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Cleaner – Children and Family Care, Leeds 9 ( Immediate start )

Job Title: Cleaner – children and Family Care

Salary: £9.90 per hour

Post: 15 Hours per week

Monday-Friday 10.00- 13.00

Location: Leeds

Closing Date: until appointed

Interview: To be arranged with applicant

 

Catholic Care was founded in 1863 and continually evolves its services to meet the needs of people today and tomorrow. The charity now cares for adults, children & families and helps those who are disadvantaged, vulnerable and marginalized; people of all faiths or of no faith at all. The charity also employs people of all faiths and none

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Email your CV to recruitment@catholic-care.org.uk

Graduate Trainee

This three year programme will give committed graduates who are wishing to pursue a career in caring for and supporting disadvantaged, vulnerable and marginalised people, the employment, training and opportunities to make a positive impact on the lives of people living in Yorkshire.  You will be working in a variety of roles, in each service area for a 6 month period, to gain insight into the service, the focus it has on the service users, how it is managed and how it can be sustainably developed in the future.  You could be placed in any service area within the organisation including any of the following:

 

  • Adult Learning Disability Service – Supporting people in residential and supported living homes where the focus is on people’s abilities and not their disabilities.
  • Adult Mental Health Service – Supporting people on their recovery journey with a focus on being tenancy ready and on future employment. Also includes housing options and benefits.
  • Older People’s Services – Supporting people in extra care and in their own homes in the community with a focus on independence and being able to live in their own home for as long as they are able to do so.
  • Children’s Services: Residential Care – caring for and inspiring vulnerable, disadvantaged and often damaged young people. Teaching life skills and resilience for life after care.
  • Children’s Services: Schools, Children & Family Wellbeing Service – working with our qualified team of professionals to provide advice, support and counselling to children, young people, families and school staff.
  • Community – working in a wide variety of community services: including: young carers, support for mothers and babies in difficult circumstances, groups for older people, stay & play, asylum seekers and refugees
  • Operations and Resources – including areas such as Finance, Systems, Human Resources, Communications & Marketing. We will try to prioritise your choices to match you to the areas you are most interested in.

What We Can Offer You:

You will enjoy a variety of experiences, develop an enormous breadth of skills and build relationships that will stay with you throughout your career.

You will have the opportunity to enhance your qualifications with training appropriate to the service you are working in.  At the end of your second year you will have the opportunity to further enhance your learning and development in the area you choose to specialise by undertaking an Apprenticeship to achieve a Diploma Level 5 qualification, specialising in either children or adult care.  All training will be funded by the Charity.

In addition to the Charity itself each service area you work in includes development through induction, professional supervision and a performance and development process.  You will also be assigned a professional development worker to support you through the scheme.

At the end of the three years, if mutually agreed, there may be an offer of employment on a more permanent basis.

What You Need:

For our graduate programme you must be on track for or have achieved a minimum of a 2:1 Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent during the current academic year 2021/2022, or the previous 2 academic years.  We welcome applications from students of all degree disciplines.  Above all, you need to be able to demonstrate your commitment to working in a values led, third sector, organisation where the needs of the people we serve are at the center of everything we do.

Interested?

Please apply by completing and submitting the online application by the closing date.

If you are shortlisted to the next stage you will need to be available to attend the interview day on 7 June 2022.

Closing date for applications: 5pm on Friday 27th May 2022.

Interview Process: a competency based interview, group interaction and a presentation.

Interviews: 7 June 2022

Start date: September 2022

Please note we cannot accept CVs and will be unable to give feedback on unsuccessful applications.

About the Charity:

 For 160 years Catholic Care has been providing flexible solutions to social challenges across West Yorkshire and some parts of North Yorkshire and Humberside.  Our annual turnover is just over £4M. We employ around 170 staff and 30 volunteers who delivered a wide range of services benefitting more than 2000 people in 2021 including, residential and supported accommodation for adults with learning difficulties and mental health issues, extra care for older people, a residential care home for children, social work and children’s mental health services predominantly delivered into schools, services for pregnant women, asylum seekers and refugees and community services for older people and preschool children.

Catholic Care is an equal opportunities employer.

Catholic Care provides services without discrimination, to people of all faiths and none.  The Charity also employs people of all faiths or no faith at all. 

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School Social Worker full and Part Time positions available

Are you a motivated, passionate and experienced social worker with an inspiring approach that is committed to making a real difference to the lives of children, young people and their families? If so, please read on.

The Schools, Children and Family Wellbeing Service provides therapeutic social work services to schools across West and parts of North Yorkshire working alongside staff in school and outside agencies.

Would you like to use your social work skills to provide a high quality therapeutic social work service in schools? As a result of the issues arising from the pandemic demand is increasing from schools and we are now looking for dedicated individuals who wish to be part of a dynamic preventative service helping children and young people to overcome their barriers and to achieve their full potential.

Job Title:         School Social Worker

Salary:             Spinal Point 18 -25 currently £25,419 – £30,095 pro rata dependent on qualifications and experience

Post:                Full time vacancy available with term time only and 11-month contracts also available

Location:         West Yorkshire

Closing Date:  Until appointed                          

Interviews:       To be arranged with applicant  

 

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To find out more about this position simply visit the Job Profile page, where you can download and complete the application form and send it back to us online

Support Worker and Outreach, Flexible working hours- Silsden, Bingley, Shipley, Keighley, Skipton, Todmorden, Sutton-In-Craven, Wetherby & North Leeds

Support Worker and Outreach

Supporting others has never been more important. Have you considered a career in adult social care? Working to make a real difference. Do you have a caring nature? Do you like helping people? Then you could be part of a dedicated team caring and supporting adults with a learning disability in supported living.

Our main priority is to find people with the right values and behaviours who can help us to ensure our work place values are at the heart of everything we do. These will be dedicated people, who believe that it is the fundamental right of everyone to be treated in a way that promotes choice and respects their dignity and privacy.

It is not always necessary to have experience. From day one Catholic Care will support you with your learning and development. If this appeals to you then working in our services might just be for you. If you celebrate diversity, value inclusivity, compassion and empathy, we would welcome an application from you.

Catholic Care is a faith-based charity providing care and support for people from different cultural and religious backgrounds and enable integration to the local community.
We employ people of all faiths and none.

 

Job Title: Support Worker – outreach for Adult care (including Mental Health, Older people and learning disability services) (Care Bank workers also required £11.09 inclusive)

Salary: Spinal Point 3 – 7 Salary £19,100 – £20,444 pro rata (dependent on qualifications and experience)

Post: Flexible working hours. Shift patterns to include weekends and bank holidays. Sleep in allowance payable

Location: Silsden, Bingley, Shipley, Keighley, Skipton, Todmorden, Sutton-In-Craven, Wetherby & North Leeds

Closing Date: Until position Filled

Interview Date: To be arranged with applicant

 

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To find out more about this position simply visit the Job Profile page, where you can download and complete the application form and send it back to us online.

Waking Nights – Sutton-In Craven

 

We are currently recruiting for a support worker to provide waking night cover in one of our supported living houses, supporting adults with a learning disability.

If you are a caring person with energy, enthusiasm and the desire and passion to provide a high-quality service for our tenants in assisting them to maintain their independence and enjoy a high quality of life then this could be the role for you.

We are looking to appoint a person with strong personal values aligned to those of the charity to form part of a well-established team of support workers.

As a waking night support worker, you would be expected to carry out general duties throughout the night and provide any support that is required by the tenants as indicted in their support plans. This could include providing personal care, administering medication along with more general support and reassurance as and when needed.

If you are as excited about the prospect of a new challenge then we would like to speak with you as it may be just the role you are looking for.

 

Job Title: Support Worker (Waking Nights) – Sutton-in Craven

Salary: SP3 £19,100 to SP7 £20,444 Pro Rata  (dependent upon experience)

Post: Permanent – Part Time  (27 hours)– To form part of a rota covering 7 nights per week, this will include some weekends and bank holidays.

Location: Sutton-In-Craven

Closing Date: All Applications will be considered when submitted.

Interview Date: To be confirmed

 

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To find out more about this position simply visit the Job Profile page, where you can download and complete the application form and send it back to us online

Catholic Care Trustee

Catholic Care is seeking to recruit new trustees to increase the breadth of knowledge and experience on its established Board of Trustees. Could you be part of a dedicated team delivering social action throughout the Diocese of Leeds through caring for and supporting adults, children and families who are disadvantaged, vulnerable and marginalised?  If you want to live your faith through action we would welcome an application from you.

Catholic Care is seeking to appoint individuals with experience in the areas of fundraising, marketing / communications, HR, finance and law and, also those with specific experience in working with vulnerable client groups.

 

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To find out more about this position simply visit the Job Profile page, where you can download and complete the application form and send it back to us online

 

Residential Child Care Worker (Care Bank workers also required £11.09 inclusive)

Residential Child Care Worker

Exiting OpportunityDo you have what it takes to make a positive difference to the lives of children and young people? Would you like to be part of a dedicated team caring for Children and Young People in a Residential Setting?We currently have a Vacancy at our Children's Residential Home in Leeds,For more information visit catholic-care.org.uk/recruitment/latest-vacancies/

Posted by Catholic Care on Wednesday, 7 October 2020

 

We are looking for responsible, caring people to join our fantastic team at our residential children’s home as a Residential Childcare Worker.
This is a great opportunity to start or continue your career in care, working as part of a team committed to helping children and young people with varied and complex needs. Your work will be challenging and rewarding in equal measure and you will be working in a setting where we maintain a strong safeguarding culture, where children and young people are listened to, respected and involved in as many decisions as possible.

Our Residential Childcare Workers carry out an essential and varied role to provide the support required by the children and young people in our care.

Previous experience in a care setting would be great but isn’t essential as full training will be given, and the right motivation, personal qualities and levels of resilience are just as important. This role is ideal for people who want to make a real difference to children and young people’s lives and futures.

Already qualified to or willing to work towards your level 3 qualification in Residential Childcare, you will be calm, engaging, resilient, and be motivated to provide a safe, caring environment where every child can thrive.
Our home offers residential care for boys aged11-18 with social, emotional and mental health difficulties.

Why join us?

We offer a friendly and inclusive working environment and the chance to be part of a fantastic team, who work hard and support each other to deliver exceptional support, care and guidance giving you the opportunity to enrich the lives of young people and make a positive difference.

We are committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will be subject to a fully Enhanced DBS.

 

Job Title:

Salary:

Residential Child Care Worker 

SP3 – SP7 £19,100- £20,444 depending on qualification and experience (Care Bank workers also required £11.09 inclusive)


Post:

Full Time Positions
(Shift patterns to include weekends, bank holidays and sleep-ins)
Sleep in allowance payable

Location:

Closing Date:

Interview Date:

Leeds

Until position filled

To be arranged with applicant

Find out more:


To find out more about this position simply visit the Job Profile page, where you can download and complete the application form and send it back to us online.

Senior Support Worker- Outreach (Grade 2) Brighouse, Dewsbury, Skipton, Bingley

 

 

Could you lead a dedicated team supporting adults with learning disabilities in a supported living setting? Then this could be the job for you.

At Catholic Care we are looking to recruit a passionate and committed Senior Support Worker to join our team. We are looking for Someone who believes that it is the fundamental right of everyone to be treated in a way that respects their dignity and privacy.

We provide support for people from all different cultural and religious backgrounds , supporting and encouraging them to become part of their local community.

 

Job Title: Senior Support Worker (Grade 2)

Salary: Spinal Point 8 – 12 currently £20,852 – £22,571 (dependent on qualifications and experience)

Post: Full Time Position (shifts patterns to include weekends and bank holidays) Sleep in allowance payable

Location: Brighouse, Dewsbury, Skipton, Bingley

Closing Date: Until position filled

Interview Date: To be arranged with applicant

 

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To find out more about this position simply visit the Job Profile page, where you can download and complete the application form and send it back to us online.

Support Worker + Outreach ( Bank Staff also required £11.09 inclusive )

 

Working to make a real difference

We are looking for an excellent values driven person for the role of a Support Worker plus Outreach across our supported living homes for adults with a learning disability and also out in the community.  The Charity does not employ agency staff and has a team of dedicated bank and floating staff to support the homes and outreach contracts.

Do you have a caring nature? Do you like helping people? Can you work in a flexible way? Then you could be part of a dedicated team caring for adults with a learning disability in a supported living setting and / or supporting adults with a learning disability or older people on an outreach basis within the local community;

Our main priority is to find people with the right values and behaviours who can help us to ensure our work place values are at the heart of everything we do. These will be dedicated people, who believe that it is the fundamental right of everyone to be treated in a way that promotes choice and respects their dignity and privacy.

It is not always necessary to have experience. From day one Catholic Care will support you with your learning and development. If this appeals to you then working in our services might just be for you. If you celebrate diversity, value inclusivity, compassion and empathy, we would welcome an application from you.

Catholic Care is a faith-based charity providing care and support for people from different cultural and religious backgrounds and enable integration to the local community.
We employ people of all faiths and none.

 

Job Title:

Salary:

Support Worker + Outreach (Bank staff also required £11.09 inclusive)

SP3 – SP7 £19,100 – £20,444 pro rata dependent on qualifications and experience


Post:

Full & Part Time considered included flexible working across evenings and weekends ( Must be a driver)

Location:

Closing Date:

Interview Date:

Vacancy covering: – Shipley, Skipton, Dewsbury & Sutton-In-Craven 

Until position filled

To be arranged with applicant

 

 

 

 

Find out more:

To find out more about this position simply visit the Job Profile page, where you can download and complete the application form and send it back to us online.

Support Worker + Outreach

 

Supporting others has never been more important. Have you considered a career in adult social care?

 

Working to make a real difference

Supporting others has never been more important. Have you ever considered a career in adult social care? Working to make a real difference. Do you have a caring nature? Do you like helping people? Then you could be part of a dedicated team caring and supporting adults with a learning disability in a supported living.

Our main priority is to find people with the right values and behaviours who can help us to ensure our work place values are at the heart of everything we do. These will be dedicated people, who believe that it is the fundamental right of everyone to be treated in a way that promotes choice and respects their dignity and privacy.

It is not always necessary to have experience. From day one Catholic Care will support you with your learning and development. If this appeals to you then working in our services might just be for you. If you celebrate diversity, value inclusivity, compassion and empathy, we would welcome an application from you.

Catholic Care is a faith-based charity providing care and support for people from different cultural and religious backgrounds and enable integration to the local community.
We employ people of all faiths and none

 

Job Title:

Salary:

Domiciliary Outreach Support Worker for Adult Care ( including Mental Health, Older people and learning disability services) 

Spinal Point 3 – 7 Salary £19,100 – £20,092 pro rata dependent on qualifications and experience


Post:

Full & Part Time positions available. ( Would consider term time only, Flexible and weekend working contracts) shift patterns to include weekends and bank holidays. Sleep in allowance payable

Location:

Closing Date:

Interview Date:

Oakworth, Bingley, Todmorden, Shipley, Brighouse &Skipton

Until position filled

To be arranged with applicant

 

Find out more:

To find out more about this position simply visit the Job Profile page, where you can download and complete the application form and send it back to us online.