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Organisation: Leaf Care Services
Job Title: Domiciliary Care Workers Apprenticeships aged 17-18
Location: Norwich 
Hours: 7am-1pm, 4pm-10pm alternate weekends, evenings shifts (5pm-10pm) and night sits 9pm-7am

Job description/specification

Earn whilst you learn:  Role offers full qualification Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care - course completion in 12 months Job description All employees/learners must read and adhere to all policies and procedures within their staff handbook of which each individual will be issued. A comprehensive instruction of all policies and procedures is available at head office and can be issued upon request. 

Application Form

For more information please contact: Samantha England Team Development Manager Leaf Homecare and Support Services
Unit 4 St Benedicts View - Grapes Hill - Norwich - Norfolk- NR24HH
Tel: 01603 612633
Email: sengland@leafsupport.org.uk


Organisation: Leaf Care Services
Job Title: Business Admin Apprenticeship 
Location: Norwich 
Hours: 8.30am-5.30pm

Job description/specification 
Earn whilst you learn:  Role offers full qualification Apprenticeship in Business Admin completion in 12 months Job description All employees/learners must read and adhere to all policies and procedures within their staff handbook of which each individual will be issued. A comprehensive instruction of all policies and procedures is available at head office and can be issued upon request

Application Form

For more information please contact: Samantha England Team Development Manager Leaf Homecare and Support Services
Unit 4 St Benedicts View - Grapes Hill - Norwich - Norfolk- NR24HH
Tel: 01603 612633
Email: sengland@leafsupport.org.uk

 


Organisation: The Benjamin Foundation
Job Title: Locum Project/Support Workers
Location: King's Lynn
Salary: £8.45 - £8.62 per hour 
Hours: Hours will vary to meet the needs of the service

Locum Project/Support workers are required to cover planned and unplanned staff absence and to meet the needs for additional staff cover on some occasions. The Service will be staffed 24/7 all year round. Locum Project/Support Worker shifts which involve overnight sleep-in duties, will receive an additional sleep-in payment.  

The Benjamin Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults.  An enhanced DBS check will be required for successful applicants. The Benjamin Foundation fully embeds the Nurtured Heart Approach® in all that it does and staff will adopt this approach as a part of their practice. Information and training about this Approach will be provided.

Application packs can be downloaded here 

Telephone: 01692 502145 Or Email: recruitment@benjaminfoundation.co.uk

Closing Date for Applications:  Monday 8th September Noon
Interview Date: Friday 19th September 2014 (King's Lynn)


Organisation: MAP
Job Title: Money Advice Worker 
Location: Norwich 
Salary: £21,551 pa
Hours: 37 per week 

As part of the Big Lottery 'Money Wise Home Safe' project, MAP is looking to recruit a Money Advice Worker to deliver money, housing, budgeting and benefits advice to young people in Norwich. Ideal candidates will have experience of helping young people to find employment, improve their financial confidence and develop money management skills. The successful candidate will be genuine, responsive and able to demonstrate an aptitude for working with young people.   

For further information and application pack go to www.map.uk.net or send an A4 SAE (large stamp) to HR, MAP, The Risebrow Centre, Chantry Road, Norwich, NR2 1RF clearly specifying the role of choice. 

Closing date for completed applications is 3rd September 2014. 


Organisation: MAP
Job Title: Youth Counsellor 
Location: King's Lynn (covering West Norfolk) 
Salary: £21,551 pa pro rata 
Hours: 18 per week 

MAP is looking for an experienced and engaging Youth Counsellor to deliver counselling sessions to young people aged 11-17 across West Norfolk. Applicants must have a recognised qualification in counselling, and be accredited, or eligible for accreditation, by the BACP, UKCP or an equivalent body. Days of the week and timings are negotiable, although there is a requirement for the successful applicant to work some late afternoons or evenings. 

For further information and application pack go to www.map.uk.net or send an A4 SAE (large stamp) to HR, MAP, The Risebrow Centre, Chantry Road, Norwich, NR2 1RF clearly specifying the role of choice. 

The closing date for completed applications is 3rd September 2014. 


Organisation: The Benjamin Foundation
Job Title: Senior Support Worker
Location: Linden House - Norwich
Salary: £18,036.20 - £19,182.80 plus annual on call allowance
Hours: 35 hours

The Benjamin Foundation will work in partnership with and on behalf of Norfolk County Council Children's Services to run Linden house, a semi-independent supported accommodation for up to 5 young people (predominantly 16 and 17 year olds) assessed as having high to specialist needs. The overall aim of the service is to provide safe and suitable accommodation and support for young people leaving care in Norfolk, and to prepare them for independence. We are looking to appoint a team for this exciting new 16+ Supported Accommodation Service in Norwich. 

The Benjamin Fully embeds the Nurtured Heart Approach ® in all that it does and staff will adopt this approach as a part of their practice. Information and training about this Approach will be provided. The Benjamin Foundation values diversity and welcomes applications from all minority groups. An Enhanced DBS check will be required for successful applicants.   

Application packs can be downloaded here 

Telephone: 01692 502145 Or Email: recruitment@benjaminfoundation.co.uk

Closing Date for Applications: 8th September 2014

Interview Dates: 16th, 17th, 19th, & 22nd September 2014 


Organisation: The Benjamin Foundation
Job Title: 3 x Support Workers
Location: Linden House - Norwich
Salary: £19,145.24 - £19,855.04 plus annual on call allowance
Hours: 35 hours + 2 sleep ins per week

The Benjamin Foundation will work in partnership with and on behalf of Norfolk County Council Children's Services to run Linden house, a semi-independent supported accommodation for up to 5 young people (predominantly 16 and 17 year olds) assessed as having high to specialist needs. The overall aim of the service is to provide safe and suitable accommodation and support for young people leaving care in Norfolk, and to prepare them for independence. We are looking to appoint a team for this exciting new 16+ Supported Accommodation Service in Norwich. 

The Benjamin Fully embeds the Nurtured Heart Approach ® in all that it does and staff will adopt this approach as a part of their practice.  Information and training about this Approach will be provided. The Benjamin Foundation values diversity and welcomes applications from all minority groups. An Enhanced DBS check will be required for successful applicants.   

Application packs can be downloaded here 

Telephone: 01692 502145 Or Email: recruitment@benjaminfoundation.co.uk

Closing Date for Applications: 8th September 2014

Interview Dates: 16th, 17th, 19th, & 22nd September 2014 


Organisation: The Benjamin Foundation
Job Title: Support Worker
Location: Linden House - Norwich
Salary: £9,802.20 - £10,167.24
Hours: 18 hours + 1 sleep in per week

The Benjamin Foundation will work in partnership with and on behalf of Norfolk County Council Children's Services to run Linden house, a semi-independent supported accommodation for up to 5 young people (predominantly 16 and 17 year olds) assessed as having high to specialist needs. The overall aim of the service is to provide safe and suitable accommodation and support for young people leaving care in Norfolk, and to prepare them for independence. We are looking to appoint a team for this exciting new 16+ Supported Accommodation Service in Norwich. 

The Benjamin Fully embeds the Nurtured Heart Approach ® in all that it does and staff will adopt this approach as a part of their practice.  Information and training about this Approach will be provided. The Benjamin Foundation values diversity and welcomes applications from all minority groups. An Enhanced DBS check will be required for successful applicants. 

Application packs can be downloaded here 

Telephone: 01692 502145 Or Email: recruitment@benjaminfoundation.co.uk 

Closing Date for Applications: 8th September 2014 

Interview Dates: 16th, 17th, 19th, & 22nd September 2014 


Organisation: The Benjamin Foundation
Job Title: Placement Coordinator
Location: Based at Walmington Court, Thetford
Salary: £7,953.92 p.a plus car allowance and mileage
Hours: 16 hours per week

As a Placement Coordinator you will be required to work with hosts and young people as part of a multi-disciplinary service. You will also be required to work on your own, showing self-motivation, initiative and flexibility. As a Placement Coordinator you will contribute to the day-to-day processes of the service in supporting hosts to prepare young people with the necessary life skills to live independently. The Benjamin Fully embeds the Nurtured Heart Approach ® in all that it does and staff will adopt this approach as a part of their practice. Information and training about this Approach will be provided. The Benjamin Foundation values diversity and welcomes applications from all minority groups. An Enhanced DBS check will be required for successful applicants.    

Application packs can be downloaded here

Telephone: 01692 502145 Or Email: recruitment@benjaminfoundation.co.uk

Closing Date for Applications: 30th September 2014

Interview Date:  9th October 2014 (Norwich)


Organisation: The Benjamin Foundation
Job Title: Sessional Support Worker
Location: Based at Oak Street, Norwich
Salary: £8.83 per hour
Hours: To meet the needs of the service

As a Support Worker you will be required to work with young people as part of a multi-disciplinary service. You will also be required to work on your own showing self-motivation, initiative and flexibility. As a Support Worker you will contribute to the day-to-day processes of the service in preparing young people with the necessary life skills to live independently. The Benjamin Fully embeds the Nurtured Heart Approach ® in all that it does and staff will adopt this approach as a part of their practice. Information and training about this Approach will be provided. The Benjamin Foundation values diversity and welcomes applications from all minority groups. An Enhanced DBS check will be required for successful applicants.  

Application packs can be downloaded here  

Telephone:  01692 502145 Or Email recruitment@benjaminfoundation.co.uk  

Closing Date for Applications: Thursday 30th September 2014

Interview Date:  Tuesday 9th October 2014 (Norwich)


Organisation: The Benjamin Foundation
Job Title: Senior Child Care Worker
Location: Great Yarmouth
Salary: £23,120 per annum
Hours:  37.25 per week

Job Role: We are looking to recruit a Senior Child Care Worker to support the Registered Manager and Assistant Manager in all aspects of the running of The Boat House (Children's Home) for 11-16 year olds with emotional and behavioural difficulties based in Great Yarmouth. To also provide an effective link between children and young people, team members and management, to take shift lead and fulfil on call responsibilities. The successful candidate must have experience of working within a Children's Home setting and must have a Level 3 Children and Young Persons Workforce Diploma or equivalent Qualification.  

The Benjamin Foundation values diversity and welcomes applications from all minority groups and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children. An Enhanced DBS check will be required for successful applicants. The Benjamin Foundation fully embeds the Nurtured Heart Approach ® in all that it does and staff will adopt this approach as a part of their practice. Information and training about this Approach will be provided. 

Application packs can be downloaded here 

Telephone: 01692 502145 or Email: recruitment@benjaminfoundation.co.uk

Closing Date for Applications: Tuesday 9th September 2014

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