Organisation: Derby Homes
Hours: 18.5 hours per week
Contract type: Temporary to 31/12/2024
Location: Derby Homes
The post of Welfare Rights Officer (Macmillan) is a varied and challenging role. This post has been funded by Macmillan cancer care to provide specialist welfare rights advice to residents of Derby who have received a cancer diagnosis.
The project has been running successfully for 7 years and has received extension funding on a number of occasions.
Our ideal candidate would be someone who wants to help vulnerable people. Experience of giving welfare rights advice is essential, as is experience of maintaining case management systems and meeting targets.
Does this sound like a role you may interested in? If so, then we'd very much like to receive an application from you.
Derby Homes has a national reputation for its excellent services which we know are down to our valued workforce. In return for their hard work we strive to be an employer of choice. We have a range of excellent terms and conditions, including flexible working, work life balance, local government pension scheme, employee health initiatives and green travel options.
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The closing date for this vacancy is Sunday 18th June 2023 at midnight. Any application forms received after the closing date will not be accepted.
Interviews shall be held on the Tuesday 27th June 2023. If you have been selected for interview you will hear from us prior to the interview date.
Please note that we do not accept CVs or use recruitment agencies.
Directorate: Communities and PlaceHours: 37 hours a week, covering hours between 7.30am and 11.30pm, working shifts in rotationContract Type: PermanentLocation: Friar Gate Studios
We have a number of opportunities for people with a sense of fair play and common sense to patrol and enforce the parking restrictions across the whole of the City of Derby.
As well as issuing Penalty Charge Notices to vehicles contravening those restrictions, you will also work directly with the public to give clear and helpful parking advice.
You will be required to follow clear procedures and use your judgement in a responsible way. Support, extensive training and a learn and grow approach are all things you can expect. For this post you must have the resilience to be able to work outside, mainly on your own and in all weathers.
You will be based at Friar Gate Studios, Ford Street, Derby. DE1 1EE. Unless otherwise stated, the posts operate on a 37 hour working week on a rotational basis.
As part of our safer recruitment checks the successful candidate will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
All employees will normally be appointed to the minimum of the grade for the job. For reasons connected with a particular need of the Council it may be appropriate, subject to approval, to appoint to a higher point in the pay grade.
Please be aware that where there are staff within the organisation who are 'at risk' of redundancy, requirements to redeploy to another suitable role will apply and take priority.
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The closing date for this vacancy is 19 June 2023 at midnight. Any application forms received after the closing date will not be accepted.
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Directorate: Communities and Place
Directorate: Communities and PlaceHours: 37 hours a weekMonday - Thursday 6am - 2pm, Friday 6am - 1:30pmContract Type: PermanentLocation: Streetpride, Stores Road, Derby
We are looking to recruit a number of hardworking, enthusiastic, self-motivated and proactive individuals to fulfil the role of Driver/Operative within the Street Cleansing Department. Street Cleansing is a front-line service, responsible for keeping the city clean and free from litter.
The successful applicant must hold a full UK driving licence and will be expected to drive crew cab vehicles up to 3.5 tonne.
There is also an element within this role that will require the use of a tablet to complete daily worksheets. When carrying out this role you will be required to work in all areas of Derby and will carrying out many tasks such as: litter picking (which could include using a street cleansing barrow), emptying bins, and sweeping, weeding, removing dog fouling and fly-tipping. The applicant must be able to walk long distances, which could be up to 8 miles a day in all weathers.The successful applicant will be required to carry out different training courses which will include manual handling, asbestos awareness and drug related litter removal and must be able to work in all-weather conditions and have a good knowledge of Derby.
If selected for interview applicants will be required to complete a written test. Successful applicants will have to undertake a driving assessment to assess suitability for the position.
The closing date for this vacancy is 11 June at midnight. Any applications received after the closing date will not be accepted.
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