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Job vacancies at Hull City Council – April 27

By joining our team, you will be making a difference and working with people who are passionate about our city. Discover the latest job vacancies at Hull City Council this week.

Quality Assurance Lead

Salary details: £40478 – £43516

Closing date: 28 April 2023 

Hull City Council is looking for someone to lead quality assurance and support the delivery of social work activities within the Hull Children Young People and Family Services.

You will be supporting the shaping of services and directorate workforce through the development of effective quality assurance systems.

Team Manager (CLA)

Salary details: £45495 – £48587

Closing date: 2 May 2023 

Are you an looking for a new challenge? Then come and join the evolving workforce in our Children Looked After Team.

The team ensures children in care receive the best possible support and work with families to ensure there are safe. They also ensure permanency is achieved for children and young people through fostering and connected carers.

Resident Support Worker – Casual

Salary details: £20812 – £20812 (pro-rata)

Closing date: 2 May 2023 

Hull City Council wishes to appoint a number of casual support workers. Homes are located across the city and provide care to children and young people unable to live within their own family home.

You will assist children with social, personal, and physical care and implement crisis intervention and restorative practices. All the successful candidates will be offered the relevant training to ensure they are equipped to implement Hull City Council policies and procedures.

Project Support Officer

Salary details: £25409 – £27852

Closing date: 30 April 2023 

Working within the Neighbourhoods & Housing service area, you will play a key role in reshaping the neighbourhoods and housing service, addressing challenges and opportunities for improvement.

This role is ideal for anyone wishing to gain experience of project and programme support and gain a wider perspective on neighbourhood and housing issues.

Central Team Administration Lead

Salary details: £22777 – £24948

Closing date: 28 April 2023 

This role will provide a central administration resource that will ensure efficient management of systems, procedures, and processes necessary to meet council-wide requirements for the procurement function.

Whilst in depth procurement knowledge is desirable, it is not essential. We want to recruit a fantastic administrator to help us set up and manage our end-to-end procurement processes.

Supported Accommodation Review Officer (Housing Benefits) – 2 Posts – Fixed Term

Salary details: £32020 – £34723

Closing date: 28 April 2023

Each post holder will be working with housing enforcement officers and adult social care colleagues to monitor and review housing and support standards within private rented accommodation in the city where residents are being supported via the support exempt housing benefit system.

You will work directly with residents ensuring that supported accommodation providers meet requirements required by housing benefit legislation and relevant guidance, and to liaise with the private housing service and adult social care in taking appropriate action to ensure compliance.

Service Support Assistant – Fixed Term

Salary details: £20812 – £21575

Closing date: 30 April 2023 

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic assistant ort for the East Locality Team (Adults). You will provide administrative support to a large team of social care staff, dealing with highly sensitive and confidential information.

Duties include speaking with customers and providers over the telephone and in person, therefore excellent customer service skills are essential. You will also manage a team inbox and providing minuting support for professional meetings.

Post 16 Education Coordinator

Salary details: £28000 – £43685

Closing date: 5 May 2023 

We are seeking to appoint a qualified teacher with experience of teaching and supporting children and young people who have complex needs.  Experience of working in a mainstream Key Stage 3 & 4 setting is essential and additional qualifications in SEND is desirable.

The purpose of the role is to work closely with schools, colleges, and social services to ensure that all looked after children have the opportunity and support to fulfil their educational potential.

Please note: Hull City Council reserves the right to amend advert dates which may include closing the advert early where required.

Discover our full list of job vacancies at Hull City Council by visiting the council’s official jobs website.