Support Worker Job type - Permanent/Full -time Salary - £20,010 per annum Hours - 35 (plus 5 hours paid lunch breaks) Location - Braintree We don't just talk about achieving positive social change at Nacro. We do it everyday- challenging unfairness, dismantling barriers to progress and giving some of the most vulnerable people in society the best chance at a second change.So when people become homeless, face drug addiction or go into prison, we are on hand to help them get a good education, a job and a safe place to live.That puts our specialist Housing teams right at the heart of our success, and we are now looking for another key professional to help take our performance to the next level. Who are we looking for? A Support worker to provide housing related support to vulnerable individuals together with providing housing and property management with the aim of achieving a successful move-on and other measurable outcomes including supporting service users to achieve independence. Based in Braintree/Basildon You will be supporting people with a history of rough sleeping and complex needs to safely maintain a tenancy, develop independent living skills and access the community services they need to achieve their goals through a person centred support plan. An excellent communicator and negotiatior able to advocate verbally and in writing with external agencies on behalf of service users . You will have a good understanding of Housing management in a support setting. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: • Plan and deliver an effective support and safety plan with the service user referring to specialist agencies as required.• Develop a move-on plan with service users at the earliest opportunity, identifying realistic options for independent or more appropriate housing. • Maximise rent collection, ensuring successful housing and other welfare benefit claims are submitted and maintained, taking proactive action to minimise rent arrears in line with targets, monitoring the account and recording all actions and where necessary taking appropriate action when arrears arise in line with policy and procedure.• Minimise void time by taking a pro-active approach to ensure properties are re-let as soon as possible in line with targets. Your duties may vary from time to time within the broad remit of your role and grade. You are required to undertake any such reasonable and appropriate duties Car driver needed DBS check will be required for this role For a full Role profile click here For details of Nacro excellent benefit click here Apply Online
Triangle Consulting Social Enterprise
The role The Outcomes Star touches many aspects of service delivery, from interactions with clients and worker skills to supervision and strategic decisions. Facilitating learning through training is a key aspect of Triangle's work as it is essential to the effective implementation of the Star. This is then followed by a process of implementation support to help embed the best Star use possible. Supporting implementation with some larger or more complex clients is crucial to ensure that the Star is embedded in practice and used well across the organisation. This is achieved through building relationships, delivering training, supporting and practically helping clients to use the Star well. We are looking to recruit a bright, enthusiastic person to join our friendly and dynamic team at the cutting edge of thinking and practice in supporting and measuring service user change. The position is based in South Central England. (i.e. covering Bedford, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Herefordshire, Oxford, Worcestershire and Warwickshire) The successful applicant will be working from home with regular travel. Outcomes to be achieved Triangle clients are making the best possible use of the Star: Their workers are well trained, through access to high quality training Their workers use the Star effectively with service users to help them understand what they need and to achieve positive changes in their lives Their managers use the valuable data the Star can generate (when used well) to understand the service strengths and identify any areas for improvement They are using the right Star version, and the Star is an appropriate tool for them They have a clear understanding of the best packages of licences and training for them and are supported to make sustainable and appropriate choices Where organisations choose to have internal 'Licensed Trainers' they are enabled to offer high quality training and support for their colleagues: Their trainers are well trained through our training for trainers option They access and use relevant support and training updates from Triangle They access and use a range of resources to support their internal training They access and use the CPD opportunities offered through their relationship with Triangle Triangle colleagues are supported to develop and provide bespoke learning opportunities for clients, their workers, managers, and trainers. Main Tasks Training The key focus of this role, taking up to 60% of the time, is working as a key member of the training team to: Lead on development and maintenance of our e-learning/digital learning offer. Facilitate high quality learning through training, on average 2 days a week. This will, in the main, be delivering the core training course (Introductory training for workers) but will also include some follow-on training, (for example, we also deliver courses such as 'Managing Difficult Conversations, 'Action Planning' and a 'Keyworker Course'.) There will be opportunity to deliver our Train the Trainer programme. Together with colleagues from the training and implementation teams provide flexible support to Licensed Trainers through development days, email, phone, virtual meetings. Together with colleagues from across the organisation contribute to the development of new courses and resources in response to our internal learning and requests from clients, Licensed Trainers, and colleagues. Signpost clients to further support within Triangle. Keep accurate records of training delivered. It is not expected that clients trained by the post holder as part of their training teamwork will go on to receive ongoing support from the post holder. In most cases these will be smaller clients who will receive light touch support from our Client Services team or from other Implementation Leads. Implementation Support In addition to the tasks in the trainer role the post holder will also hold a small caseload of larger or strategically important clients who warrant additional Implementation Support and a significant ongoing relationship. The post holder will be part of the team of Implementation Leads across the UK and this role will take up 40% of their time. The additional tasks will include: Supporting larger, complex or strategically important clients in whatever ways are needed to implement the Star effectively. Including the following: Initial contact with new larger clients by phone, email and meetings and deliver presentations/workshops often aimed at Managers. Putting together the best mix of training, support etc in an initial costed quote/proposal Delivering training where appropriate Developing ongoing relationships with clients, offering regular Implementation Support which will often involve looking at their Star Data. Identify and share opportunities for improving what we do to promote new business, new Stars and improve implementation support. Where needed, support clients to set up and use our accessible web application - the Star Online - in coordination with the Star Online Support desk. Keep records of interactions with clients up to date and accurate in our client management system The Person Specification Essential criteria: the person in this roll will: Be an experienced trainer, preferably with training qualifications Have consultancy, account management or client-based experience, preferably including supporting organisations through change Be able to work on their own initiative and be self-motivated Have well developed interpersonal skills, able to work well independently and as part of a small team Learn quickly, be adaptable, flexible and able to respond to varied and sometimes challenging training situations Have experience of working with social care, housing, health or similar sectors Have clear and effective communication and interpersonal skills with staff working at all levels of our client organisations Have a track record of being responsive to needs and as a problem solver Be organised and able to prioritise competing pressures Have a commitment to delivering a high-quality service Have good IT skills and be able to keep on top of emails and work on the move Desirable criteria: experience/knowledge of: Have skills and experience of developing e-learning/ digital learning Delivering training in Motivational Interviewing, solution-focused therapy, or similar approaches Implementation of systems or approaches to support organisational change and development Practice experience in one of the main service sectors where the Star is widely used, for example family and children's services, mental health or learning disability Experience of using the Outcomes Star from a management or practitioner perspective Ability to put together practical proposals and negotiate on costs with clients Interest and experience in using data to promote organisational change Triangle is committed to supporting staff to reach their highest potential and there may be opportunities for development.
I am looking for 1-3 experienced Landscapers to join my busy and fast growing company. Most of our works are in and around the South London area but sometimes all over London so you must be wiling to travel. You must have your own van, size does not matter and some basic tools, but I can supply all tools if needed. This is a great opportunity for the right candidate. About the Company:Elite Scape Ltd is a fast growing Landscaping company working with high end clients daily. We not only carry out domestic jobs but also work with a lot of commercial clients and build/ create great project. Shift Information:Monday-Friday 8am-4pm Salary Range:150- 200 Apply now for instant chat interview on GrabJobs Looking forward to your job application
JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: Project Construction Manager REPORTS TO: Senior Project Manager LOCATION: Stockport then relocate to USA for 4 years JOB PURPOSE:Project Construction Manager will provide construction leadership within the project management team for a new greenfield major project (>$1Bn TIC). The Project Construction Manager is responsible for ensuring construction is properly planned and safely executed to budget in accordance with the project schedule during all phases of the project's development. DIMENSIONS Contractors: up to 1500 in construction team ACCOUNTABILITIES Construction approachLead on all construction matters, providing technical expertise to the overall project delivery strategy and project programme as well as supporting the main contractor construction activities • Input into the project construction execution strategy including the consideration of insourcing/outsourcing, commercial strategy (reimbursable, firm price, unit rate etc.) • Lead the development of a fully detailed construction schedule iwhich clearly defines the Path of Construction and is linked to activities in engineering, procurement and commissioning.Lead the Construction Management Team (CMT) ensuring a world class SHE performance is delivered at all stages during the project. Design and planningEnsure the construction contractors have adequate and suitably qualified staff to undertake the management of constructionEnsure that during design development the Constructability Methodology is fully considered, bringing construction knowledge and experience to all stages of the project. This will involve input to several Constructability, Modularisation and Hazcon reviews throughout the design phase.Provide technical assurance for all construction issues. • Provide assessment of the global module fabricators' capabilitiesEnsure the Contractor fully develops the temporary construction services plan required to construct the plant.Ensure the main contractor produces appropriate enquiries for construction sub-contractors Construction executionManage the productivity, monitoring, and delivery of work through the ownership of job methods, procedures and work execution processesManage the mobilisation and de-mobilisation of construction sub-contractors on site.Monitor any industrial Relations issues that arise on the Construction Site and ensure they are handled and resolved with due regardCarry out SHE audits of the contractor's construction activities.Manage and deliver site works to meet commercial conditions of contract including minimising delays and claims for variations.Ensure the formal and administrative procedure are in place for the acceptance of the and handover of the plant ReportingEnsure that suitable means of reporting progress are established for the construction phase and the report accurately reflects the actual status. SPECIAL FEATURESBe highly motivated, innovative, adaptable and have a very high concern for ethical and business standards.Degree qualified plus a safety qualification such as NEBOSH diploma, previously held the role of Construction Engineer with at least 15+ years working on major projects particularly in the chemical, petrochemical or oil and gas projects, including front-end, detailed design and construction phases including handover to operations.The jobholder will be an experienced construction professional and will have produced and implemented construction execution plans on previous large-scale projects.Knowledge and experience of Modularisation and Advanced Work Packaging techniques are essential.Demonstrated leadership qualities, strong people management skills and interpersonal awareness coupled with good communication, influencing and able to build and maintaining internal and external relationshipsThe project will be constructed on a new site located on the USGC region, but earlier phases of design, procurement and fabrication will take place in multiple UK / US and global locations. The job holder must be prepared to undertake national and international travel during the course of the project.You must have unrestricted UK working rights to be eligible to applyWith over 90 years' combined experience, NES Fircroft (NES) is proud to be the world's leading engineering staffing provider spanning the Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables, Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Mining, Automotive and Chemicals sectors worldwide.With more than 100 offices in 45 countries, we are able to provide our clients with the engineering and technical expertise they need, wherever and whenever it is needed. We offer contractors far more than a traditional recruitment service, supporting with everything from securing visas and work permits, to providing market-leading benefits packages and accommodation, ensuring they are safely and compliantly able to support our clients.