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We value equality because quality services need people from the whole community. Applications are invited from members of the general public. Please see individual posts for closing dates.

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(Jobs Last Updated: 22/08/2014)

Child & Family
Salary: £16998-£18638 per annum pro rata

The supervised contact team is looking to recruit part time (18.5 hours) Supervised Contact Worker who will supervise contacts between children and their families. The service aims to deliver high quality supervised contact session between children who are accommodated and their families where it is Court directed or in cases where there is a clearly defined need for supervision of the sessions. The service is designed to enable children to maintain consistent and reliable contact with their families through times of crisis or particular risk. The family’s circumstances will be the subject of Social Services intervention, assessment and Court proceedings. Contact sessions are supervised to ensure the safety and well-being of the children.
Please quote ref.: SS63541 - see the Job Details from here, print the Application form (pdf 72kb) or apply on-Line
Closing Date: 04/09/2014  |  Publication Date: 22/08/2014

Culture & Tourism
Salary: £15598-£16604 per annum pro rata

The Development and Outreach service are looking to appoint a Streesports activity worker to be involved in the practical delivery of sport and physical activity sessions for young people throughout targeted areas of the City & County of Swansea.

The role will involve the provision of appropriate community based sporting opportunities for children and young people, all year round during term times, regular evenings, school holidays and the occasional weekends.

This includes the transportation and set up of a trailer based skate ramp, regular equipment and activity risk assessment checks and the supervision of young people during sessions. Experience of sport coaching, youth work or community development work would be advantageous.

Please quote ref.: PL65214 - see the Job Details from here, print the Application form (pdf 72kb) or apply on-Line
Closing Date: 04/09/2014  |  Publication Date: 22/08/2014

Corporate Building & Property Services
Salary: £26276-£29528 per annum

A suitably qualified and motivated Assistant Electrical Engineer is required to work within a team providing Design and day to day maintenance advice in relation to the Authorities building assets.

You must be computer literate and have experience in the use of AutoCAD.

If you would like an informal discussion then please contact Chris Hansford Tel 01792 525155 or Andrew Shaw on 01792 511006.

Please quote ref.: RG60119V2 - see the Job Details from here, print the Application form (pdf 72kb) or apply on-Line
Closing Date: 04/09/2014  |  Publication Date: 21/08/2014

Western Bay
Salary: £16998-£18683per annum (pro rata)

Previous applicants need NOT re-apply:

Prior consideration will be given to those employees whose posts are at risk.

Community Care Assistant - Long Term Service

We are seeking to appoint Community Care Assistants to join a well established Home Care Team, offering 25 working on a rota basis over 7 days, mornings and evenings, including weekends and bank holidays.

The successful candidates will have the attributes needed to undertake the range of duties associated with the post, including:

• Excellent communication both oral and written
• An ability to provide a high standard of personal care and support to people within their own home and to function as part of a team
• A commitment to support the authorities reablement agenda

The successful candidates will be offered to work in any one of the following service areas:

A time limited service that aims to provide an assessment for adults living in the City and County of Swansea who are deemed as needing a package of Domiciliary Care. To promote independence, ensure people have packages of care tailor made to meet their individual needs and to enable as many people as possible to remain at home longer.

The Long Term Service is a well established Service having been in place since the 1960’s. Although at it’s inception it was known as the Home Help service and was more about providing people with some Domestic support, it has over time developed more into what is known now as the Home Care Service. Our remit now concentrates more on the provision of personal Care and more about supporting people to remain at home whilst promoting independence.

RESIDENTIAL CARE ASSESSMENT SERVICE (RCAS): step up, step down is a provision that support Adults who have been deemed as requiring Long Term Residential Care, but wish to remain in their own home, but need a short period of care and support to make this a possibility. This can include people who are currently at home, but in need of extra support. This part of the service is linked to assessment beds and the team work in and out of the assessment unit enabling a robust assessment for individuals.

INTEGRATED GOWER CARE TEAM (IGCT) is a joint initiative between Swansea Council’s Social Services and the ABMU Health Board. Health & Social Care staff from both organisations work together to provide care and support to Gower residents.
The support will include:

• Re-ablement support for people who have experienced a period of ill health
• long-term domiciliary care (e.g. personal care)
• Continuing Health Care support
• end of life care
• a response service which provides care at home in an emergency.
These posts will provide practical help, support and reablement to a range of people including younger [over 18] and older people whose physical disability / illness means daily living tasks are a problem.

We will offer you a comprehensive induction programme and ongoing training. You will receive regular supervision and attend supportive team meetings. You will also be provided with a uniform and footwear.

The ability to travel within the County is essential. You will need to have access to your own transport and telephone.

For an informal discussion, please contact, Home Care Team on: 01792 636511

These posts are subject to an Enhanced Check from the Disclosure & Barring Service.

Please quote ref.: SS5002 - see the Job Details from here, print the Application form (pdf 72kb) or apply on-Line

Closing Date: 25/09/2014  |  Publication Date: 14/05/2014

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