Jobs & Volunteering

We have regular volunteering opportunities within GIPSIL, including:

  • Supporting groups and activities for young people
  • Peer Support and Befriending
  • Reception and Administration
  • Property and garden maintenance

We also host Student Social Work Placements and volunteer Counselling diploma graduates and students. Students need to be in their second year of the diploma and have a minimum of 50 hours counselling client work under clinical supervision. To find out more, please contact us, saying what role you would be interested in.

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Crisis Intervention Worker

End Date: 10th February 2020 at 12:00pm noon

Post: Crisis Intervention Worker
Team:
Help Through Crisis
Contract: Fixed Term until 31 March 2021
Hours: 
Full time (37hrs per week)

Starting Salary: £21,589 per annum

Benefits: 29 days’ annual leave per annum (plus Bank Holidays), employee health plan, flexi-time, cycle to work scheme, tech scheme and company pension scheme

Location: Leeds

GIPSIL is a community based organisation providing housing, counselling, advice and support to young people at risk in Leeds.

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This is an exciting opportunity for the successful applicant to join the Help Through Crisis Team providing advocacy, advice (including benefits) and support to young people aged 16-25 who present in hardship crisis at Archway, working on an outreach basis to access and work with the young people.

You will have a good understanding of issues facing young people and be able to provide information and liaise with parents and carers and other agencies where appropriate.

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The main responsibilities of the post are: –

If you are interested in this role, please visit www.gipsil.org.uk/jobs, email hr@gipsil.org.uk, or call our HR team on 0113 2000 857 to request a full application pack.

 

For further information about the above role, please contact Liz Minett (Housing Services Manager) on 0113 391 8002


Please note that GIPSIL do not accept CV’s.
No agencies.

 

 

GIPSIL is committed to all aspects of safeguarding. We believe that all children and adults, who are at risk of harm, have the right to be protected from abuse. GIPSIL aims to ensure that all staff and voluntary workers who seek work at GIPSIL and who have access to children and adults are safe to do so.

Purchase Ledger Clerk

End Date: 31st January 2020 at 12:00pm noon

Post: Purchase Ledger Clerk
Team: Finance Team
Contract: Permanent
Full/Part Time: Full time
Hours: 37 hours per week
Salary Scale / Point: GIPSIL Scale 3, Point 5
Starting Salary: £18,795 per annum
Location: Leeds
Benefits: 29 days’ annual leave per annum (plus Bank Holidays), employee health plan and company pension scheme, flexible working, Cycle to work scheme and Tech Scheme

GIPSIL is a Leeds based voluntary organisation working with local communities and supporting young people to reach independence.

Based in the GIPSIL Head Office within the newly refurbished community hub at the Old Fire Station on the outskirts of Gipton. You will work alongside a small team of financial professionals and be responsible for supporting the Finance Manager in ensuring the finance team continues to deliver an efficient, effective, timely and accurate service for the organisation. This is a fantastic opportunity to use your skills and work ethic, working for an organisation with a strong social purpose and repetition within Leeds.

The main responsibilities of the post include: –

 

If you would like an application pack, please email hr@gipsil.org.uk or call our HR team on 0113 2000857.

Please note that GIPSIL will not accept CV’s. No agencies.

Deadline for applications:                 Friday 31st January 2020 at 12pm (Noon)

Shortlisting Date:                               Monday 3rd February 2020   

Interview Date:                                   Thursday 6th February 2020

GIPSIL is committed to all aspects of safeguarding. We believe that all children and adults, who are at risk of harm, have the right to be protected from abuse. GIPSIL aims to ensure that all staff and voluntary workers who seek work at GIPSIL and who have access to children and adults are safe to do so.

Employment & Engagement Worker

End Date: 27th January 2020 at 12:00pm noon

Post:                            Employment & Engagement Worker, Engage Leeds: West

Team:                          Engage Leeds: Advice; Employment & Engagement Team
Contract:                    Permanent
Hours:                        
Full-Time (37hrs per week)

Salary Scale / Point:   Scale 5 Point 12

Starting Salary:          £21,589 per annum

Benefits:                       29 days annual leave per annum (plus Bank Holidays), employee health plan and company pension scheme, cycle to work scheme, tech scheme.

Location:                     Co-located with partner organisation BARCA, Wyther Lane, Kirkstall, Leeds, LS5 3BT

GIPSIL is a community based organisation providing housing, counselling, advice and support to young and vulnerable people at risk in Leeds.

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This is an exciting opportunity for the successful applicant to join the team and contribute to the innovative and successful work being achieved by the Engage Leeds Employment and Engagement team across the city and to provide consultancy in this area to housing support colleagues.

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The main responsibilities of the post include:-

 

 

If you are interested in this role, please email hr@gipsil.org.uk or call our HR team on 0113 2000857 to request a link to the full application pack.


Please note that GIPSIL will not accept CV’s. No agencies.

 

 

GIPSIL is committed to all aspects of safeguarding. We believe that all children and adults, who are at risk of harm, have the right to be protected from abuse. GIPSIL aims to ensure that all staff and voluntary workers who seek work at GIPSIL and who have access to children and adults are safe to do so.