Into Sport Coordinator

Into Sport Coordinator

Job reference: ISC
Closing date: 11 September, 2019

INTO SPORT COORDINATOR
25 hours per week
Salary £28,000 per annum (pro rata)
Fixed-term to 31st August 2020

Are you passionate about making sport and physical activity accessible to all?

Disability Advice Service Lambeth (dasl) is Lambeth’s leading pan-impairment Disabled People’s Organisation. We provide a wide range of services to Disabled people in Lambeth, including advice, information, professional advocacy, Direct Payments support, social and sports activities and peer support services.

Our Into Sport project provides opportunities for Disabled people to become more physically active and take part in sport and activities alongside non-disabled people.

We are seeking to appoint a new Into Sport Coordinator to lead the Into Sport programme with participants, volunteers, mentors and delivery partners.

We are looking for someone who is a sports enthusiast, has experience of working with Disabled people in a paid or voluntary capacity and who understands the issues Disabled people face when accessing sport and physical activity.

To download the recruitment pack as a PDF please click here: IS_Coordinator_Recruitment_Pack_August_2019.pdf

To download the application form and EOP form, together with guidance on how to complete your application so that you can return this in Word by email, please click here:

To find out more about this job please contact: IS_Coordinator_Appn_Form_and_Guidance.doc

Abs Tripp
Telephone: 020 7501 8976
Email: abs.tripp@disabilitylambeth.org.uk

Closing date:  Wednesday 11th September (9am)
Interviews:  20th September

dasl is an Equal Opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all sections of the community and particularly from Disabled people. Our office at “we are 336”, 336 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AA is fully accessible.

SM150819RI Disabled woman in SW2 requires a PA for support

Job reference: SM150819RI
Closing date: 30 August, 2019

Job Ref: SM130819IR
Disabled woman living in SW2 is seeking a PA to support her.
R is an elderly disabled woman who lives in SW2 and she is seeking to take on a Personal Assistant (PA) to support her for 6 hours at weekends with:
• Personal care
o Washing
o Dressing
R also needs assistance with the following:
• Housework
• Preparing breakfast
• Making tea
• Warming up food
• Medication
The 6 hours per week will be split between Saturday and Sunday in this way:
Saturday: 9 – 11 am and 5 – 6 pm
Sunday: 9 – 11 am and 5 – 6 pm.
The rate of pay for this position is £10.55 per hour.
Please follow this link for a job application pack:
http://www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk/dasl/payments/d-recruiting-personal-assistants/
Closing date: 30th August 2019
Job_App_Pack_for_SM130819RI.doc

JH-JWK-23AUG19- Personal Assistant for disabled woman in Herne Hill SE24

Job reference: JH-JWK-23AUG19
Closing date: 23 August, 2019

Personal Assistant wanted to work with disabled woman in Herne Hill area, South London, SE24. Personal care, housework, laundry and cooking. 12 hours per week, Monday, Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Pay rate is £10.55 per hour. Must be experienced working with disabled or older people.

You can apply using the form below or for more information contact dasl on 020 7501 8960

Recruitment_pack.doc

RP-LO-25AUG19- Carer for a boy with autism in Clapham, SW4

Job reference: RP-LO-25AUG19
Closing date: 25 August, 2019

A carer is required for a 10-year-old boy with autism.  6 hours per week, term time only.  Support is required to go out to the leisure centre and with other activities in the community.  Support at home may also be required when the boy’s parents are out.  Some personal care required.

Hours can be arranged flexibly, to be discussed at interview.
The ideal candidate will be reliable, trustworthy, patient, confident and have two years experiencing working with children with autism.
Permanent contract, £10.55 per hour, term time only.

Closing date for applications 25th August 2019.
Apply using the form below, or for more information contact Richard at DASL on 020 7501 8961.

Application_form_RP-LO-25AUG19.docJob_Description_and_Person_Specification_RP-LO-25AUG19.pdf

RP-LO-25AUG19- Carer for a boy with autism in Clapham, SW4

Job reference: RP-LO-25AUG19
Closing date:

A carer is required for a 10-year-old boy with autism.  6 hours per week, term time only.  Support is required to go out to the leisure centre and with other activities in the community.  Support at home may also be required when the boy’s parents are out.  Some personal care required.

Hours can be arranged flexibly, to be discussed at interview.
The ideal candidate will be reliable, trustworthy, patient, confident and have two years experiencing working with children with autism.
Permanent contract, £10.55 per hour, term time only.

Closing date for applications 25th August 2019.
Apply using the form below, or for more information contact Richard at DASL on 020 7501 8961.

Application_form_RP-LO-25AUG19.docJob_Description_and_Person_Specification_RP-LO-25AUG19.pdf

SM300719CM Elderly disabled woman in SW2 seeking support worker

Job reference: SM300719CM
Closing date: 23 August, 2019

FEMALE PERSONAL ASSISTANT/ CARER REQUIRED FOR A DISABLED BLIND LADY IN SW2
Job Ref: SM300719MC

M requires assistants with:
• Personal Care including assistants to toilet and getting dressed
• Medication administration
• To prepare some light meals and guidance on where food is on the plate
• To get ready for bed
• Overall guidance around the house
• Light house work
• Assistants with some light shopping and laundry
Other tasks as and when needed Applicant must be reliable, trustworthy, caring.

The client will require assistance Monday to Sunday for 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour at bedtime – 14 hours per week

Hourly rate 10.55 per hour

Closing date 23/08/2019

Job_Description_and_Person_Specification_i.doc

RP-ATJ2-26AUG19 - Admin Support Worker for young man with learning difficulties, SW2

Job reference: RP-ATJ-26AUG19Admin_support.pdf
Closing date: 26 August, 2019

Please note:  dasl is not receiving applications for this job.  Please use the form below to apply directly to the employer (Word or PDF format).

Are you interested in work which directly supports a person with learning difficulties to live a fulfilling life as a valued and contributing member of mainstream society?
Do you enjoy some of the following: an active social life, gaming, the latest tech/gadgets, live music, visual arts, films, cooking, eating-out, travel, rambling, camping, looking after our environment, overseas travel, gym, cycling, swimming and/or have other hobbies/interests and are also a confident user of the internet and social media?
If your answer is yes and you like what you have read so far, this may be the job for you.
Young, mixed heritage man with learning difficulties is looking for an enthusiastic Admin Support Worker. The successful applicant will ideally be familiar with the experience and activities of a young black man, also be an excellent communicator who wants to make more of the job than just to be paid to provide support.
In this job you will gain a unique perspective on learning difficulties, disability and enabling inclusion.
With others in our small and talented team, you will also have numerous, stimulating, varied and interesting opportunities.
In order to support your work you will learn a wide range of skills and imaginative and creative techniques, including ‘Makaton’ signing, facilitated communication and person-centred organisational and planning tools.

ADMIN SUPPORT: JOB DESCRIPTION

You will need to: 
- Relate to, understand and engage with me as your employer, enhancing my social, leisure and educational activities.
- Act as my advocate and ally
- Have/develop a clear understanding of equal opportunities
- Organise, support and enable my personal needs to be met
- Organise support for and facilitate my communication needs including programming my computerised aid (training provided)
- Organise and manage activities for yourself, myself and other PA’s including monitoring all schedules are correctly followed.
- Research, discuss and put in place new activities which reflect areas of my interests
- Provide support to enable me to have access to and participate in activities e.g. arrange membership, tickets, other additional support etc.
- Arrange and ensure that I have appropriate travel arrangements and assistance on journeys
- Research and identify work, training and educational opportunities for me
- Gain support for your own personal needs including regularly seeking advice & feedback from me, my parent, PA’s, Circle of friends etc.
- Identify specific training for yourself and PA’s as appropriate and relevant to fulfilling requirements of your respective jobs.
ADMIN SUPPORT: PERSONAL SPECIFICATION
Essential: You will need to:-
- Be passionate (positive) and energetic about equal opportunities and inclusion and have an open-minded (imaginative) attitude and also be an enthusiastic and collaborative team member.
- Be able to implement anti-discrimination and equal opportunity working practises.
- Be confident, assertive yet patient and flexible
- Be honest, trustworthy, reliable, and responsible
- Be expressive and have an obvious sense of humour as well as having excellent social skills.
- Be sensitive to my individual/personal needs and ready to acknowledge and build on my strengths as well as being responsive to my difficulties
- Develop an understanding of how I communicate and learn
- Have excellent (written and spoken) communication, computer, clerical, organisational & office administration skills and be able to work flexible hours (if and as appropriate from your own home).
- Be disciplined, hardworking and good at using your own initiative.
- Be self-motivated and have the ability to work independently but also able to support the team by communicating well and using appropriate organisational skills and tools
- Be able to respect mine and my family’s privacy and keep all information about me and my family and friends confidential.
- In relation to the job, behave in and outside of our home in a way which acknowledges and respects our family values.

Desirable: not essential but must be able and willing to learn:-
- An ability to implement anti-discrimination and equal opportunity law & policy as it relates to disability rights, access & inclusion.
- An ability to implement HR practises i.e. staff advertising, selection, recruitment, appraisals, reviews and training.
- Project and people management skills or simply be able to demonstrate that you are adept at developing positive working relationships.
- Ability to use creative, person-centred planning techniques, tools and images to facilitate employer’s life.
- Ability to acknowledge the importance of your work and the work of those who you work with e.g. by recognising the resourceful qualities of embracing difference, diversity, empowerment, and. personal responsibility.
- Advocacy skills & related skills e.g. as a communication partner
- An in-depth understanding of autism & related sensory and movement differences.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
PAY: £10.55ph – £14ph
• During 12 week induction period pay is£10.55ph. (Higher starting and subsequent hourly rate may be negotiated depending on proven knowledge and abilities).
• Pay increases to £11ph after successfully completing first 12 weeks. Subsequent increases happen as part of ongoing appraisals process.
• Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks will be carried out.
• Preferably you will live in Lambeth or surrounding boroughs or can easily travel to Brixton hill.
• Permanent employment for up to 40 hours 5 days a week.
• Hours are flexible so can also be 10-20 hours a week over 2 or more days.
• Pay includes paid annual leave.
• External supervision, training and all overnights are paid at the national minimum hourly rate
• Specific and ongoing training, guidance and external supervision is provided, with particular focus on any needs you may have in making inclusion happen and developing relationships with individual who is being assisted, his family, community and other contacts.
• Following reference checks, successful applicant will be able to begin a trial period immediately
Deadline for completed applications: currently open
Short listing date: currently open Interviewing date: currently open

Admin_support.docx
Admin_support.pdf

RP-ATJ1-26AUG19 - Personal Assistant / Support Worker for young man with learning difficulties, SW2

Job reference: RP-ATJ1-26AUG19
Closing date: 26 August, 2019

Please note:  dasl is not dealing with applications for this job - please use the form below to apply directly to the employer (Word of PDF format).

Are you interested in work which directly supports a person with learning difficulties to live a fulfilling life as a valued and contributing member of mainstream society?
Do you enjoy some of the following: an active social life, gaming, the latest tech/gadgets, live music, visual arts, films, cooking, eating-out, travel, rambling, camping, looking after our environment, overseas travel, gym, cycling, swimming and/or have other hobbies/interests and are also a confident user of the internet and social media?
If your answer is yes and you like what you have read so far, this may be the job for you.
Busy, young, mixed heritage man with learning difficulties is looking for an enthusiastic PA/Support Worker. The successful applicant will ideally be familiar with the experience and activities of a young black man, also be an excellent communicator who wants to make more of the job than just to be paid to provide support.
In this job you will gain a unique perspective on learning difficulties, disability and enabling inclusion.
With others in our small and talented team, you will also have numerous, stimulating, varied and interesting opportunities.
In order to support your work you will learn a wide range of skills and imaginative and creative techniques, including ‘Makaton’ signing, facilitated communication and person-centred organisational and planning tools.


PA: JOB DESCRIPTION
You will be provided with appropriate training, however please consider if you are able to provide support and assistance with the following:
- Mobility needs: assistance on journeys including all forms of public and private transport, including travel abroad.
- Communication needs: mostly use of non-verbal communication, ‘Makaton’ signing, pictorial symbols and use of a facilitated communication aid (training provided).
- Personal/Self-care needs: some basic assistance with personal hygiene and dressing.
- Diet: Support with food selection and preparation.
- Work/Employment/Social/Leisure needs: support to participate in activities of personal interest and discovering new activities e.g. of shared interest within and outside London, within UK or abroad.
- Learning needs: some support in learning settings e.g. college (not necessarily to learning assistant level).
- Other: working alongside parent and others in team, carry out reasonable household duties related to the individual needs of the person you will be supporting.

PA: PERSONAL SPECIFICATION
This job is best suited to someone who is enthusiastic, energetic, creative and imaginative and is also open-minded and friendly with a positive/light hearted sense of humour. It would also be a great advantage if you can demonstrate the following:
• Some knowledge of equal opportunities and inclusion.
• Knowledge of some or all of the following: - the internet, social media, gaming, gadgets, music, visual arts, films, cooking, travel, rambling, camping, ecological/environmental/conservation issues, gym, cycling, and swimming.
• Behaviour which is honest, reliable and responsible and also be able to keep brief records and be self-reflective.
• Very good social skills.
• Confidence and ability to be assertive but also patient and flexible.
• Ability to be empathetic and sensitive to the individual/personal needs of someone who has significant learning difficulties also ready and able to acknowledge their strengths.
• Ability to learn how to communicate non-verbally and willingness to learn how to enable and facilitate inclusion and participation.
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, use initiative and make positive and appropriate decisions in difficult and potentially challenging situations.
• Respect for the privacy of the family and ability to keep all information about family and friends confidential.
• Whilst working adopt behaviour that acknowledges and respects the family’s values


TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

• PAY: £10.55ph – £14ph
• During 12 week induction period pay is£10.55ph. (Higher starting and subsequent hourly rate may be negotiated depending on proven knowledge and abilities).
• Pay increases to £11ph after successfully completing first 12 weeks. Subsequent increases happen as part of ongoing appraisals process.
• Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks will be carried out.
• Preferably you will live in Lambeth or surrounding boroughs or can easily travel to Brixton hill.
• Permanent employment for up to 40 hours 5 days a week.
• Hours are flexible so can also be 10-20 hours a week over 2 or more days.
• Pay includes paid annual leave.
• External supervision, training and all overnights are paid at the national minimum hourly rate
• Specific and ongoing training, guidance and external supervision is provided, with particular focus on any needs you may have in making inclusion happen and developing relationships with individual who is being assisted, his family, community and other contacts.
• Following reference checks, successful applicant will be able to begin a trial period immediately
Deadline for completed applications: currently open
Short listing date: currently open Interviewing date: currently open

PA-Support_Worker_JD_PS_Application_form.docx
PA-Support_Worker_JD_PS_Application_form.pdf

RP- MS-26AUG19 - Male Personal Assistants for young man with autism and learning disabilities

Job reference: RP- MS-26AUG19
Closing date: 26 August, 2019

Experienced Male Personal Assistants are required to support a young man with autism and learning disabilities near Streatham Common.

A good awareness and understanding of autism is essential and an ability to follow behavioural guidelines, set firm boundaries and work in a consistent manner is vital to ensuring the client receives the care and support he requires in order to lead a healthy and independent life.

Due to the nature of the role you must be confident in managing challenging behaviour and be physically fit in order to keep up with an active young man who enjoys going out and about in the local community in all weathers, including riding his bike, going swimming and skateboarding amongst other activities.

The job would suit someone who lives locally as shifts may be available at short notice and it would be beneficial to have a good knowledge of the local area as the client enjoys going out and about and accessing the community on a daily basis.

The client requires support 24/7 and various shifts and hours will be available, up to 40 hours a week. You will be working as part of a team of Personal Assistants, often alongside other carers on a 2:1 basis. Therefore good clear communication is important as well as an ability to work as part of a team and be flexible in covering other shifts as and when required.

Daytime working hours will be paid at £10.55 per hour. Sleep-in/night rate is yet to be confirmed.

For an informal discussion please contact Mr Scott on: 07969301964 or by email on comedy_pit@hotmail.com

Please note dasl is not taking applications for this job so please contact employer directly. 

JH-JM-23/8/19 Personal Assistant wanted for disabled man in Tulse Hill.

Job reference: JH-JM-23/8/19
Closing date: 23 August, 2019

Personal Assistant wanted to work with disabled man in Tulse Hill area, South London. Assisting employer with paperwork, emails and accessing computer. Housework and shopping. 7 hours per week, four weekdays in the evening. Pay rate is £10.55 per hour. Must be experienced working with disabled people and be aware of LGBTQ issues, including gender. Good sense of humour required.

For an application pack please contact http://www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk quote reference JH-JM-23/8/19. Closing date is 23/8/19.

Recruitment_pack.doc

RP-AS-30JUN19 - Personal Assistant for disabled woman in Lambeth, SW9 (near Oval tube station)

Job reference: RP-AS-30JUN19
Closing date:

I’m looking for a Personal Assistant to support me with my recovery after a hospital admission.  The successful candidate needs to be somebody who can motivate me to be as independent as possible, not just do things for me.  It’s also essential to like dogs!

Tasks include support with washing and bathing; personal care including continence care; getting compression stockings on and off; general housework and cleaning; and occasional support to go out in the community.

7 hours per week, to be arranged flexibly between Monday and Friday.  Usual start time will be between 12 and 1pm.

£10. 55 per hour (London Living Wage).
5.6 weeks paid annual leave, pro rata.

The closing date for applications is 30th June 2019, but I’m looking to recruit someone as soon as possible, so I will consider arranging interviews as soon as applications are received.
You can apply using the form below, or for more information contact Richard at DASL on 020 7501 8963.

JH-NY2-2JULY18 Personal Assistant wanted for disabled man in Brixton at weekend

Job reference: JH-NY2-2JULY18
Closing date:

Personal Assistant wanted to work with disabled man in Brixton area, South London.  Personal care and preparing light snacks. 6 hours per week Saturday and Sunday in the morning, afternoon and evening. Travel costs will be paid. Pay rate is £10.20 per hour. Must be experienced working with disabled people. LGBT friendly essential.

For an application pack please contact http://www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk quote reference JH-NY2-2JULY18. Closing date is 2/7/18.

Recruitment_pack_-_NY2.doc

TOB2 Personal Assistant wanted to help disabled woman in Clapham

Job reference: TOB2
Closing date:

Female Personal Assistant wanted to work with disabled woman in Clapham area, South London. Cleaning and shopping. 10 hours per week, Monday to Wednesday flexible hours. Pay rate is 9.15 per hour. Must be experienced working with disabled or older people.

For an application pack please contact http://www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk quote reference TOB2. Closing date is 18/3/16.

WEBSITE_APP_PACK_TOB2.doc

JH6 Female Personal Assistant to work with disabled woman in Streatham

Job reference: JH6
Closing date:

Female Personal Assistant wanted to work with disabled woman in Streatham area, South London. Accompanying hospital visits, assisting with medication and shopping. 14 hours per week, Monday to Saturday in the morning. Flexible hours. Pay rate is 9.15 per hour. Must be experienced working with disabled or older people.

For an application pack please contact http://www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk quote reference JH6. Closing date is 27/11/15.

WEBSITE_APP_PACK_JH6.doc

AA6 Female Personal Assistant wanted for young woman with learning disability in Battersea

Job reference: AA6
Closing date:

Female Personal Assistant wanted to work with young woman with learning disability in Battersea area, South London. Accompanying her shopping, going to the swimming pool and the library.  6 hours per week on Saturday morning and afternoon. Pay rate is 8.21 per hour. Must be experienced working with disabled or young people.

For an application pack please contact http://www.disabilitylambeth.org.uk quote reference AA6. Closing date is 7/8/15.

WEBSITE_APP_PACK_AA6.doc

REF KBFH13 Female Personal Assistant requried in London (SW2) area

Job reference: REF KBFH13
Closing date:

Female Personal Assistant required for disabled girl with cerebral palsy London SW2. Must be friendly and reliable. 2 hours a day, 5 days a week, at 8.21 per hour. 

Reference KBFH13
Closing date 30/09/13
REF_KBFH13_Application_Pack.doc