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To ensure we have a constant pool of night casualstaff to work within the Departments childrens homes disability Limetree Court and Kinloss Garth, we wish to appoint a number of Casual Night Care Support Workers.
You will work as part of a team to provide a high quality effective service to meet the needs of children in the home. You will be required to work irregular hours, as and when required, for specific purposes. This would include homes with disabilities and/or an outreach service.
You must have experience of working in a social care environment. Experience of working with children in a paid or voluntary capacity is desirable. You must be able to communicate with, and assist children with social, personal and physical care.
Interviews w/c 4th June.
To ensure we have a constant pool of staff to work within the Departments childrens homes we wish to appoint a number of Casual Support Workers.
You will work as part of a team to provide a high quality effective service to meet the needs of children in the home. You will be required to work irregular hours, as and when required, for specific purposes. This would include homes catering for children and young people with disabilities and/or an outreach service.
You must have experience of working in a social care environment. Experience of working with children in a paid or voluntary capacity is desirable.
You must be able to communicate with, and assist children with social, personal and physical care.
Interviews w/c 4th June.
Are you passionate about making a positive and lasting difference for the people of Hull? Are you able to contribute to achieving our vision of enabling people to have a life not a service?
The transformation programme we have embarked upon and making a success of our new operating model is key to ensuring the work we do is sustainable and effective in the future. There has been significant investment in additional posts to support the transformation and Hull City Council are looking for exceptional individuals like you to join the Adult Social Care team.
You will work as part of an integrated multi-disciplinary team to provide high quality social work practice, ensuring individuals have a solution focussed plan towards achieving their goals and maintaining their independence. You will work creatively with individuals, local communities and our partners, empowering them to deliver the best possible outcomes for people and to create a positive Adult Social Care culture.
We are looking for individuals who are qualified and experienced social workers who can demonstrate:
All Social Workers must be able to provide and support the delivery of high quality social work activities however, we have opportunities for different levels of experience as follows:
Grade 8: 28,221 - 30,756
This post is for you if you have completed your ASYE and can demonstrate increased decision making autonomy in situations of increasing complexity, risk, uncertainty and challenge.
Grade 9: 31,401 - 34,106
This post will provide and support expert and effective social work practice in complex situations, assessing and managing high levels of risk and providing expert opinion in relation to decisions surrounding complex cases. You will undertake a professional leadership role taking responsibility for the learning and development of others, through leadership and management, supervision, mentoring, assessing and teaching.
Due to the recent restructure and internal promotions, there are a number of posts available within Locality, Hospital and Active Recovery teams.
Please note that 7 day working including bank holidays will be required for Hospital and Active Recovery and it is anticipated this will not be more than 1 weekend in 3.
Your preferences of team and rota will be discussed with you at interview stage. Details of the teams are outlined below:
Active Recovery Assessment and Rapid Recovery
Active Recovery is used to proactively work with people over a defined period of time to achieve goals with the overall aim of maximising their independence, health and quality of life. It is aimed at adults who have a new or longer term need for services but could be supported to recover or minimise their needs, reducing reliance on longer term care. Active Recovery operates differently from traditional home care as it focuses on helping people regain the ability to do as much for themselves as possible rather than doing things for them demonstrating how to achieve something and then gradually standing back to encourage people to develop these skills
Rapid Recovery is working withpeople placed into step down/respite beds to support them home as quickly as possible. You will work in a person centred, solution focused way and assessments and reviews will focus on identifying and updating peoples individual goals and their ability to achieve them.
Hospital See and Solve & Hospital Locality
The Hospital See & Solve Team supports a person being discharged from hospital and the team play an important role in ensuring that peoples independence is maximised and that those people who formally enter the system do not unnecessarily grow dependent on it but strive to maximise their strengths and achieve their goals. The teams use a solution focussed approach to discuss what is important to people, and use their expertise and knowledge of the community to help them identify options and commit to action.
The Hospital Localityteam supports all individuals requiring longer term adult social care input on discharge from hospital; working with health professionals to assess their immediate needs, identifying the goals they would like to achieve and the support required to meet these, working with Brokerage to identify suitable providers; ensuring a timely and coordinated discharge from hospital.
East & West Locality Teams
The East and West Locality teams work in partnership with all individuals requiring longer term adult social care support. Referrals to the teams will come directly from See & Solve Community, for ongoing support following Active Recovery and after a hospital discharge package has been put in place. The teams are work jointly, between Social Work, Occupational Therapy as well as with Sensory and Telecare colleagues, to identify actions and goals the individual wants to achieve and the best way to achieve these and are within statutory frameworks including the MCA 2005 and Care Act 2014. The teams also ensure individuals receive timely and proportionate reviews ensuring that an individuals goals and actions are reflecting changes in their life and supporting them to be independent.
For an informal discussion about the post please contact:
Active Recovery - Judith Lawty (01482) 318700 email@example.com
East Locality - Wendy Curry (01482) 612450 firstname.lastname@example.org
West Locality - Colin Mulligan (01482) 572911 email@example.com
Hospital Locality/See &Solve Scott Hardesty 01482 605220 firstname.lastname@example.org
The dates for the selection process may be subject to change.
Fixed term for 6 months.
We are looking for an experienced Social Care Worker who is committed to providing high quality care to looked after children. This is an exciting time to join the residential service in Hull City Council as it is high on the governments agenda.
As a Registered Childrens Homes Manager for Merlin Bridge Childrens Home, you will be responsible for ensuring the day-to-day standards of care are the highest possible. You will also be involved in developing the service to reflect the needs of a changing population of Children Looked After including working with children out of the home and with their carers on occasion.
You will have a relevant NVQ 4 qualification and be willing to work towards NVQ level 5. You will also have substantial experience working within a social care field with supervising and developing responsibility. Experience of working within a Children's home is essential as is a positive attitude to young people who have experienced trauma, whom may display challenging behaviour at times.
The successful applicant will be required to:
Support the senior cook in the service provision in line with current legislation and departmental policies/procedures.
Support the Senior Cook in Providing a high quality, nutritious and customer focused catering service to the school children and parents of the school.
Work with minimal supervision, while assisting with developing the onsite catering staffs skills and commitment to delivering a quality service.
Demonstrate flair and motivation in all of their duties with good leadership and management skills.
All applicants must have:
Previous catering experience within a small to medium size catering operation.
Basic and Intermediate Food Hygiene qualifications.
An NVQ Level 2 Food Preparation and Cooking Skills Qualification is desirable.
The Council is recruiting to a number of exciting new roles to support a key transformation programme called WorkSmart. WorkSmart is about creating a modern working environment for our employees, by adopting flexible working practices and utilising the benefits of digital technologies. WorkSmart will use technology and office design to reduce the Councils building needs and promote productivity, value for money and an excellent work-life balance for staff.
As an ICT Officer you will be involved in procuring, configuring, issuing and supporting a range of devices required to support WorkSmart including tablets, PCs, laptops and mobiles; so youll need previous experience of working in ICT support along with a good knowledge of hardware, peripherals and operating systems. Previous experience of imaging technologies such as WDS/MDT/SCCM or VMware Mirage would also be beneficial.
You will have a successful track record of working in a busy environment to a high degree of accuracy while delivering in line with SLA targets. Youll be qualified to NQF Level 3 (A-Level equivalent) or have equivalent experience. Technical qualifications (i.e. MCP) and/or relevant training are desirable.
You will work in conjunction with ICT Officers, Senior ICT Officers, an Operational Lead and a Team Manager to deliver a robust, friendly and customer focused support function. Three ICT Officer posts are available, two permanent and one fixed term for 18 months. There is a requirement to work Saturdays on a rota basis, and youll receive the appropriate enhancements.
Shortlisting:w/c Tuesday 8 May 2018
Interviews: w/c Monday 14 May 2018
Fixed Term until November 2018 due to External Funding.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to co-ordinate the management of the Humber Skills Pledge. This part time role will involve working closely with a range of business partners who have already made a pledge to support one of six key areas of skills delivery. In addition the successful candidate will work with local authorities, stakeholders such as schools and training providers and the Humber LEP Skills Team to implement the pledges to create opportunities for mutual benefit. The role holder will also work to increase the numbers of businesses engaged.
Working from a base at the Humber LEP main office in Hull the role will require travel across the Humber. This role is externally funded which is due to cease in November 2018.
The purpose of this role is to receive training and practical experience leading to Clerk of Works status within the Highways Asset Management team overseeing the delivery of Council and developer led highway related projects. You would be responsible for ensuring that the material used and work carried out on site and on the highway meet the required quality and safety standards, ensuring that all relevant contract documentation, current legislation and specifications are followed correctly. The work involves regular visits to site and working within the highway or where construction works are on-going or due to take place.
You must have a HNC and/or HND level qualification or equivalent level of experience, as well as experience of highway construction/civil engineering projects to tight time and budgets constraints.
You must be able to transport self and equipment to various locations within the City and be flexible to work evenings and weekends when required.
Fixed Term to 28 February 2019 to provide cover for substantive post holder.
The Customer Programme is an exciting new development designed to significantly modernise the Councils online services. The Programme Team will be the driving force for enhancing the online customer experience and enabling significant efficiencies. This is major investment in a comprehensive technology refresh that will form the basis of further improvements across the Authority and with partners for years to come. This is an opportunity to play a key role in the delivery of this important change agenda.
We are looking for a Business Analyst who will lead on appropriate process re-engineering work streams to ensure that the IT solutions support business need and enhance customer satisfaction. You will guide a small team of Customer Services Officers and work collaboratively with project managers, team leaders, IT colleagues and other stakeholders to ensure a clear understanding of the issues impacting successful delivery and be driven to deliver to tight deadlines.
You will have experience of undertaking Change Management, planning and implementing new ways of working at an operational level. Ability to motivate and work within a team is essential. You will have excellent skills in effecting compromise, for example balancing the customer experience of an online service against the needs of the service area to process jobs efficiently, all within the bounds of costs constraints and technical feasibility. You will have strong IT skills and be able to work within an Agile methodology and ideally have experience of this.
This post is part of a broader Transformation Team, and there may be opportunities to work on other projects and programmes across the authority requiring the same skill set.
This post is open to internal or external applicants. For internal applicants, this post is available as a secondment opportunity subject to the Council's secondment policy accessible via the intranet.
The role of Support Organiser will be based with the Supporting Independence Team based at Thornton Court.
To assist in the delivery of anActive Recovery Service across the whole of the Hull City Council Boundary. Providing short-term practical support to individuals to help them regain independence working with them in a solution focused,person centred way. The Service will support the completion ofeffective goal planningto meet individual need, promoting and maintaining independence enabling people to remain in their own homes.
The Support Organisers Rota consists of working 1 in 3 weekends on a 6 week rolling rota.
Start Times can be from 6am/7am and finishing times up to 10pm (but you will not be required to work any longer than 8 hours per shift.)
We endeavour to promote partnership working with other agencies to ensure services are delivered in accordance with Care Quality Commission requirements and support National Strategic Frameworks and local objectives for performance and in conjunction with achieving the best possible outcomes for the citizens of Hull.
Promoting a Life not a Service.
To work as part of a multi agency Community Safety Team involved in discharging the City Councils functions and commitments in relation to improving community safety. Leading on the investigation of anti social behaviour, neighbourhood nuisance and low level crime, working with and supporting victims/ witnesses and perpetrators. To undertake enforcement action against perpetrators within appropriate anti social behaviour, environmental and housing legislation and/or other appropriate powers.
To participate in the provision of highly interactive client focused responses to requests for service, to reduce and deter anti-social behaviour, neighbourhood nuisance and low level crime and to promote best practice.
You must be able to remain calm, diplomatic, and approachable in stressful and pressurised situations and deal with people showing a variety of emotions including aggression, whilst still providing an effective service.
The ability to work flexible hours to meet the requirements of the service is essential. You will also be required to deputise for the Team Leader in his/her absence.
Planning Services are seeking a flexible, enthusiastic individual, who is committed to providing excellent customer service to join the Building Control Team.
Full training will be provided and, in appropriate cases, assistance with further qualifications will be given.
You will be expected to manage your own workload of predominantly domestic applications from preliminary enquiry through to project completion. This will include a wide variety of tasks including fee verification, assessing plans, undertaking site inspections and carrying out unauthorised work investigations. The successful applicant will be required to work within challenging schedules and have the ability to respond with flexibility to our customers needs.
You will be self-motivating with the ability to work on your own initiative, or as part of a team and have the skills required to promote local authority building control services to a range of local and regional clients to support the team in maintaining and developing a competitive building control service.
You will have a suitable qualification in Building Surveying or another relevant discipline and suitable experience in the construction industry including the ability to understand domestic architectural drawings and construction design methods
To be appointed on Grade 7 you will need to hold a minimum qualification of B.T.E.C. HNC in Building Surveying or other relevant discipline and be able to demonstrate that you have substantial experience of supervising building projects, suitable experience of the Building Regulations process, assessing architectural drawings with an excellent knowledge of all types of construction.
Avalid driving licence and the use of a private motor vehicle is desirable for which a casual user car mileage allowance will be paid.
Engineering teacher/assessor (Welding and Fabrication).
Full time Engineering Tutor (37 hours).
Hull Training and Adult Education is part of Hull City Council and is one of the major providers of apprenticeships and further education in the region with an excellent reputation for delivering quality courses for learner and employers.
Due to significant growth we now have an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing team working with young people and adults across the area. Due to recent investments across the region we are looking for skilled engineers in the field of welding and fabrication.
Experience and qualification in training would be an advantage, however, if you are vocationally qualified with no previous teaching experience we encourage you to apply as all relevant training will be provided for those with the right skills. We are looking for individuals who can make a significant contribution to the development of our learners in a growing sector.
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