New Vacancy - Project Worker
Project Worker (Women’s Work Heart)
35 hours per week permanent
Salary £12.88 per hour
An exciting opportunity to join our award winning team.
To deliver integrated packages of support that meet the needs of women and families. This is specifically in relation to mental health, accommodation, skills and employment, drugs and alcohol, childcare, finance and debt and other issues that may contribute to the women’s social exclusion, offending behavior or poor health.
Providing support on the Women’s Work Heart Project and across all the organisations’ projects when necessary to engage and motivate service users to enter and retain in the services offering low-level motivational interventions as part of packages of client care.
You will manage your own case load and have the ability to work on your own initiative. You will deliver a variety of programmes including the Freedom Programme, training will be provided. A degree in Social Work would be advantageous, good organisational skills, people and IT skills are essential.
An enhanced DBS check will be required.
We are committed to developing a diverse workforce and application are strongly encouraged from ethnic minorities. The position based within the Women’s Work (Derbyshire) Ltd agency is open to WOMEN ONLY and is subject to exemption from the Equalities Act 2010 Pt. 1 sch 9.
Please apply by
- Downloading and completing the below application form and returning it to email@example.com
- By calling 01332 242525 asking our Office Manager, Debbie Jinks for an application form.
- Or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and an application form will be emailed to you.
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Please apply as soon as possible, we will contact applicants in due course if successful for interview. If you have not had a response to your application, it will mean your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
We apologise that we may not be able to respond to unsuccessful applications individually, due to capacity and thank you for your interest in Women’s Work.
We are also looking for general volunteers to help deliver our services in our headquarters. Our volunteers come from all walks of life with an array of skills and experience and many have benefited from the support of Women’s Work themselves as peer mentors. Being a volunteer is a great way to gain skills and experience which can help with securing future employment.