Specialist Support Worker
|Organisation||DIAL Great Yarmouth|
|Website||Visit organisation website|
|Contract type||Fixed term contract to 30th September 2022 (with the possibility of extension to June 2023 subject to funding)|
|Salary||£17,840 per annum|
|Hours||30 per week|
|Date posted||21 April 2021|
|Closing date||23 May 2021|
Norfolk Community College
An exciting opportunity has arisen at DIAL Great Yarmouth for a Specialist Support Worker to join the Norfolk Community College project. The Norfolk Community College Project is part of the Building Better Opportunities programme and is funded by the European Social Fund and National Community Lottery Fund to help unemployed adults in Norfolk back into training and employment. This programme aims to make positive contribution to New Anglia LEP’s objective to promote social inclusion and combat poverty.
To support delivery of the project we are now recruiting for the following position, which will work across East Norfolk.
The Specialist Support worker will work with local communities so that adults who are furthest away from the labour market can overcome barriers preventing their involvement in further education, training and employment. A key part of the role is to provide support, advice, guidance and advocacy to individuals and families across a range of agendas including, money, debt and budgeting, benefits and housing issues whilst supporting them to achieve their ambitions and take progressive steps towards employment.
How to apply
For further details or an informal discussion please contact Daniel Hastings, Project Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications should be returned on or before the closing date to: email@example.com or you may post your application to:
Daniel Hastings, DIAL Great Yarmouth, Kingside Enterprise Hub, 26/27 King Street, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR30 2NZ
NB CV applications will not be accepted
Closing date: 17:00 Sunday 23rd May. If successful, applicants will be invited to virtual/digital interviews via zoom on Wednesday 26th May 2021
DIAL is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from an equal opportunities policy and applications from all parts of the community are welcomed. DIAL is an equal opportunities employer. Dial is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share that commitment. Training will be provided.