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JOB VACANCY: Employment Support Worker (30hrs)

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JOB TITLE: Employment Support Worker

RESPONSIBLE TO: Centre Manager
PURPOSE OF JOB: To deliver and manage the Employment Programme and meet its aims and outcomes. To encourage, inspire and support the positive personal development of people towards the job market.
The role is solely working on BBO BRIDGES, which is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund

STARTING DATE: 04 January 2021

NOTICE PERIOD: One month either side
DISCLOSURE: The successful candidate will not be confirmed into post until a Disclosure and Barring Service Check (DBS) has been carried out and the results are satisfactory.
SALARY: £19,500.00
HOURS OF WORK: 30 hours per week
CONTRACT: 15 months fixed term
PROBATIONARY PERIOD: 6 months
LOCATION: Sandwell
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Respond to the needs of unemployed people looking for work
  2. Identify the barriers towards the job market for unemployed people
  3. Support Local People get job ready
  4. Providing one to one IAG for clients
  5. Facilitate sessions around employability skills and training
  6. Mentoring and supporting individuals to encourage empowerment and confidence
  7. Advertise and recruit people to the project and on occasions give formal presentations
  8. Work with local partners to promote and develop activities
  9. Maintain and administer all relevant data needed to record and report on the project
  10. To report in meetings to the Manager and other committees
  11. To ensure that all policies and procedures are adhered to, including Health & Safety and Child Protection Policies
  12.  Any other BBO BRIDGES related tasks

Key Requirements:

  • Willing to work flexible hours
  • Experience in identifying the needs and support to get people closer towards the job market
  • Deliver employment support sessions such as CV preparations and interview techniques.

For an application pack please email contact@bicentre.org.uk or call 01215588204

Closing date: 5pm Friday 4th December 2020

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JOB VACANCY: Family Matters Support Worker

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The Bangladeshi Islamic Centre (BIC) is a formally constituted, community led, independent charitable organisation, committed to the alleviation of disadvantage, inequality and deprivation through a targeted range of services to the communities of Sandwell and with a particular focus upon the Bangladeshi community. Among the wide range of services we provide, information, advice & guidance is amongst the most important to our communities with an average well in excess of 1,000 clients per annum coming to us for support.

 

Hourly Rate:            £12.50

Hours of Work:        29 Hours per week.

Salary:                    £18,850

Length of Contract: Fixed Term until August 2020 potential extension subject to funding.

 

Application Closing Date:   02/03/2020

 

BIC is looking for a Family matters support worker, who will lead on the support for the most disadvantaged unemployed and economically inactive families in the Black Country to get back into employment, training or learning opportunities.

 

You will have a background in family and employment support, with an extensive knowledge of employment barriers. You will have excellent communication and IT skills, administrative skills and be fully competent on Microsoft applications. You will have the ability to work independently and part of a team.

 

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Contact: Abdul Subhan contact@bicentre.org.uk.

Contact: 0121 558 8204

Collection:  Bangladeshi Islamic Centre 10-13 Lewisham Road Smethwick

West Midlands B66 2BP

 

BIC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of Any Kind: BIC is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at BIC are based on service needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, colour, religion or belief. BIC will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics. BIC encourages applicants of all ages.

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NEW VACANCY: Employment Support Worker

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JOB ADVERT: Bangladeshi Islamic Association/Centre

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JOB TITLE:                                  Employment Support Worker

RESPONSIBLE TO:                    Centre Manager

PURPOSE OF JOB:                    To deliver and manage the Employment Programme and meet its aims and outcomes. To encourage, inspire and support the positive personal development of  people towards the job market.

The role is solely working on BBO BRIDGES, which is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund.

 

STARTING DATE:                      As soon as possible

NOTICE PERIOD:                      One month either side

DISCLOSURE:                           The successful candidate will not be confirmed into post until a Disclosure and Barring Service Check (DBS) has been carried out and the results are satisfactory.

SALARY:                                    £16,367.00

HOURS OF WORK:                   25 hours per week

CONTRACT:                             28 months fixed term (reviewed annually)

PROBATIONARY PERIOD:       6 months

LOCATION:                                Sandwell

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Closing date: Monday 4th November 2019

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BBO Family Matters

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The Building Better Opportunities programme is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund who are co-investing in local projects tackling the root causes of worklessness, promoting social inclusion and driving local jobs and growth. Family Matters is one of four projects within this programme across the Black Country and will help people across Walsall, Wolverhampton, Dudley and Sandwell move into or closer to employment by developing their skills and confidence. Family Matters is managed by the Black Country Together CIC in partnership with 16 local organisations across the Black Country. Sandwell Consortium is one of those partners. We Bangladeshi Islamic Centre are a member of Sandwell Consortium will be working alongside the following partners to deliver the project. BIC offer FREE support to individuals who are aged over 15 years old to develop their skills & secure employment. Activities include:

  • One-to-One Mentoring
  • Numeracy & Literacy Courses
  • Access to Childcare
  • Benefit Check
  • Job Club
  • CV and Application Form Support
  • Interview Preparation
  • Volunteer Opportunities

For more information about the Family Matters Programme please contact us at the Bangladeshi Islamic Centre on 0121 5588204.

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BBO Bridges

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Sandwell Consortium are one of 29 organisations in partnership with Steps to Work (STW) who are the lead organisation for a new and exciting Black Country-wide Building Better Opportunities (BBO) project is funded by the European Social Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund.

As a partner of the Sandwell Consortium, we provide provision of employment support through the BRIDGES project. The aim is to support the most disadvantaged and economically inactive residents in a range of community and outreach settings across Sandwell, and services are provided primarily through Consortium members.

Through BRIDGES, we offer intensive support and tailored interventions to anyone who is:

·        25 years and over

·        Unemployed (cannot be in part time work or on 0 hours contract)

·        Economically Inactive (including those not working who are claiming benefits)

·        Has complex needs/multiple barriers which are impacting on  being able to enter paid employment

·        Requires support to  fully and independently engage in existing services

We provide FREE support to individuals through:

·        One-to-One Mentoring

·        Confidence & Motivation

·        Job Search Support

·        Assistance with CV’s and Application Forms

·        Interview Preparation

·        Support to Access Courses

·        Volunteer Opportunities

Through these services individuals will feel more socially included, confident and financially aware and will have established goals and aspirations. We will help them to feel motivated to achieve their aspirations and provide them with the skills and knowledge they need to accomplish them – making obvious progress towards employment.

If you are looking to increase your employability skills and secure employment or if you would like to know more about the BRIDGES project, please give us a call on   0121 5588204.  

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