Into Work
Into Work

Charity registered in Scotland SC028327

Into Work is a specialised employment support service working with people with disabilities or long-term health conditions

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Autism Engagement Worker

  • Part time
  • £26,015 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh, East Lothian & Midlothian
  • Closing 20th January 2020

We are looking to recruit a suitably experienced Autism Engagement Worker for an innovative project called ‘Autism Works’ This new project will focus on employer engagement, working alongside those with lived experience of Autism and will link into the Scottish Government national campaign to ‘Improve Understanding of Autism Amongst the Non-Autistic Population’

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Employment Adviser

  • Part time
  • £22,648 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 17th February 2020

For 20 years Into Work has been helping disabled people and those with long-term health conditions to find, build and maintain great jobs, largely by providing personalised 1:1 supported employment. For more info, visit intowork.org.uk

Role:

We would like to recruit a new member for our All in Edinburgh (AiE) project team based at Norton Park. The team is one of four partners who make up the successful AiE consortium, providing supported employment across Edinburgh.

The successful candidate will help deliver employability outcomes, supporting a caseload of adult clients with a disability or long-term health condition.

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Fundraising Coordinator

  • Part time
  • £26,000 pro-rata
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 14th July 2020

For over 20 years, Into Work has been helping disabled people and people with long-term health conditions find, build and maintain great jobs. We work towards a world where disabled people and people with long-term health conditions have equal opportunity to take up employment and receive fair treatment in work. For more info, visit intowork.org.uk

We are looking for a talented Fundraising Coordinator to deliver our fundraising goals and grow our charitable income. Reporting to the Finance Manager and Senior Manager, you will drive new income generation and be primarily responsible for researching and writing strong fundraising applications to trusts and foundations to support our charitable activities. The aim of the post will be to secure funding for existing and new charitable projects as well as the core running costs of the charity.

Excellent communication skills and attention to detail are vital, as is the ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks to meet deadlines. We need someone who is focused and driven, who can work effectively on their own as well as with a team. The Fundraising Coordinator will play a key role in continuing to develop Into Work’s Fundraising Strategy in order to maximise income to assist in the long-term sustainability of the charity.

The remuneration package will include a competitive salary, 6.8 weeks annual leave inclusive of holidays, flexible working opportunities, and a generous contributory pension scheme.

Please note due to COVID-19 restrictions, the recruitment process will be carried out entirely online. Applicants must have internet access from a safe location. If shortlisted for interview, we will utilise video conferencing for the interview process. We would expect that the successful applicant would likely be working from home initially, however once COVID restrictions are eased and we return to a regular working environment, you will be based at our offices at Norton Park in Edinburgh.

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Employability Intervention Officer

  • Part time
  • £23,867 pro-rata
  • John Muir House, Haddington and in East Lothian community (with some homeworking due to Covid19)
  • Closing 9th September 2020

This is a partnership post, continuing the successful collaboration between Into Work and East Lothian Works (ELW) and will see the postholder working day-to-day within the ELW team based in Haddington, East Lothian. The service provides advice and support with employability, training and development and self-employment, with the aim of offering access to equal opportunities for all.

Reporting to the ELW Team Leader – Employability, this varied role will require the post-holder to be flexible, working across projects to support children and adults with disabilities and additional support needs to source and pursue individual development opportunities and jobs. The post would suit a self-starter with the motivation to balance reporting and data management with the needs of the individuals supported.

Also, an exciting new project will require close working with specific county high schools, delivering a person-centered service to pupils with disabilities and additional support needs. The purpose being to help them create their own goals and action plans. Then help them identify and engage with relevant development opportunities and meaningful activities to support these plans.

As an employee of Into Work, you will also be supported by a Service Delivery Manager.

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Wellbeing Coach

  • Full time or Part time
  • £25,213
  • Edinburgh
  • Closing 18th January 2021

Project

Well-being Works will be a new project which will aim to help people build their confidence, capacity, and coping strategies, before, during and at the end of their supported employment journey with us.

Well-being Works will build the overall capacity of Into Work’s employment services by developing stronger links and pathways to health and community agencies that potential and current service users will benefit from.

Overall Purpose of the Job

To develop, co-produce and deliver our new Well-being Works Project with disabled people and people with long term health conditions. Offer group and 1:1 well-being sessions with supported employment service users experiencing a range of issues (including anxiety and mental health difficulties, trauma, housing, debt, poverty, isolation, family and other social relationships).

To support the participants of the project you will develop and build on existing pathways to encourage appropriate referrals in to Into Work and to signpost or refer service users to appropriate interventions or specialist services as and when required. You will work closely with Into Work supported employment colleagues to build on existing knowledge, skills, and experience and to offer potential progression routes towards employment through volunteering, improving physical and mental health and mindfulness exercises.

Excellent communication skills are vital, as is knowledge and understanding of barriers faced by disabled people and people with long-term health conditions. We need someone who is focused, methodical, and driven, who can work effectively on their own as well as with a team to develop and deliver this new project.

The remuneration package will include a competitive salary, 6.8 weeks annual leave inclusive of holidays, flexible working opportunities, and a generous contributory pension scheme.

Please note due to COVID-19 restrictions, the recruitment process will be carried out entirely online. Applicants must have internet access from a safe location. If shortlisted for interview, we will utilise video conferencing for the interview process. We would expect that the successful applicant would likely be working from home initially, however once COVID restrictions are eased and we return to a regular working environment, you will be based at our offices at Norton Park in Edinburgh.

Organisational Profile

For over 20 years, Into Work has been helping disabled people and people with long-term health conditions find, build and maintain great jobs. We work towards a world where disabled people and people with long-term health conditions have equal opportunity to take up employment and receive fair treatment in work. For more info, visit intowork.org.uk

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