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Hull City Council is hiring for roles in social work, engineering and more.

Could you do these jobs at Hull City Council?

Hull City Council has listed 29 jobs offering opportunities in a wide range of careers.

From social work to engineering, each job is available to apply online, with contact details available for those requiring more information.

Here is a list of some of the vacancies on offer:

Title: Operational Manager
Division: Public Health
Job term: Full time
Hours: 37
Closing date: 18 November

Description: Hull City Council has embarked on a transformation programme, which is key to ensuring work is sustainable and effective in the future. There has been significant investment in additional posts to support the transformation and Hull City Council is looking for exceptional individuals to join the Adult Social Care team. Applicants will have operational and strategic development responsibility for functions within the team to ensure competent and confident management/leadership and practice.

Title: Engagement Officer
Division: Children and Family Services – Directorate
Job term: Full time
Hours: 37
Closing date: 13 November

Description: The post holder will provide services to young people aged 16 – 19 (and up to 25 for those who have a Special Educational Need or Disability) that raise aspirations and remove barriers to employment, education and training in order to maximise their potential. The post holder must have a passion for working with young people and have a flexible and enthusiastic approach.

Title: Senior Social Worker
Division: Public Health – Directorate
Job term: Fixed term
Hours: 37
Closing date: 17 November

Description: Hull City Council is looking for individuals to join its Adult Social Care team. This post will provide and support expert and effective social work practice in complex situations, assessing and managing high levels of risk and providing expert opinion in relation to decisions surrounding complex cases. The successful applicant will undertake a professional leadership role taking responsibility for the learning and development of others, through leadership and management, supervision, mentoring, assessing and teaching.

Title: Tutor / Assessor (Construction – Bricklaying)
Division: Children and Family Services – Directorate
Job term: Full time
Hours: 37
Closing date: 17 November

Description: Hull Training and Adult Education is part of Hull City Council and is one of the largest providers of vocational training and further education in the region with an excellent reputation for delivering quality courses to industry. Recently rated by Ofsted as good for delivering apprenticeship, it is looking to add to its team of skilled tutors and expand its construction training. The team is looking for an inspiring and enthusiastic tutor with relevant bricklaying qualifications and experience of working in the industry.

Title: Makerspace Assistant
Division: Hull Culture & Leisure
Job term: Part time
Hours: 4x 18.50
Closing date: 11 November

Description: Hull Culture and Leisure Library Service is seeking to appoint dynamic and inspirational individuals who will take an active role in helping to support Hull’s first public Makerspace. Successful applicants will support the Makerspace development manager, facilitators and technicians in workshop planning and delivery, health and safety and communication. Successful applicants will provide reception duties, administrative tasks, support customers to use the Makerspace its equipment and facilities, clean, maintain and tidy tools.

Title: Housing Facilities Operative
Division: Legal Services & Partnerships
Job term: Part time
Hours: Various
Closing date: 10 November

Description: The post holder will be required to undertake site safety and security checks and routine maintenance/ housekeeping duties at multi-occupancy dwellings throughout the City. 1 x 37 hours (Permanent), 1 x 37 hours (Fixed-Term until June 2020). Successfully applicants will also be required to keep accurate records of inspections completed and liaise appropriately with key partners – placing emphasis on residents and their safety.

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