Monitoring Support Worker

JOB TITLE: Monitoring Support Worker

BASED: Holloway, Islington N7. During the Covid-19 restrictions our staff are able to work from home. We expect to return to in person working at the centre after this time.

HOURS:  25 hours per week

SALARY: NCJ Scale 1 point 1, £21,816 pa FTE

CONTRACT: 6 months

Manor Gardens is looking for a committed Monitoring Support Worker, as part of the Kickstarter scheme, to support our health and wellbeing services in collecting and analysing data and feedback, to ensure our services have a positive impact on our clients and communities. This role will work across our different services and come up with creative ways to present the impacts of our work, with the data we collect. Within this, there will be opportunity to be involved with the services and activities we deliver, and come up with ideas on what other activities we could be running.

The Kickstart Scheme provides jobs for 16 to 24 year olds on Universal Credit.

 JOB SUMMARY: 

The Monitoring Support Worker will work with our Health and Wellbeing Service teams to collect and analyse data and feedback to show the impact of our work, for our clients and communities.

This role will be based at Manor Gardens Centre, and will have the opportunity to work across our different services and come up with creative ways to present the impacts of our work, with the data we collect.

Within this, the post holder will have the opportunity to be involved with the services and activities we run, and come up with ideas on what other activities we could be running. Our activities include coffee mornings, arts and crafts sessions, yoga, mindfulness, self-defence, and many more.

As part of the role the Monitoring Support Worker will undertake administrative duties associated with the role and for the services staff. You will be encouraged to get involved with the organisation as a whole and will have access to training and development opportunities.

About Manor Gardens Welfare Trust

Manor Gardens Welfare Trust is a charity with an excellent history of supporting people to improve their health and wellbeing since 1913. Our mission is to work with people and communities to take action and enable good health, resilience and opportunity.

Manor Gardens is a local community hub providing health and wellbeing services alongside two Early Years services. Many of our health and wellbeing services operate across North London, but our main base is in Islington. We offer a variety of services to people of all ages and all communities, with a particular focus on those that experience identified barriers and difficulties in accessing support and services. This includes but isn’t limited to those living with long-term physical or mental health conditions, refugee and migrant communities, survivors of or those experiencing abuse, those who are socially isolated, and others who for many reasons are experiencing poor health and wellbeing.

We understand that wellbeing and good health mean different things to different people. We work alongside our communities and recruit many of our staff from those communities. We work creatively and flexibly to have a positive impact.

In any role at Manor Gardens Welfare Trust, you will be encouraged to contribute across the organisation and grow and develop as a professional in this field.

How to apply

For a recruitment pack or an informal chat about this post, please download the application pack below and email it to HR@manorgardenscentre.org or email HR@manorgardenscentre.org for the application. 

Closing date for applications: This post will be advertised on a rolling basis, although we advise you to submit your application as soon as possible. We reserve the right to close posts at any time, once we have received sufficient applications. Any applicants must be able to start the role before 31st December 2021. 

Interviews: TBC

Manor Gardens Welfare Trust is committed to valuing, respecting and celebrating diversity, and maintaining a diverse workforce that reflects the communities with which we work. We recognise the value of lived experience in any role we offer, and we welcome and encourage applicants from all sections of the community regardless of their sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation or religious belief.

Manor Gardens Welfare Trust follows safer recruitment procedures, and all successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check. Any disclosures within a DBS check do not necessarily prevent an individual from taking up a position with us, and we encourage those with questions about this to contact us to discuss further.

We also encourage potential candidates to contact us for an informal conversation or email response to any questions you may have. For further information or an informal conversation to discuss this post please contact  Alex Britten at alex@manorgardenscentre.org.

About Manor Gardens Welfare Trust

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Job Description

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