focus, excellent communication skills and ability to build successful relationships, and you will quickly establish yourself as a key member of their team. Their employees work hard every day to make a true difference in people's lives. They are proud to support them with a range of benefits, recognition and many options for agile working - all contributing to a strong work life balance. Are you ready to take your recruiting experience to the next level? Our client is committed to equal opportunities. You may have experience of the following: Recruitment Manager, Internal Recruitment, In-house Recruitment, In-house Recruitment, In House Recruitment, Internal Recruiter, Resourcing Manager, Resourcing Specialist, Recruitment Specialist, CIPD, IRP, HR, Human Resources, Recruitment, Charities, Third Sector, NFP, Not for Profit etc.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT London Borough of Newham, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Fundraising Manager (Corporate Partnerships) Founded in 1984, our client is a pioneering registered charity located in Tower Hamlets. They support families, young people and adults of all ages to learn new skills, improve their health and wellbeing, find employment and develop the confidence to achieve their goals and transform their lives. Full details about the range of Centre services can be found on their website: Our client's focus is to inspire and empower the most vulnerable people, those who are isolated, facing physical or mental ill health or is lacking confidence, skills or qualifications. Position: Corporate Partnerships Manager Location: Tower Hamlets, London E3 Job type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: 35 hours per week Salary: £33,000 to £36,400 per annum Benefits: 27 days plus 3 days for Christmas plus bank holidays; all staff get an extra day off for their birthday; Pension contribution made, details on request Closing date: 31st October 2018 Interviews week commencing: 5th November 2018 About the role: As Corporate Partnerships Manager you will support the Director of Fundraising to deliver a significant element of the Centre's overall income. You will play a key role in securing and growing corporate funding, in line with business plan needs and in close collaboration with relevant directors, programme and project managers. They are looking for a dynamic, highly motivated and experienced individual with a proven track record of generating income from corporate partners. About you: They are looking for someone with experience in a relevant fundraising, charity or sales and marketing environment. You will need to be able to demonstrable experience of generating income through effective partnerships in funding and with delivery organisations. You will need experience of using fundraising databases and should also have some financial management experience including budgeting, monitoring and financial procedures The successful candidate will have strong influencing skills with the ability to influence funder expectations and our client's staff to ensure they meet these expectations and you will need excellent communication, interpersonal, written and presentation skills, including communicating with a variety of audiences and experience of writing concise and informative reports both internally and to funders You should have excellent written skills and ability to develop detailed proposals and budgets as well as strong research skills and attention to detail. You will also have the ability to conceptualise and turn ideas into strong project proposals. You will have good analytical skills with strong strategic and innovative thinking and will be able to collaborate and develop strong partnerships. You must be Passionate about community regeneration in East London and the aims of the Bromley by Bow Centre. . You may have experience of the following: Corporate Partnerships Manager, Fundraising Manager, Business Development, Business Development Manager, Corporate Partnerships, Account Manager, Account Management, Relationship Manager, Fundraiser, Fundraising, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not for Profit, Third Sector, etc
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Whiteley, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Support Manager (Domiciliary Care) As the leading autism focused organisation in the region, our client is proud to deliver quality services designed to meet the needs of families, young people and adults with autism. Position: Support Manager - Domiciliary Location: Whiteley, Hampshire (Commutable from Portsmouth, Southampton, Fareham, Winchester and surrounding areas) Job type: Full Time, 1 year Fixed Term Contract Hours: 39 hours per week including breaks Salary: £25,000 per annum + additional earning potential About the role: The Support Manager will lead and work with staff teams to effectively and efficiently provide operational and strategic direction, setting clearly defined work objectives for both yourself and others and to ensure these are successfully achieved within agreed timescales and in line with received directives. With the aim of enabling all people using our client's services to lead a valued and fulfilling life and to maximise their independence and achieve their full potential, ensuring that services are run in an efficient and responsible manner with the ethos of continuous improvement and individual outcome focused support. About you: You will be able to demonstrate experience in managing and developing staff alongside leadership abilities and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You should also have a minimum of 1 years' management experience within the social care sector and hold a minimum Diploma or NVQ level 3 in health & social care. Why work for them: Alongside working in a rewarding and progressive culture they offer: Holiday up to 27 days plus bank holidays and birthday; Contributory Pension Scheme; Occupational Sick Pay scheme; Variety of Learning and Development activities; Family Friendly and Leave initiatives; Reward / recognition schemes; Free eye tests and contribution towards VDU prescriptions; Access to free confidential Employee Assistance Programme (Financial, legal and counselling services); Work related travel expenses. You may have experience of the following: Support Manager, Support Team Leader, Support Worker, Senior Support Worker, Social Care, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, Social Worker, Not for Profit, Healthcare Assistant, Care Worker, Care Manager, Senior Support Worker, etc.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Knaphill, Woking, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Housing & Support Officer (Vulnerable Young People 16+) A truly wonderful opportunity to make a difference to people's lives. Our client is a charity and housing provider. They provide housing and support to more than 1,000 homeless and vulnerable people each year, helping them to develop the skills and confidence to live independently. They have just incorporated Cherchefelle Housing Association which has over 10 years' experience of delivering home based and extra care services. Position: Housing & Support Officer Location: Woking, 24 hour staffed accommodation. (GU21) Contract type: Permanent, Full Time Salary: £21,250 - £24,000 pa (approx.) and additional £2,400 per annum sleep in allowance (approx.) + benefits Closing Date: 31st October2018 Interview Date: 5th November 2018 About the role: The main purpose of this role is to support and empower individuals by providing one to one support which encourages their personal development, whilst effectively managing risk, and assisting them to achieve their goals and live as independently as possible. Reflecting the organisation's values in everything you do, you will be working as part of a team to provide clients with high-quality housing and support services. You will carry out housing management activities such as rent collection, tenancy enforcement, reporting maintenance issues, and undertaking health and safety checks, ensuring a firm but empathetic approach is taken to support clients to maintain their tenancies. About you: You must have six months' experience of working with a number of client groups including young people, homeless people / families, people with mental health problems, or people with learning disabilities. Knowledge and understanding of the benefits system is required, and experience of supported housing would also be an advantage. You must be a professional and confident communicator able to communicate effectively in person, by phone, or in writing with a wide range of people; having the ability also to keep the financial records required for monitoring the collection of weekly charges, arrears, petty cash etc. You will have an understanding of, and commitment to, client consultation thus supporting clients to shape and influence the services provided to them, including the development and review of their individual support plans. You will be able to assess risk, and to empower clients to take informed and appropriate risks while reducing any which could limit their independence. An understanding of safeguarding issues and a commitment to protect all adults and children using or visiting or client's services is also required. Administrative skills and the ability to produce accurate and relevant work is essential, which in turn will require you to have a good level of IT skills, especially (MS Office) Word and Outlook. You must have a full, valid driving licence that will permit your use of manual pool vehicles, as well as the use of your own car for work purposes. You will have the ability to work outside of normal working hours, and to undertake on call duties and sleep-ins. Enhanced DBS clearance will also be required. This role is open to trainees, so no previous experience is required, all you need to have is the desire and aptitude for helping people change their lives. (Starting salary £20,000 pa.) You may have experience of the following: Support Worker, Housing, Vulnerable People, Charities, Social Worker, Community Development, Volunteer, Housing Support Worker, Challenging Behaviour, Third Sector, Residential Care Worker, Charity, Voluntary Sector etc. This vacancy is being advertised by Easy Web Recruitment, the UK's leading Online Recruitment Agency. The services advertised by Easy Web Recruitment are those of an employment agency. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, or belief, and we confirm that we will gladly accept all applications.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Exmouth EX8, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Support Worker Would you like a meaningful job that makes a difference, with flexibility and real potential for growth? Our client is an organisation that provides a range of housing and varied support services to vulnerable people. Their aim is to support people in achieving their full potential. They are currently going through a large period of growth and have vacancies for Relief Support Workers. Position: Relief Support Worker Location: Exmouth, Exeter & East Devon Job type: Relief Hours Hours: Variable to include evenings, weekends and sleep-in shifts Salary: £10.22 per hour Closing date: 29th October 2018 About the role: As a Relief Support Worker, you will provide ad-hoc shift cover for their Support Workers across their Exeter & East Devon Mental Health Services. Their Relief bank provides essential cover at their services when Support Workers are on annual leave, training or off sick. Their services include St Andrew's House (Exmouth) which comprises of a 6-bed CQC regulated Care Unit and 11-bed supported housing, Bridge House which is a 4-bed community house and a Floating Support Service across Exeter & East Devon. About you: You will need a patient and calm professional manner and a fair and non-discriminatory, non-judgemental approach. Proven experience of effectively providing support to clients (preferably clients with mental health difficulties) and working with clients who are difficult to engage is essential, as are good I.C.T., administration and communication skills. Ability to work flexible hours to include evenings, weekends and sleep-in shifts will be required, as is the ability to travel effectively within the geographical location of East Devon. A Disclosure and Barring Service Enhanced Certificate will be required for these roles. As an equal opportunities employer, our client welcomes applications from all sections of the community. You may have experience of the following: Relief Support Worker, Relief Worker, Support Worker, Care Worker, Healthcare Assistant, Social Worker, Care Assistant, Support Work, Link Work, Mental Health Work, Recovery Work, Housing Association, Supported Housing, Charity, NFP, Not for Profit, Third Sector etc.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Leicester, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Gas Team Leader Our client's vision is for Leicester City to be a dynamic and forward-looking community for education and learning, providing the best quality experiences for children and young people to grow up, learn, develop and achieve. Position: Gas Team Leader Location: Leicester, Leicestershire Job type: Full Time, Permanent Salary: £34,106 to £37,107 per annum Closing date: 28 October 2018 About the role: They are looking for a Gas Team Leader who will assist the Gas & Heating Services Manager. You will work alongside other Gas Team Leaders as part of the management team where you will manage a team of Gas & Heating Engineers, all of whom maintain all Gas appliances & heating systems within our housing stock (circa 20,000 properties). Your role will be to ensure this is done with both efficiency and great customer care, whilst also ensuring the Authority is fully compliant with its Legal obligations as a landlord. About you: - ACS CCN1 and core elements - Knowledge of Health and Safety requirements - Knowledge of Gas Safety Regulations and requirements - Evidence of working in a customer focused environment - Experience in supervising gas engineers - Knowledge and experience of domestic gas installations and controls - Full UK Driving Licence with access to own vehicle to efficiently undertake work across the city You may have experience of the following: Gas & Heating Team Leader, Gas Engineer, Gas Team Leader, Gas Safety, Gas Servicing, Housing Association, Social Housing, Local Government etc
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Cheshire, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Care Assistant (Days) Our client is a development-led care home operator providing 'New Generation' care facilities. This unique offering from a construction company and care company working as one, ensures the homes they design and build, compliment the exceptional care they provide. Position: Care Assistant - Days Location: Chester, Cheshire, CH3 5SY Job type: Full Time, Various Contracts Available (Part Time and Full Time) Hours: 07:45am to 20:00pm Salary: £7.83 per hours with paid handover About the role: Our client's stunning care centre, Grosvenor Manor opened in March 2018 and is registered to provide care to 82 residents, with a variety of care needs, including residential, nursing and dementia. Due to continued success and increased occupancy, they are now seeking to recruit experienced Care Assistants, to join the dedicated day team. Candidates should have confidence in delivering exceptional care, enabling the residents to enjoy quality of life. About you: - Experience at Care Assistant level in a care environment is preferable - Care certificate of equivalent or a willingness to achieve this in the first 12 months of employment - Evidence of good care practice knowledge relating to the care of older people - Demonstrate a sound knowledge of the 6 principles of care and how they underpin the delivery of care in a residential / Nursing setting You may have experience of the following: Care Assistant, Care worker, Carer, Health Care Assistant, Support Worker, Nurses, Social Care Worker, Disability Assistant, Case Worker, Support Worker, Customer Support, Social Worker, Mental Health Care Worker, Community Nurse, Community Support Worker etc. This position is subject to a DBS check.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Lytham Saint Annes FY8, UK
Oct 18, 2018
Full time
Care Assistant (Days) Our client is a development-led care home operator providing 'New Generation' care facilities. This unique offering from a construction company and care company working as one, ensures the homes they design and build, compliment the exceptional care they provide. Position: Care Assistant - Days Location: Lytham St Annes, Lancashire (Commutable from Blackpool, Preston, Blackburn and surrounding areas) Job type: Full Time, Varied Contracts Available (Part Time and Full Time) Hours: 07:45am to 20:00pm Salary: £8.00 per hour with paid handover About the role: Their stunning care centre, The Hamptons, opened in September 2017 and is registered to provide care to 76 residents, with a variety of care needs, including residential, nursing and dementia. Due to continued success and increased occupancy levels, they are now seeking to recruit experienced Care Assistants, to join the dedicated day team. Candidates should have confidence in delivering exceptional care, enabling the residents to enjoy quality of life. About you: - Experience at Care Assistant level in a care environment is preferable - Care certificate of equivalent or a willingness to achieve this in the first 12 months of employment - Evidence of good care practice knowledge relating to the care of older people - Demonstrate a sound knowledge of the 6 principles of care and how they underpin the delivery of care in a residential / Nursing setting You may have experience of the following: Care Assistant, Care worker, Carer, Health Care Assistant, Support Worker, Nurses, Social Care Worker, Disability Assistant, Case Worker, Support Worker, Customer Support, Social Worker, Mental Health Care Worker, Community Nurse, Community Support Worker etc. This position is subject to a DBS check.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Bedford, UK
Oct 17, 2018
Full time
Support Coordinator They are the UK's leading charity dedicated to conquering stroke. There are over 1.2 million stroke survivors in the UK. Almost two thirds have a disability and one third rely on others for help, making stroke one of the biggest causes of disability. They are continually working to improve the lives of stroke survivors and their families who deserve the very best treatment and care. They deliver amazing, life-changing support to over 60,000 stroke survivors and their families each year. They also fund research to find better treatments, campaign for better care and help people understand how to spot and prevent stroke. This work is made possible by more than 4,000 talented volunteers and staff, their fantastic supporters and their strong relationships with the clinical and research community. They work with integrity, demonstrating their values as one combined passionate, innovative, respectful and professional team. Together we can conquer stroke. Position: Support Coordinator Locations: Office based in Bedford Job Types: Fixed term until 31 March 2019 with the possibility of extension (Their services are contracted; they currently have funding for this contract until 31 March 2019). Hours: 35 hours per week Salary circa £23,000 per annum Closing Date: 23 October 2018 Interview Date: 31 October 2018 in Bedford About the role: They are looking for an innovative, passionate and professional individual with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to join their busy stroke support team in Bedford. The role will be office based in their Bedford office with regular travel across the Borough. Reporting to the Support Manager, the Support Coordinator will support new stroke survivors and their carers from hospital discharge into the community. The coordinator will provide personalised information, advice and support. In addition, you will support clients to make informed lifestyle changes which will help them to prevent further strokes About you: You will ideally have a background in a caring profession with experience of supporting people with disabilities. As you will be accountable for volunteers, experience of recruiting and managing volunteers would be an advantage. You will also have experience of setting up and running support groups. You will have excellent IT skills and demonstrate a flexible approach to your role. The use of your own car and the ability to drive to fulfil the travel requirements of the role is essential. This is an exciting opportunity to work with stroke survivors and their families to support them following stroke and to raise stroke awareness in the local population. You may have experience of the following: Communication Support Coordinator, Service Coordinator, Health Care, Stroke Recovery, Third Sector, Charity, Charities, NFP, Not for Profit, Support Coordinator, Advice, Support Coordinator etc.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT London, UK
Oct 17, 2018
Full time
Support Worker (Learning Disabilities) Our client provides care, support and housing in London for people who may be homeless, have a learning disability or a mental health need. Their aim is to provide a safe and secure environment to help people recover and maximise their potential. Their services place people at the heart of their communities and help them to develop the skills to live independent lives in the way they choose. Our client works with local people in an environment that promotes and embraces diversity and the differences that make people individuals. Thieir customers have often had previous experiences of disadvantage, prejudice and discrimination. They ensure that they work with everyone in a way that respects and promotes choice, privacy and dignity. Position: Learning Disability Support Worker Location: London Contract type: Full Time, Permanent Hours: 40 hours per week (actual hours depend on the requirements of the service and the 24 hour shift pattern applicable to the post, including sleepovers, weekends and anti-social hours) Salary: Starting salary £19,000, rising to £22,000 per annum inclusive of London Weighting Benefits: 25 annual leave days, plus bank holidays, pension scheme About the Role: The Support Worker will work as part of a team enabling people with learning disabilities and complex needs to settle into their new flats in the community. You will support the customer/s to adjust and to build skills that enable them to live as independently as possible. You will support the customer/s to develop and expand their life skills so that they can lead full and active lives within the community. The post holder will be a member of a Key Team supporting an identified individual, but will be required to work with other customer/s as the needs of the service demand. About You: The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate knowledge of Person Centred Working and experience of working with challenging behaviours. You will also be able to demonstrate flexibility in approach to the needs of customer/s being supported, enabling them to take control of their lives. Experience of working with adults with complex needs, which may include learning disability, autistic spectrum condition, complex challenging behaviour, mental health problems and forensic histories is also essential. Additionally, you will have an ability to work effectively with customer/s whose behaviours are described as challenging (physical and verbal) and experience of enabling customers to work through crisis situations both at home and out in the community with appropriate support. Experience of enabling customers to develop the skills and confidence needed to live as independently as possible is essential, as is experience of identifying the support needs of customers and of developing and implementing individualised support plans to meet their needs. You will also have experience of having been a key worker and having undertaken risk assessments. You will have knowledge and understanding of, and commitment to, safeguarding vulnerable adults and children and experience of promoting and supporting the development of independent living skills and of supporting customers appropriately with their personal care. You must be able to work on a 24 hour rolling shift pattern which includes days, evenings, weekends and sleepovers and occasionally supporting customers on holiday if this is required. You may have experience of the following: Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Social Care, Healthcare Assistant, Healthcare Worker, Care Worker, Care Staff, Charity, Charities, Third Sector, NFP, Not for Profit etc.
EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT Southampton, UK
Oct 17, 2018
Full time
Support Worker (Residential / Supported Living) As the leading autism focused organisation in the region, our client are proud to deliver quality services designed to meet the needs of families, young people and adults with autism. Position: Support Worker Location: Southampton or Gosport areas, Hampshire Job type: Full Time, Part Time, Flexible Permanent or As and when Salary: Up to £18,000 per annum dependent on skills and qualifications in potential earnings including overtime Benefits: Up to 27 days leave, occupational sick pay, birthday leave, pension, employee awards and recognition About the role: Are you inspiring, committed, motivated and flexible in attitude, of warm personality with a calming compassionate approach? They have fantastic opportunities for Full time Support Workers to play a key part in assisting the adults they support within the community and residential settings. They have job opportunities available in their supported living service in Southampton Harcourt & Whitworth homes. Their Support is delivered in ways that promote and empower individuals to develop life skills that enable a greater independence and personal choice. About you: Your approach will be person-centred with the ability to calmly manage challenging situations, demonstrate empathy with others and adapt easily to change. Out full-time posts work to a shift rota pattern including early mornings, evenings, weekends, sleep-ins and bank holiday. They also have part-time flexible hours available for example to suit the school run or students wishing to earn during the evening or weekend. Due to the physical and vulnerable nature of the people they serve and the need to support individuals safely this role can be both physically and emotionally demanding. However, they consider that the enormous rewards and satisfaction of supporting people to achieve their goals outweigh such demands. Experience of autism, learning disabilities, non-verbal communication and working with challenging behaviours is desirable; however, they provide a superb comprehensive mandatory training programme to all staff which supports their knowledge and development of essential skills to do a good job. They will support you in achieving the Care Certificate and Health and Social Care qualifications via apprenticeships. A Driving License is desirable. You may have experience of the following: Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Healthcare Assistant, Residential Support Worker, Supported Living Worker, Charity, Third Sector, NFP, Not for Profit, etc.