We are looking to recruit a Project Support Worker. The successful applicant will be working in a small but busy team assisting with the day to day running of Sheffield Voices, our learning disability self-advocacy project.
The job role will include attending and co-delivering group sessions, workshops, and events. This includes, but is not limited to, coffee mornings, art and drama sessions, and large community events.
Job title: Project Support Worker
Office Location: The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane, Sheffield, S1 4FW
Salary: £25,000 (£12,857 p.a. pro-rata)
Hours: 18 hours per week
Contract Type: Fixed term (one year)
Closing Date: 9:00 am on the 5th June 2023
Interview Date: 21st June 2023
About Disability Sheffield
Disability Sheffield Centre for Independent Living is a pan-impairment charity driven by people who self-define as disabled people, whether they have a physical disability, a sensory impairment, a mental health condition or learning difficulties.
We support disabled adults to make their voice heard, whether through individual advocacy services or through a range of projects seeking to ensure disabled people are at the heart of all decision making across Sheffield.
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Cover Letter: Project Support Worker Covering Letter
Job Description: Project Support Worker Job Description
Application Form: Project Support Worker Application Form
Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form: Project Support Worker Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form
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33 Rockingham Lane
The closing date for applications to be received is 5pm 9th June 2023
Late applications and CVs will not be accepted.
Interviews are currently due to be held on 21st June 2023
If you have any questions, need support with filling out the application form or would like an informal chat about the post please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Disability Sheffield has a policy of shortlisting and interviewing all disabled applicants who meet the minimum requirements for their jobs. The law will allow this. It would not be unlawful discrimination against a non-disabled applicant who also meets the minimum requirements but is not shortlisted.