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Health for All has been offering careers since 1991 we recognise that it is the passion and commitment of all our staff which enables us to deliver projects to change lives and transform communities for the better.  If you are seeking to develop your career and have the skills, experience and determination to succeed and make a difference you are what we are looking for. 

This page shows the current roles we are recruiting for within Health for All (Leeds) Ltd. All roles within Health for All are subject to an enhanced DBS check. If you would like to find out further information regarding any of our vacancies please email recruitment@healthforall.org.uk   

Job vacancies

                                  

 

Health for All has been successful in securing delivery of the Breastfeeding Support Project commissioned by Better Start Bradford until September 2021.  Better Start Bradford is funded by the Big Lottery with the aim of providing accessible, responsible Breastfeeding Support in the Better Start Bradford delivery area including Bowling & Barkerend, Bradford Moor and Little Horton.

We invite applications for the following posts (closing date Friday 31st August 2018 at 12 noon):-

Breastfeeding Project Coordinator (Ref 162)

35 hours per week.

£26,000 per annum (job share may be considered).

To lead on the vision of the project, that is to increase the uptake of support for breastfeeding mothers, helping them to breastfeed for as long as they want.  To lead on the development of a proactive, personalised, predictable, 1:1 model of breastfeeding support delivered primarily in women's own homes by employed staff.

Download application pack:-

Job Description
Person Specification
Recruitment Process
Recruitment of Ex Offenders Policy
Equal Opportunities Form (please return with your application form)
Application Form Ref 162 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information

Health for All is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.


Breastfeeding Senior Support Worker (Ref 163)

15 hours per week.

£23,756 full time equivalent per annum pro rata.

To take a hands on senior support role in engaging and working with new mothers, offering them practical support to overcome challenges, supporting the Project Coordinator and Support Workers.

Download application pack:-

Job Description
Person Specification
Recruitment Process
Recruitment of Ex Offenders Policy
Equal Opportunities Form (please return with your application form)
Application Form Ref 163 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information

Health for All is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.


Breastfeeding Support Workers (Ref 164)

15-30 hours per week available - hours to be discussed at interview.

£18,564 full time equivalent per annum pro rata.

The role will focus on engaging with new mothers, offering them practical support to overcome any challenges they may face to breastfeeding.

Download application pack:-

Job Description
Person Specification
Recruitment Process
Recruitment of Ex Offenders Policy
Equal Opportunities Form (please return with your application form)
Application Form Ref 164 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information

Health for All is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.


Breastfeeding Project Administrator (Ref 165)

21 hours per week.

£16,471 full time equivalent per annum pro rata.

To provide efficient administrative and evaluation support for the Better Start Bradford Breastfeeding Project Team, carrying out general office and administrative duties to meet the needs of the service.

Download application pack:-

Job Description
Person Specification
Recruitment Process
Recruitment of Ex Offenders Policy
Equal Opportunities Form (please return with your application form)
Application Form Ref 165 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information

Health for All is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.


Sessional Caretaker/Cleaner (Ref 159)

We are currently looking for a sessional Caretaker/Cleaner to cover periods of absence and help with the increased use of our centres.

Health for All manages 7 thriving community buildings in the South Leeds area.   This role is to support the facilities team in providing cleaning and caretaking duties at all Health for All sites on an as and when required basis.   As part of this role you will be required to lock and secure some of the Health for All centres when the centres close.

This role is on an as and when required basis to cover periods of annual leave, sickness and events.  There will be a requirement to cover approximately 357 hours of annual leave over the year with the potential for more hours to cover events at centres.

Hours will vary so flexibility will be required, however, you will be given as much notice as possible of your working hours and given work patterns in advance where possible.

Salary - £7.83 per hour plus £1.17 per hour holiday pay.

Download application pack:-

Job Description
Person Specification
Recruitment Process
Recruitment of Ex Offenders Policy
Equal Opportunities Form (please return with your application form)
Application Form Ref 159 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information

We reserve the right to close the job advert once a reasonable amount of applications are received.

Health for All is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. 

 

 


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