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    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. 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.

    Current Vacancies: 


    Corporate and Trust Fundraiser

    We are seeking a Corporate and Trust Fundraiser to lead on the administration and delivery of our Corporate and Trusts fundraising programme. You will be responsible for researching, engaging, building and developing relationships with local companies and businesses, charitable trusts and foundations to maximise income generation and increase awareness in halow project. The successful candidate will be an effective and professional ambassador for the organisation with our funders and potential supporters (focused on charitable trusts, foundations and companies), in order to bring in both restricted and unrestricted income for halow project, in line with our budgeted expectations.

    Ideally you will have experience of fundraising from Trusts and / or the corporate sector, have strong presentation skills and be confident at making fundraising approaches at all levels.  You will be results orientated and committed to achieving budgets with excellent communication, networking, and strong relationship building skills. This is a part time role and for full details please read more here.

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

    Application pack:

    Covering Note

    Application Form

    Job Description & Person Specification

    Equality Monitoring Form

    Closing date for applications: Friday, 28th July 2017 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 x 4 (Full Time and Part Time available - female drivers):

    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...Awesome!

    That's what we do at halow. We do awesome. 

    In the next few months we are opening two more shared houses in the Guildford and Cranleigh area for two groups of young ladies ready to make the move. Therefore, 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 early mornings, evenings, weekends and sleep-ins on a rolling shift pattern, however full training is provided for this. . 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.

    As a halow Buddy you will be supporting our young people to be independent within their community and/or in their own homes. You will need to be self-motivated, energetic, empathetic and have a good sense of humour.

    We are looking for fun, caring and confident people to offer friendship and support in a professional way to the young people at halow. The role of a halow Buddy is exciting, dynamic and unique; no day is the same. Read more about the role and what it's like to be a supported living buddy.

    Please download the application pack below and email to hr@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

    Closing date: Friday 18th August 2017 at 5pmInterviews will be taking place during the advertising period so please do not delay in submitting your application.


    FLEXIBLE PART TIME BUDDIES X4 

    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. You will be assisting with planning and attending social activities, travel training etc.

    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.

    We have 3 vacancies for flexible buddies across Surrey as shown below:

    Location

    Hours of Shift

    Female or male buddy only

    Surbiton

    Saturdays 10.00am-4.00 pm

    Female buddy only

    Staines

    Mondays 10.00am-3.00 pm and alternate Saturdays 11.00am-4.00 pm

    Female buddy only

    Godalming

    5.00pm-10.00 pm Tuesdays and alternative weekends 12.00-9.00 pm

    Male or Female buddy


    For a fun and varied fulfilling role please apply today and download the application pack below. Please note on your application form Flexible Hours/Location preferred

    Email this to hr@halowproject.org.uk or send it into the office for the attention of HR.

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

    Application pack:

    Flexible Hours Buddy Application Form

    Flexible Hours Covering Note

    Job Description and Personal Specification

    Equality Monitoring Form

    Closing date: Friday 18th August 2017 at 5pm.  Interviews will be taking place during the advertising period so please do not delay in submitting your application. 


    FLEXIBLE PART TIME BUDDY FOR BUILDING FUTURES PROGRAMME

    We are seeking a fun, patient, reliable and motivated person to join our friendly Buddy Service Team. This rewarding role with halow care will be to provide 1:1 support for one of our Young People to enable them to attend our community based learning Building Futures programme which works across the academic year to change lives through Person Centred Planning (PCP). The programme has been developed to help young people prepare for independence by developing their self-confidence, team working, leadership and life skills. During the Building Futures programme our young people explore their talents and strengths, experience the community and draw up a PCP outlining their life goals which they can then take forward to fulfil with support.

    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 full paid induction, training incorporating the Care Certificate as required by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and supervision with opportunities to progress. Training modules include first aid, epilepsy awareness, safeguarding adults among many others.

    What type of person makes a great Buddy?

    Typically, a great Buddy would be someone with excellent communication skills, a positive attitude and passion for helping others. Read more about the role and what it's like to be a buddy.

    What experience do I need to be a Buddy?

    In short, you don’t, as fully paid training will be provided at halow although previous experience working with young people with learning disabilities would be an advantage. At halow , we will consider applications from individuals who demonstrate a genuine desire to gain experience working within a care organisation and working with young people with a learning disability.

    • There will be local travel involved in the role and we therefore applicants must have a driving licence and access to a vehicle.
    • Applicants must be over the age of 18.
    • halow is committed to equal opportunities and values diversity in its workforce.
    • Successful applications are subject to an enhanced DBS (formally CRB) disclosure.

    For a fun and varied fulfilling role please apply today and download the application pack below. Email this to hr@halowproject.org.uk or send it into the office for the attention of HR.

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

    Application pack:

    Flexible Hours Buddy Application Form

    Flexible Hours Covering Note

    Job Description and Personal Specification

    Equality Monitoring Form

    Closing Date: Friday 18th August 2017 at 5.00pm

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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