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24-08-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 02 September 2015

Senior Casework Advisors x 2

Post 1 x 37

Post 2 x 18.5 hours

(temporary for 6 months) 

We are seeking experienced senior HR professionals to join our Casework Advisory team providing high quality, outcome focussed and risk based information, advisory and coaching service to managers.

Post 1: 1 x 37 hours

The focus of the role will be to respond to and up skill managers in resolving their people management/employee relations issues. As such, you will be required to apply your professional knowledge in a credible and confident way to ensure that people management issues can be resolved at the earliest stage.

The successful candidates will manage a group of Casework Advisors and work with line managers and peers adopting a coaching style to transfer skills and knowledge to support develop and guide them in understanding best practice in people management/employee relations issues. 

Post 2: 1 x 18.5 hours (Job share)

The role will comprise of two elements; one part will focus on leading a corporate safeguarding project for the Children and Adults Department. The other aspect will require applying professional knowledge in a credible and confident way to ensure that people management issues can be resolved effectively. 

For both roles…. 

The successful candidates will need to: 

-       Demonstrate a strong knowledge of employment law and considerable experience of using creative approaches to resolving people management issues in both informal and formal settings.

-       Demonstrate the ability to apply sound judgement (based on business and safeguarding needs) when advising managers on complex and difficult employee relations issues.

-       Have and showcase confidence and experience of managing high profile, high risk projects and issues using appropriate management techniques.

-       Have excellent negotiation and persuasion skills in influencing key stakeholders (such as directors, mangers, employees, councillors, trade unions etc.).

-       Demonstrate an ability to be creative and effective when recommending solutions to complex issues.

-       Apply employment law knowledge in a professional and credible way to ensure that people management issues can be resolved effectively.

-       To be brave, tenacious and resilient, and not be fazed by challenging the status quo.         

Closing Date: Wednesday 2 September 2015

Interview & Assessment: Friday 11 September 2015

If you would like further information about these opportunities, please email your contact details to employeecasework@nottinghamcity.gov.uk and we will be in touch.

21-08-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 04 September 2015

Multiple Casual roles available

Supporting citizens with a range of activities including personal care, maximising independence and administration of medication. Working predominantly in residential and day services.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

 - Experience of supporting with personal care to a high standard

 - Experience of supporting citizens who have ways of expressing themselves that may be regarded as challenging

 - Ability to communicate clearly and accurately orally and in writing.

 - Understanding and knowledge of what constitutes abuse and how to safegaurd people

This is a casual post. Shifts are not guaranteed. Work will be in various locations throughout the City. Work will primarily be in residential and day services. Casual staff will only be used once all pre-employment checks have been completed and an induction programme attended.

This post is the subject of a DBS enhanced check for a regulated activity

For informal enquiries please contact Chantelle Harness, Tel: 0115 8764484 email: adultprovision.recruitment@nottingham.gov.uk

21-08-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 04 September 2015

Multiple casual roles available

Care Worker 3s are responsible for planning, organising and facilitating citizen activities. Casual Care Worker 3s may be asked to contribute to writing Care Plans which maximise citizen independence, and will be expected to ensure plans in place are accurately updated.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

 - Ability to assess needs, risks and other wellbeing requirements and develop Care Plans to support these.

 - Knowledge and understanding of administration of medication.

 - Experience in supporting citizens who express themselves in ways that may challenge services.

 - Skilled in supporting citizens in maintaining their independence and dignity.

This is a casual post. Shifts are not guaranteed. Work will be in various locations throughout the City. Work will primarily be in residential and day services. Casual staff will only be used once all pre-employment checks have been completed and an induction programme attended.

This post is the subject of a DBS enhanced check for a regulated activity

For informal enquiries please contact Charlotte Gardiner, Tel: 0115 8763508 email: charlotte.gardiner@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

21-08-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 28 August 2015

Fixed Term for 12 months

Are you passionate about improving outcomes for vulnerable adults? Are you resilient, motivated and committed to making a difference to our citizens?

If you are enthusiastic, energetic and looking for a challenging and rewarding role in a diverse and vibrant city, then why not join our supportive team at Nottingham City Council.

To assist service users to use their Personal Budget to meet their social care needs, by helping them plan and source both paid support, and unpaid informal support from their social networks and communities.

You will benefit from supportive and proactive management and a genuine commitment to you and your career development. You will also have access to a full package of benefits and rewards including an award winning employee benefits scheme offering an incredible range of discounts to help your salary go further, family friendly policies, local government pension scheme, employee assistance programme, generous annual leave entitlement, colleague support networks, our Going the Extra Mile recognition scheme and much more. See the attached Colleague Total Rewards brochure for details of the full package.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

- Ability to research resources and develop innovative solutions to meet citizens’ outcomes

 - Ability to advise and empower vulnerable citizens to make choices, whilst remaining impartial.

 - Highly developed organisational, administrative and negotiating skills, including a thorough understanding of customer care issues

 - Ability to communicate effectively at all levels both verbally and in writing, including effective negotiating, influencing and presentation skills

 - Ability to communicate effectively with vulnerable citizens and their carers / family

 - Ability to write reports and keep accurate records

For informal enquiries please contact Elliott Wright, Tel: 0115 8763592 email: elliott.wright@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

A full enhanced DBS will be required.

21-08-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 04 September 2015

2 posts available - Post 1 - 18.5 Hours Permanent Post 2 -37 Hours 1 year Fixed term

Qualified role is Grade G £27,123

Unqualified role is Grade F £23,698

Are you passionate about improving outcomes for vulnerable adults? Are you resilient, motivated and committed to making a difference to our citizens?

If you are enthusiastic, energetic and looking for a challenging and rewarding role in a diverse and vibrant city, then why not join our supportive team at Nottingham City Council. We would welcome applications from qualified Rehabilitation Officers (Visual Impairment) or final year students completing the Foundation Degree in Rehabilitation Work (Visual Impairment) or equivalent.

The Adult Sensory Team is a busy and dynamic team providing assessment and direct rehabilitation to people with a visual impairment of all ages living in the City of Nottingham. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic Qualified Rehabilitation Officer (Diploma in Rehabilitation Studies (VI) or equivalent) to join our team. The work is varied and interesting and the team supportive and friendly.

You will assess the needs of people with a sensory impairment and work with them in practical ways to identify rehabilitation packages that enable independence with daily living activities, communication skills, mobility, etc. You will also provide advice on specialist equipment and non-sighted means of carrying out every day activities. You will need to be self-motivated, have good communication skills and be eager to take on new opportunities. This post offers the opportunity to work with a wide range of people and their families in the City using modern flexible working practices, which facilitate the ability to work creatively and efficiently.

You will benefit from supportive and proactive management and a genuine commitment to you and your career development. You will also have access to a full package of benefits and rewards including an award winning employee benefits scheme offering an incredible range of discounts to help your salary go further, family friendly policies, local government pension scheme, employee assistance programme, generous annual leave entitlement, colleague support networks, our Going the Extra Mile recognition scheme and much more. See the attached Colleague Total Rewards brochure for details of the full package.

We will also welcome applications from second year students completing the Foundation Degree in Rehabilitation Work (Visual Impairment).

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

 - To work within current policy and procedural frameworks.

 - Knowledge of services and legal framework relating to the needs of disabled people and their carers.

 - Develop effective and appropriate services to meet the needs of a diverse community.

 - Ability to form positive working relationships and work co-operatively with other professionals.

 - Ability to understand and respond to issues related to diversity within vulnerable groups.

 - Awareness, understanding and commitment to the pursuit of equal opportunities, in terms of service delivery and employment practice.

 - A commitment to advocating and educating others regarding issues related to vulnerable minority groups.

A full enhanced DBS will be required.

Previous applicants need not apply.

For informal enquiries please contact Caroline Davies, Tel: 0116 8838559 email: caroline.davies@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

 

 

19-08-2015 12:00 AM BST
Closing date: 02 September 2015

Multiple Casual roles available

To provide safe and appropriate personalised care and support to citizens in a way that that maintains their dignity, maximises independence and gives them choice and control over the way their care is provided. To work in any area of Adult Social Care, whether in the home, the community or within a Council establishment and to be prepared to work with Citizens with different and varying needs.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS

1. Ability to undertake personal care tasks

2. Experience of working in social care preferably in a paid capacity.

3. Ability to communicate clearly in writing

4. Ability to identify and assess risks and emergency situations.

This is a casual post. Shifts are not guaranteed. Work will be in various locations throughout the City. Work will primarily be in residential and day services. Casual staff will only be used once all pre-employment checks have been completed and an induction programme attended.

This post is the subject of a DBS enhanced check for a regulated activity

For informal enquiries please contact Chantelle Harness, Tel: 0115 8764484 email: adultprovision.recruitment@nottingham.gov.uk

 


 

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