The Network Project Worker
The Network is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO), established as a ‘one stop shop’ to support young people aged 16-24 in Lincoln and the surrounding area.
The Network is located within City Hall, Lincoln which is part of the new Public Services ‘Hub’ at City Hall and brings services together under one roof, providing a one-stop shop for people who might otherwise not know where to turn.
The Network has an exciting opportunity for highly motivated individual to join the organisation as a Project Worker.
£23,088 per annum
37hours per week
25 days annual leave per annum
Post currently funded until 31st July 2019
Provide office and project administrative support to the organisation.
Act as a point of contact for enquiries.
Liaise with partner organisations and co-ordinate support for young people.
Application packs are available as follows:
Telephone: 01522 801556
Post: Ben Barley, Chief Executive, Voluntary Centre Services, City Hall, Beaumont Fee, Lincoln, LN1 1DF
Closing date: Friday 13th July 2018 (4pm)
Interview date: Friday 20th 2018
The Network CIO. Registered charity no. 1167775
Would you like to gain your CSCS CARD and new skills? We will offer you a chance to get your CSCS Green Labourer Card, Asbestos Awareness and much more to help you find work!
Open to those: Over 18 years and unemployed
Individuals will be required to attend 12 days at Abbey Access Training starting Monday 4th June at 9.30am
Followed by on-going support sessions until employment is secured
Day 1 – Induction and enrolment
Day 2 – CV Lesson and update of CV’s, Job Search
Day 3 – Covering Letter lesson and update/production of a Cover letter
Day 4 – Reviews/ target settings/ Individual Learning Plan (ILP)/Skills Work Star/Job Search
Day 5 – Application Form lesson and Job Search
Day 6 – Asbestos Awareness and Job Search
Day 7 – Manual Handling and Job Search
Day 8 – Fire Safety and Job Search
Day 9 – Site Safety Awareness Course
Day 10 – Intensive Job Search
Day 11 – Intensive Job Search
Day 12 – Consolidation/final Reviews/Concentrated Job Search
This will be followed by supported days of intensive job search, application sessions and work experience opportunities to help you gain employment.
For more information or to book a place, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
With high quality, supportive and friendly training, delivered from an inner-city park setting, Abbey Access Training provides the qualifications, knowledge and employment skills needed within the local community.
The Centre runs a course of training designed to improve your skills and enhance your chances of success in the job market. Abbey Access Training has successfully helped people gain employment, even in recent difficult times. Over 2000 people have found work again through their supported employment skills programme.
The programmes are available only to those who are unemployed. The courses include:
The Flare programme is for young people aged 16 – 18, to help with progression to college, apprenticeships or employment.
Flare is designed for those working towards qualifications from Entry 2 to Level 2, who need help to build confidence, skills and work experience, focused on developing the skills needed for the working world.
Get into Catering is a practical study programme, which includes:
Get into construction where you have the chance to get your CSCS Green Labourer Card and much more to help you find work, including:
A FREE employment, training and careers event
Last year this event attracted around 35 exhibitors offering up to 65 job vacancies and Apprenticeship opportunities. Almost 200 people attended the event with some attendees securing interviews on the day.
Find out how to sign up as an exhibitor here.
12th June at The Blues Club
North Street, Gainsborough, DN21 2HU
Hill Holt Wood
Set in a beautiful woodland setting off the A46, the Hill Holt Wood Study Programme is a unique opportunity to get out of the classroom and into a peaceful natural environment.
The aim of the Study Programme is to maximise the potential of young people to help them progress onto higher education and/or skilled employment and we dedicate time at the end of the course to help with job finding and further education applications.
They offer the following exciting pathways on the Study Programme:
There are many different options to choose from; depending on which pathway is chosen – these include:
Traditional 6th Form and College isn’t for everyone – some students drop out soon after starting and Hill Holt Wood may be able to offer an alternative education in a woodland setting.
If you are between 16-18, have finished school and are not currently in training, full time employment or further education then this Study Programme could be the course for you! New students get taken in on a weekly basis so there’s no busy enrollment days to worry about.
Voluntary Centre Services is running a free workshop on the 4th June, 10am-12pm at City Hall called “Let’s talk about volunteering”.
They will be talking about what volunteering involves and how to get into volunteering. This will be a friendly, informal session with a relatively small group size. Light refreshments will be provided.
This would be a great chance to introduce people to the world of volunteering who may be looking to do some good, expand their skill set, boost their CV and increase their social activity but aren’t sure where to start.
If you have any further questions about this workshop just email us at: Lincoln@voluntarycentreservices.org.uk
…at Lincoln Arboretum
Sunday 20th May – 11am-4pm
A mini ‘Lincolnshire Show’ in the heart of the City
An accessible and affordable day out for all the family
Please find attached the latest Community Education Centre course lists for courses available in January.
If you are interested in a course and would like more information or would like to attend any of the listed courses, please contact the Community Education Centre on 01522 876258 or email email@example.com