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Are you passionate about babies and young children having the best start in life?
HENRY is an innovative and flourishing national charity that is making a real difference to the lives of young children and their families. HENRY is working in partnership with Better Start Bradford to run group and 1-to-1 programmes and workshops for parents and carers of young children.
We are seeking a Service Manager to lead and manage HENRY services to both practitioners and parents in the wards of Better Start Bradford and the surrounding area.
Your passion for supporting families alongside your experience of supporting and managing a team and building collaborative relationships with community partners will mean you are well placed to ensure the continued delivery of HENRY services and ensure we engage more families and provide them with access to HENRY’s BSB Bradford programmes and services.
You will have an empathic and caring approach which supports families to give their children the best start in life. HENRY is an organisation with a strong culture rooted in development, self-reflection, partnership and learning.
This role is based at Woodroyd Centre, Woodroyd Road, Bradford, BD5 8EL
Please go to the HENRY Website for more information about HENRY and an application pack.
Closing date for completed applications: 9 am Monday 14th February 2022
Interviews: Thursday 24th February 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Contract Type: Permanent, Fixed Term
Location: Bradford and District
Salary: £12,217.80 - £12,961.80 actual per annum (depending on skills and experience)
Working Hours:21 per week (permanent) and 35 per week (fixed term until 30 April 2022)
Closing Date: 2nd February 2022
Interview Date: Week commencing 7th February 2022
They have two fantastic roles available.
Please note the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is midday on the closing date.
Our client is a leading charity. They provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia.
About the role
Their Support Service involves dedicated members of staff giving one to one support, information and guidance to people with dementia or their carers and wider family or friends, to help people understand dementia, cope with day to day living with dementia and prepare for the future. They are at the core of ensuring that people affected by dementia across Bradford District have access to a clear and supportive pathway throughout their journey with dementia.
As a Dementia Adviser with their Bradford Team you will have the rewarding opportunity to provide support and guidance to people with dementia and their carers; helping to maintain their independence, improving their sense of well-being, and putting them in more control of their lives. You will also assist service users to access other services, by signposting and referring. The service is unique to each service user as it is based upon their personal circumstances and support needs. They do not provide personal care but enable people affected by dementia to have the information, support and access to networks to enable them to live better with dementia
You will also have the opportunity to support their local groups alongside delivering group training.
Please note that due to current restrictions in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic their Dementia Advisers are working from home and the support service is restricted to telephone and virtual delivery with limited home visits/physical group activity. The post will become community based as restrictions are lifted.
They are looking for a highly motivated individual to join the vibrant and experienced Bradford Team, which consists of eleven staff members who are keenly supported by eight enthusiastic volunteers. You will have an understanding of dementia and the needs of people affected by dementia. You will have a good understanding of the diverse cultures within Bradford.
It is essential you have good verbal and written communication skills to meet the diverse needs of their community. Your communication skills will also need to include efficient use of IT systems to record data and communicate by email and deliver virtual services. You will understand the need for client confidentiality.
You will possess NVQ level 3 (or equivalent) or have demonstrable experience. You will be empathetic and non-judgemental in your approach with a commitment to equal opportunity. This role requires that you are able to travel independently. Please note, if you live outside of Bradford District, you will only be able to claim travel expenses once you reach Bradford District, not from your home.
If this sounds like you and you wish to apply, they look forward to receiving your application.
Their employees work hard every day to make a true difference in people's lives. They are proud to support them with a range of benefits, recognition and many options for working agilely, all contributing to a strong work life balance. They also have various learning programmes to support you in your development and help you grow to realise your potential and shape a career with them.
You may have experience of the following: Dementia Adviser, Care Assistant, Caseworker, Special Needs Assistant, Social Worker, Social Care, Community Care, Helpline Coordinator, Volunteering Officer, Support Worker, Mental Health, Dementia, etc.
Ref: 105 853
AFC Band 6 £32,306 - £39,027
37 hours per week
Ref: J268- B0447-22-1615
If you are a dynamic Deputy Manager passionate about improving the lives of others, we may have the opportunity for you!
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Deputy Manager who will support the Service Manager in the effective management and operation of the service, its staff, clients, finances and premises, and in the absence of the Service Manager will be delegated to take overall responsibility.
We are seeking a dynamic Deputy Manager to assist in leading our friendly Leeds Mental Wellbeing Team. With a proven track record in social care or supported housing service management, you will work creatively to ensure the smooth running and continual improvement of our services.
To be successful in this role, you will be proactive, an excellent communicator and willing to go the extra mile to ensure we deliver excellent services for our clients.
In return for your exceptional work you’ll receive a competitive salary and you'll be part of a growing, friendly and talented team. We are happy to be flexible on the hours for the right candidate.
If you think you can do a remarkable job for us and our partners we would love to hear from you.
You will be joining Community Links, an award winning, leading mental health provider working across the region of Yorkshire and the Humber whose core values are: People, Integrity, Collaboration and Passion.
We aim for our workforce to reflect the diverse and exciting region we serve. We want you to have every opportunity to shine and show us your talents. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to make sure the assessment process works for you
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.