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NW4YOU Support Worker

Zoek Pin East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England

£18000.00 - £18000.00 PerAnnum

Permanent (Full time)

Posted 42 days ago

Carers Federation Ltd is a national charity and Company Limited by Guarantee established in 1992 to empower and support unpaid carers, the people for whom they care and the wider community.

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The charity is managed by a Board of Trustees elected by our membership.

The post holder will be expected to provide support to Young Adult Carers between the ages of 16 to 25yrs who are identified as NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training).

This is an exciting role where the successful candidate will support and improve the employment opportunities of Young Adult Carers.

The work will include offering Young Carers Statutory assessments, sign posting and link working with DWP, Nottingham Jobs and various other Employment agencies.

The post holder will liaise with Colleges, Universities and Third Sector organisations and adhere to local and national safeguarding policies for both children and adults.

The post holder will work as part of a small team of 6 based at the main office on Pelham.

You will report to the AYC service manager.

The post covers Nottingham City only and is funded by the Nottingham City Council and European Social Fund (Own car is essential) Due to the current pandemic the successful candidate will be required to predominantly work from home, attend meetings via ZOOM or Microsoft TEAMS.

However, a clean driving licence and owning a car is essential Grade 1b £18,000 (pro rata) increasing to £19,768 (pro rata) after successful six month probation period This post is subject to medical, reference and enhanced DBS checks.

“Striving to promote equality and diversity throughout our service” Closing date: 1 ST June 2021

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