Project Support Officer - 30 Hours
We are looking for a Project Support Officer to work as part of the ‘Working Together’ project helping people who live in the South Darlaston ward to secure employment and/or training opportunities.
You will play a key part in meeting people in Darlaston, promoting the project and completing engagement paperwork as well as establishing and developing relationships with local community driven organisations, employers and local job centres.
This is a varied role with 70% of your time providing an outreach service in the area and 30% office based providing administration support, assisting with planning and managing events and administration support.
We are looking for someone who is passionate about working with people and making a difference with a good understanding of the South Darlaston area and current challenges. You will be a natural networker with the ability to forge and develop new relationships with local people, businesses and local organisations as well as previous administration experience and a good working knowledge of Microsoft packages in particular Excel.
Working a 30 hour week Monday to Friday with some occasional evening and weekends required. This is a fixed term contract until October 2018
Closing Date - Friday 1st December 2017
Interviews - From Monday 11th December 2017
Essential Skills Tutor (Full Time)
An opportunity has arisen for an Essential Skills Tutor to join our team on a fixed term basis to July 2018. You will be working with participants from a variety of projects as well as other academic students including young people, adults and hard to reach learners teaching English, Maths and ICT up to Level 2. You will ideally hold a level 5 teaching qualification and a level 4 subject specialism. The post requires an enhanced DBS.
Closing Date - Friday 17th November 2017
Interviews - From Monday 27th November 2017
We are looking to recruit a Full time construction tutor (carpentry bias) to deliver at Entry 3, Levels 1 and 2. We have a wide range of students including Adult, 14-18 year olds and supported learners. You will hold a least a level 3 subject qualification or have significant experience within this area and a minimum of a level 4 teaching qualification. Please complete and return your application form for consideration.
The Closing date for applicants is 24th November 2017
Interviews held on Week commencing 4th December 2017
W.A.C.C Working Together Project are pleased to announce we working with an established online retailer specialising in active leisure goods. Due to business demands, the company are looking to recruit several Warehouse Operatives to join their existing team.
The W.A.C.C Working Together Project is aimed at helping people living in South Darlaston into employment through employment support and access to training. This service is available to anyone living in the South Darlaston area who is 6 months unemployed and living in social or private rental.
The Warehouse Operative roles are permanent, full time positions working a shift pattern of 5 days out of 7 from 6:00 - 14:00 and 14:00 - 22:00 and rotate each week. All applicants must be flexible to work any 5 days out of 7 including weekends and bank holidays with the expectation operating hours will extend to midnight.
You will be responsible for all warehouse activities including processing, goods in, returns and stock control. To be successful, you will need to have a flexible approach towards working hours, excellent accuracy skills with the ability to work to timescales and targets. Previous warehouse experience would be desirable but not essential as full training will be given.
For more information and to apply, please contact the Working Together team on either number below.
Natalie - 07825 912559
Debbie - 07825 912500
Sessional Trainer Assessors/Verifiers
We are looking to increase our pool of Trainer Assessor/Verifiers across the College, these positions are based upon demand and there is no guarantee of hours. We are looking to increase our capacity across our curriculum, please take a look at our website for the wide range of courses we deliver. You will hold an Assessor or Verifier qualification and a Level 4 Teaching/Training qualification (or willing to work towards). You will have a significant industry experience and will be working with a diverse range of learners including hard to reach learners. Please complete and return your application for consideration. Interviews will be held periodically throughout the year.
We are looking to increase our pool of tutors across the College. These positions are based on demand within the local community and there is no guarantee of hours. We are looking to increase our capacity in areas such as Health & Social Care, Security and Supported Learning (a variety of subjects), to name but a few. Please take a look at our website for the wide range of courses we deliver. You will hold at least a Level 3 subject qualification with significant experience within your area of expertise and a Level 4 teaching qualification or be willing to work towards. Please complete and return your application form for consideration. Interviews will be held periodically throughout the year.
Sessional Support Workers
To provide on programme learning support within a college environment to a variety of learners including hard to reach learners and those with learning difficulties and disabilities. You will ideally hold or be willing to work towards a Level 2 in Learning Support or equivalent, and hold a minimum Level 2 or equivalent in Literacy and Numeracy. You will have some experience of working in a support environment and of working with hard to reach learners and supported learners. These roles will require a DBS. Please complete and return your application form for consideration. Interviews will be held periodically throughout the year.
Please return your completed application forms by the advertised closing date to Rachel King at email@example.com, or by post to Rachel King, HR Assistant, W.A.C.C, Hawbush Centre, Beeches Road, Walsall, West Midlands, WS3 1AG.
W.A.C.C is passionate about promoting equality of opportunity and creating a learning and working environment where diversity is recognised and celebrated; an environment where everyone has a chance to reach their full potential. We have a diverse student body and particularly welcome applications from candidates from all walks of life and backgrounds. As users of the disability confidence scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancies.