JOB OPPORTUNITIES: 

Apprentice Rota Co-ordinator and Administrator

We will offer you…

  • A friendly environment and supportive team
  • National Minimum Apprenticeship salary
  • A structured induction
  • Training opportunities and access to a huge eLearning programme
  • A-Z Staff Benefit list

You will need…

  • General education to GCSE/O level standard or equivalent, including English and Maths/ Good numeracy and literacy skills
  • Admin experience and experience of working with IT systems i.e. spreadsheets, databases etc.
  • Effective interpersonal skills
  • Good telephone manner, effective verbal and written communication in English
  • Attention to detail and a high rate of accuracy
  • Good organisational ability and time management skills / Ability to juggle priorities and deal with the demands of a busy office
  • A team player who is supportive and self-motivated
  • Ability to remain calm under pressure / A positive and optimistic outlook / Pro-active approach to workload and problem solving
  • Takes pride in their work and the level of service they provide
  • Ability to work in a fair and non-discriminatory manner
  • Willingness to work in a changing environment / Willingness to undertake further training / Willingness to work with policies and procedures
  • Commitment to Colebrook’s Aims and Objectives

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • To be support for Rota Co-ordinator; ‘StaffPlan Rosta’, producing rota’s and ensuring all client support is covered and communicated to all relevant people.
  • Support:
  • Producing rota templates/producing weekend & bank holiday rotas.
  • Ensuring annual leave and other absence is covered
  • Covering support at late notice
  • Producing mileage, invoicing, payroll and other reports from staff plan
  • Checking and confirming support delivered
  • Recording rota changes and contact with clients/staff and timesheets
  • Keeping database up to date and optimised
  • Developing own and Colebrook use of StaffPlan
  • Managing StaffPlan issues including liaison with external StaffPlan support team
  • Working and administrating Charitylog
  • Dealing with staff and client queries
  • To undertake administration to a high standard to include:
  • Providing support to the Rota Co-ordinator and manager
  • Communicating to a diverse range of stakeholders inc. clients
  • Researching and presenting information in various formats
  • Maintaining sensible filing systems for the team and taking minutes as required
  • Assisting the support teams with on-going recording, monitoring and administrative tasks as agreed inc. team training as required.
  • Support to ensure all monitoring and outcomes data are completed and submitted correctly
  • Support administration of the referral, monitoring and team IT systems.
  • Working with the Support Services Manager in the collation and production of reports, spread sheets and databases and monitoring targets as agreed
  • Being involved in the sourcing and administration of the team training programme

We will consider each CV individually as soon as we receive it, therefore if you are interested do not hesitate to apply. The start date for this vacancy will be agreed with the successful candidate.

Please note that the closing date for this vacancy is 4:00pm on Friday 8th July 2018.

Interviews will take place on Monday 16th July 2018.

* To apply, please submit your CV or please visit our website for any further information www.colebrooksw.org/jobs

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £3.70 /hour

Apprentice Support Worker:

We will offer you…

  • 37 hours per week over 5 days
  • A friendly environment and supportive team
  • National Minimum Apprenticeship salary
  • A structured induction
  • Training opportunities and access to a huge eLearning programme
  • A-Z Staff Benefit list

You will need…

  • General education to GCSE/O level standard or equivalent, including English and Maths
  • Good use of English and maths
  • Undertaking apprenticeship for Health and Social Care
  • Knowledge of working in a safe way
  • Good written and verbal communication
  • Ability to liaise with a wide range of people including professionals, clients and stakeholders
  • Ability to provide practical support i.e. daily living skills, budgeting, completing forms etc.
  • Ability to provide emotional support i.e. listening, motivating etc.
  • Ability to work as part of a team and occasional agreed lone work (in a public environment) and be a good team player
  • Positive outlook and a supportive and empathic approach
  • Creative approach to providing support and problem solving
  • Willingness to provide domiciliary care e.g. washing, dressing, personal care if future contracts require this
  • Willingness to work in a changing environment
  • Willingness to give and receive constructive feedback and resolve conflict
  • Willingness to promote Colebrook services and supporting our positive reputation
  • Willingness to work flexible hours between 7am and 10pm plus occasional weekends

* To apply, please send your CV to: recruitment@colebrooksw.org

We will consider each CV individually as soon as we receive it, therefore if you are interested do not hesitate to apply. 

Job Type: Apprenticeship

Salary: £3.70 /hour

 

 Support Worker:

What do we do?

  • Promoting independence and recovery
  • Challenging social exclusion by encouraging community involvement
  • Facilitating social inclusion with creative and accessible solutions

 What do we offer?

  • Structured Induction
  • Supportive Environment Encouraging Personal Development Training Opportunities
  • Company Pension
  • A-Z Staff Benefits
  • Wide Range of E-Learning Courses
  • Employee Assistance Programme – 24 hour services (Including different discounts & special offers to all employees and their family members)
  • 25 Day Annual Leave + Bank Holidays
  • Flexibility
  • Long Service Award
  • Work Place Wellbeing Charter

We are looking for passionate and enthusiastic Support Workers to join our organisation to provide support for vulnerable adults. We have three different roles available with hourly rates ranging from £7.60 per hour to £8.62 depending on your knowledge and experience.

Mileage and travel are paid, followed by organisational pay structure in line with the National Living Wage and a TOIL system is used to provide flexibility to all staff, especially when working patterns vary. This is a great opportunity to join our dynamic and rapidly growing team. Tasks and Responsibilities will depend on your role.

Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Deliver a range of support, including financial; daily living skills, meaningful activity, health, housing, & social skills as per agreed plans
  • Adopt a person centred, reablement approach at all times, ensuring client choice and seeking to improve clients quality of life
  • Maximise use of local resources including community networks, assistive technology, signposting, aiming to reduce reliance on paid support
  • Report on client and service progress, adapting practise as required
  • Complete some client, personal and service paperwork
  • Communicate effectively and champion supportive teamwork
  • Work in a safe way for yourself and others, following health, safety and safeguarding legislation, policy and procedures
  • Manage your time when required and be flexible to the client and service needs
  • Complete client related paperwork Inc. support plans, risk assessments and distance travelled tools
  • Proactively lead and monitor identified clients ensuring outcomes are met
  • Complete client related paperwork Inc. support plans, risk assessments and distance travelled tools
  • Take the lead role in monitoring identified clients, ensuring outcomes are met and the service is meeting needs
  • Accommodation services arrears and charges
  • Housing association and landlord liaison and monitoring
  • Supporting managers to manage tenure issues
  • Health and Safety checks, reporting and actions
  • Keeping the project in a good order Inc. hygiene, decoration, project repairs and maintenance
  • Voids management and growth promotion
  • Relevant housing management records and returns
  • Whilst promoting client involvement at all times

To apply please complete an organisational application form online (please click here).
Please be aware: You must have a valid driving licence and a car to use for work for this vacancy.

*DBS Check applies for all Support Worker roles, more information about the employment of ex-offenders please read this document – Information Sheet Employment of ex-offenders August 2013

VOLUNTARY OPPORTUNITIES

  • Healthwatch Volunteer Strategic Representative

To promote Healthwatch Plymouth at key events and other meetings, and help to establish constructive, high quality relationships, with key current and potential partners and stakeholders, internal and external as required. This is a volunteer role, with support and training provided.  If you have experience of working strategically, at management or executive level we would like to hear from you. 

For information on this volunteering role please contact Healthwatch on 01752 261978                                                      

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