Bank Easy Health Assistants
Rate: £ 11.05/hour
Hours: Part-time / casual
Location: South West London / Generate Office
We are looking for new staff to join our contributors to our Easy Health Project. Our Easy Health Project is a project that creates accessible information for people with disabilities and people who work in health care (doctors, nurses etc).
This role will require you to read information sent from external organisations and be able to translate this into an Easy Read format for people with learning disabilities to understand and use. You will also be required to produce and deliver trainings to external organisations on accessibility, producing easy read documents, and learning disability awareness. These will be produced and delivered alongside a co-producer/trainer with lived experience of learning disability and / or autism. This role also requires you to provide admin assistance at small but regular intervals on other projects, including social media posting to advertise Generate and Easy Health Services, as well as making new connections with potential clients
This role is on a casual basis as needed by the service. Successful candidates will be able to choose which hours they work.
It is not a requirement for a candidate to be able to do all roles consistently – if you have strengths or interests in a particular area of work, you can work on projects according to your preferences.
The successful candidate will be able to:
- Read and understand text-heavy documents
- Demonstrate excellent knowledge of learning disabilities and autism
- use Microsoft Office software and common search engines
- compile and deliver training for a range of audiences
- Speak clearly and professionally to a range of audiences
- Have knowledge of social media and scheduling apps such as Buffer
- Willing to undergo any training required
- Work as part of a diverse team including people with learning disabilities and / or autism
Please first read the job description and complete the person specification either by filling in the form or by recording yourself answering the questions.
Please note you must address each of the selection criteria for your application to be considered.
Please email completed applications to [email protected]
Closing date: 7th April 2023 at 5.00pm.
Community Connections Project Manager
Project: Community Connections – Outreach Support & Group Activities
Reports to: Chief Operating Officer (Interim)
Hours: 25-36 hours per week, Monday – Friday.
Salary: £28,880, based on 36 hours per week. (Salary will be prorated)
Location: Office based, 73 Summerstown SW17 0BQ, may be required to travel within the community.
About the charity
Generate is a South West London based charity who have been creating opportunities and offering support to people with learning disabilities and autism since 1972. We work together with people with a learning disability, autism and other disabilities to build better lives and connect to communities as equal citizens. Building on people’s strengths, we empower them to have a voice, make choices and enforce their rights and make a positive difference to their lives through learning, work and leisure.
About the role
Generate is now looking to recruit a Project Manager to lead their Community Connections outreach team and Group Health & Wellbeing activities.
Reporting to the Head of Operations you will lead the team to ensure that high-quality, person-centred services are delivered to people with a respectful and encouraging approach, whilst adhering to company, national and funder requirements and standards. You will have a focus on delivery and outcomes and will be responsible for the overall management and supervision of the team and service as well as managing the project budget with support from Generate’s accountants.
To be successful, you will be a resourceful leader who is passionate about supporting the lives of people with learning disabilities and autism. You’ll have experience of advocating for and supporting individuals in a community setting, combined with demonstrable experience of supportively managing a team of frontline staff.
You will also possess the ability to build and maintain effective relationships with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure people are well connected and supported in their community.
This is a rewarding opportunity to join a fun and dynamic organisation that enables and inspires people to discover their passions and connect with their community.
If you are interested in this position please read the job description below and submit your CV in the first instance to [email protected]
Closing date: 10th April 2023 at 5.00pm.
Youth Buddy Worker
Job title: Youth Buddy Worker
Reports to: Youth Project Manager
Salary: £11.60 per hour
Hours: 4 to 6 hours either weekly or bi-weekly usually (but not always) evenings and weekends.
Location: Wandsworth and surrounding areas.
Introduction to Generate
Generate has been creating opportunities and offering support to people with a learning disability since 1972. We are committed to improving the lives of people with a learning disability by supporting and encouraging them in a creative way to access opportunities in their communities, take their place as citizens and reduce their reliance on services.
Main purpose of job
The Buddy Youth Worker will provide directed advice, befriending and practical support to identified young people (11-17) who need support with independent living skills and personal development. The principal aim will be to help the young person make progress towards an appropriate opportunity. The role involves unsupervised 1:1 working within the community with young people.
All applicants are required to complete an enhanced DBS check and provide two references.
Please read the job description below and if you would like to apply please send your CV to [email protected].
Access to Work Employment Support Worker
Job title: Employment Support Worker/Job coach
Line Manager: Access to Work Project Manager
Salary: £23,250 per annum (Full-time Equivalent)
Generate is in search of employment support workers and job coaches to join our Access to Work team. You would be working alongside our clients providing support in their day to day duties at work.
A successful applicant would have previous experience in an admin and/or supporting someone with a disability.
The nature of the role and specific requirements of the role may change depending on the needs of the client.
To learn more about the role, please have a look at the Job Description.
Please note you must address each selection criteria in order for your application to be considered.
Once complete please email these to [email protected]
Please read the job description and download and complete the Person Specification and Monitoring form
Community Connections Support Worker
Rate: £ 11.05/hour
Hours: Full-time and part-time
Location: South West London
We are looking for full and part-time Support Workers with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude to support people with learning disabilities to achieve their life goals such as employment, education and housing, to connect to and engage with their community and to maintain good health and wellbeing.
The successful candidate will be:
- Supportive of relationships
You will be required to work flexibly and will be expected to be available evenings, weekends and public holidays.
Interviews days TBC
All applicants are required to complete an enhanced DBS check and provide 2 references.
Please read the job description and download and complete the Person Specification and Monitoring form.
Please note you must address each selection criteria in order for your application to be considered. Once complete please email these to [email protected]
Click here to download the Person Specification form
Click here to download the Generate Equalities and Diversity Monitoring Form
South West London
Generate is seeking Trustees to join our Board of Trustees. We would like someone who shares our commitment to improving the lives of people with learning disabilities. Building on people’s strengths, we empower people to have a voice, make choices, enforce their rights and make a positive difference to their lives through learning, work and leisure. Our vision is that people with disabilities should live as valued members of society, entitled to equal rights and choice and be enabled to live their lives with dignity and respect.
Joining our board in Generate’s 50th year, you will be someone with the energy and drive to help us move forward and ensure that the organisation and our members and team, continues to thrive in the years to come.
If you would like to arrange an informal chat with our Chief Operating Officer to learn more about the organisation please email [email protected]
Generate is committed to achieving greater diversity in its board and welcomes applications regardless of sex, gender, race, age, sexuality, belief or disability.
To learn more about this unique opportunity, and to find out how to apply, please see job description and trustee pack below: