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    • tonypandy, wales
    • temporary
    • £10.00 - £12.00 per hour
    • randstad business support
    KEY OBJECTIVESThe Community Employment Mentor will work as part of a joint delivery team that will be based locally and work across a specified geographical area.To be responsible for providing intensive one to one mentoring to participants to help them identify and take practical steps to overcome barriers preventing them taking up identified training and employment.To support participants to move into and sustain employment, as well as supporting participants to progress whilst in work, whilst actively promoting the services of the programme to a wide range of stakeholders.To provide a flexible, high quality service, working in partnership with Communities for Work, and will be expected to work as part of an integrated team.SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITY1. To manage the recruitment, retention, training and development of participants, building positive relationships and developing effective processes to identify and overcome barriers as a pathway to employment as set out in the relevant guidance.2. To have individual responsibility for mentoring a caseload of participants, using a positive, enabling and collaborative approach.3. To use a variety of techniques, including effective diagnosis, individual coaching and personal support to maximise the number of Programme participants securing and sustaining employment.4. To work with key stakeholders, service delivery partners, statutory and non-statutory organisations in order to promote the support available through the programme and generate referrals. Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    KEY OBJECTIVESThe Community Employment Mentor will work as part of a joint delivery team that will be based locally and work across a specified geographical area.To be responsible for providing intensive one to one mentoring to participants to help them identify and take practical steps to overcome barriers preventing them taking up identified training and employment.To support participants to move into and sustain employment, as well as supporting participants to progress whilst in work, whilst actively promoting the services of the programme to a wide range of stakeholders.To provide a flexible, high quality service, working in partnership with Communities for Work, and will be expected to work as part of an integrated team.SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITY1. To manage the recruitment, retention, training and development of participants, building positive relationships and developing effective processes to identify and overcome barriers as a pathway to employment as set out in the relevant guidance.2. To have individual responsibility for mentoring a caseload of participants, using a positive, enabling and collaborative approach.3. To use a variety of techniques, including effective diagnosis, individual coaching and personal support to maximise the number of Programme participants securing and sustaining employment.4. To work with key stakeholders, service delivery partners, statutory and non-statutory organisations in order to promote the support available through the programme and generate referrals. Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • pontypridd, wales
    • temporary
    • £10.00 - £12.00 per hour
    • randstad business support
    Key ObjectivesThe Participant Engagement Officer will work as part of a joint delivery team that will be based locally and work across a specified geographical area. To be responsible for raising the profile and awareness of employment support programmes (including CfW), creating opportunities in which to identify new participants, engaging and enrolling them onto the programmes.To provide key support for all aspects of programme development and capacity building initiatives, being responsive to local needs and working within set programme guidance.To provide a flexible, high quality service, working in partnership with Communities for Work, and will be expected to work as part of an integrated teamResponsibilities1. To support the engagement and involvement of individuals and groups within their communities via the delivery of a range of engagement activities and events.2. To identify existing active community groups within the area to establish strong partnerships and work relationships.3. To develop relationships with other key stakeholders (local and wider) to support the delivery of the employment programmes.4. To support and participate in the delivery of a range of community engagement activities with the aim of engaging new participants and generatlng referrals on to both the new employment programme and the Communities for Work programmme.5. To ensure participants are supported to attend a range of engagement activities with a focus on improving their employability prospects, preventing the escalation of need and where required making referrals to commissioned/statutory services.6. To provide group coaching sessions and support to individuals who are furthest away from the employment market to prepare them for training and accessing mentoring support to improve their employment prospects.7. To promote the support available through the employment programmes to generate engagements and referrals. 8. To identify, organise and support the delivery of training and capacity building activities as appropriate to participants, within a defined budget and as set out in the programme guidance.9. Assist participants to access formal and informal training opportunities, other than those funded directly by the programme.10. Have a full awareness of other employability programmes such as Communities for Work, Regional ESF Operations, PACE and Active Inclusion.11. To be involved in the Triage process, taking and making referrals and completing initial assessments.12. To regularly monitor, collate and update performance management information, and other monitoring requirements to ensure all monitoring is accurate and outcomes are appropriately evidenced.13. To ensure that all quality assurance mechanisms, safeguarding and health and safety policies and procedures are adhered to at all time.14. To undertake risk assessments in respect of delivering activities to ensure personal health and physical safety.15. To ensure that all personal data is effectively protected and handled, within locally agreed Information Sharing Protocols and the Data Protection Act. 16. To work within the Local Authority Health and Safety and Lone Working policies and comply with service guidance and safeguarding advice.Essential: Understanding of the support needs of long term unemployed, economically inactive people, young people, families and single customersAn understanding of customer service in a service delivery settingUnderstanding of performance management and monitoring processesUnderstanding of the benefits of a flexible, outcome focussed and personalised support serviceUnderstanding of confidentiality and data protection issuesEXPERIENCEEssential:Experience of engaging hard to reach individuals and groups with multiple challenging needs Experience of inter-agency networkingExperience of developing and delivering engagement programmes and projects, including employability skills training programmes and confidence building.Experience of using databases and monitoring and recording proceduresDesirable:Experience of exposure to client groups, which may include benefit claimants, single parents, those with criminal records, protected characteristics, mental health groups, ex-services, specific ethnic minority or faith groups and those with specific disabilitiesExperience of working with clients who are experiencing proverty and barriers to employment Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    Key ObjectivesThe Participant Engagement Officer will work as part of a joint delivery team that will be based locally and work across a specified geographical area. To be responsible for raising the profile and awareness of employment support programmes (including CfW), creating opportunities in which to identify new participants, engaging and enrolling them onto the programmes.To provide key support for all aspects of programme development and capacity building initiatives, being responsive to local needs and working within set programme guidance.To provide a flexible, high quality service, working in partnership with Communities for Work, and will be expected to work as part of an integrated teamResponsibilities1. To support the engagement and involvement of individuals and groups within their communities via the delivery of a range of engagement activities and events.2. To identify existing active community groups within the area to establish strong partnerships and work relationships.3. To develop relationships with other key stakeholders (local and wider) to support the delivery of the employment programmes.4. To support and participate in the delivery of a range of community engagement activities with the aim of engaging new participants and generatlng referrals on to both the new employment programme and the Communities for Work programmme.5. To ensure participants are supported to attend a range of engagement activities with a focus on improving their employability prospects, preventing the escalation of need and where required making referrals to commissioned/statutory services.6. To provide group coaching sessions and support to individuals who are furthest away from the employment market to prepare them for training and accessing mentoring support to improve their employment prospects.7. To promote the support available through the employment programmes to generate engagements and referrals. 8. To identify, organise and support the delivery of training and capacity building activities as appropriate to participants, within a defined budget and as set out in the programme guidance.9. Assist participants to access formal and informal training opportunities, other than those funded directly by the programme.10. Have a full awareness of other employability programmes such as Communities for Work, Regional ESF Operations, PACE and Active Inclusion.11. To be involved in the Triage process, taking and making referrals and completing initial assessments.12. To regularly monitor, collate and update performance management information, and other monitoring requirements to ensure all monitoring is accurate and outcomes are appropriately evidenced.13. To ensure that all quality assurance mechanisms, safeguarding and health and safety policies and procedures are adhered to at all time.14. To undertake risk assessments in respect of delivering activities to ensure personal health and physical safety.15. To ensure that all personal data is effectively protected and handled, within locally agreed Information Sharing Protocols and the Data Protection Act. 16. To work within the Local Authority Health and Safety and Lone Working policies and comply with service guidance and safeguarding advice.Essential: Understanding of the support needs of long term unemployed, economically inactive people, young people, families and single customersAn understanding of customer service in a service delivery settingUnderstanding of performance management and monitoring processesUnderstanding of the benefits of a flexible, outcome focussed and personalised support serviceUnderstanding of confidentiality and data protection issuesEXPERIENCEEssential:Experience of engaging hard to reach individuals and groups with multiple challenging needs Experience of inter-agency networkingExperience of developing and delivering engagement programmes and projects, including employability skills training programmes and confidence building.Experience of using databases and monitoring and recording proceduresDesirable:Experience of exposure to client groups, which may include benefit claimants, single parents, those with criminal records, protected characteristics, mental health groups, ex-services, specific ethnic minority or faith groups and those with specific disabilitiesExperience of working with clients who are experiencing proverty and barriers to employment Randstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    • aberdare, wales
    • temporary
    • randstad business support
    We are currently recruiting for an Administrator based in the RCT area for our public sector client. Key Responsibilities:-To provide administrative support for monitoring, updating of client records, performance management information, reports etc. To have responsibility for administrative co-ordination of the local team. To assist the team with the development of comprehensive support plans and co-ordinate and arrange the appointments with clients for further assessment and regular reviews as and when required.Role Requirements:-An understanding of customer service in a service delivery settingKnowledge of required software programmes, such as Microsoft Office Understanding of confidentiality and data protection issuesExperience of administrative support and running and officeRandstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
    We are currently recruiting for an Administrator based in the RCT area for our public sector client. Key Responsibilities:-To provide administrative support for monitoring, updating of client records, performance management information, reports etc. To have responsibility for administrative co-ordination of the local team. To assist the team with the development of comprehensive support plans and co-ordinate and arrange the appointments with clients for further assessment and regular reviews as and when required.Role Requirements:-An understanding of customer service in a service delivery settingKnowledge of required software programmes, such as Microsoft Office Understanding of confidentiality and data protection issuesExperience of administrative support and running and officeRandstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.

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