currently recruiting - january 2019: sateda and Social Enterprise Kent
Support2Court Project Assistant
Salary: £18,278 pro-rata
Hours: 25 hours per week, 12pm-5pm across 5 days
Location: Based in Medway - with travel throughout Kent (use of car is essential)
SATEDA are thrilled to be recruiting a project assistant who will work alongside our existing team to support survivors of domestic abuse with divorce/finance proceedings, by attending child arrangement court hearings and in applying for protective civil orders.
If you are interested in this exciting and challenging new role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a job description and application pack.
Any queries regarding the role - please contact the Support2court Project Coordinator Steve Pettitt - email@example.com
Closing date for applications is 8th February 2019.
Interviews will take place the week beginning 18th February 2019.
Support Team Manager
Hours: 37 hours per week
Location: Based in Sittingbourne with some travel throughout Kent
SATEDA are delighted to be recruiting to a new role within the senior management team. This is a fulltime post, based in the Sittingbourne office with some travel throughout Kent expected.
The role will be responsible for the management of the support team, comprising support workers and the Support2Court team – the successful candidate will demonstrate positive leadership skills and the ability to think strategically.
For further information about the role please contact Liza.firstname.lastname@example.org
For an application pack please contact email@example.com
Deadline for applications: 18th February
Interviews will take place during w/c 25th February.
Social Enterprise Kent
Employment Support Adviser (Working Together)
Contract: Fixed term, full time, for 3 years commencing 2019 until 31st January 2022
Closing date: 31st January 2019
Employment Support Advisers will be responsible for building and supporting a caseload of participants in Folkestone. You will be responsible for working with your caseload of participants, provide them with an individualised support provision according to their needs, to help them move into a sustainable, positive outcome.
The successful candidate will have experience of delivering client-facing services and of working with unemployed, disadvantaged community members, to help them move into employment, training or education. They must demonstrate an understanding of the issues faced by unemployed people when attempting to re-enter the labour market, and will be able to work with clients to overcome these barriers and move into positive outcome. They must also demonstrate an enthusiasm and commitment to working with the projects target audience, and to deliver a responsive, high quality service that places the participant at the heart of all interventions.
Context of the ‘Working Together’ and ESIF funding:
‘Working Together’ is a 3 year project which aims to help unemployed people in Folkestone gain meaningful employment and realise positive change in their circumstances. The project is part-funded by the European Structural and Investment Fund and is managed by Folkestone and Hythe District Council
Delivery of a high quality, client focused, personalised, employment focused coaching and support provision. Through the provision of detailed assessments conducted with each participant, individual action plans will be created which outline participants aspirations and detail how they will achieve their goals. Participants will be able to access employability training and workshops, job clubs, and will be signposted to vocational training (accredited where appropriate).
The ‘Working Together’ project recognises that self-employment and business support functions will be attractive to some of the project participants.
Employment Support Advisers will be responsible for openly encouraging self-employment opportunities wherever appropriate. Social Enterprise Kent offer an extensive suite of training to support business start ups. Participants will be able to access free training courses to support entrepreneurial activity.
· Ensure that you comply with Equal Opportunities legislation at all times, and that you actively promote positive E&D activities and messages throughout the project, including all cross-cutting themes of Equality and Sustainability.
· Ensure that you comply with the Data Protection Act 1998/General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
· Actively promote the project on social media
· Other reasonable activities as requested.
Please note: This position will require a lot of travel around Folkestone. Whilst a driving license and access to your own vehicle is desirable, this is not essential so long as candidates are able to get to all areas of Folkestone to meet participants, attend networking events etc.
This position is subject to a satisfactory DBS check.
To apply, please submit your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also complete and submit an Equal and Diversity monitoring form which can be found on our website https://sekgroup.org.uk/jobs-sek/ with your application.