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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Project Worker Core & Cluster (2 Positions)

End Date: 07th August 2019 at @12:00pm noon

Post:                              Project Worker – Core & Cluster (2 Positions)

Team:                            Core & Cluster

Contract:                      Permanent

Full/Part Time:             Full Time

Hours:                           Average 37 hours a week on a two week shift pattern (see attachment)

Salary Scale / Point:   GIPSIL Scale 5, Point 13

Starting Scale               £22,021 per annum

Location:                       Leeds (east)

Benefits:                         29 days’ annual leave per annum (+ Bank Holidays), employee health plan, cycle to work and company pension schemes

The post holder will adhere to a structured shift pattern, working independently in a group setting environment to support vulnerable young people who have care experience.

 GIPSIL is a community based organisation and lead provider of housing and support to vulnerable young people and young people leaving care in Leeds.

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This is an exciting opportunity for the successful applicant to join a brand new project to support young people over sixteen in a 24/7 hour setting to develop their skills to live independently.

This post is at the heart of our Intensive Support Team (IST) with opportunities to support young people 1-2-1, in small groups and develop the core & cluster with a small dedicated team.

If you are passionate about improving the lives of young people with care experience  in Leeds, possess outstanding relationship building skills and understand the importance of having a home this might be for you.

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As a Project Worker (Core & Cluster), some of the main responsibilities include: –

If you wish to receive an application pack, please visit https://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 Steve Cooke (Service Manager) steve.cooke@gipsil.org.uk or James Deakin (Team Leader) james.deakin@gipsil.org.uk

GIPSIL particularly welcomes applicants from BME communities.

Please note that GIPSIL does not accept CVs for this post
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.

If you have not heard from us by 20th August, unfortunately this means you have not been successful in reaching the interview stage this time. We thank you for your application.

 

Night Support Worker Core & Cluster (2 Positions)

End Date: 07th August 2019 at 12:00 noon

Post:                            Night Support Worker Core & Cluster (2 Positions)

Team:                          Core & Cluster

Contract:                    Permanent

Full/Part Time:           Part Time (average 20 hours per week)

Hours:                         40 hours with a requirement of 7 sleep in shifts on a 2-week rota   (see attached example rota    for more details)

Salary Scale / Point:   GIPSIL Scale 4, Point 8

Starting Salary:          £19,945 per annum (pro rota) with a sleep-in rate of £76.50 per sleep in

Location:                     Leeds (East)

Benefits:                       29 days’ annual leave per annum + Bank Holidays (pro-rata), employee health plan, cycle to work and company pension schemes

The post holder will adhere to a structured shift pattern, working independently in a group setting environment to support vulnerable young people who have care experience.

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This is an exciting opportunity for the successful applicant to join a brand new project to support young people over sixteen in a 24/7 hour setting to develop their skills to live independently.

This post is at the heart of our Intensive Support team with opportunities to support young people 1-2-1, in small groups and develop the core & cluster with a small dedicated team.

If you are passionate about improving the lives of young people with care experience  in Leeds, possess outstanding relationship building skills and understand the importance of having a home this might be for you.

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GIPSIL is a community based organisation and lead provider of housing and support to vulnerable young people and young people leaving care in Leeds.

As a Night Support Worker (Core & Cluster), some of the main responsibilities include: – 

If you wish to receive an application pack, please visit https://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 Steve Cooke (Service Manager) steve.cooke@gipsil.org.uk or James Deakin (Team Leader) james.deakin@gipsil.org.uk

GIPSIL particularly welcomes applicants from BME communities.

Please note that GIPSIL does not accept CVs for this post
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.

If you have not heard from us by 20th August, unfortunately this means you have not been successful in reaching the interview stage this time. We thank you for your application.

Wellbeing Worker (Springwell) – 22.5hrs per week, TTO +10 Days (One Year Fixed Term Contract)

End Date: 05th August 2019 at 12:00 noon

Post:                           Wellbeing Worker (Springwell)

Team:                          The Beck

Contract:                    One Year Fixed Term Contract

Full/Part Time:            Part Time (3 days a week Tues – Thurs)

Hours:                          22.5 hrs per week, Term Time Only + 10 days

Salary Scale / Point:   GIPSIL Scale 5 Point 12

Starting Salary:           £21,589 pro rota per annum (Actual Salary £11,286 per annum)

Location:                      Leeds

Benefits:                       Employee health plan, cycle to work and company pension schemes

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This is an exciting opportunity for the successful applicant to provide individual support to a caseload of young people aged 13-16 to improve emotional health, raise aspirations and work towards a positive progression post 16. You will plan and deliver individual support sessions for young people with SEMH needs across the Springwell sites. You will actively participate in multi-agency working to ensure the best outcomes for young people. You will carry out assessments, maintain case records and provide reports as required.

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As a Wellbeing Worker, some of the main responsibilities include: –

If you wish to receive an application pack, please visit https://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 Becky Jones (Wellbeing Manager) on 0113 391 8006 or becky.jones@gipsil.org.uk.

GIPSIL particularly welcomes applicants from BME communities.

Please note that GIPSIL does not accept CVs for this post
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.

If you have not heard from us by 15th August, unfortunately this means you have not been successful in reaching the interview stage this time. We thank you for your application.

Team Leader Flagship Hub (37 hours per week)

End Date: 28th July 2019 at @ 12:00pm Noon

Post:                                Flagship Team Leader

Team:                              Flagship Hub

Contract:                         Permanent

Full/Part Time:                Full Time

Hours:                               37hrs per week

Salary Scale / Point:       GIPSIL MG2 Point 26Starting

Salary:                               £29,636 per annum

Location:                           Leeds

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

The post holder will be expected to work across the city, working mobile in multiple locations, main office base will be East Leeds.

GIPSIL is a community based organisation and lead provider of housing and support to vulnerable young people and young people leaving care in Leeds.

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This is an exciting opportunity for the successful applicant to join the Flagship Partnership a highly respected and successful consortia delivering the housing pathway for young people aged 16-24 in Leeds.

This post is at the heart of the coordinating team with both operational and strategic responsibilities.

If you are passionate about improving the lives of young people in Leeds, possess outstanding relationship building skills and understand the importance of having a home this might be for you.

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As the Team Leader, some of the main responsibilities include: –

• Working with delivery partners, and responsible for liaison with key external stakeholders across the city of Leeds. Collaborating with these parties to manage need and risk of young people and the local community.

• Overall responsibility for coordinating the referral gateway; management of the first contact team, waiting list management, negotiation of accommodation placements and problem solving across the partnership.

• To work alongside young people to enable their voice & influence is heard through social media, face-to-face/group work and representation at strategic forums.

• Ensuring young people have fair access and opportunity to achieve independence by identifying trends / imbalances, meet key performance indicators are met and implement quality assurance measures.

• Participation in out-of-hours management advice duties on a rota basis.

 

If you wish to receive an application pack, please visit https://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 Vicky Mansell (Operations Manager) on 0113 380 7628 or vicky.mansell@gipsil.org.uk.

Checkout the website for further details about Flagship: www.flagshipleeds.org.uk

GIPSIL particularly welcomes applicants from BME communities.

Please note that GIPSIL does not accept CVs for this post.

No agencies.

• Deadline for applications: 28th July 2019
• Shortlisting Date: 30th July 2019
• Interview Date: 6th August 2019

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.

If you have not heard from us by 6th August, unfortunately this means you have not been successful in reaching the interview stage this time. We thank you for your application.