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JOB OPPORTUNITIES

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 OUR EMPLOYEES?

  • A structured and comprehensive induction
  • A supportive environment (regular supervision sessions with your line manager & an open door policy)
  • Opportunities for personal development
  • Company pension scheme
  • Training opportunities (Face to face training and a wide range of e-learning courses)
  • Employee assistance programme (24 hour services for employees and their family)
  • A generous annual leave entitlement (25 days + bank holidays, pro rata)
  • Flexibility
  • Long service award
  • Workplace wellbeing charter
  • Employee referral scheme (Earn £50 for referring somebody to the organisation)

OUR CURRENT VACANCIES

Community Café Cook

Are you looking for a new opportunity?

Do you have a passion for cooking?

Do you want to work for a supportive charity who value their staff?

We are looking for a dedicated cook to deliver, manage and develop our 2 Community Cafés to sustainable, thriving settings and mentor/support volunteers.

Some of your daily tasks will include:

  • Plan, prepare, cook & serve high quality food
  • Shop for food essentials when required
  • Follow Food Hygiene rules and ensure H&S legislation is adhered to
  • Oversee volunteers assisting in the café,
  • Ensure a range of activities/offers in the café to attract people in and promote the café to the community.
  • Order stock at competitive prices in consultation with the centre manager
  • Undertake accurate cash handling and balancing of till at the end of business each day.
  • Complete all paperwork & recording
  • To develop, demonstrate and utilise knowledge about cookery and

catering to enhance the impact of the project

  • To build and maintain successful relationships with customers,

volunteers and organisations

To view the full job description, please click HERE

To apply for this vacancy, you must complete an organisational application form – please click HERE

 General & Outreach Support Worker

Did you used to be an essential worker, but changed career?
Has clapping for carers inspired you to get back into the sector?
Do you want to work for a supportive charity who value their staff?

We are looking for passionate  Support Workers to join our organisation to provide support in the local community to adults with mental health needs, learning difficulties or who are vulnerable in some way.

This role is suitable for candidates with experience in the Health and Social Care sector and will be particularly relevant for those people who want to be able to spend meaningful support time with their clients.

Due to the nature of the role, candidates must have a full driving licence and access to a vehicle for use during their working hours. Mileage and travel are paid and we operate a TOIL system to allow for some flexibility in working patterns. This is a salaried post based on £9.01 – £9.50 per hour with guaranteed full and part time hours available to suit you (minimum 16 per week).

Our support focuses on a person centred, reablement approach at all times, ensuring client choice and involvement to improve clients’ quality of life; as such the role does not involve any medical or personal care.

Support may be delivered in clients’ own homes, or in the community enabling clients to access activities and services.

Some of your daily tasks will include but are not limited to:
• Deliver support in a range of areas, including financial; daily living skills, meaningful activity, improving health and wellbeing, housing, & social skills
• Maximise use of local resources including community networks, assistive technology, signposting, aiming to reduce reliance on paid support
• 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
• Take the lead role in monitoring identified clients, ensuring outcomes are met and the service is meeting needs

To view the full job description, please click HERE

To apply for this vacancy, you must complete an organisational application form – please click HERE (Please outline you are applying for Outreach Support Worker)

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 for Employment of ex-offenders August 2013

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Accommodation Support Worker

Did you used to be an essential worker, but changed career?

Has clapping for carers inspired you to get back into the sector?

Do you want to work for a supportive charity who value their staff?

We are looking for passionate Accommodation Support Workers to join our organisation to provide support to adults with mental health needs, learning difficulties or who are vulnerable in some way living in Colebrook’s Supported Accommodation.

This role is suitable for candidates with previous experience within the Health and Social Care or Housing sectors as it combines the skills of providing support with managing properties.

Due to the nature of the role, candidates must have a full driving licence and access to a vehicle for use during their working hours. Mileage and travel are paid and we operate a TOIL system to allow for some flexibility in working patterns. This is a salaried post based on £9.01 – £9.50  per hour with guaranteed full and part time hours available to suit you (minimum 16 per week).

We have properties around Plymouth offering between 4 and 8 beds in a shared house, supporting people with the skills needed for them to move on and live independently. Our support focuses on a person centred, reablement approach at all times, ensuring client choice and involvement to improve clients’ quality of life; as such the role does not involve any medical or personal care.

Some of your daily tasks will include but are not limited to:

  • Deliver support in a range of areas, including financial; daily living skills, meaningful activity, improving health and wellbeing, housing, & social skills
  • Maximise use of local resources including community networks, assistive technology, signposting, aiming to reduce reliance on paid support
  • 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
  • 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

To view the full job description, please click HERE

To apply for this vacancy, you must complete an organisational application form – please click HERE (Please outline you are applying for Accommodation Support Worker)

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 for Employment of ex-offenders August 2013

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If you have any questions about any of our positions, please email:

recruitment@colebrooksw.org OR alternatively, please call 01752 205210

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