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Health for all, Changing Lives, Transforming communities

Established in 1991, Health for All is a Leeds based charity which believes in and works towards a society free from inequality, poverty and isolation.   We build communities and facilitate real change in people's lives.   Our vital services work across generations, cultures and ethnicities to bring people together to achieve healthier, happier lives.

We deliver a range of services and projects from our six community, family and enterprise centres located within the hearts of local communities in the city.

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

Finance Officer - Ref 199

An opportunity has arisen to join Health for All's core team.

We are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic and highly skilled finance officer to work within the core team.  The successful candidate will provide financial support to all services and projects including preparation of budgets, management accounts, project reports and returns.

Candidates should have relevant skills and experience in producing comprehensive financial information, monitoring and entering information into financial systems, ideally good working knowledge of Quickbooks.

Hours: 21 hours per week (ideally working Monday to Friday)
Salary: £22,276.80 full time equivalent (£13,366.08 actual salary per annum)
Closing Date for applications: Thursday 6th February 2020 at 12 noon
Interviews: Thursday 13th February 2020

Download your 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 No 199) - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information

 


Administrator - Ref 197

Health for All invites applications for an Administrator within their exciting and innovative new project ‘Raising Aspirations’ as part of the CLLD (Community Led Local Development Programme) in South Leeds. The project is funded by the European Structural Investment Fund until March 2022.  

“Raising Aspirations” is a new, ambitious, innovative, ‘whole family approach’ project for families in south Leeds offering one to one support and a network of peer led groups for families who are facing barriers to employment, education and training, to support progression into employment, learning further training and enterprise. 

We are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic and highly skilled administrator to work on the new project.  Candidates should have relevant skills and experience in providing comprehensive, effective and confidential administration support, including experience of working on complex spreadsheets and managing petty cash.

The successful candidate will provide efficient administration and monitoring support, establishing and maintaining accurate records ensuring all deadlines are met.

Hours: 20 hours per week
Salary: £18,655 full time equivalent (£10,660 actual salary per annum)
Closing Date for applications:
Monday 3rd February 2020 at 12 noon
Interviews:
Week Commencing 10th February 2020

Download your 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 No 197) - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information
Additional information

 


Project Worker (Disabilities) - Ref 198

Health for All invites applications for a Full time Project Worker (Disabilities) to work within their exciting and innovative new project ‘Raising Aspirations’ as part of the CLLD (Community Led Local Development Programme) in South Leeds. The project is funded by the European Structural Investment Fund until March 2022.  

“Raising Aspirations” is a new, ambitious, innovative, ‘whole family approach’ project for families in south Leeds offering one to one support and a network of peer led groups for families who are facing barriers to employment, education and training, to support progression into employment, learning further training and enterprise. 

To engage with workless families to offer motivational 1-2-1 and group support to improve readiness to move into employment, education or training through delivering a range of activities and support including: confidence building, raising aspirations, preparation for the world of work and access to opportunities including voluntary work, work experience, training, education and employment.

Hours: 35 hours per week
Salary:
£26,100 per annum
Closing Date for applications:
Monday 27th January 2020 at 12 noon
Interviews:
Week Commencing 3rd February 2020

Download your 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 No 198) - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information

Additional information


SWIFt Wellbeing Project Worker - Ref 196

The project aims to support older people who are living with frailty with complex issues who are often socially isolated by working together to improve their health, wellbeing and independence.   Candidates should have skills in building relationships whilst enabling older people to make sustained changes.  The project is funded until September 2021.

To be part of the locality based SWIFt service, offering home visits and support to older people aged 50+ living with frailty including multiple complex health issues.   Building good relationships in order to address social and health needs, supporting and motivating older people to make sustained changes to improve their wellbeing and independence. 

Hours: 25 hours per week
Salary: £25,500 full time equivalent per annum (£18,200 actual per annum)
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 4th February 2020 at 12 noon
Interviews: Week commencing 10th February 2020

Download your 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 No 196) - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information

 

 


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