BE A #CAREHERO!
Supporting our most vulnerable residents
Are you willing to train at pace and take up paid employment in adult social care?
As part of our response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we are looking for people who would like to work with us to support our most vulnerable residents during this difficult time.
Maintaining essential front line services
We need to train and employ a group of people to support local care providers in maintaining essential front line community services within the adult social care sector.
More information will be released shortly but we need you urgently.
Please get in touch as soon as possible. Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us:
- your full name
- email address
- a contact phone number
- the type of work you are interested in
- where you saw the opportunity advertised
- details of any previous experience or training you have that may be useful.
PLEASE TITLE YOUR EMAIL: ADULT SOCIAL CARE
We will then contact you to conduct a short telephone interview
Helping vulnerable migrants, people seeking asylum and those with refugee status...
Liverpool in Work has secured a contract with Our Liverpool to deliver information advice and guidance to recently granted refugees (recently granted can be as much as 3 or 4 years).
This project has two dedicated guidance officers who will work with refugees to assist them with finding work, training or voluntary work.
All participants are registered with LIW and an action plan is developed identifying key actions that need to be undertaken in order to work towards the main goal which could be anything from improving their English language by joining an ESOL course or identifying appropriate training providers or employers who can offer opportunities to our participants. The two guidance officers are based at Wavertree One Stop shop on Picton Road but also do outreach throughout the city in order to be more accessible.
We can create or update C.Vs, assist with completing job application forms, use NARIC to transfer qualifications and can source specific training providers for participants.
Our team can be contacted on the following telephone numbers. Carlos is on 0151 233 5766 and Richard can be contacted on 0151 233 5767.
Liverpool In Work (the employment service for Liverpool City Council) is looking to register people for future building work across the city.
Cruise Liner Terminal – McLoughlin & Harvey
The Hive Tower – ISG
Plaza 1821 – Forrest Construction
Lexington Tower - BCEGI
Knowledge Quarter – Morgan Sindall/Kier/Interserve
New Clatterbridge Hospital – Laing O’Rourke
India Buildings Refurbishment – Styles & Wood
We also want to hear from people who are looking to get started in construction work. You do not need any experience or qualifications, but you must be unemployed and a Liverpool resident.
Please ring John on 0151 233 1933 to find out more about how you can sign up for the register.
Liverpool in Work, along with our partners, hold Work Clubs across the city in accessible venues where our team is on hand with advice and guidance to help you back into work, and help you with your CV and covering letters.
If you would like more information on our Work Clubs and our outreach sessions, please contact us on 0151 233 5312
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