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If you live in your own home you may be entitled to a grant which will allow you to adapt your home to allow you to live more independently, and to purchase equipment which will help you in a number of day-to-day tasks.

Adapting your home


Local authorities are required by law to give Disabled Facilities Grants to eligible applicants to make houses suitable for disabled people. The Grants are available to owners and tenants in both private and social housing sectors.You may be expected to pay some of the costs, depending on your financial circumstances.

Contact your local social services department / housing authority to arrange for an assessment of the improvements and adaptations to meet your needs, and details of accessing Disabled Facilities funding. Your local council may also be able to move you to more suitable living accommodation if this is your preference, and would offer the same help as improving or adapting the existing accommodation.


Home Improvement Agencies


If you are arranging for the work to be carried out yourself you may be able to get help from a Home Improvement Agency. They are not-for-profit organisations which advise on what work needs to be done and then project manage it on your behalf.

Foundations


The National Co-ordinating Body for Home Improvement Agencies (HIAs) in England. HIAs are not for profit, locally based organisations that assist vulnerable homeowners to improve, maintain or adapt their home. By improving people's living conditions, HIAs enhance their quality of life and enable them to remain in their home in greater comfort and security. Foundations, Bleaklow House, Howard Town Mill, Glossop, Derbyshire, SK13 8HT - Telephone: 01457 891909

 



SME TPI Retentions Agent

SME TPI Retentions Agent
E.ON

JOB DESCRIPTION

We are looking for a SME TPI Retentions Agent to join us in the SME TPI team at Newstead Court, Annesley, Nottingham

SME TPI Retentions Agent
Responsibilities
Negotiate your way to success

SME TPI Retentions Agent
£16,219 to £17,016 + commission
Nottingham

E.ON is a global provider of specialised energy solutions. We are also an important trader in global commodities, working hard to make the best deals possible for our worldwide business and ultimately our customers.

Right now, we have an exciting opportunity for a dynamic individual to join one of our specialist telesales teams. We’ll want you to contact small and medium-sized business customers whose contracts with us have recently lapsed. Using your listening skills, you’ll find out exactly what each customer’s energy needs are and develop an appropriate solution for them.

This is a fast-moving role and there will be targets. By getting customers to renew their contracts, you’ll play a key role in driving our revenue and sales. As such, you’ll need to be a confident negotiator who’s able to build strong relationships with people over the phone. A true self-starter, you’ll also need to be resilient and be comfortable with working under pressure. If you have those qualities, we can offer you a competitive rewards package and excellent long-term career opportunities.

Qualifications
Essential skill requirements
- Sales experience and proven track record of hitting targets
- Excellent negotiation skills
- Strong customer focus
- Good telephone manner
- Ability to handle pressure
- Positive, can-do approach to work

As well as full training, you’ll enjoy all the benefits and development opportunities that come from joining a world-class company of our size and scope.

Additional information
The role is based at our Newstead Court Office, Sherwood Park, Little Oak Drive, Annesley. Nottingham. NG15 0DR which is within easy access from Mansfield, Nottingham and Derby.



Development and Asset Management Project Assistant

Development and Asset Management Project Assistant
JRHT

JOB DESCRIPTION

Hours of work: Full time, 35 hours per week
Location: The Homestead, York
Term: Permanent

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) and Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust (JRHT) are working together for a prosperous and poverty free UK where everyone can thrive and contribute.

We are now seeking a Project Assistant to support our Development and Asset Project Management team who work with the wider Housing, Care and Policy and Research teams to drive and support the delivery of excellent services and contribute to our ambitious JRF/JRHT strategic plan.
We are a small housing association with an ambition to change national policy and practice and you will play a key role in supporting us to achieve our ambition. You will assist in the successful delivery of our development projects, ensuring excellent administrative support, meet audit requirements, monitor and resolve defects and resolve queries for all new build schemes. You will take on responsibility for small scale new build projects from inception to completion working closely with key internal and external stakeholders.

To be successful in this role you will have proven experience of working in the property sector environment with the ability to work as part of a team, deliver under pressure and cope with conflicting priorities. You will have excellent communication skills, be proactive and have an excellent attention to detail. A good knowledge of all Microsoft Office applications is essential. You will have a basic knowledge of the housing development and asset management processes and regulations. A housing or construction related qualification is desirable.

In return you can expect to make a measurable contribution to a charity that transforms lives every day.

Download an application pack and further information from our website at www.jrf.org.uk/about-us/jobs

Closing deadline is on Monday 17 August 2015 at 12 noon.
Interviews will be held at The Homestead on Thursday 3 September 2015.

Please complete our application form; CV’s and late applications will not be accepted.



Development Project Manager

Development Project Manager
JRHT

JOB DESCRIPTION

Salary: £49,233 per annum (i.e. £27.05 per hour)
Hours of work: Full time, 35 hours per week
Location: The Homestead, York
Term: Permanent

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) and Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust (JRHT) are working together for a prosperous and poverty free UK where everyone can thrive and contribute.

We are now seeking an experienced Project Manager to work within our Development and Asset Management team. This team works alongside the wider Housing, Care and Policy and Research teams to drive and support the delivery of new build homes and contributes to our ambitious JRF/JRHT strategic plan.

We are a small housing association with an ambition to change national policy and practice and you will play a key team role in supporting us to achieve our ambition. You will lead on the delivery of high quality new build development projects from inception to completion, ensuring value for money, innovative design, detailed specification and sustainability.

Internal and external stakeholder management is key to the role, advising on quality and procurement aspects of development, ensuring smooth interface throughout the construction phases and handover to Housing Management. You will be accountable for monitoring and reporting on KPIs and will represent the “Client” in setting excellent standards of health and safety at all phases.

To be successful in this role you will have a proven track record that demonstrates the skills and abilities of managing complex construction projects in residential developments and mixed tenure housing. You will be a strong team player with the ability to engage and motivate at all levels. A degree and/or Chartered Membership in a related Construction, Design, Surveying or Engineering field is essential.

In return you can expect to make a measurable contribution to a charity that transforms lives every day.

Download an application pack and further information from our website at www.jrf.org.uk/about-us/jobs

Closing deadline is on Monday 17 August 2015 at 12 noon.
Interviews will be held at The Homestead on Thursday 27 August 2015.

Please complete our application form; CV’s and late applications will not be accepted.



Project Officer

Project Officer
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

Department: The Project Management Office
Location: Office based - Leeds, West Yorkshire
Job status: Temporary up until 31st March 2016 due to specific funding
Hours: Full time, 36 hours
Closing Date: 13th August noon.
Salary: £26,329.35 per annum
Skills For Care have an exciting opportunity for a Project Officer to join our team based in Leeds. Working on a Full-Time, Temporary basis.

What we do

Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England which is a growing sector that currently has around 17,000 employers and a workforce of around 1.5 million workers contributing an estimated £43 billion to the English economy. In June 2014, we merged with the National Skills Academy for Social Care, to maximise the impact of our combined knowledge and expertise in the sector.

Together, we work with employers and other partners to create a fit for purpose qualifications framework and practical resources to develop the skills, knowledge and leadership of the workforce. Our work helps our sector recruit and retain the right people who have the rights skills at the right time to deliver high quality services to people who need care and support in our communities.

Skills for Care’s mission is to ensure that England's adult social care workforce has the appropriately skilled people in the right places working to deliver high quality social care. Projects in support of this mission vary widely in scope and scale, ranging from high profile IT developments, to small, local community skills programmes.

The team

The Project Management Office team has been in place for three years and in that time has become an integral component in Skills for Care’s project management practice. The Project Management Office operates as a flexible, responsive and solution focused team and to that end, Project Officers' are expected to work flexibly across a range of projects as the business requirements and their capacity dictates.

The role

The Project Officer role is often the link between Project Managers (many of whom are home based) and the rest of the organisation and play a vital role in ensuring that projects are planned, communicated and delivered successfully. The post holder will support the successful delivery of a range of projects by providing professional project and administrative support to Project Managers and Programme Heads to ensure the deliverables within the business plan are achieved. This will include supporting the production and monitoring of project plans that are consistent and well communicated; having well defined goals and timescales and well managed risks and issues. The role also involves supporting project managers with financial forecasting as well as supporting meetings and events, which may involve some travel.

Requirements of the role

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate experience of working in a similar role and provide examples to evidence effective organisational and communication skills. Attention to detail as well as the ability to see the bigger picture is vital, as project officers are in the best place to highlight cross-cutting themes and make recommendations about efficient cross-organisational working. The role also requires strong negotiation and influencing skills and the ability to build relationships quickly with the project team members they are supporting as well as a range of partners from across the social care sector.

Skills for Care is committed to promoting diversity, integrity, inclusion and innovation and expects all staff to share this commitment.

If you are interested in this role please visit the website for the full job description.



Project Officer

Project Officer
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

Department: The Project Management Office
Location: Office based - Leeds, West Yorkshire
Job status: Permanent
Hours: Full time, 36 hours
Closing Date: 13th August noon.
Salary: £26,329.35 per annum
Skills For Care have an exciting opportunity for a Project Officer to join our team based in Leeds.

What we do

Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England which is a growing sector that currently has around 17,000 employers and a workforce of around 1.5 million workers contributing an estimated £43 billion to the English economy. In June 2014, we merged with the National Skills Academy for Social Care, to maximise the impact of our combined knowledge and expertise in the sector.

Together, we work with employers and other partners to create a fit for purpose qualifications framework and practical resources to develop the skills, knowledge and leadership of the workforce. Our work helps our sector recruit and retain the right people who have the rights skills at the right time to deliver high quality services to people who need care and support in our communities.

Skills for Care’s mission is to ensure that England's adult social care workforce has the appropriately skilled people in the right places working to deliver high quality social care. Projects in support of this mission vary widely in scope and scale, ranging from high profile IT developments, to small, local community skills programmes.

The team

The Project Management Office team has been in place for three years and in that time has become an integral component in Skills for Care’s project management practice. The Project Management Office operates as a flexible, responsive and solution focused team and to that end, Project Officers' are expected to work flexibly across a range of projects as the business requirements and their capacity dictates.

The role

The Project Officer role is often the link between Project Managers (many of whom are home based) and the rest of the organisation and play a vital role in ensuring that projects are planned, communicated and delivered successfully. The post holder will support the successful delivery of a range of projects by providing professional project and administrative support to Project Managers and Programme Heads to ensure the deliverables within the business plan are achieved. This will include supporting the production and monitoring of project plans that are consistent and well communicated; having well defined goals and timescales and well managed risks and issues. The role also involves supporting project managers with financial forecasting as well as supporting meetings and events, which may involve some travel.

Requirements of the role

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate experience of working in a similar role and provide examples to evidence effective organisational and communication skills. Attention to detail as well as the ability to see the bigger picture is vital, as project officers are in the best place to highlight cross-cutting themes and make recommendations about efficient cross-organisational working. The role also requires strong negotiation and influencing skills and the ability to build relationships quickly with the project team members they are supporting as well as a range of partners from across the social care sector.

Skills for Care is committed to promoting diversity, integrity, inclusion and innovation and expects all staff to share this commitment.

If you are interested in this role please visit the website for the full job description.



Events and Facilities Officer

Events and Facilities Officer
Skills for Care

JOB DESCRIPTION

Full time, Permanent

Location: London

Salary: £26,329.34 per annum

Closing Date: Tuesday 11th August, 12 noon.

Interview Date: w/c 17th August 2015

Skills for Care is the employer-led workforce development body for adult social care in England. We work with employers across England to make sure their people have the right skills and values to deliver high quality care.

Home of the National Skills Academy for Social Care, we offer workforce learning and development support and practical resources from entry level right through to those in leadership and management roles.

By working with employers and sharing best practice, we help raise quality and standards across the whole sector and ensure dignity and respect are at the heart of service delivery.

This is role is responsible for all Skills for Care meeting spaces and office facilities within the London office. This includes; managing meeting spaces for internal usage and external bookings, coordinating bookings and requirements for usage, coordinating marketing/promotional activity of meeting rooms. The successful candidate is also responsible for ensuring that Skills for Care is well presented and promoted using the London office space, actioning facility maintenance requirements, and liaising with the wider support teams in head office.

The successful candidate must ensure they have experience of providing high level, professional customer service and take a professional approach as they are required to be the professional and knowledgeable point of contact in the London office for all visitors and employees.

As overall responsibility of the office facilities and meeting spaces, experience of supporting teams with the detailed planning arrangements for successful delivery of events/workshops/meetings and experience of directing the work of others is essential.

In order to be successful in the role, the ideal candidate should also have working knowledge and experience of communication and marketing functions

If you are interested in this role please visit the website for the full job description.

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The main barriers can be inaccessible information, inaccessible buildings, inaccessible transport, inflexible procedures and practices. Public services have a duty to consult on the likely impact of proposed policies to ensure they do not have an adverse or negative impact on people due to their disability, age, gender, race or ethnicity, sexuality, religion or faith. Our team provides strategic and practical advice on engagement. Contact us for more information.

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Effective community engagement and consultation can help ensure the Council is providing the services that residents really need, in the way that residents want to access them. It is crucial that those being asked to take part in engagement of whatever type understand what the offer is - whether it is the ground rules of a participatory budgeting event, consultation on service changes, or why it is important to register to vote. 

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A British registered charity which provides sporting and adventurous activites for people with all forms of paralysis. Activities include everything from Archery to Canoeing, Gliding to Shooting, Quad-biking to Scuba-Diving, Land-yachting, Falconry and Fishing.

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If you are disabled and need motor transport to get out and about, contact Motability, an independent not-for-profit organisation, which provides options on car transport solutions for disabled people. In addition The Disabled Drivers' Motor Club (DDMC) is a specialist voluntary organisation in the UK run by and for disabled people who have an interest in motoring and independent mobility.

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Under the Equality Act your employer has certain duties to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to ensure that you are not put at a substantial disadvantage by their employment arrangements or by any physical feature of the workplace. Examples of the sort of adjustments your employer should consider in consultation with you, are set out in the Equality Act.

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If you are disabled, or care for a disabled relative or friend it is important that you understand what health related services are available to you from social services, the Health Service and voluntary organisations. 

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Disability Network is dedicated to promoting equality for people with a disability in the United Kingdom. Often society can disable people more than health condition or disability, with attitudes and assumptions preventing people from reaching their goals.

We have re-launched Disability Network with better web-publishing technology. You will see us focus on two areas: disability awareness information and employment. The job search section remains the largest independent and most successful section. The Disability Network is dedicated to ensuring that people with a disability have immediate access to all relevant information, resources and advice that the web can offer.

The site is fully committed to helping advertisers gain a better understanding of equality and to help them get the best out of our unique service, the Disability Network offers a competitive pricing policy and a clear focus on achieving results.

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With commitment to equal opportunities for the disabled community at its core, the Disability Network brings together jobseekers with employers committed to equality in their recruitment practices. We believe everyone should have the right to work. That’s why we’re committed to supporting disadvantaged people into employment and to live more independent lives.

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