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    One life, one career, make a difference today and call us about working with amazing young people! Click here to get a taste of what it's like working for halow with the Best Job by Far blog by one of our Buddies.


     DEPUTY halow care Service Manager 

    halow care is a young but well-established learning disability social enterprise, working alongside our sister charity The halow project, and with an excellent track record and reputation locally for our programmes, support and outcomes for young people with a learning disability.
    We provide support services for young people with a learning disability from 16 years upwards. Our services in Community outreach – our Buddy Service – and our Supported Living service are well established and well known in Surrey.

    halow care’s Buddy Service provides responsive and flexible care for young people to help them access the community and work on their personal goals, supporting them to learn life skills or access opportunities with support. Our Buddy Service extends across Surrey and into Hampshire and West Sussex

    halow care’s Supported Living Service has a relatively unique model whereby young people can choose to live with their friends in private rented accommodation akin to any other young person shared accommodation. We work with sympathetic landlords who understand the benefits of this empowering model for young people with a learning disability. Our Supported Living service supports young people to live independently in their own homes, helping the maintain the house, daily chores and encouraging and facilitating a healthy and active lifestyle.


    halow care is regulated and inspected by Care Quality Commission and is rated currently as a GOOD provider. halow Buddies work flexibly across the services creating a skilled workforce and varied and interesting job.


    We recruit Buddies with our halow  Values based system and provide full Care Certificate training. We value supportive and reflective supervisions and will be looking to the deputy to ensure this is maintained for all our staff.


    The Deputy halow care Services Manager is a pivotal role in the organisation that will ensure that our commitment to a person-centred approach, professionals and ambitious aims for young people are held and will ensure that we are the leading provider organisation in the region.

    Please download the application pack below and email to hr@halowproject.org.uk or send it into the office for the attention of HR.

    Deputy halow Care Service Manager Application Form 

    Deputy halow Care Service Manager Covering Note 

    Job description and Personal Specification 

    Equality Monitoring Form 

    Applicant Privacy Notice

     

    Closing date: Tuesday 13th November 2018 at 5pm.  Interviews will be taking place during the advertising period so please do not delay in submitting your application. 


     

    FLEXIBLE PART TIME BUDDIES 

    Have you got what it takes to be a halow Buddy?

    Personalised one to one support needed                    

    Are you searching for a fulfilling role working with young people that fits around your daily life?

    We are seeking fun, patient, reliable and motivated people to join our friendly Buddy Service team. Buddies work flexible, part time hours, day time, evenings and weekends potentially perfect for fitting in around your studies, home life or other commitments. 

    Our Buddy service offers our young people with learning disabilities 1:1 support, promoting life skills, independence, social skills, leisure opportunities and assisting young people to access the local and wider community in ways which best suit them. Buddies and young people are matched according to their hobbies, interests and other individual needs.  

    All of our Buddies are DBS checked and receive a full induction, training, and supervision with opportunities to progress. Training modules include first aid, epilepsy awareness, safeguarding adults among many others. Read more about the role and what it's like to be a buddy.

    The vacancies for flexible buddies working across Surrey. 

     

    Location

    Hours of shift

    Female or male only buddy

    Epsom

    Weds 6- 9pm

    Male – socialising, access community, keen interest in football and sports

    Dorking

     

    Tuesday or Thursday evenings plus additional during holidays

    Female

     

     

    Woking

    Alternate Sundays 12 - 4pm

     

     

    Either

     

     

       

    Bookham

     

    Saturday or Sunday – 2 hours initially

     

     

    Male – pref able to discuss football and the news, willing to play tennis, squash and table tennis

    Cranleigh

     

     

    One weekday 5 – 7pm

    Either – exp of challenging behaviour pref

    Guildford

     

    Mondays 9am - 12pm

     

     

    Either – travel training

    Frimley

     

     

    Saturdays

    Male – life skills and socialising. He is a Star Wars fan!

    Frimley

    One weekday evening

    Female – travel training and socialising in local community inc possibly clubbing

    Farnham

     

     

     

    Thursday 10.30am – 2.30pm

    Female - Socialising, travel training


    Application pack: If you any trouble downloading the pack please email jobs@halowproject.org.uk to request a pack to be sent to you. Email this to jobs@halowproject.org.uk or send it into the office for the attention of HR.
    For a fun and varied fulfilling role please apply today and download the application pack below. Please note on your application form Flexible Hours. 

    Flexible Hours Buddy Application Form

    Job Description and Personal Specification

    Flexible Hours Buddy Covering Note

    Equality Monitoring Form

    Applicant Privacy Notice 

    Closing date: Friday 30th November at 5pm.  Interviews will be taking place during the advertising period so please do not delay in submitting your application. 


    Supported Living halow Buddy/ Support Worker (Full Time  - Drivers with access to own vehicle)

    Remember how it felt when you first moved into your own home?

    Leaving the family nest, striking out on your own or living with friends, doing your own thing: finally. Imagine how a young person with a learning disability feels when they finally feel ready to make this big step and somebody out there actually provides the opportunity and support to do just that!

    We are urgently looking for Supported Living halow Buddies to provide personalised support to young people with a learning disability, within their own home. You will be required to work A rolling shift pattern which could include early mornings, evenings, weekends and sleep-ins however full training is provided for this. You must be motivated to make a difference everyday and have a real passion for supporting young people with a learning disability. 

    As a halow Buddy you will find that no day is the same. Working with young people can be extremely rewarding and we are looking for engergetic, enthusiastic and empathetic individuals to join our ever growing team. 

    We are looking for fun, caring and confident people to offer support in a professional way to the young people at halowRead more about the role and what it's like to be a supported living buddy.

    Please download the application pack below and email to jobs@halowproject.org.uk or send it into the office for the attention of HR.

    Application pack:

    Supported Living Buddy Covering Note

    Supported Living Buddy Application Form

    Job Description & Person Specification

    Equality Monitoring Form

    Applicant Privacy Notice 

    Closing date: Friday 30th November at 5pmInterviews will be taking place during the advertising period so please do not delay in submitting your application.

     

     

     


     

    30 Hour per week Buddies

     

     

     

    Do you want to make a real difference to the lives of young people with a learning disability? Then become a member of the halow care team. We are currently looking for people to join our team of halow Buddies (Support Workers) to provide 1:2:1 support to our young people with learning disabilities promoting life skills, independence, social skills, leisure opportunities and assisting young people to access the local and wider community in ways which best suit them. Buddies and young people are matched according to their hobbies, interests and other individual needs.  

     

    You will be required to work 30 hours , which could fit around your life style or studies and meet the needs of our young people. This could be early mornings, evenings, weekends perhaps sometimes at short notice. Although training will be given you must share our passion that these young people have the right to the same life choices and chances as any other young person.

     

    All of our Buddies are DBS checked and receive a full induction, training, and supervision with opportunities to progress. Training modules include first aid, epilepsy awareness, safeguarding adults among many others. Read more about the role and what it's like to be a buddy.

     

     

     

    Application pack:

     

    30 Hours Buddy Application Form 

    30 Hours Buddy Cover Note 

    Job Specification and Personal Specification 

    Equality Monitoring Form  

    Applicant Privacy Notice 

     

    If you any trouble downloading the pack please email jobs@halowproject.org.uk to request a pack to be sent to you.

    Closing date: Friday 30th November 2018 at 5pm.  Interviews will be taking place during the advertising period so please do not delay in submitting your application


     

    Weekend Support Workers for young adults (drivers)

     

     

     

     Do you want to make a real difference to the lives of young people with a learning disability? Then become a member of the halow care team. We are currently looking for people on a contracted weekend basis to join our team of halow Buddies (Support Workers) to provide 1:2:1 support to our young people with learning disabilities promoting life skills, independence, social skills, leisure opportunities and assisting young people to access the local and wider community in ways which best suit them. Buddies and young people are matched according to their hobbies, interests and other individual needs.  

     

     

     

    The hours will be variable covering weekends, which could fit around your life style or studies and meet the needs of our young people. There may be a possibility for more hours at sometimes short notice.

     

     

     

    Although training will be given you must share our passion that these young people have the right to the same life choices and chances as any other young person.

     

    All of our Buddies must have access to a car and have a full clean driving licence. 

     

    All of our Buddies are DBS checked and receive a full induction, training, and supervision with opportunities to progress. Training modules include first aid, epilepsy awareness, safeguarding adults among many others. 

     

      

    Application pack:

     

    Weekend Buddy Application Form 

    Weekend Buddy Cover Note 

    Job Specification and Personal Specification 

    Equality Monitoring Form  

    Applicant Privacy Notice 

     

    If you any trouble downloading the pack please email jobs@halowproject.org.uk to request a pack to be sent to you.

    Closing date: Friday 30th November 2018 at 5pm.  Interviews will be taking place during the advertising period so please do not delay in submitting your application

     

     


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    There are always lots ways to get involved with halow, from volunteering to fundraising please get in touch with the team if you are interested on 01483 447 960 or info@halowproject.org.uk