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The Carers Manchester Network Learning and development Project Worker will provide a range of functions which support the delivery of the Carers Manchester Learning and Development programme.
This will involve working extensively with Statutory, Voluntary sector partners and within the existing carers Manchester services to enhance the learning and development opportunities that are available to carers in Manchester.
Fulfilling the role will require the development and management of effective relationships with Network members, a range of partners and Community based organisations in Manchester and training providers.
The role will provide project work, administration and data analysis support for the Learning and development programme during its final year of delivery. Delivering these key tasks will involve working collaboratively with all partners, stakeholders and carers in to order to deliver high-quality and safe services for carers.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
Learning and Development Programme
• To support the delivery of the CMN’s Learning and Development programmes through assisting with the organisation of new, and review of existing workshops and e-learning offers.
• To work alongside the external evaluator & CMN Coordinator to produce a final evaluation of the programme
• To explore and develop new digitally based learning opportunities for Manchester carers
• To work alongside the Local Authority, lead to develop a young carers offer within the programme
• To work alongside the programme administrator to support safe and COVID secure face to face workshop delivery.
• To support day to day delivery of workshops and their compliance with COVID-19 Guidelines
• To attend training events, when necessary to capture evaluation of the sessions and complete administrative tasks.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Beacon Counselling is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people, and adults. All successful candidates are required to have a currentEnhanced DBS check with Beacon Counselling before any offer is confirmed.
The main objectives of this role are as follows:
- To provide a confidential and effective counselling service for children and young people in schools or elsewhere
- When working in a school to work as Beacon’s mainrepresentative in the particular school
- When working in a school to work with the schoolcoordinator in maintaining a strong relationship with theschool(s) in which you work
- To deliver assemblies and group work to Children and Young People
- To deliver staff wellbeing workshops and supervision sessions for school staff
- To work with the manager, supervisor, and school’scounselling team to assist in the development of Beacon’s school’s counselling service
- To work flexibly and cover additional schools or areas atdifferent locations as they become available.
For a full breakdown of the role, please see the attached documents available to view after you click on "apply with Charity Jobs"
In order to apply, you must complete the online application form, the link is available in the attached documents
Please use the link which you can access via the application form document, the link is embedded in the document. Please make sure you read all the information in the application pack before applying
In brief, the role comprises the following duties: (For a detailed description please view the attached application pack)
To provide 25 hours a week of 1-1 counselling to adults acrossPrivate Practice and EAP projects, delivering face to face and/orremotely as required by the organisation.
This will include in person appointments and remote sessions delivered online or over the phone and will include some evening appointments.
To comply with the administrative requirements of the project,including the completion of monitoring forms or other data
To work with the Adult Services Manager, Supervisors, and OfficeTeam to ensure clients receive an excellent service
To make appropriate onward referrals as and when they are needed, and in consultation with clients
To establish and maintain good working relationships with relevant Beacon staff, liaising, as appropriate
To conduct initial assessments, signposting clients to the rightservice (either within Beacon or another external agency) Assess the level of risk that a client presents in an initial assessment and act accordingly in line with Beacon’s safeguarding procedures.
To be considered for the role, all candidates must complete the online application form, the link for this is contained in the attached document labelled "application form"
Please use the link contained within the application form document attached to complete an application for this post
Beacon is committed to safeguarding children, young people, and adults. The role holder must have a current, enhanced DBS check with Beacon Counselling
We are taking action to improve the diversity of our workforce and are keen to receive applications from people of colour, people with a disability, and people who identify as LGBTQ+
Opportunity to become Beacon’s Safeguarding Lead
Beacon exists to improve the lives of adults, children and young people, and we do this through empowering people to improve their mental health, well-being, and resilience. Beacon’s services change the lives of over 2,000 each year, reducing the impact of challenging circumstances and life experiences. Over the last year, the pandemic has had a huge impact on people’s mental health and well-being, and on inequalities, and we have responded in a range of targeted ways. The challenges are not going away soon and we are ready to build on our response so far.
We are strengthening our leadership team and governance and are creating the role of Safeguarding Lead. This role provides the chance to make a significant impact on Beacon’s practice, standards, and development, and above all, to ensure the best outcomes for the people who use our services. The role is permanent and part-time, with the potential to increase hours as Beacon continues developing. The role is being created alongside the 2 part-time salaried counselling supervisors that you will line manage.
We are looking for someone who can lead. You will have substantial experience of dealing with a wide range of safeguarding issues, and the ability to set high standards of practice and implement them through training, advice, and consultation. Beacon takes a consultative and collaborative approach to all areas of work, so whilst this is a leadership role, working with others to achieve shared goals is critical. Also important are a flexible approach, good IT skills, and a can-do approach.
Having an understanding of the voluntary sector is helpful but not essential as we will provide thorough induction process and relevant training.
This role involves the following work pattern:
Hours: 15 per week across 3 days (please note: safe, onsite working is required)
Venue: Beacon House, 50-52 Middle Hillgate Stockport SK1 3DL
Pay: £38,000 per year pro rata
Holidays: 23 days a year plus 8 days public holiday – calculated pro rata. (Increase 1 day per year up to maximum of 25 days)
The successful applicant will not be confirmed in post until satisfactory references and DBS are received.
Please note in order to apply, you must click on apply and use the attached documents to access the online applicatoin form
Completed application forms must be returned by 1000 on Monday 24th January 2022. No applications will be accepted after the deadline. Interview process for shortlisted applicants will be held on Friday 4th February 2022. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate any alternative dates.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
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We are looking for Support Workers at Bridge College in Openshaw. Support Workers play a vital role in ensuring the students are supported in their learning programs, including extended curriculum, external placements and visits.
This is a great opportunity for Teaching Assistants looking to broaden their experience within SEN or Support Workers/Care Assistants who are unable to meet the 24/7 flexibility required within the care sector.
Bridge College is the Together Trust’s specialist education college for students aged 16 to 25 years with disabilities, complex needs and autism. Promoting a multidisciplinary approach to learning the college has expertise in supporting students with a wide range of needs.
Under direction of a session leader you will provide support and guidance to small groups of students providing intervention support with their learning programmes, communication systems and learning environments. You will provide 1-1 support for SEND students.
Proactive in completing assessments of students’ progress and contributing to planning and review of processes you will communicate effectively with parents, carers and others ensuring confidentiality is maintained at all times.
Supporting teaching staff to plan lessons and evaluate learning, you will write reports and maintain records using college information and recording systems as required. Working alongside therapists to embed strategies to support engagement in learning you will undertake further training and communication, technology, therapeutic services and personal care intervention to enhance student’s learning opportunities by removing barriers to learning, you will participate in supervision and appraisal processes as well as contribute to college self-assessment reviews throughout the year.
As part of your role will involve driving groups of students and staff when required using college and/or own vehicles candidates with a full clean driving licence are encouraged to apply.
You must have experience of supporting young people with a variety of complex learning needs as well as some experience of working with young adults with SEND in a learning environment. Passionate about advocating for the rights of young people with SEN you will understand the complexities of a variety of disabilities and adapt your approach to support students.
Understanding safeguarding concepts you will have knowledge of the needs of students with learning difficulties and complex needs and how these can be addressed. A thorough understanding of what constitutes support for students with learning difficulties you will be familiar with alternative methods of communication e.g. Makaton, PECs.
Creativity for stimulating and engaging pupils in their learning programmes you will have a real passion for education and improving the attainment of students, you will be willing to support with all aspects of personal care and meet individual medical needs.
A reflective practitioner you will be self-driven to develop personal skills through CPD opportunities as well as have resilience and work dynamically in pressured situations.
Level 2 in Literacy and Numeracy is essential for this role and you must have good general education and good written English. Those who have Level 2 or Level 3 in Care and Learning Support are highly desirable however this is not essential.
You'll get to help the people we support celebrate along the road to a brighter future. And, be part of an incredible team of like-minded peers. Together we work hard, laugh a lot, and support each other. We also have a range of rewards and benefits for our staff:
- 25 days annual leave (plus bank holidays. Pro rated for part time roles) rising to 27 days after 5 years and 30 days after 10 years.
- A company pension plan with 7% employer contribution
- Opportunity to purchase a health plan to claim towards therapy, dental and more
- Unlimited access to our employee assistance programme for advice and support
- Support from mental health first aiders
- Follow your ambitions and progress your career through on-the-job training, apprenticeships and qualifications