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Housing Officer (Supported Housing Services)

Centrepoint

Barnsley
9 days ago
Barnsley
9 days ago

Supported Housing Officer, Barnsley

Permanent, Full-time (37.5 hours per week)

Salary scale: £20,353 to £24,379 (dependent on experience)

Closing Date: Tuesday 2nd March

Are you passionate about supporting young people to achieve their potential? Do you want to work in a challenging, team focused and rewarding environment? Have you got the drive to support a young person on their journey to independence? Do you have the skills to engage hard to reach young people?

This role is perfect for individuals who have experience of working with vulnerable people in a supportive setting including supported housing, social care, health care or a related area. We also welcome applications from experienced practitioners.

Centrepoint is the UK's leading charity for homeless young people. We provide a range of accommodation based and floating support services to vulnerable young people across London and the North East. Our vision is to end youth homelessness but until then we will continue to provide young people with a place to call home, tailored support and the opportunity to build the skills needed to sustain independent living.

We are looking for a Supported Housing Officer to join our excellent Support & Housing team in our Barnsley supported housing services, known as Quarry View.


What you’ll be doing...

  • Maximise rental income and minimise void loss
  • Effective delivery of Centrepoint’s support model through key work sessions
  • Adherence in service to contractual obligations
  • Keep young people safe whilst living in a Centrepoint Service
  • Support caseload of young people to improve life skills and access training opportunities

What we’d be looking for from you...

  • Experience working with young and/or vulnerable children and adults
  • Ability to positively engage with young people
  • Able to identify, develop and maintain strong, effective and beneficial partnerships with all relevant external agencies
  • Ability to manage workload to meet a range of conflicting deadlines
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and numeracy skills
  • A strong and demonstrable commitment to promoting Centrepoint’s approach to equality and diversity in all work undertaken.

 

What we offer in return...

In return for your efforts you’ll receive a competitive salary, excellent training and development, and a host of staff benefits including:

  • 25 days of annual leave per year, rising by one day per year to a maximum of 27 days
  • Excellent training package to ensure you have the skills and knowledge to build a new career
  • Employer pension contributions of 4%
  • Clear career progressions, linked to portfolio work, that enables movement up the pay scale
  • Access to Cycle 2 Work loan scheme
  • An interest-free travel loan

 

We seek to challenge discrimination and are committed to fairness and equality within Centrepoint. We welcome applications from anyone with direct experience of being homeless or using young people's services.

To apply for this role, please submit your CV with a supporting statement setting out how you meet the criteria listed in the job description

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Senior Community Mental Health Practitioner

National Health Service

Leeds, Yorkshire
1 day ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
1 day ago
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 173-03921-COMM-A

Employer:
Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Community Mental Health Team ( Adult working age)
Location:
Leeds
Salary:
£31,365 - £37,890 pa

All references should be directed through the Employers HR Department wherever possible to comply with NHS Check Standards. Please ensure that a HR address/email is provided for each referee named.


The Community Mental Health Teams in Leeds are looking for skilled and highly motivated practitioners with relevant Core Professional Qualification – ie Registered MH Nurse, Registered LD Nurse, BSc, Dip social Worker, DipCoT.

The posts require you to work with people between the ages of 18 up to 65 years.

There is an established professional development structure within the Care Group and a clear supervision structure. We are committed to supporting the post holders’ development via an annual appraisal and development plan.

As a Band 6 you will work as a Care Coordinator and be an integral part of the Community Mental Health Team. You will undertake shared roles and responsibilities such as initial assessments, care co-ordination and team duty. In addition you will be required to carry out specific assessments and interventions. You will be expected to develop and deliver complex service user focussed Care Plans and provide excellent packages of care, further supported by a Multi-Disciplinary Team and Formulation process. You will also be expected to employ leadership within your role and will provide Clinical Supervision, Preceptorship and support to junior colleagues. Student education and support is inherent to this role.

We require a motivated person with good initiative and organisational skills. You will be clear about the role of recovery and have a positive attitude towards community care, delivered through a responsive and flexible approach. We expect excellent interpersonal and team working skills and a commitment to your own and others personal and professional development. You will have a positive and caring attitude towards service-users and will be keen to contribute to service development.

Community Mental Health Teams provide a Monday to Friday service with the core hours being 9am to 5pm and you will be expected to work within these time frames.

**Please note that whilst the employee specification attached to the Job Advert covers the Care Coordinator post generally, there are also some slight variations on the attached Job Descriptions, these variations relate to your professional registration, based on whether you are an **Social Worker or Nurse respectively**

For further details / informal visits contact:

David Hamer, Clinical Team Manager, on 07980970282



All applications submitted will be held by TRAC.systems and the Trust Resourcing team. If you are unsuccessful at interview your details will be held for a further 6 months and then deleted.

***Please note that from 1st July 2018, all new employees will be required to pay for their DBS Check, and to subscribe to the DBS Update Service.***

If a DBS Check is required for your role the Trust will administer the DBS check on your behalf and will recover the cost of the DBS check (Enhanced Check £48 or Standard Check £30) by way of deductions from your salary over the first 3 consecutive months of employment with the Trust. As a condition of your employment you will also be required to register with and to participate in the DBS Update Service, and will be responsible for maintaining payment, and subscription to the DBS Update Service (£13 annual payment).DBS checks for volunteers remain free of charge.

NHS staff from the Yorkshire and Humber region designated ‘at risk of redundancy’ will, wherever possible be offered an interview, provided that they demonstrate that they meet all the essential shortlisting criteria of the post. If you are ‘at risk of redundancy’ or ‘affected by change’ please make it clear on your application.

The Trust reserves the right to close the vacancy before the closing date.
In view of Home Office Immigration Regulations all applicants must state their current immigration status, including expiry dates.
In submitting an application form, you authorise Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust to confirm any previous NHS service details via the ESR IAT process should you be appointed to the post.

The Trust currently pays a non-consolidated supplement in order that all our staff receive the equivalent of the Living Wage Foundation Rate.

Please note: The Trust does not offer reimbursement of interview expenses.

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Liaison Mental Health Practitioner

National Health Service

ALPS Team, Yorkshire
4 days ago
ALPS Team, Yorkshire
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
4 days ago
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 173-09721-LPS

Employer:
Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
ALPS
Location:
ALPS Team, Leeds
Salary:
£31,365 - £37,890 pa

All references should be directed through the Employers HR Department wherever possible to comply with NHS Check Standards. Please ensure that a HR address/email is provided for each referee named.


This is an exciting opportunity for a 12 month secondment, working within the expanding and dynamic
Acute Liaison Psychiatry Service (ALPS) based at the heart of St James University Hospital A&E
department.
The ALPS team serves two hospital sites under Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust (LTHT); St James
University Hospital and Leeds General Infirmary. The service receives all mental health referrals and
delivers assessments to both acute hospitals Accident and Emergency Departments. In addition the
service model provides self-harm assessments to all the medical and surgical wards within the acute
trust.
The driver to provide the ALPS service model is to reduce admissions to the Clinical Decisions Units
within Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust and to conduct more timely assessments to those admitted to
medical inpatient areas of LTHT following an act of self-harm.
ALPS provide comprehensive mental health and risk assessments to those referred, following which
plans are formulated. As a service we work closely with medical colleagues from LTHT to ensure
continuity of care, effective communication and support and advice is provided across both trusts.
We receive support from a part time consultant liaison psychiatrist who provides 2 weekly supervision to
the team. There is also an on-call rota of senior liaison psychiatrists and conduct both lone and joint
assessments.
As a service we also provide teaching sessions to non-mental health staff in order to provide a broader
understanding and awareness regarding mental health presentations, in turn enabling them to respond
to mental health needs more effectively.
For this role you will be a compassionate and person centred clinician who can carry out comprehensive
mental health and risk assessments to a high standard through excellent communication and risk
management skills and have the confidence to assess complex clinical issues in a busy, demanding yet
rewarding environment.
We welcome applicants with either a mental health nursing/social worker/occupational therapist
background with experience in mental health care.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Donna Hanson - 07980968712/0113 8556617 dhanson@nhs.net



All applications submitted will be held by TRAC.systems and the Trust Resourcing team. If you are unsuccessful at interview your details will be held for a further 6 months and then deleted.

***Please note that from 1st July 2018, all new employees will be required to pay for their DBS Check, and to subscribe to the DBS Update Service.***

If a DBS Check is required for your role the Trust will administer the DBS check on your behalf and will recover the cost of the DBS check (Enhanced Check £48 or Standard Check £30) by way of deductions from your salary over the first 3 consecutive months of employment with the Trust. As a condition of your employment you will also be required to register with and to participate in the DBS Update Service, and will be responsible for maintaining payment, and subscription to the DBS Update Service (£13 annual payment).DBS checks for volunteers remain free of charge.

NHS staff from the Yorkshire and Humber region designated ‘at risk of redundancy’ will, wherever possible be offered an interview, provided that they demonstrate that they meet all the essential shortlisting criteria of the post. If you are ‘at risk of redundancy’ or ‘affected by change’ please make it clear on your application.

The Trust reserves the right to close the vacancy before the closing date.
In view of Home Office Immigration Regulations all applicants must state their current immigration status, including expiry dates.
In submitting an application form, you authorise Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust to confirm any previous NHS service details via the ESR IAT process should you be appointed to the post.

The Trust currently pays a non-consolidated supplement in order that all our staff receive the equivalent of the Living Wage Foundation Rate.

Please note: The Trust does not offer reimbursement of interview expenses.

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Support Worker

Equals One LTD

Leeds, Yorkshire
2 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
£17.394k - £17.394k Per Year
2 days ago
£17.394k - £17.394k Per Year

Support Worker

Salary: £ 17,394 

Full time 37.5 hours per week

Leeds

Do you love helping people to live fulfilling lives, get involved in their community and make a difference? If so, you could be the person for us. We are looking for passionate and dedicated Support Workers who want to help us make a difference to our service users in our learning disability service.

You will undertake a wide range of key tasks which will include assisting residents with personal care, cooking, domestic duties, going out and having fun.  You will need great written and verbal communication skills, be willing to be flexible and attend our excellent training and development programme.

You will be required to work any five days out of seven, including early mornings, evenings, weekends and Bank holidays (Enhanced rate).  You may be required to undertake sleep in duties, for which an additional allowance is paid.

Desirable Criteria

  • NVQ Level 2 / Diploma in Health & Social Care - anyone who does not have NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care must be prepared to do the Care Certificate within their induction period
  • Experience of learning disability support/care work

CV’s are accepted however you also must complete an application form and request a job specification so you can evidence the essential criteria for the role.

If you are shortlisted you will be contacted directly, if you do not hear from us within 3 weeks of your application, it can be assumed that unfortunately, your application was unsuccessful on this occasion.

LJWB is committed to making any necessary reasonable adjustments to the job role and the working environment so that disabled people have access to job opportunities or current employees can continue to work should they develop a disabling condition.

Please note we will only consider applications from candidates who are eligible to work in the UK and all appointments are subject to receipt of satisfactory references & DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) check.

No agencies

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Support Worker

Exemplar Health Care

Leeds, Yorkshire
3 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
3 days ago
Support Worker - Nights only
When registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.

Support Worker

Location – Copperfields (LS9)

Nights only

Various hours, 24, 36, 42 or 48 per week

If you are an exceptionally caring person you will want to work in our exceptional new home! You will soon see that we are not a standard nursing home but a bespoke person centred care home and our staffing level reflects that we are able to go the extra mile every day.

Our home provides care for 32 younger adults with a range of complex needs including neuro-disabilities and mental health conditions. We expect nurse support worker ratio to be 1 nurse and 5 or6 support workers to 10 residents, dependant on the individual need of the person in our care.

Hours: Full-Time or Part-Time hours available (Options: 24, 36, 42 or 48 hours available)

Shifts: Nights only

Key duties:

We are looking for thoughtful, caring and inspiring people to join our team of support workers.

Provide a high level of personal, physical and emotional care.

Provide personal care such as washing, personal hygiene, and dressing and on occasion, assisting with meal times.

Promote independence, dignity, respect and choice across service users.

Support social and recreational activities; both in and out the home individually, or as part of a group.

Maintain care records; recording observations, activities and assessments.

On occasion, welcome and train new members into your care team.

Requirements:

Previous care experience within a reputable health care provider and NVQ qualifications in Health and Social Care are desirable, but not essential as full training will be given.

About you:

Our support workers will provide warmth, enthusiasm and compassion when providing care to our service users. You will always strive to provide great quality holistic care, making every day better than the last by working pro-actively to meet the needs of our service users.

You will promote the core values of care, maintaining independence and dignity while assisting with personal care, ensuring the physical and emotional needs of our service users are met.

Benefits:

5.6 weeks holiday

Exemplar rewards – Including: retail and high street restaurant and Pub discounts, Holiday discounts and 2 for 1 cinema tickets.

Employee assistance program – 24-hour helpline

Pension plan

Free car parking

Free uniform

Outstanding career progression

Comprehensive 3 working day induction programme

Opportunity to progress and complete NVQ qualifications

Refer a friend scheme - up to £1500 per referral

Company Values:

Fun

Integrity

Responsive

Success

Teamwork

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Senior Community Mental Health Practitioner

National Health Service

Leeds, Yorkshire
1 day ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year
1 day ago
£31.365k - £37.89k Per Year

Job Reference: 173-03921-COMM-A

Employer:
Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Department:
Community Mental Health Team ( Adult working age)
Location:
Leeds
Salary:
£31,365 - £37,890 pa

All references should be directed through the Employers HR Department wherever possible to comply with NHS Check Standards. Please ensure that a HR address/email is provided for each referee named.


The Community Mental Health Teams in Leeds are looking for skilled and highly motivated practitioners with relevant Core Professional Qualification – ie Registered MH Nurse, Registered LD Nurse, BSc, Dip social Worker, DipCoT.

The posts require you to work with people between the ages of 18 up to 65 years.

There is an established professional development structure within the Care Group and a clear supervision structure. We are committed to supporting the post holders’ development via an annual appraisal and development plan.

As a Band 6 you will work as a Care Coordinator and be an integral part of the Community Mental Health Team. You will undertake shared roles and responsibilities such as initial assessments, care co-ordination and team duty. In addition you will be required to carry out specific assessments and interventions. You will be expected to develop and deliver complex service user focussed Care Plans and provide excellent packages of care, further supported by a Multi-Disciplinary Team and Formulation process. You will also be expected to employ leadership within your role and will provide Clinical Supervision, Preceptorship and support to junior colleagues. Student education and support is inherent to this role.

We require a motivated person with good initiative and organisational skills. You will be clear about the role of recovery and have a positive attitude towards community care, delivered through a responsive and flexible approach. We expect excellent interpersonal and team working skills and a commitment to your own and others personal and professional development. You will have a positive and caring attitude towards service-users and will be keen to contribute to service development.

Community Mental Health Teams provide a Monday to Friday service with the core hours being 9am to 5pm and you will be expected to work within these time frames.

**Please note that whilst the employee specification attached to the Job Advert covers the Care Coordinator post generally, there are also some slight variations on the attached Job Descriptions, these variations relate to your professional registration, based on whether you are an **Social Worker or Nurse respectively**

For further details / informal visits contact:

David Hamer, Clinical Team Manager, on 07980970282



All applications submitted will be held by TRAC.systems and the Trust Resourcing team. If you are unsuccessful at interview your details will be held for a further 6 months and then deleted.

***Please note that from 1st July 2018, all new employees will be required to pay for their DBS Check, and to subscribe to the DBS Update Service.***

If a DBS Check is required for your role the Trust will administer the DBS check on your behalf and will recover the cost of the DBS check (Enhanced Check £48 or Standard Check £30) by way of deductions from your salary over the first 3 consecutive months of employment with the Trust. As a condition of your employment you will also be required to register with and to participate in the DBS Update Service, and will be responsible for maintaining payment, and subscription to the DBS Update Service (£13 annual payment).DBS checks for volunteers remain free of charge.

NHS staff from the Yorkshire and Humber region designated ‘at risk of redundancy’ will, wherever possible be offered an interview, provided that they demonstrate that they meet all the essential shortlisting criteria of the post. If you are ‘at risk of redundancy’ or ‘affected by change’ please make it clear on your application.

The Trust reserves the right to close the vacancy before the closing date.
In view of Home Office Immigration Regulations all applicants must state their current immigration status, including expiry dates.
In submitting an application form, you authorise Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust to confirm any previous NHS service details via the ESR IAT process should you be appointed to the post.

The Trust currently pays a non-consolidated supplement in order that all our staff receive the equivalent of the Living Wage Foundation Rate.

Please note: The Trust does not offer reimbursement of interview expenses.

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Support Workers (Leeds)

National Health Service

Pudsey, Yorkshire
4 days ago
Pudsey, Yorkshire
£15.129k - £15.129k Per Year
4 days ago
£15.129k - £15.129k Per Year

Job Reference: J380-A-21-0296

Employer:
Northern Healthcare
Department:
Radcliffe Gardens
Location:
Pudsey, Leeds
Salary:
Current £9.00/hr

Northern Health Care Ltd provides mental health recovery services across the North of England. Our services include both residential units and community outreach including 24 hr support and access to experienced qualified staff.

Role

Due to continued expansion, we are looking to recruit Support Workers for our brand new unit, Radcliffe Gardens in Leeds that is due to open in March 2021.

You will be working in a 24-hour supported living, mental health rehabilitation unit. You will be working on a rotational shift pattern, days (8am-8pm) and waking nights (8pm-8am).

We are seeking caring, compassionate and committed Support Workers to provide the support that allows our clients to lead ordinary lives. As part of this role we can offer variety, progression, training and job satisfaction.

A positive attitude, friendly, caring & understanding nature are an absolute must. Our client’s sometimes need support and they have varied lives and interests, this could be trains, cooking, art or going to social groups. We are seeking caring, compassionate and committed individuals with the right values to be support workers, supporting our clients to lead fulfilling and independent lives. That’s where you come in.

Key responsibilities;

Support client’s day to day to be able to live a full and independent life.
Act as an advocate and key worker as and when required
Dispense medication / support clients with taking of medication
Support the service user in line with the care plans
Working positively with other staff within the team
Support the clients to keep a tidy flat and encourage hygiene and cleanliness
Encourage clients to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle
Where appropriate support the involvement of families, friends, social workers etc
Complete all administration work as required using a computer
Work within and implement our policy and procedure, including confidentiality and safeguarding
If you’re passionate about putting people first and have the determination in making a difference, then we want to hear from you.

Ideally, you will have some experience or have gained your level 2 or 3 in Health and Social Care,however we will also recruit staff with no experience as long as you show passion and the values a support worker requires to work in care.


Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.


Northern Healthcare reserve the right to remove this vacancy at any time due to higher than expected applications that we receive.


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Support Worker

Exemplar Health Care

Leeds, Yorkshire
3 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
3 days ago
Support Worker - Nights only
When registering to this job board you will be redirected to the online application form. Please ensure that this is completed in full in order that your application can be reviewed.

Support Worker

Location – Copperfields (LS9)

Nights only

Various hours, 24, 36, 42 or 48 per week

If you are an exceptionally caring person you will want to work in our exceptional new home! You will soon see that we are not a standard nursing home but a bespoke person centred care home and our staffing level reflects that we are able to go the extra mile every day.

Our home provides care for 32 younger adults with a range of complex needs including neuro-disabilities and mental health conditions. We expect nurse support worker ratio to be 1 nurse and 5 or6 support workers to 10 residents, dependant on the individual need of the person in our care.

Hours: Full-Time or Part-Time hours available (Options: 24, 36, 42 or 48 hours available)

Shifts: Nights only

Key duties:

We are looking for thoughtful, caring and inspiring people to join our team of support workers.

Provide a high level of personal, physical and emotional care.

Provide personal care such as washing, personal hygiene, and dressing and on occasion, assisting with meal times.

Promote independence, dignity, respect and choice across service users.

Support social and recreational activities; both in and out the home individually, or as part of a group.

Maintain care records; recording observations, activities and assessments.

On occasion, welcome and train new members into your care team.

Requirements:

Previous care experience within a reputable health care provider and NVQ qualifications in Health and Social Care are desirable, but not essential as full training will be given.

About you:

Our support workers will provide warmth, enthusiasm and compassion when providing care to our service users. You will always strive to provide great quality holistic care, making every day better than the last by working pro-actively to meet the needs of our service users.

You will promote the core values of care, maintaining independence and dignity while assisting with personal care, ensuring the physical and emotional needs of our service users are met.

Benefits:

5.6 weeks holiday

Exemplar rewards – Including: retail and high street restaurant and Pub discounts, Holiday discounts and 2 for 1 cinema tickets.

Employee assistance program – 24-hour helpline

Pension plan

Free car parking

Free uniform

Outstanding career progression

Comprehensive 3 working day induction programme

Opportunity to progress and complete NVQ qualifications

Refer a friend scheme - up to £1500 per referral

Company Values:

Fun

Integrity

Responsive

Success

Teamwork

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Support Worker

National Health Service

Horsforth, Yorkshire
5 days ago
Horsforth, Yorkshire
£15.885k - £15.885k Per Year
5 days ago
£15.885k - £15.885k Per Year

Job Reference: J103-A-21-25095

Employer:
Cygnet Health Care
Department:
Outwood House
Location:
Horsforth, Leeds
Salary:
Up to £9.45 per hour (£20,638 per annum)

Care and Support Worker

We are looking for a confident Care & Support Worker with a passion for delivering outstanding care.

You’ll be working 42 hours a week (12 hour shifts), making a positive difference to the lives of the people in our care at Outwood House.

Outwood is a residential service providing outcome focused care for adults with learning disabilities, who may have behaviours that challenge and associated complex needs.

At Cygnet, we support our people to grow their careers, gain new skills and keep stepping up.

Apply now to enjoy excellent career prospects while reaping the rewards of making a difference to others – every day.

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In this role you’ll:

  • Offer enhanced care with a flexible learning approach for all the people in our care
  • Provide guidance & encouragement through physical & emotional support
  • Learn about individuals’ specific needs & provide help in the most appropriate way
  • Assist with medical & welfare needs
  • Report on medical & welfare needs as required
  • Safeguard
  • Maintain a safe, clean environment for all

We're looking for people who are:

  • Genuinely driven with a desire to make a real difference in people’s lives
  • An excellent communicator & a good team player
  • Sensitive & intuitive with the energy required to provide a trusting, stimulating & varied environment
  • Passionate about empowering & supporting service user independence

In return we’ll offer you:

  • An opening to undertake further learning with our excellent apprenticeship scheme
  • Expert supervision & support
  • Employee referral scheme
  • Enhanced maternity
  • Free Health Cash plan
  • 24 hours free GP support line
  • Free life assurance cover
  • Free eye tests
  • Car lease discounts
  • Discounted gym membership
  • Free mortgage broker and Insurance cover
  • Pension scheme
  • Employee NHS - discount savings & “Cycle to Work” scheme
  • Smart Health Toolkit- Providing you with Fitness Programmes, Nutrition consultation and Health checks

Successful candidates will be required to undergo an enhanced DBS check.


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Progression and Welfare Support Officer

Study Group

Leeds
11 days ago
Leeds
11 days ago

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 Salary: Â£22,400 per annum

Contract Type: Full Time. Permanent.

JOB OVERVIEW

Would you like to help International Students progress to University? The Leeds International Study Centre are excited to be expanding the Student Experience Team, with this student-facing, highly rewarding, job opportunity. The Progression and Welfare Support Officer is a varied job role, where you will split your time between Welfare, Student Progression, and administrative responsibilities. This could mean supporting students with progression conversations, goal setting, providing general welfare support, or assisting students when completing their University application. All of these will require you to use people skills, and passion for education, get to know your students and really make a difference.

You would be joining a friendly and collaborative team that goes above and beyond every day to support each other and students. This is also a fantastic opportunity if you are looking to develop new skills, giving you the opportunity to gain classroom experience and to design materials. You will also be trained to be the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead, with Level 3 training provided.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan and deliver weekly academic success tutorials to tutor groups and provide academic counselling to students.
  • To monitor student engagement and attendance, creating and monitoring academic engagement plans.
  • To provide welfare and pastoral support to students, referring them for additional support where required from external services.
  • To ensure the safeguarding of students in line with Centre policy, acting as a Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead (Level 3 training provided) and monitoring the emergency phone on a rota basis.
  • To complete direct entry applications for students and submit to partner universities.

EXPERIENCE

  • Previous experience of providing advice and guidance to students or clients. (Essential). If you a recent graduate with experience working on student engagement activities then this would also be considered.
  • Experience of working with students with special educational needs or an understanding of SEN support requirements (desirable)
  • Strong IT skills specifically Microsoft Office are essential as well as experience of working with record management systems (essential)
  • Degree qualified, or a good understanding of the higher education system (desirable)

KEY BENEFITS

  • Competitive salaries
  • A 25-day holiday (For full time) allowance that is not restricted to outside of term time.
  • Enhanced pension scheme, season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme, Wellbeing centre, and much more.

ABOUT US

Study Group is the leading provider of international education, driving success for our students and partners. We believe in a better world through education and work with universities which are as motivated by driving student success and outcomes as we are. Study Group works with leading universities across the UKEuropeNorth America and Australasia. We nurture ambitious students from diverse academic backgrounds and prepare them for success at their chosen university through our on-campus International Study Centres.

ORGANISATIONAL COMPLIANCE

Study Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students, and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same dedication. Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including checks with past employers, an Enhanced Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and overseas criminal records if appropriate.

Study Group processes your information in line with data protection regulations. Please see our Privacy Policy.

***We adopt a rolling recruitment process meaning that we review applications as they are submitted. To avoid disappointment, please ensure that you apply asap.*** 

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9 days ago

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Supported Housing Officer, Barnsley

Permanent, Full-time (37.5 hours per week)

Salary scale: £20,353 to £24,379 (dependent on experience)

Closing Date: Tuesday 2nd March

Are you passionate about supporting young people to achieve their potential? Do you want to work in a challenging, team focused and rewarding environment? Have you got the drive to support a young person on their journey to independence? Do you have the skills to engage hard to reach young people?

This role is perfect for individuals who have experience of working with vulnerable people in a supportive setting including supported housing, social care, health care or a related area. We also welcome applications from experienced practitioners.

Centrepoint is the UK's leading charity for homeless young people. We provide a range of accommodation based and floating support services to vulnerable young people across London and the North East. Our vision is to end youth homelessness but until then we will continue to provide young people with a place to call home, tailored support and the opportunity to build the skills needed to sustain independent living.

We are looking for a Supported Housing Officer to join our excellent Support & Housing team in our Barnsley supported housing services, known as Quarry View.


What you’ll be doing...

  • Maximise rental income and minimise void loss
  • Effective delivery of Centrepoint’s support model through key work sessions
  • Adherence in service to contractual obligations
  • Keep young people safe whilst living in a Centrepoint Service
  • Support caseload of young people to improve life skills and access training opportunities
     

What we’d be looking for from you...

  • Experience working with young and/or vulnerable children and adults
  • Ability to positively engage with young people
  • Able to identify, develop and maintain strong, effective and beneficial partnerships with all relevant external agencies
  • Ability to manage workload to meet a range of conflicting deadlines
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and numeracy skills
  • A strong and demonstrable commitment to promoting Centrepoint’s approach to equality and diversity in all work undertaken.

 

What we offer in return...

In return for your efforts you’ll receive a competitive salary, excellent training and development, and a host of staff benefits including:

  • 25 days of annual leave per year, rising by one day per year to a maximum of 27 days
  • Excellent training package to ensure you have the skills and knowledge to build a new career
  • Employer pension contributions of 4%
  • Clear career progressions, linked to portfolio work, that enables movement up the pay scale
  • Access to Cycle 2 Work loan scheme
  • An interest-free travel loan

 

We seek to challenge discrimination and are committed to fairness and equality within Centrepoint. We welcome applications from anyone with direct experience of being homeless or using young people's services.

To apply for this role, please submit your CV with a supporting statement setting out how you meet the criteria listed in the job description

Source: Centrepoint