Five Lamps and Conduit (our trading company) offer great opportunities for talented people
We want people who are enthusiastic, can connect with people and who have a flexible and “can do” attitude
We are currently recruiting:
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Home from Hospital Support Worker
We are seeking an experienced Support Worker to assist older people from hospital discharge.
Location: Based at University of North Tees Hospital. There will be multi-location working across Stockton- on- Tees and consequently the post is designated as ‘essential car user’.
Hours: 37 hours per week. Flexible hours (evenings and weekend working will be required)
Responsible to: Registered Manager
Salary Scale: SCP 14 (£17,694)
Job Purpose: When older people come out of hospital, they can need more support than usual to help get them back on their feet. Five Lamps’ Home Safe Sooner project provides this support for up to 7 days post discharge from University Hospital North Tees. Our staff can help with anything from transport home; ensuring the heating works and the house is tidy; collecting shopping or prescriptions and liaising with a wide range of other services to reduce the chance that an older person will end up back in hospital. They can also provide a vital link between the older person and the outside world at a time when they are still recovering from an accident or illness and encourage them to get involved in social inclusion activities
Contract Period: Temporary for 1 year starting on 2 October 2017. A permanent contract could be awarded subject to securing funding
- Download the Home from Hospital Support Worker Job Description (Word)
- Download the Home from Hospital Support Worker Person Specification (Word)
- Download Five Lamps Application Form 2017 (Word)
To apply for this post please download the above documents and complete and return Five Lamps Application Form to email@example.com
The closing date for this post is 25 August 2017 @ 17:00. If you have not had a reply by 1 September 2017 please assume your application has been unsuccessful.
To book an appointment for an informal discussion regarding this vacancy please contact Rachel Maughan, Registered Manager on (01642) 753517.
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Care Assistants (Home Care)
Location: Based at South Thornaby Community Centre; however this post will require working across and travelling between multiple customer homes in Stockton
Hours: Minimum contract of 16 hours per week. Flexible hours (evenings and weekend working will be required)
Salary Scale: £7.50 per hour (National Living Wage). Mileage, travel time and additional rates for bank holidays are paid in addition.
Contract Period: Initially for 12 months, but a permanent contract could be awarded subject to business growth
- Download the Care Assistant Job Description (Word)
- Download the Care Assistant Person Specification (Word)
To apply for this post please download the above documents and send CV’s to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Volunteers (Youth work)
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to join our youth services team to support the delivery of fun, safe, social and educational activities to young people
We are recruiting:
Volunteer Youth Worker
- Download the Volunteer Youth Worker Job Description (Word)
For more information, please contact Amy Baker on (01642) 608316 or email@example.com
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Volunteers (Home Care)
Are you passionate about supporting older people to have active and joyful lives?
We are currently recruiting:
Enthusiastic and creative Volunteer Activities Support Workers
This role presents a unique opportunity to join an award winning charity, that has developed a new service and places older people at the heart of everything we do, ensuring best practice in meeting individual needs and the provision of outstanding care.
You’ll have an empathy with the needs of older people and understand the importance of treating our Service Users with dignity and respect. You will also have a sense of fun and a natural ability to help them make the most out of everyday life.
We want to give older people opportunities to meet up with old friends and make new ones while having some fun and sharing common interests. Lunch clubs bring older people together to enjoy a hot nutritious meal and socialise with friends at the same time. Lunch clubs may play host to music, bingo or guest speakers, but we will actively encourage volunteers to speak to service users and design sessions together and develop friendly and respectful relationships.
As with any position working with vulnerable people you will be subject to a safer recruitment process, reference checks and a clear disclosure and barring service check will be part of this process. These costs will be met by Five Lamps.
For more information or to apply for a volunteering role, please contact Rachel Maughan, Registered Manager- email firstname.lastname@example.org