General Support/Advice Worker

Join our vibrant Bromley team.

  • Closing date for applications: 2 January 2019
  • Contact phone: 02083152550
  • Contact email: leo.mansell@deafplus.org

General Support/Advice Worker
Bromley
Part-time 6 hours – £10.42/hour.
deafPLUS is a registered medium-sized charity and company limited by guarantee working to encourage integration and equality between deaf and hearing people in all areas of life. We provide a range of services from Advocacy to Employment, equipment to information and advice across 7 centres around the UK.
This exciting role at the Bromley centre is to support the Centre Manager in maintaining our ’front of house’ open door services. Meeting and greeting clients and being the first point of contact for clients and visitors alike.
The role will require a flexible approach to your hours to enable centre cover is maximised, particularly in the Centre Managers absence.
The Bromley centre has a well established volunteer team, who organise groups and talks, these – in addition to hiring of or facilities to 3rd Parties. The booking of these facilities will largely be the responsibility of the job holder
• Part-Time role: 6 hours per week (Wednesdays)
• Hourly rate: £10.42
• 25 days Annual Leave & 8 day Bank Holidays (pro-rata)

Place of Work
deafPLUS
Community House
South Street
Bromley
BR1 1RH
Deadline for application form is Wednesday 2nd January 2019.
Interviews will take place on 7th – 11th January 2019.

Full details and application forms can be found on our website www.deafplus.org

For further details please contact: Leo Mansell – Centre Manager on leo.mansell@deafplus.org

We welcome applications from suitably experienced individuals irrespective of racial origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy & maternity, gender, religion or disability

More information:
http://www.deafplus.org

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