Job Vacancy: Tenancy Sustainment Worker with Sefton Supported Housing Group (closing date: 12noon Monday 8th July)

Sefton Supported Housing Group (SSHG) is seeking applications for Two Tenancy Sustainment Workers to work across a number of temporary accommodation settings in the Sefton area. The posts will be employed by our partner providers, Excel Housing Solutions and Venus Charity.

SSHG is an organisation that promotes a work life balance to ensure staff are productive and remain motivated in their objective. Working 33 hrs per week, you will be required to have a flexible approach to your hours to meet your own personal commitments and the commitments of your clients.

Working with clients who are ready for move on to independent accommodation but may be prevented due to lack of opportunity, you will be required to find them suitable accommodation and provide support to clients to set up and manage their property until they are able to manage it independently.

Applicants will have a positive attitude, be confident, assertive, innovate and be able to establish a good rapport with clients and other professionals quickly. You must be able to work alone and be self motivated. Your role will require you to establish positive relationships with Registered Social Landlords, Landlords from the Private Sector, and local lettings agents.

Applicants must have general knowledge of the Property Pool Process and knowledge of the Welfare System (Benefits and Housing Benefit). Knowledge of Mainstay is desirable. A full clean driving licence is preferable.

Please note that two positions are available in two separate organisations.  For further information please go to:

www.excelhousingsolutions.com refer to the jobs section within the website.

For Venus Charity please email: recruitment@venuscharity.org

Job Vacancy: Youth Work Co-ordinator with Parenting 2000 (closing Monday 15th July 2019)

Parenting 2000 is a Sefton based  Charity established in 1993, we deliver  a number of services to improve the lives of  families, children and young people 

We have an vacancy for a youth Co-ordinator to lead our Alchemy Youth Service 

Job Purpose:  To provide, targeted support for Young People at risk to themselves or others. To develop services within the Crosby/Southport Youth Centres and to deploy and manage sessional staff and volunteers, to support the universal services within the area. 

Main Responsibilities: 

  • To take day to day responsibility for ensuring that the Alchemy Youth  service meets the needs of the commissioners, young people and local community
  • Work closely with Children’s Services, Youth Providers and other partner agencies and to attend Youth Providers meetings and other relevant meetings and events.
  • Work proactively with those Young People that are difficult to engage, using a variety of methods, in order to gain their trust and support them to address their issues going the extra mile to achieve this.
  • Create bespoke programmes of activity for vulnerable Young People in partnership with other organisations
  • To develop volunteering programmes that includes opportunities for Young People to develop their leadership skills. 

Minimum Qualifications:  Youth and Community Qualification, Qualified Teacher Status or equivalent – or demonstrable evidence of delivery at an equivalent level. 

Experience & Skills:

  • Experience of working with young people aged 11 – 19 years, including those displaying challenging behaviour.
  • Experience of leading and supervising staff and volunteers in a youth club work setting.
  • Knowledge of effective youth work and experience of working with service users in groups and as individuals

Working Pattern:  25 hours per week. There is an expectancy that workers will be available to work on at least 4 evenings per week as well as occasional weekend work.  The pattern of the remaining hours will be between Monday to Friday as agreed with a flexible approach for which time off in lieu 

Salary£23,900 pro rata,  plus Company Pension
Closing date:  Monday 15th July 2019

Job Description/Person Spec.
Application Form & Guidance Notes
Equal Opportunities Form & Equality and Diversity Statement

Closing date for applications is Monday 15 July 2019

Completed forms must be returned by email or post to: Head Office, Parenting 2000, Crosby Youth & Community Centre, 58 Coronation Road, Crosby, Liverpool, L23 5RQ.
Email: admin@parenting2000.org.uk

Job Vacancy: Community Builder with the L30 Community Centre (closing Monday 22nd July)

The L30 Communtiy Centre are looking for someone who can get alongside the Netherton community whilst it builds.

For the last two years we have been working in Netherton, thanks to funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, on developing asset based community development approaches across the area.  The focus on what’s strong rather than what’s wrong has enabled this community to begin to discover and connect what is already there.  In the last few months, the buds have started to flower and community members have stepped up to take the lead.  They want to see a village where neighbours get together and look out for each other, they want to see local businesses supported and growing; they want a village where children, young people and adults who are on the edge feel a sense of belonging.

They need a special person to support their growing vision.  Someone who can get alongside, steward and serve whilst walking backwards.  They are looking for someone who loves their village as much as they do.  Anyone who applies for the role from the village and meets the requirements will automatically be offered an interview.

We know that this is a long term role.  We know that we only have two years Lottery funding left at the moment.  We have hope and believe that this work will continue (believe not guarantee!).

This is an amazing opportunity to be part of something special in Netherton.  In addition to support from The National Lottery Community Fund the area is also a Big Local area. Local people are keen to create a legacy. Can you help them do it?  Do you want to see if you have the gifts, skills and passion that we are looking for?

For an application pack please contact rene.martin@l30communitycentre.org.uk

For an informal discussion please email angela@ripens.co.uk to arrange.

Closing date for applications: Monday 22nd July 2019. 

Satisfactory Enhanced DBS Disclosure and references are required if successful at interview.

The L30 Community Centre is based on the Sefton Estate in Netherton and sits under the umbrella of Fun4Kidz.

Registered office: L30 Community Centre, Stonyfield, Netherton, L30 0QS. Company Limited by Guarantee: 4201603. Registered Charity: 1091549

Job Vacancy: High Intensity User and Reablement Co-ordinator, Full-time (closing 5pm, Monday 17th September)

Sefton CVS in partnership with South Sefton CCG and Southport and Formby CCG will deliver a pilot project working directly with Sefton residents who are using urgent care services inappropriately.

Salary: £28,485
Location: Based at Sefton CVS Burlington House however the post is borough wide and will require some travel
Responsible to: Deputy Chief Executive, Sefton CVS

This role is fixed term for 18 months.

Job Purpose: 

The post holder will manage a team of ‘Outreach and Intervention Workers’ who will work with ‘high intensity users’ to reduce the number of emergency ambulance calls and unscheduled care interactions. The ‘Outreach and Intervention Workers’ will focus on positive behaviour change addressing those issues that are contributing to residents utilising care services inappropriately.

The post holder will also manage a team of ‘Reablement Health and Wellbeing Trainers’ working as part of the ‘Virtual Ward’..  The focus of reablement is on helping older people “to do for themselves” in their own home rather than “doing it for” them.  Reablement is about supporting adults to achieve maximum independence and regain the skills and confidence they may have lost as a result of poor health or as a consequence of having spent a period of time in hospital.

Downloads:
Job Description & Person Specification (Word / PDF)

Application Form (Word PDF)
Guidance Notes (Word / PDF)
Diversity Monitoring Form (Word / PDF)
Criminal Convictions Declaration (Word / PDF)

The closing date for completed applications is 5pm on Monday 17th September 2018.

Interviews are scheduled for Wednesday 26th and Thursday 27th September 2018. Please note: candidates must be available to attend interview. 

All completed applications and for any enquiries, please email recruitment@seftoncvs.org.uk.

Job Vacancies: Local Solutions are recruiting Care Support Workers

Local Solutions are looking for Care Support Workers in Maghull, Aintree, Orrell, Netherton, Waddicar, Sefton, Lunt and Lydiate.  

Are you:

Compassionate, Responsible, Committed, Enthusiastic, Respectful and Caring?

What Local Solutions offer

  • Competitive Pay £8.05 – £8.40 (£16,889.60 pro rata)
  • Enhanced Pay For Weekends
  • Full & Part Time Positions Available
  • Continuous Training & Development Opportunities
  • Career Progression & Professional Development
  • Smart Phone For Work Purposes
  • Pension Scheme

Please Apply

Call – 0800 988 2355
Website – www.localsolutions.org.uk 
Apply Online – www.cognitoforms.com/HumanResources5/ApplicationForm