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Hull City Council is recruiting for a variety of roles. Picture: Alyibel Colmenares

Looking for a new job? See these vacancies at Hull City Council

A list of 20 new jobs has been posted by Hull City Council in a range of careers.

The jobs, from occupational therapist to highways supervisor, are available to apply for online, with contact details for those requiring more information.

Here are some of the vacancies:

Title: Pause Co-Ordinator
Job term: Part-time
Hours: 18.50
Closing date: 19 December

Description: This role needs someone well-organised and enthusiastic, who pays close attention to detail to support a fast-paced and busy assertive outreach team. As a Pause Practice Co-Ordinator, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive and confidential assistance and administrative support to Pause Hull to enable staff to perform their duties effectively and efficiently.

In addition you will act as a key liaison for partner agencies and Pause Hull, as well as being a direct point of contact for the women themselves. You’ll be a big part of a small team, where everyone takes a flexible and collaborative approach to work, and is committed to improving outcomes for vulnerable and marginalised groups.

Title: Social Worker – Specific Education and Disabilities
Job term: Part-time
Hours: 7.40
Closing date: 15 December

Description: This is an exciting opportunity for a qualified Social Worker to work with the high performing SEND Assessment and Review team in Hull to support the integration of assessment, planning and review processes across agencies. The Children and Families Act 2014 placed new duties on local authorities and other services in relation to disabled children and young people and those with SEN. These are known as the SEND reforms.

One of the key changes was the introduction of Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans which should identify educational, health and social needs and set out the additional support to meet those needs and the outcomes to be achieved.

Title: Community Paediatric Occupational Therapist
Job term: Part-time
Hours: 13
Closing date: 5 December

Description: The Children and Families Disability Team is a busy city-wide service. You will work alongside our full-time Occupational Therapist, Social Work Team, Managers and Health Service Occupational Therapists to deliver high-quality services to support disabled children, young people and their families. You will perform a specialist Occupational Therapy role to enable disabled children and young people them to maintain or achieve maximal functional independence in their daily lives.

You will carry out comprehensive assessments with clients and their carers. Provide advice, arrange delivery and installation of the required equipment and advise on the necessary adaptations needed to meet identified needs. You will liaise with various professionals to identify and support specific issues around disability to ensure that needs are met in an appropriate, safe and positive manner.

Title: Waste Operations Development Officer
Job term: Full-time
Hours: 37
Closing date: 15 December

Description: Streetscene Services are seeking to appoint an officer responsible for researching, designing and implementing strategic improvements to the waste collection service. They will contribute to the delivery of an efficient waste collection service that achieves the aims of the council’s waste collection policy and waste management strategy, and to ensure the council’s statutory duty as a Waste Collection Authority is discharged and compliance with European and national legislation is achieved.

The role will take the strategic lead for specific themes of work across the service including impact of National Waste Strategy, Business Systems and Process, Project Management and Service Improvement.

Title: Complaints and Audit Officer
Job term: Full-time
Hours: 37
Closing date: 11 December

Description: This is an interesting and varied post for a qualified social worker which involves co-ordinating and overseeing all aspects of complaints made by children and young people, their families and carers. A listening and learning culture is central to this role as complaints help shape our services. Analysis of audit activity is also part of this role for children and young people services. You will be part of a small but dedicated team focused on improving services for children, young people and families, through learning from complaints and the analysis of audit activity to ensure improvement to practice across children’s social care.

The council is looking for a motivated and enthusiastic person who has the ability to work as part of a team and is also able to use their own initiative. Good interpersonal and communication skills are crucial as is problem solving conciliation and negotiation skills. The council offers very attractive terms and conditions of employment, including generous annual leave entitlement, flexible working hours where appropriate, membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme and access to numerous other salary sacrifice schemes and staff benefits/discounts, including a lease car scheme.

Title: Assistant SEND Caseworker
Job term: Part-time
Hours: 17
Closing date: 16 December

Description: The council is seeking to recruit a highly motivated, conscientious SEND Assistant Caseworker to join the SEND Assessment & Review Team.  The successful candidate will be a first point of contact to a wide range of internal and external customers, including parents and schools, in relation to SEND queries. Experience of working in a customer focused front-line office/administration environment with a good understanding of IT based systems, including Microsoft Office, is essential.

Duties include ensuring the accurate administration of the statutory Education, Health and Care (EHC) needs assessment, planning and review processes working within and supporting adherence to statutory time frames. The post holder will also arrange meetings as part of the EHC needs assessment planning and review processes and maintain and update a range of case recording systems. The post is 17 hours that can be worked over three or four days as agreed to meet the requirements of the service.

Title: Highway Operations Supervisor
Job term: Full-time
Hours: 37
Closing date: 20 December

Description: Hull City Council is looking for a dynamic Highways Supervisor to join its Highway Operations Team. You will effectively supervise and co-ordinate the delivery of the council’s highways operational maintenance service, including reactive maintenance, minor construction works, patching and highway drainage. You will be directing multi-skilled highway maintenance operatives undertaking maintenance works on the highway network and other council owned land.  The post will involve undertaking duties out of hours during evenings, weekends and public holidays and in most weather conditions.

You will be based at Hull City Council’s operational depot on Stockholm Road, Sutton Fields Industrial Estate, Hull. You will be required to travel around various sites within the city on a daily basis. The hours of work are Monday to Thursday 8am to 4pm and Friday 7.30am to 3pm. Experience of working in the Highways sector is preferable, along with an NVQ level 2 Diploma in Construction and Civil Engineering Operations or equivalent construction qualification or relevant work related experience and an understanding of local authority services.

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