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Family Support Worker (Child Dynamix)

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Deadline 24th January

37 hours per week

Contract initially to 31.03.2021, (continuation subject to funding)

Salary SCP 21 – 24, £10.95 – £11.94 per hour

Competitive holiday entitlement

They are looking for someone who:

  • Has as a minimum relevant Level 3 qualification in early years, social care, education or youth and community work
  • Has experience of lead working family support for children and their families including arranging TAF meetings and working closely with partner agencies
  • Has experience of assessing need, developing and managing support plans.
  • Has excellent communication skills
  • Has ability to use own initiative, work independently and as part of a team
  • Ideally trained to deliver Family Links Nurturing or Incredible Years

Closing date for requesting an application pack: 3pm Friday 24th January 2020

Closing date for returning applications: 12 noon Monday 27th January 2020

Interviews: W/C 10th February 2020

For an application form please contact the reception team on 01482 221425

Or Jane Lambert – Child Dynamix, 95 Preston Road, Hull, HU9 3QB

E-mail: jane.lambert@childdynamix.co.uk  Tel: 01482 221425

Children’s Support Worker with Barnardo’s – As & When Contract

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Deadline 28th February

Barnardo’s DSI Service has been providing support to children & young people with a disability & their families across the region for a number of years.

They are looking to appoint a bank of Support Workers to provide support to young people with a disability or learning difficulty, aged 0-25 years, and their families across the East Riding of Yorkshire. Workers should be highly motivated & have a passion for engaging, supporting & empowering young people & their families.

They are looking for people with a flexible approach to working, as the hours available are predominately early mornings, evenings, weekends & school holidays. You will be required to meet the medical, physical, emotional & personal needs of the young people. This may include personal care such as feeding/toileting, showering etc.

The rate of pay is £9 per per hour (plus rolled up annual leave) In addition to this mileage is currently paid at 40p per mile & 45p per mile when transporting a young person or colleague.

You will receive full induction to the role & you will be provided with a comprehensive training package including, first aid, safeguarding, care of medicines & any other child specific requirements.

For further details & to apply please visit the Barnardo’s website (opens in a new tab)

Social Worker – Substance Misuse (ADS Hull)

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Deadline 31st January

Salary: £21914 – £26740
Job Ref: 283
Location: Hull

The successful candidate will demonstrate expert and effective practice in complex situations, assessing and managing levels of risk. They will manage a complex caseload and offer an expert social work opinion and advice to others.

The successful candidate will be a qualified and registered Social Worker who has evidenced experience of working with substance misusers or substance misuse treatment approaches.

The ASYE programme is provided to newly qualified social workers.

For more information and to apply go to the ADS website (opens in a new tab)

Access & Liaison Case Manager (ADS Doncaster)

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Deadline 6th February

Salary: £21914 – £26740
Job Ref: 284
Location: Doncaster Royal Infirmary, Doncaster

ADS currently have an exciting opportunity based at Doncaster Royal Infirmary to support individuals who misuse substances to access treatment.

The successful candidate will offer early engagement to people who use substances and support them to enter treatment services, by providing therapeutic interventions to reduce acute admissions.

The successful candidate will have a professional qualification or degree in a related subject and evidenced experience of working with substance misusers or substance misuse treatment
approaches.

The service will be available 7 days a week between 7am and 11pm, therefore the successful candidate must be prepared to work on a rota basis

For more information and to apply go to ADS (opens in a new tab)

 

2 Support Time Recovery Workers

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37 Hours per week

£18,795 – £19,554 per annum

1 position will be Hull based and 1 position will be Scunthorpe based – with travel throughout the Humber region

Ref: ER206

This is a new partnership project with Leeds Community Health Liaison and Diversion Service providing a seamless link with police custody healthcare services across Humberside.

They are looking for highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals to join this new mental health service serving Humberside as Support Time Recovery Workers.

The Support Time Recovery Workers will provide essential outreach, co-ordination and hand holding to service users who have care plans in place. They will provide Support, give Time to an allocated group of service users and aim to promote Recovery within community settings across Humberside.

You must hold a full UK driving licence and have access to a vehicle to undertake this role

For more information and to apply click here (opens in a new tab)

Project Co-ordinator (Community Growing)

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Deadline 10th February

Hours of Work:  37 hours per week (with the occasional evenings and weekends)

Salary: £22,000

Duration of Post:  Rolling contract

Closing Date: Monday 10th February 2020

Interview Date:  Thursday 20th February 2020

Application:  To apply for this post please send your CV, cover letter and the names and emails of two referees to jan@emsyorkshire.co.uk by 12 noon on Monday 10th February 2020.  References will only be contacted after successful interview.  Please ensure you specifically detail how you meet the person specifications in your covering letter.

A full UK driving license is essential for this role, please include this in your CV.

Job Purpose:

  • Working with residents/interested parties to design and build community allotment/growing spaces (including in back gardens) in and around the Hull area
  • To work with schools to develop growing spaces and deliver environmentally themed education projects
  • Recruit and supervise volunteers
  • To work with partner organisations on food related projects
  • To assist with the delivery of EMS projects including The Hull Community Shop and Freedom Food Ready Meals

For more information and a full job description and person sepc contact Jan@emsyorkshire.co.uk

Crime Awareness and Safety Action (CASA) Project Workers

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Deadline 24th January

Project Workers – 2 Posts

Fixed-Term (One Year) Part-Time Vacancies 

Open Doors is looking to appoint two part-time project workers for the above positions, to start work as soon as arrangements can be made.

These positions have become available as a result of grant-funding from the Community Safety Partnership Grant.

This is designed to help communities become safer places by reducing the likelihood of individuals becoming involved in, or victims of, crime.

Each post is for 6 hours per week and the rate of pay is £10.00 per hour.

If you are interested, please ask for an application form and further details and an application form from the Project Co-ordinator, Bashir Siraj opendoorshull@live.co.uk;

Contact phone: 01482345132, 07986314490/07913120198

The closing date for applications is Friday, 24th January 2020.

Interviews will take place in February.

Flamborough Project Officer (Conservation) Vacancy

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Deadline 21st January

Job Term: Fixed Term (funded to September 2021)
Appointment Type: Full time
Days of work: Monday – Friday
Hours per week: 37
Service Area: Planning and Economic Regeneration
Place of Work: County Hall , Beverley

Our distinctive coastline supports a unique and diverse array of wildlife and habitats.  The ever-pounding North Sea has created an extensive network of sea caves, bays and coves around Flamborough’s iconic headland, whilst the sub-tidal chalk reef provides habitat for important shellfish species and swathes of kelp forest.  During the summer months, the sheer cliffs around Flamborough and Filey teem with almost half a million seabirds squabbling for space to raise their chicks, creating the UK’s largest mainland breeding seabird colony.  Here you can see species like puffins, razorbills and gannets fly above the waves whilst porpoise, seals and minke whales skim the water’s surface.

The marine protected area around Flamborough and Filey exists to protect this internationally-important place for wildlife, with unique geology, habitats and species.  A partnership of organisations work together to maintain appropriate management of the area, ensure its protection and improve our understanding of the coastal ecosystem.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to support this work, engage with stakeholders and contribute to the ongoing conservation of the Flamborough Head European Marine Site (EMS).

As Flamborough Project Officer, you will have a key role in facilitating the management and conservation of the site through:

  • Working closely with regulatory bodies, local authorities and wider stakeholders to ensure the delivery of the established EMS Management Plan;
  • Supporting authorities in meeting their statutory duties towards the site, providing advice and expertise as appropriate;
  • Progressing management of the protected area through engaging with the work of local non-governmental organisations and other user groups;
  • Representing the partnership on external bodies and networks.

To achieve this, you will be a self-motivated individual with excellent communication skills and experience of partnership working.  You will have a good understanding of marine ecosystem management and conservation, with a knowledge of relevant legislation and policies.  You should be comfortable with working independently to meet objectives whilst being an effective team-player, able to support and engage with a wide range of organisations.

To apply for this position, please submit your CV with a covering letter demonstrating why you are right for the role and how you meet the essential criteria listed in the employee specification.

The post will be based at County Hall, Beverley, but will require a significant amount of time to be spent on site around Flamborough and Filey.  Further travel will be required across the county and beyond to attend and support meetings and relevant stakeholder events.

Closing date: 26th January 2020
Interview date: TBC

For more information and to apply go here and search using the vacancy title

Family Support Worker with Child Dynamix

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Deadline 6th January

37 hours per week

Contract initially to 31.03.2021, (continuation subject to funding)

Salary SCP 21 – 24, £10.95 – £11.94 per hour

Child Dynamix are looking to recruit a highly motivated and skilled professional to join our Family Support team working from Little Stars Children’s Centre. The successful candidate will specifically champion the needs of children and their families through a range of services and support.

They are looking for someone who:

  • Has as a minimum relevant Level 3 qualification in early years, social care, education or youth and community work
  • Has experience of lead working family support for children and their families including arranging TAF meetings and working closely with partner agencies
  • Has experience of assessing need, developing and managing support plans.
  • Has excellent communication skills
  • Has ability to use own initiative, work independently and as part of a team
  • Ideally trained to deliver Family Links Nurturing or Incredible Years

Closing date for requesting an application pack: 3pm Monday 6th January 2020

Closing date for returning applications: 12 noon Wednesday 8th January 2020

Interviews: W/C 20th January 2020

For an application form please contact the reception team on 01482 221425 or e-mail: jane.lambert@childdynamix.co.uk

You can also download an application form from their website

Creative Director – Artlink, Hull

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Deadline 3rd Janunary

Artlink are seeking a new Creative Director to further develop its socially-focused arts programmes and take the organisation to the next stage in its development.

The Creative Director is the chief executive officer of Artlink. The Creative Director is responsible for senior leadership of the organisation, supported by an excellent team.

For further details of the job and how to apply visit the Artlink website.

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