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Naomi House Support WorkerOne25LogoCol

Hours: 35 hours per week

Deadline: 9 am on Friday 27th May 2011

Website with all documents: Click Here


Thank you for your interest in this vacancy. There is one position available offering regular shifts covering 35 hours per week, but we are also recruiting for Bank Support Workers who would be asked to work as and when required.

The attachments on this page include a job description, application form, equal opportunities monitoring form and a summary of our terms and conditions of employment. We also recommend looking at our website www.one25.org.uk. There is a short history of our work and other useful information here, Do ask if you need anything printed and posted to you or supplied in other formats. If you would like further information or have any questions not answered within the documents provided please contact Sue Hazelden or Sophie Whitaker on 0117 909 8830.

The deadline for applications is 9 am on Friday 27th May 2011. This deadline cannot be extended.

Please make it clear on your application form which post you are applying for. We will accept applications by hand, by fax to 0117 941 2382, or as email attachments (preferred formats are .doc .rtf or .pdf - we cannot reliably open other file formats). Please do not send CVs.

Interviews will be held on Friday 3rd June 2011. We try to contact all applicants, but if you have not heard from us by Tuesday 30th May you should assume that you have not been shortlisted.

One25 is committed to equal opportunities, and we will carefully consider applications from those with specific requirements relating to religion, belief, disability, caring responsibilities etc. If you have any particular requirements you may wish to give details in a sealed envelope with your name and ‘Special Requirements’ written on it. This envelope will only be opened if you are shortlisted for interview so that we can consider your needs both then and during the course of your employment.

We also have a positive attitude to ex-offenders. If you have convictions these must be disclosed, and we suggest that you include details in a sealed envelope with your name and ‘Disclosure’ written on it. This envelope will only be opened if you are shortlisted for interview and will only be taken into account if they might affect your suitability to work with vulnerable adults and / or children.

I look forward to receiving your application.