SoLO Career Opportunities
Looking for a career with a leading charity organisation in the West Midlands? If you are the type of person with the passion to ensure that our members are not excluded from society, but are provided an environment that equips them for the future, we want to hear from you. If you have the passion to give our members the skills and experience they need to become free-thinking people able to make choices and take control of their lives, then you will fit right in at SoLO.
Take a look at our values and see if you are ready to help us make a difference:
- Fun Loving… This is the essence of what SoLO is about. We will use enjoyable social and leisure experiences as the tool to unlock our members’ potential, enable them to build skills, make new friends and have their place in society. We will be flexible and ready to take on innovation and accept challenge.
- Integrity… In our relationships with our members, colleagues, parents/carers and supporters, we will act with honesty and respect. We will listen, reflect and act appropriately in all our interactions.
- Training… We will be a learning organisation, providing for our members, voluntary and paid staff the opportunities to grow and develop. Through training, development and support, we will ensure that we are able to deliver excellent services with outstanding outcomes for all involved.
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recruitment pack: containing application form, DBS statement, Equal Opportunities monitoring form and Recruitment of Ex Offenders Policy
Personal Assistant job profile and purpose statement
Specialist 2-1 Personal Assistant job profile and purpose statement
Specialist Lead role Personal Assistant job profile and purpose statement
Support Worker job profile and purpose statement
Project Leader job profile and purpose statement
Assistant Project Leader job profile and purpose statement
Project Manager job profile and purpose statement
Supported Living Support Worker Job Profile
If you would like to join SoLO’s team then take a look at the roles currently available and we look forward to hearing from you soon.
FD – Male age 15yrs – would like two PAs to collect him from school
FD – Male age 15yrs – would like two PAs to collect him from school on Wednesday & Friday at 3.15pm or home at 4.30pm for 2hrs & Saturday 2pm – 6pm, and also an extra 4hrs through school holidays. Experience of supporting people with Autism, sensory processing disorder, and challenging behaviour would be desirable, and enjoy participating in fun energetic activities.
Please contact us on 0121 779 3865 and ask to speak to Julie or Paula to apply.
The rate of pay for the above PA vacancy is £9.29 per hour.
JG - a young man of 16 needs 2 specialist PAs to help him access community activities
JG – needs 2 specialist PAs at a higher rate of pay. He is 16 years old and has Di-George syndrome, heart abnormalities and challenging behaviour. He requires help him access community activities. Hours required 8.309 a.m. to 1 p.m. (flexible)
AM is a 12 year old girl with Downs needing help with after school activity
AM is a 12 year old girl with Downs Syndrome looking for a PA to help with an activity after school and also to take to a Youth Club on a Tuesday. Female preferred.
Male Workers wanted. A lot of people would prefer a Male PA and they are in short supply! Are you or do you know any men interested in becoming a PA? Many PA roles can be worked around main full time jobs or college courses.
Please contact us on 0121 779 3865 and ask to speak to Julie or Paula.
The rate of pay for the above PA vacancies is £9.29 per hour.
Any PAs who would like more work, or have availability to cover, please let us know your days and hours available. Ring 0121 779 3865 and speak to Julie or Sara or email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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Do you have a couple of hours spare on an evening ??
We have many new members waiting, If you let me have your availability.
We are looking for a support worker and volunteers who will work directly to support a young member to access a club on a weekly basis. You will help support and mediate activities to enable him to understand what is expected of him. You will help aid him model appropriate behaviours as well as work alongside the existing leaders.
If you are interested in this position please contact Kat on firstname.lastname@example.org or ring her on 0121 779 3865.
Rate of pay: £8.24 per hour, if aged over 21, or £6.61 per hour, if under 21
Project Leader – Funky Fridays
Acocks Green Legion – Botteville Road
Twice a month on a Friday – 6.30 to 10.30 p.m.
Wanted: dynamic and enthusiastic person to lead on this project which involves working with the “SoLO Sounds” DJs and requires a working knowledge of DJ equipment. You will be team leading staff and volunteers to enhance the experience of the members on project.
Alternating sessions between “nightclub” experience and “family disco”.
Start date: January 2017 (preferably with earlier handover)
Deadline: Friday 4th November
Interviews: w/c 7th November
Pay rate: £10.30 per hour
Enquiries to email@example.com
For application information pack on any posts advertised, please download appropriate forms below or call the office on 0121 779 3865.
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