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£8.75 - £9.50 hourly
The Wilberforce Trust York, UK
Nov 09, 2018
Full time
If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging role where you can make a real difference to the lives of individuals with visual impairments and other complex disabilities then this role will suit you. The work is person centered and we aim to help each individual to live as independently and fully as possible. We are a friendly charity who really care about our tenants, most of whom have been with us for many years. Experience is not necessary, but we are looking for people who enjoy supporting and caring for others, who have high standards, are open and friendly and who respect the dignity of others. If this is you, we will invest in your training and development and support you in a rewarding career in care and support work. Vacancies We currently have Full time (38 hours) and Part time Vacancies. Pay and Benefits We pay the recommended Living Wage Foundation hourly rate. After a successful probation you will receive £8.75 for week day hours, and £9.50 for nights and weekends. Sleep overs are paid at £78.30 for a 10 hour shift. We also offer a health package with Simply Health providing financial support for dental, optical and other health bills. You will receive 20 days' holiday per year, plus bank holidays, increasing to 25 days plus bank holidays after 2 years’ service. More about the Role Our Care/Support workers provide daily support and personal care, and once fully trained will administer medication to our tenants. You will be working across all our services in York and Tadcaster. Duties may also include arranging daily activities, taking our tenants out on trips and activities, helping to prepare meals or attending sensory sessions at Wilberforce House. We also encourage tenants to develop and maintain positive relationships with family and friends. There are opportunities to progress within the organisation, gain recognised qualifications including NVQ level 2 to 5, and take on roles with additional responsibilities. All staff are supported to achieve the Care Certificate and attend a full time two week induction course. Experience and Skills Required Previous experience is desirable but not essential. However a caring and sensitive nature is all important, along with an ability to work well in a team. We are interested in candidates who have experience caring for others either in, or outside work. Time spent caring for family members for example is relevant experience for this role. We also require a good level of written and spoken English and basic arithmetic, with an ability to record information accurately. Hours You may chose the hours that you would like to work, up to 38 per week. Your hours will be worked following a rota. You will typically work one weekend, followed by one weekend partly worked and then have one weekend off. We try to arrange shifts to suit our staff, but we do require flexibility. Sleep overs are optional. Further Requirements Because of the nature of the role a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Certificate plus good references will be required before starting. We will offer an interview to any candidate with disabilities who meets the minimum requirements. More information about the role and the Trust are available on our website Or if you would like to talk to someone before applying please call   01904 760037   and ask to speak to the Recruitment and Staffing Coordinator. How to Apply If you would like to apply please send us a full application form available on our web site   If you have not worked in care before please tell us why you would now like to start in this area of work.
£29,500 yearly
One to One Recruitment York, UK
Nov 07, 2018
One to One Recruitment is working with Family Fund to recruit a full time, 12 month fixed term contract System Support Analyst to join their team in York. Are you looking for a role where your talents benefit the lives of families raising disabled or seriously ill children? Family Fund is the UK’s largest charity providing grants for families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people - providing over 88,000 grants and services worth over £33 million last year. We are looking for an exceptional individual with proven experience of business information systems to join our dynamic ICT team. The Systems Support Analyst will be responsible for the analysis and implementation of information systems with a primary focus on business systems used by smaller teams. As Systems Support Analyst you will manage and configure existing information systems, including CRM software (Salesforce), financial software (Exchequer and Sage) and utility software (Mitrefinch time management), along with productivity software and other ICT-supported systems. You will work with users to establish business requirements and roadmaps for business systems and liaise with third parties to progress issues and implement solutions. You will train users on systems and provide second-line support, along with maintaining clear and accurate user and ICT documentation and ensuring compliance with internal and external security requirements. This is a 12-month contract and the role will have specific deliverables within this timeframe, including: Reviewing and optimising Salesforce deployment, developing a roadmap and support/training plan. Participation in ICT deployment team for the replacement of the main line of business grant administration system (e.g. system test and training). Identifying opportunities for Office 365 core technologies (e.g. SharePoint, Teams, OneDrive) and where appropriate deploying in agreement with management. Undertaking operational responsibilities supporting existing grant administration system. The successful candidate will be educated to degree level in a relevant subject (e.g. computer science, information systems or engineering) with evidence of continuous professional development. You will have demonstrable systems analysis skills including process and systems documentation, with excellent written and oral communication skills that enable you to convey complex technical topics in an understandable way. You will have the ability to work under pressure and be a well-organised team player, flexible, adaptable and resilient to work demands and changes. If this describes you and your career aspirations, please apply ASAP with a persuasive covering letter to One to One Recruitment or call us for more information or you can contact Jamie Greaves directly, ICT Infrastructure Manager. Closing date for applications is 23rd November 2018. Salary - £29,500 Full time (35 hours per week), 12 month contract Family Fund is positive about disabled people and so all disabled applicants who demonstrate that they meet the minimum requirements for the role will be asked to attend interview.  
£11.40 hourly
One to One Recruitment York, UK
Nov 01, 2018
Part time
One to One Recruitment are proud to be working with The Joseph Rowntree Foundation Trust to assist them in their recruitment of full time, permanent, Care Team Leader to be based in either Red Lodge or Hartigg Oaks (both based in New Earswick, York ). Working as part of the management team, you are responsible for providing relationship centred leadership and direction to the care and ancillary team as a shift leader that ensures a safe, effective, caring, responsive and well led service.  Your duties will include managing your team, as well as being personally responsible, for the following: Prioritising residents’ care needs on a daily basis. Meeting the personal needs of residents by ensuring the delivery of care in accordance with individual care plans. Ensuring that the care planned for each resident is delivered in such a way as to meet their individual physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual needs, including end of life care. Ensuring that the administration of medication is carried out safely and responsibly in accordance with JRHT’s policy Monitoring and supporting residents in maintaining a nutritious diet, ensuring that their dietary needs are met. To assist with the planning and preparing meals and monitor fluid intake. To monitor residents’ health and identify any physical changes to their health or mobility consulting with outside professionals Keep confidential records up to date and pass on important information to other staff in a timely way; escalating incidents/issues to Deputy/Registered Manager as necessary. Undertaking reviews with external professionals and family members and follow up actions/issues. Managing the ancillary staff to ensure that the laundry service provided to residents is effective and undertaking housekeeping duties Socialising with residents, encouraging their participation in activities ensuring that other staff are spending such time with residents. To be available to work across JRHT Care Services when needed with sufficient notice given. Attending staff supervisions, appraisals and team meetings and being responsible for ensuring personal training is kept up to date. It is essential that you have; The ability to lead and direct staff teams, sharing knowledge and experience. QCF/ NVQ Level 2/3 (and be willing to work towards Level 3) A caring and compassionate nature The ability to develop relationships with residents’ families and staff and users of the service Previous team working experience and good communication skills To adopt a flexible approach and able to adapt in line with service needs The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is an independent social change organisation working to solve UK poverty; a registered housing association and care provider in Yorkshire and the North East.  JRF and JRHT are two important influencing organisations with an ambitious agenda for inspiring positive change in the UK in line with their vision of a prosperous and poverty free UK.   Shifts are 14 hours or 38.5, pay £11.40/hr plus a range of excellent benefits for you and your family.  

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