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Children and Families Social Work Services (No One Left Behind 25+ Scheme)

Contract Type: Fixed Term                Duration: 6 months

Insert Job Location: Depending on the preferred candidate

Insert Salary Range: £9.78 per hour

Insert Hours per week: 30hrs per week

Insert Weeks per year: 26

Closing date:  26th June 2022

 

Early and Intervention Family Support Work - we provide early support to help families at the earliest opportunities in building community support that enable lasting change and prevent children entering statutory social work together with helping families intensively in providing the best care to their children that they can, this may be to help prevent children needing to be cared for by people other than their parents or carers or to be able to return home to their family safely from a placement within kinship or foster carers.   The work is carried out across Dumfries and Galloway.

This placement will give the opportunity to work in partnership with children and their families, social work colleagues, and other organisations to provide a range of supports including practical assistance, advocacy, guidance and advice and work towards an SVQ level 3 qualification.

PVG will be required for these placements.

All relevant training on working with children and families will be provided throughout the placement from our staff within the Family Support Team and the wider Children and Families Social Work Services Team.

Personality factors – flexible, patient, organised and motivated.

With the appropriate funding support to gain qualification at SVQ level 3 standard, there will be the potential of a sustainable job at the end of the placement – this will be dependent on budget plan.

Working with children and families; work with families in a range of circumstances; team working; communication and engagement skills; performance monitoring. 

For further information please contact:

Sarah McGarva, sarah.mcgarva@dumgal.gov.uk  

Avril Dickie, avril.dickie@dumgal.gov.uk

To complete an application form for this role please click on the following link DGA08054 – https://uk01-shorturl.lumessetalentlink.com/g02b

 

Roads Operative (No One Left Behind 25+ Scheme)

Contract Type: Fixed Term            Duration: 6 months

Insert Job Location: Stranraer, Newton Stewart, Castle Douglas, Dumfries, Lockerbie

Insert Salary Range: Scottish Living Wage (currently £9.78 per hour)

Insert Hours per week: 30hrs per week

Insert Weeks per year: 26

Closing date:  26th June 2022

 

About this Post

You will: With work on rural and urban roads (not including motorways) to repair damaged surfaces, using hand and power tools and pedestrian plant machinery. Carry out the repairs using hand or power tools, and this could include repairs to potholes, replacement and reinstatement of pavements and kerbs, installing street ironworks and laying new surfaces, to ensure roads and pathways are suitable for driving of vehicles or pedestrians to walk safely on.  Undertake reactive and planned rural and urban roads maintenance and repair. You will work outside in all weathers and may be required to work at all times of the day and night at various locations including for Winter Maintenance and Flood Prevention.  Undertake Streetscene work in parks and open spaces using an array of hand operated machinery, and on occasions work with the Waste Services team in support of collection activities.

Duties will include:

Apply appropriate health, safety and environment procedures when working on the road.

Plan and undertake work practice productively when carrying out repairs to potholes, pavements, and kerbs, and laying new surfaces on rural and urban roads.

Read, interpret, and work to drawings, specifications details on the use of safety barriers, cones, traffic flow and safety zones to work within, whilst employed on the highway.

Use underground cable locators to identify buried water, gas, sewer lines or other utility services, and once identified excavate by hand.

Apply safe working practices for moving, storing, lifting, and handling of resources.

Excavation and reinstatement of the highway by carrying out maintenance and repairs, including removal of material within the road or roadside using hand or power tools and reinstatement of the area using concrete, screeds, sub-base, aggregates, or bituminous materials.

Install Street Ironworks (drain access covers and frames and gully gates situated on the road) to given work instructions.

Prepare and operate powered tools or pedestrian plant, machinery, or equipment for use on roads. This will include machinery for generator’s, pumps, pedestrian operated plant (e.g., pushed roller), mixers, compressors, and self–powered tools (pneumatic drill)

Operate grounds maintenance equipment, strimmer’s, chain saws, hedge cutting equipment and lawn mowers.

Understand waste and recycling and waste collection duties and operate safely with waste collection appliances.

You will:

Work under the direction of the Roads Supervisor/Manager, or other appointed person.

Undertake staff development as required or requested.

Work in a team environment.

To demonstrate a whole-hearted commitment to the organisational values and cultures including openness, honesty, transparency, trust and the empowerment and support of staff and colleagues.

At all times act in accordance with relevant legislation and Dumfries and Galloway Council policies and procedures

Experience / qualifications

Independent working: take responsibility for completion of their own work.

Logical thinking: use clear and valid reasoning when making decisions to undertake the work instructions.

Working effectively: undertake the work in a reliable and productive manner.

Working as part of a team.

Educated to Standard Grade qualification at General level/National 3 (or equivalent) in four or more subjects including English and Maths

 

 Personality

Committed to personal development

Enthusiastic

Team player

Flexible and adaptable: be able to adjust to changes in work instructions.

Proactive

Commitment to safe working

Skills and abilities

Ability to communicate effectively (verbally and written)

Ability to use online apps such as email, or a Smartphone

Ability to use IT functions such as Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel

Ability to effectively manage your time to ensure you are able to complete the work instructions to schedule.

Problem solving skills

Respect: apply equality, diversity and inclusion when dealing with others

 

Other requirement

Working on rural and urban roads maintenance and repair can be dangerous so you need to have:

Common sense

A high level of safety awareness A Disciplined and responsible approach whilst working with others. 

Successful applicants will get the chance to work alongside professional staff and your experience will include the opportunity to:

Access high quality training opportunities (where appropriate)

Work experience

Gain qualifications

Knowledge and Skills Development

1:1 support

A current driving licence is desirable, but not essential for this placement*

This post is subject to a pre-employment Health Check, which includes a drug and alcohol test and candidate vetting through Disclosure Scotland. 

For further information please contact:

Stuart Caven stuart.caven@dumgal.gov.uk   030 33 33 3000  

To complete an application form for this role please click on the following link DGA 08053 Roads Operative https://uk01-shorturl.lumessetalentlink.com/g01u

Data Administrator- job post

Buccleuch

Thornhill DG3

£19,500 - £22,500 a year - Full-time

Job Description

Buccleuch is a diverse and innovative business with a passion for sustainable land use in rural Britain. Our rural estates property team incorporates the building services, GIS, architect, estate database development and fencing teams, and has a wide range of responsibilities including managing Estate residential properties and farm tenancies, as well as other commercial activities.

Based at our office on the stunning Queensberry Estate near Thornhill, the successful candidate will be professional and friendly, with a ‘can-do’ approach to work.

· Do you have an excellent eye for detail and high standards of work?

· Are you proficient in the use of MS Office, particularly Excel?

· Can you demonstrate strong organisational and problem-solving skills?

Interested? Candidates should have a Maths National 4/5 qualification (or equivalent). Previous administration or database management experience would be ideal, however, full training will be given.

The closing date for applications is 22 June.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £19,500.00-£22,500.00 per year

 

Day shift

Application deadline: 22/06/2022

Data Administrator - Thornhill DG3 - Indeed.com

 

Customer Team Member- job post

Coop

Part-time, Permanent

Job Description

Location: Cotton St, Castle Douglas, DG7 1AN

Pay: £9.90 per hour + great benefits

Contract: 16 hours per week + regular overtime, permanent, part time

Working pattern: 5 varied shifts over 7 days including early mornings (store opening), afternoons, late evenings (store closing) and weekends, to be discussed at interview.

Full training given

This job would suit people who have

genuine care for the needs of customers and colleagues

good communication skills, with the ability to build positive relationships with everyone

strong problem solving skills

the flexibility to work a range of shifts

Why Co-op?

We’ll help you learn new skills, and give you the opportunity to support your local community. You’ll also get package that includes:

pay rates aligned to the Real Living Wage

Wagestream – a money management app that gives you access to a percentage of your pay as you earn it

premium rates for hours worked before 6am or after 10pm

flexible shifts/working hours and regular overtime opportunities (we provide rotas to your mobile phone 3 weeks in advance)

Holidays starting from 31 days per year (includes bank holidays) pro rata for part time

20% off Co-op branded products in our food stores all year-round

10% off other brands all year-round (doubles to 20% on the Friday and Saturday after payday)

discounts on other Co-op products and services

pension with up to 10% employer contributions

cycle to work scheme

services to support your physical, mental and financial wellbeing

Customer Team Member - Castle Douglas DG7 - Indeed.com

 

Warehouse Operative- job post

ETB Technologies

Dalbeattie DG5

£20,592 a year - Full-time, Permanent

Full Job Description

As a warehouse operative, you will play an integral role in the operation of our business, helping to ensure that our customer orders are accurately picked and packed ready for shipping.

Working alongside a team of experienced warehouse operatives, you will perform various duties and tasks that will include manual handling as you manoeuvre stock around and inspect inventory for damage and faults. You will be communicating errors to relevant parties, maintaining stock accuracy and storing our products in accordance with our guidelines.

You will add value to our collective goals and outcomes at ETB Technologies, where we put the customers at the heart of everything that we do.

Your skills & qualities

Essential:

· You have a high level of detail and accuracy.

· You are IT literate and confident across most MS packages.

· Work well as part of a team and can use your own initiative when needed.

· Can positively represent ETB Technologies and are committed to delivering outstanding levels of work.

· Excellent communication skills.

· Have proficient keyboard skills and ability to input data for long periods of time.

· Problem-solving attitude.

· Can manage multiple tasks, being highly organised.

· Can demonstrate our values in your day-to-day work.

· Can work under pressure, prioritising your work and dealing with reactive issues in timely manner.

Desirable:

· Have experience of a similar role in your current or previous job or can demonstrate these skills, personal qualities and experience that equip you to take on the role.

. Full UK Driving Licence

We operate within office hours, you will be expected to work 40 hours per week on the basis of 08.30-17.00.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £20,592.00 per year

Schedule:

8 hour shift

Ability to commute/relocate:

Dalbeattie, DG5 4NA: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)

Experience:

Warehouse Pickers & Packers: 1 year (preferred)

Application deadline: 28/06/2022

Warehouse Operative - Dalbeattie DG5 - Indeed.com

Trainee Childcare Assistant

Outcomes First Group

Locharbriggs

Full-time, Permanent

Role: Trainee Childcare Assistant

 

Salary: £21,801.00 - £24,336.00 per annum (£10.75 - £12.00 per hour) Full-time, Permanent

Hours: 39 hours per week

Location: Holistic Childcare and Education, Closeburn/Lochmaben, Dumfriesshire

Essential: A full driving licence and the Right to Work in the UK

 

Everyone deserves an incredible future - become a Trainee Childcare Assistant with Options Autism to start working towards yours!

Holistic Childcare and Education consists of two homes, Closeburn House and Maben House.

Closeburn House is an eleven bed registered Children’s home, supporting Children and Young People from the ages of 10 – 16 years. Maben House is a ten bed registered Children’s home, supporting Children and Young People from the ages of 6 – 16 years.

 

Both homes are dedicated to build incredible futures by giving the Children and Young People opportunities, developing their life skills and personal interests.

Our homes are based in Closeburn and Lochmaben in Dumfriesshire and are within commuting distance of Dumfries and Lockerbie towns.

 

The opportunity

This is a role with an exciting career and development plan, structured to ensure our staff are trained, supported, and continually developed. We want to give you the best possible toolkit, to deliver outstanding care and support to our Children and Young People and help them achieve incredible outcomes.

There will be a thorough induction, fully expensed training courses, the opportunity to be enrolled on an accredited course and pairing with a buddy, which together will help you expand your knowledge, get qualifications, and prepare to become a Qualified Autism Practitioner. It is an incredible opportunity to launch your career and see it flourish.

 

The Role

Options Autism work directly with autistic Children who exhibit a wide range of abilities and you will be patient and compassionate and, most of all, dependable – working hard to forge a much-needed relationship of trust with those in your care.

This will involve creatively learning about the young person’s interests as well as their dislikes and their triggers, using that connection as a launchpad for a rewarding relationship. A passion for this kind of relationship-building is essential.

You will be responsible for the wellbeing of the Children or Young People in your care. This will include chaperoning the Children to appointments and activities, completing relevant paperwork, undertaking household tasks, and where appropriate administering medication.

Working as part of an incredible team of committed care workers, you will co-operate and share knowledge and learning to the benefit of great care. Excellent communication skills are essential, both in terms of teamwork and – most importantly – as you will be in close contact with the Children you care for.

Kindness is key. In this role, a warm smile can make a massive difference.

 

Who are we looking for?

You don’t need any experience to join our team. If you come from hospitality, the army, outdoor activity centres or an office-based job but are eager to help vulnerable Children and Young People to live happy, fulfilling lives, this is the role for you.

We know that the Children and Young People in our care can be challenging, and we are looking for Practitioners who are up for that challenge. You will be patient and resilient, and able to recognise the reward in transforming a Young Person’s life. You will take care of everyday needs, using a calm, reliable approach that builds trust and confidence.

 

You will be friendly, approachable and kind in your dealings with the Children and Young People. You will be committed to giving them the space and opportunity to thrive, playing your part in creating a nurturing environment in which they can fulfil their potential.

 

You will play a key role in the smooth-running of the site, and you will have a good grasp of safety and hygiene, and a conscientious dedication to the Young People’s wellbeing. This is a role in which attention to detail really counts – and one that touches the real lives of people every day.

 

Why join Options Autism?

 

We are a values-driven organisation that puts people first

We provide continuous professional development to take your career further

Funded accredited courses to develop your career

Discounted Gym membership and shopping vouchers

We build our bonds through a great social events calendar

Our Your Wellbeing Matters initiative provides total support

Our Employees Rewards Hub offers great rewards such as discount vouchers

Holidays are equivalent to 5.6 weeks per annum

£21,801.00 - £24,336.00 per annum (£10.75 - £12.00 per hour)

Additional Pay of approximately £2,160.00 per annum based on 4 sleep ins per month at a rate of £45 per sleep in

Further earning potential through sleep ins and overtime

We are committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Children, Young People and adults. All successful applicants are subject to membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme in respect of regulated work with children, prior to the commencement of employment

 

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

 

Salary: £21,801.00-£24,336.00 per year

 

Schedule: Day shift

Licence/Certification: Driving Licence (required)

Trainee Childcare Assistant - Locharbriggs - Indeed.com

Marchbank Bakers

Saturday Assistant- job post

Thornhill DG3

 

Full Job Description

Our bustling Thornhill branch requires a Saturday person who is willing to work every Saturday. This would be a great position for someone who is at school / college / university or simply someone who is looking for a small role. Our store has recently been refurbished therefore a fantastic place to work, very efficiently set up and a comfortable working environment for staff (air conditioning is one of the perks!) There would also be scope for extra hours during school holidays.

Applicants MUST be 16 or over due to Health and Safety guidelines. Saturday shifts will possibly include 6.30am starts. Please do not apply if this does not suit you. We have a wonderful, dedicated team at Thornhill and they will welcome you with supportive arms. This position is a great opportunity for building confidence due to working with the public and the fast pace of the store.

Job Type: Permanent

Salary: Up to £9.50 per hour

Benefits: Discounted or free food

Schedule: 8 hour shift

Saturday Assistant - Thornhill DG3 - Indeed.com

 

 

 

Food Operative

You'll be working a production line producing frozen ready meals, undertaking the different tasks this involves. Physical fitness and the ability to stand for a long period of time are essential.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £9.75 per hour

 

Full Job Description

Who Are We?

You may not have heard of Foodpro (Locharbriggs) but you've probably tasted what we produce as we manufacture and supply frozen ready meals to leading retailers across the nation. We are one of the food companies that together form Browns Food Group and our team is full of talented and ambitious people working together to help the business continue to grow.

 

What is a typical day like?

Working from 06:30 to 15:30 (2 x 30 minute unpaid breaks) at our site in Locharbriggs every Monday to Friday you'll be helping to produce frozen ready meals for some of the country's leading retailers.

 

What Key Ingredients Are We Looking For?

You'll be reliable, punctual and willing to learn new skills. You must be able to work as part of a team and follow instructions to ensure standards are maintained on the factory floor.

 

Schedule: 8 hour shift

Day shift: Monday to Friday

Food Production Operative - Dumfries DG1 - Indeed.com

 

Part-Time Cleaner

Criffel Cleaning

 

Full Job Description

Cleaner required for 10 hours per week

We have a vacancy based on Rae Street, Dumfries (Town Centre)

This job entails, office, toilets and kitchen cleaning.

 

Monday - Friday working days

2 hours per day

6.30am - 8.30am or 5pm - 7pm which ever suits the applicant

£9.90 pay rate per hour (Real Living Wage)

£128.70 per week

 

Please contact us via Telephone to arrange an interview; 01387 269045

Office hours 8.30AM - 16.30PM

 

(Please note all staff are expected to make their own travel arrangement's to place of work)

 

REFERENCES REQUIRED FOR ALL APPLICATIONS

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £9.90 per hour

Schedule:

 

Monday to Friday

Experience: cleaning: 1 year (preferred)

Licence/Certification: Driving Licence (preferred)  

 

Part-Time Cleaner

Criffel Cleaning

 

Full Job Description

We have a vacancy based on Annan Road, Dumfries

This job entails, office, toilets and kitchen cleaning at new porta cabins

 

Monday, Wednesday & Friday working days

1.5 hours per day

Flexible working hours

£10.13 pay rate per hour

£45.58 per week and or this can be combined with another job. 

We also offer unlimited overtime

Please contact us via Telephone to arrange an interview; 01387 269045

Office hours 8.30AM - 16.30PM

 

(Please note all staff are expected to make their own travel arrangement's to place of work)

 

REFERENCES REQUIRED FOR ALL APPLICATIONS

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: £10.13 per hour

Schedule: Monday to Friday

Experience: cleaning: 1 year (preferred)

Licence/Certification: Driving Licence (required)

Sawmill Operative 

Forest Sawmills

No experience is required as full training and induction are provided.

This role will become permanent after 12 weeks of service based upon attendance, attitude, and application while at work all being at a good level.

Sawmill Operative Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Manual handling of timber
  • Operating state of the art sawmill machinery
  • Working towards set production targets.
  • Upholding the appropriate Health & Safety practices

A Sawmill Operatives work is physically demanding and requires manual handling tasks to be performed for the full shift so you must be willing to do this.

Shift pattern:

  • Monday to Friday
  • Day Shift 6am - 2.30pm
  • Back Shift 4pm - 12.30am
  • Overtime available on weekends if wanted.

Contact - Jamie Barbour <Jamie.Barbour@stafforce.co.uk>

JOINERS LABOUR x 2 

Dumfries Drywall Solutions Ltd is looking to recruit 2 x labourers to join our company.  Most of our work focuses on new builds within a construction site setting. 

Job Type:  Full-time (39 hours per week) Permanent. We offer a competitive salary and full benefits after 60 days employment.

Job Purpose: Working as part of a small team within a fast-paced environment.

The role: The job holder will be responsible for delivering the following outputs:

  • Loading wallboard into plots (houses)
  • Apply insulation to walls and ceilings
  • Assist joiner to secure wallboards to ceilings and walls

Skills and Abilities You must be able to demonstrate the following skills and abilities:

  • Great work ethic
  • Physically fit
  • Hard working
  • Willing to travel
  • Excellent communication skills 

Role requirements

  • Knowledge of Health and Safety
  • Preferably have clean driver’s licence

If interested, please e-mail your CV to dumfriesdrywall@btinternet.com

3 Modern Apprectice Youth Workers 

  • Post 1- Annandale & Eskdale: 36 hours per week

  • Post 2: Wigtownshire: 36 hours per week 

  • Post 3: Stewartry: 21 hours per week

  • Information can be found at: Home | myjobscotland

Multiple jobs in the schools sector

  • Recruit DG (dumgal.gov.uk)
  • From making meals at your local school, helping children cross the road to supporting vulnerable people and families who are in need, we have a wide variety of posts available where you can make a difference.

Numerous D&G Council Jobs

  • Dumfries and Galloway Council have many jobs being advertised currently.
  • They cover both Full and Part time employment, multiple fields and pay grades.
  • For more information click here.