YMCA Humber – Rent Officer

YMCA Humber are looking to recruit a Rent Officer:

1 x Full time – 37 ½ hours per week

Salary – £21,963 – £24,653 depending on experience

Key accountabilities of this role, which reports to the Finance and Information Services Manager, will include –

  • Ensuring all residents’ rent and payments for services are paid in a timely manner and payment plan are in place if necessary.
  • Ensuring all resident rent accounts are up to date and accurately reflect all payments made and rent and other charges owed.
  • Ensuring all support Coaches are trained in the processes to support residents making online Housing Benefits and Universal Credit claims without errors.
  • Managing resident arrears – both personal and housing benefit claims in line with operational targets ensuring maximised income via Housing Benefit.

This role requires –

  • An up to date understanding of welfare entitlement legislation relating to funding for social housing.
  • Experience of supporting individuals who may exhibit challenging and/or chaotic behaviour.
  • An understanding of other issues that may impact our residents’ ability to manage money effectively, including the Universal Credit framework.
  • An ability to understand / interpret financial data and manipulate

When you join YMCA Humber, you gain access to a broad range of employee benefits. Some of them are subject to successfully passing your probation period, but others can be accessed from day one. They include:

  • 5 weeks holiday plus Public Holidays
  • Competitive rates of pay and pension
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • DBS cost paid
  • Induction Programme and on the job training opportunities
  • Regular supervision and 121 support from your Manager
  • Internal progression opportunities

To find out more click here.

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YMCA Humber -Care Leavers Support Coach

YMCA Humber are looking to recruit a Care Leavers Support Coach:

1 x Full time – average 42 hours per week over a 4-week shift pattern

1 x half time – average 21 hours per week over a 4-week shift pattern

Pay – £9.22 per hour increasing to £10.45 in September 2020

Location – Grimsby

Following the opening of our Care Leavers home in May 2020 we are now recruiting permanent support coaches to work a 24-hour shift rota.

For this challenging role experience of working in a similar environment or with similar clients would be highly beneficial along with a recognised qualification in working with young people.

The key skills required in this role will include –

  • Assist in implementing the care plans for individual young people.
  • Encourage and support young people’s independence by assisting their independent living skills.
  • Escort and supervise social trips and outings.
  • Encourage independence and successes on an educational level.
  • Provide a caring environment so that the care leavers feel secure.
  • Ensure high standards of cleanliness and homeliness are maintained.
  • Support the young people in attending appointments.
  • Please note that lone working will be a requirement of this role.

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YMCA Humber – Community House Support Coach

YMCA Humber are looking for Community House Support Coach:

1 x Full time – 40 hours per week with the ability to be flexible with working times.

Pay – £9.22 per hour increasing to £10.45 in September 2020

Location – Grimsby

In this largely independent role, you will work alongside residents in two semi-supported houses, offering support based on life-coaching and person-centred principles. You will need to be skilled in active listening and positive questioning whilst enabling residents to meet their aspirations such as being healthy, managing finances and preparing for living more independently.

Key accountabilities will include –

  • Practical living skills, including shopping, cooking, cleaning, laundry etc.
  • Budgeting and money management
  • Maintaining healthy relationships
  • Improving health and wellbeing, including mental health
  • Maintaining good personal hygiene and cleanliness of accommodation
  • Accessing and engaging with external agencies and services
  • Accessing education, training, and employment opportunities
  • Addressing behavioural issues (e.g. substance misuse, aggression, offending – where necessary)
  • Preparing for a successful move on and living independently

A methodical, well organised and positive approach to work is essential.

A knowledge of the training, education and voluntary sector, social housing, the welfare benefits system plus the ability to keep comprehensive records is essential.

You can find out more on their website here.

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Mind North East Lincs – Homelessness Navigator

Deadline 13th July 2020

Mind NEL are a charity that helps people with mental health problems live fulfilling and independent lives. With growing demand for their services they are in need of more people to join their motivated and skilled staff team to help them deliver the best support.

The following role is based in Grimsby

37 hours per week

£19,019 per annum

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Refuse Collector Positions through ERA

Refuse Collectors required to join the team to collect House Hold waste in the Grimsby area.

Full time house, temp contracts. Starting soon…

ERA say “ They are proud to be working with our local Council and will shortly be recruiting Key Workers to work in the waste disposal teams.  If you have training in manual handling and first aid and show a commitment to customer care and quality service, then call us today!”

Please contact ERA – 01472 236688 for more information Or enquiries@eraemployment.agency

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QED Online Trainers Needed

QED, a training and consultancy company, are looking for new people. You can find them here http://www.qedworks.com/index.htm Please see below for more information:

As part of adjusting to the new world that awaits us all, the following “job” or “assignment”  opportunities are now available. You may receive an auto response to anything you send so don’t think I am ignoring what you say! Nearly 13,000 people will receive this mailing! I usually get lots of replies and need to manage the volume. Even if you are not successful ,I will give you feedback.

Applications are therefore invited for:-

Online Trainers

I am looking for very experienced ONLINE trainers in either technical subjects such as employment law and/or personal development topics such as  public speaking/presentations. You would be working with a QED script and materials under copyright but would be able to inject  your own training delivery style. A number of clients  are already asking me for this ONLINE training and primarily at the moment in:-

  • Redundancy and Role of Employee Reps
  • Universal Credit and Welfare Benefits
  • GDPR – Data Protection

I have “oven ready” courses that have been delivered in classroom/training rooms and these would be  adapted to online working.

So if you are interested in joining a QED pool of on line  trainers in these AND/OR other  subjects  do please  get  in touch with your CV and experience of this type of work -qedworks@hotmail.co.uk

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Volunatry Action North Lincs: Voluntary and Community Sector Capacity Builder (Social Prescribing)

Deadline 23rd June 2020

Salary: £22,500  per annum funded by North Lincolnshire Council for 12 months.

37 hours per week

They are looking for applicants:

  • Who will ideally (but not essentially) have some community development experience in a paid or unpaid capacity
  • A good understanding of how non-medical approaches contribute to the health and wellbeing of individuals
  • An ability to understand and advise on potential sources of funding and the required application, monitoring and evaluation requirements.
  • An understanding of and ability to apply diagnostic techniques to organisational and project development and capacity building.
  • An ability to understand and advise on charity law, organisational status and best governance practice for the VCS
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4 Children and Young People’s Family Engagement Practitioner 6 month contract

To start from 1st June (post is flexible)

Project Objectives

  • Provide volunteering opportunities for parents, children and young people
  • Create and deliver online Peer support and Creative workshops videos and live streaming suitable for children aged 5-16
  • Create and deliver online pre-school activities for parents and toddlers
  • Set up and deliver 1-1 telephone support
  • Scale up existing activity – production and delivery of resilience, creative and educational resource packs.


  • Enrol parent, children and young people volunteers
  • Co-ordinate Volunteer training – ‘Become a Peer Mentor’ or a project Buddy- AQA Unit Award scheme Certification
  • Co-ordinate Online Volunteer forums to help shape project, its development and assist with delivery
  • Create and update Ongoing reflections via survey monkey/telephone interviews and assessments
  • Set up safe online access for Children, young people and parents/carers
  • Set up, facilitate sessional workers, deliver – Creative workshops- chosen by participants who may also be involved in delivery eg ‘How to Art/Craft videos, making videos of photo collections of members ‘finished work’, Dance video’s, Creative writing workshops- my COVID 19 story, Comic strips, create timecapsules
  • Use feedback to develop additional resilience, creative and educational resource packs
  • Co-ordinate Administration of orders, packing and delivery of Activity and Resource packs to individual addresses and organisations
  • Create and maintain User led initial assessments, monitoring and evaluations following outcome led model.
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The Alzheimer’s Society -Dementia Support Worker

Closing date 21st May 2020 5pm

Contract Type: Permanent

Location: Grimsby

Salary: £19,964 – £20,770 actual per annum (depending on skills and experience)

Working Hours: 35 per week

Closing Date: 21 May 2020

Interview Date: 4 and 11 June 2020

Contact: Davina Hellon – davina.hellon@alzheimers.org.uk

The Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Advice and Support service provides a highly responsive and individualised information, signposting and referral service to people with a diagnosis of dementia and those that care for them.

The Dementia Support Worker offers a first point of contact for all people during the process of getting a diagnosis and working after diagnosis to assist people with dementia and their carers’ in identifying their needs.  The Dementia Support Worker provides people with support and help to maintain their independence, improve their sense of well-being and help them to stay in control of their lives.

The Dementia Support Worker will help people to access appropriate support and contact the right people for the help they need.  You will be signposting to other appropriate services, so it is essential that any information provided is accurate, accessible and understood by the service user.

The role requires you to contribute to the development and maintenance of a database of local knowledge and information ensuring continual improvement of the service and the growth in organisational knowledge.

Within this role it is essential that you build relationships with a wide and diverse range of local contacts including, but not limited to, GPs, mental health services, carers support services, Admiral Nurses and other community-based organisations.  Dementia Support Workers have the opportunity to provide support and guidance to connect the person with dementia and their family/carer to community support and to work towards the integration of primary, secondary and community care services. 

To find out more, please visit the Alzheimer’s society website here.

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