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Health for all, Changing Lives, Transforming communities

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 invites applications for a number of posts for 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 highly motivated and enthusiastic workers to work on the new project.  Candidates should have skills in recognising and addressing barriers to employment and learning; experience in assessing and planning innovative interventions; achieving positive outcomes for families who face multiple barriers to employment; skills in using whole family approaches to help improve the lives of local families and support individuals back to work.

The project is receiving funding from the European Structural & Investment Funds Growth Programme in England.

We invite applications for the following posts:-

Co-ordinator/Senior Worker (24 hours per week) - Ref 191

To offer day to day supervision to project workers and family activity workers.  To plan and co-ordinate a programme of group activities and carry out group work and 1-2-1 work with families.

Salary - £27,500 full time equivalent (pro rata for part time hours).

Download your application pack:-

Job description
Person specification
Additional information
Recruitment process
Recruitment of Ex Offenders policy
Equal Opportunities form (please return with your application form)
Application Form Ref No 191 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information.

Project Worker (17.5 hours per week) - Ref 192 - 3 POSTS AVAILABLE

To engage with families to offer 1-2-1 and group support to improve readiness to move into employment, education or training.

Salary - £26,100 full time equivalent (pro rata for part time hours).

Download your application pack:-

Job description
Person specification
Additional information
Recruitment process
Recruitment of Ex Offenders policy
Equal Opportunities form (please return with your application form)
Application Form Ref No 192 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information.

Project Worker (Disabilities) (35 hours per week) - Ref 193

To engage with families to offer 1-2-1 and group support, supporting families and parents with special needs and mild learning disabilities.

Salary - £26,100 per annum.

Download your application pack:-

Job description
Person specification
Additional information
Recruitment process
Recruitment of Ex Offenders policy
Equal Opportunities form (please return with your application form)Application Form Ref No 193 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information.
Application Form Ref No 193 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information.

Family Activity Worker (17.5 hours per week) - Ref 194

To deliver engaging, creative activities for children and their families in a range of community settings.

Salary - £15,771 full time equivalent (pro rata for part time hours).

Download your application pack:-

Job description
Person specification
Additional information
Recruitment process
Recruitment of Ex Offenders policy
Equal Opportunities form (please return with your application form)Application Form Ref No 194 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional information.
Application Form Ref No 194 - we do not accept CV's or any other additional informaton.

Closing date for applications - Friday 22nd November 2019 at 4 pm.

Interviews - 28th and 29th November 2019 and 2nd December 2019.

To find out more about Health for All and the roles, please visit our website www.healthforall.org.uk and go to the about section to view our vacancies and download the application pack.

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


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