Job Vacancies

Post 1: Support Worker (37 hours per week) £16,500 per annum 

Post 2: Support Worker (30 hours per week) £13,378 per annum  

Sustain Wakefield provides housing related (floating) support to people who are at risk of homelessness to enable them to keep and maintain their housing. We support Service Users to enhance and develop skills to sustain their own independent accommodation and undertake meaningful occupation such as employment, education and training, peer mentoring and peer support.

A successful candidate will :

  • Be passionate about working with people to ensure they have the support necessary to aspire to and achieve their fullest potential.
  • Believe change is possible
  • Work with integrity and respect
  • Be able to recognise people’s strengths and work to those strengths 
  • Have proven experience of planning and delivering support with the people that need the support.

You must have particular regard to Safeguarding, Risk Assessment, Risk Management and development and implementation of support plans designed to provide meaningful choice and support to service users, ensuring they can obtain and access services to facilitate their move on to independent living.

An application pack can be downloaded from the links below alternatively email jobs@turninglivesaround.co.uk or call 0113 276 0616.  For more information about the posts prior to submitting an application please speak to the Pathway Coordinator, Nikeisha Bragger or Senior Support Co-ordinator Gemma Hey on 01924 764 078.

Closing date for completed application forms is: 12 noon Monday 4th February 2019. 
Proposed interviews date 13th & 14th February 2019

Turning Lives Around (TLA) is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all children, young people and adults. TLA will take all reasonable steps to promote safe practice and protect children, young people and adults from harm, abuse and exploitation. Any appointment will be subject to the receipt of a satisfactory references and enhanced DBS check

                                                       

 


 

SENIOR NURSERY NURSE TERM TIME ONLY
1 YEAR CONTRACT TO COVER MATERNITY LEAVE FROM 1 MARCH 2019

Flowerpots Day Nursery are looking to recruit an experienced Nursery Nurse looking to progress in their career, to the above post on a 1 year Contract. You will have a relevant childcare qualification minimum Level 3 and a minimum of 2 years post qualifying experience in an early year’s environment.

You will also have the following proven experience, skills and knowledge and have positive attitudes to:

  • Communicating confidently with a  wide range of people
  • Working with young children in a positive way
  • Working independently and managing your own time efficiently
  • Supervising and training staff
  • Be able to use a computer
  • Commitment to equal opportunities and diversity
  • Commitment to partnership with families and external agencies.
  • Be flexible and motivated in your own practice
  • Have knowledge and experience of working within and implementing the EYFS framework
  • Experience and knowledge of and involvement in Ofsted Inspections and standards.
  • Understanding, promoting and working within Child Safeguarding policies and procedures

If you wish to apply for the role please submit a CV and a statement of interest identifying the reasons why you feel you are the right person for this role. Your statement should include your skills, knowledge and experience.

Please submit your electronic CV and statement of interest ASAP to

Tracy Clegg
Nursery Manager
tclegg@flowerpots.org.uk

Or for further information contact Tracy Clegg on 0113 270 8316

A job description can be downloaded from the link below, alternatively, email jobs@turninglivesaround.co.uk

 

 


 

Post: Volunteer & Peer Development Coordinator (24 hours per week)
Salary: Pro rata £19,338.87 per annum (pro rata salary £12,554 per annum)

 

Sustain Wakefield provides housing related (floating) support to people who are at risk of homelessness to enable them to keep and maintain their housing. We support Service Users to enhance and develop skills to sustain their own independent accommodation and undertake meaningful occupation such as employment, education and training, peer mentoring, volunteering and peer support.

A successful candidate will;

  • Be passionate about working with people to ensure they have the support necessary to aspire to and achieve their fullest potential.
  • Be creative, proactive and have the ability to motivate and support a diverse group of people
  • Be able to work effectively with voluntary and statutory agencies
  • Believe change is possible
  • Work with integrity and respect
  • Be able to recognise people’s strengths and work to those strengths 
  • Have proven experience of supporting and supervising volunteers, students, peer supporters

You must have particular regard to Safeguarding, Risk Assessment, Risk Management and a good understanding of the diverse needs of individuals that you will be working with. Volunteering, peer support and befriending is an integral part of the service and you will be required to ensure all Service users have the opportunity to access this as part of their wider support package.

An application pack can be downloaded from the links below alternatively, email jobs@turninglivesaround.co.uk or call 0113 276 0616.  For more information about the post prior to submitting an application please speak to the Pathway Coordinator, Nikeisha Bragger or Senior Support Co-ordinator Gemma Hey on 01924 764 078.

Closing date for completed application forms is: Monday 11th February 2019 at 12 noon
Proposed interviews date: Wednesday 20th February2019

Turning Lives Around (TLA) is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all children, young people and adults. TLA will take all reasonable steps to promote safe practice and protect children, young people and adults from harm, abuse and exploitation. Any appointment will be subject to the receipt of satisfactory references and enhanced DBS check