Routes to Work Ltd
Routes to Work Ltd

Charity registered in Scotland SC033698

Routes To Work Limited (RTW) is a strategic partner within the North Lanarkshire Community Planning Partnership, coordinating the development and delivery of local employability services to the long term unemployed and other economically disadvantaged residents.


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Finance & Compliance Team Leader

  • Full time
  • £30,047
  • Bellshill, North Lanarkshire
  • Closing 5th May 2021

Reports to: Finance Manager

Location: Bellshill North Lanarkshire (initially working from home)

Working Pattern: Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm. Full Time (35 hours)

Duration: Fixed term to 31st March 2022 (may be an opportunity to extend)

Are you an experienced Accountant who is looking for your next role managing a small team of 1.6 Staff whilst completing monthly management accounts, balance sheet reconciliations and financial analysis from budgets to actuals? Would you like some variety in the role with the added aspect of compliance – ensuring client files are compliant and financial claims are robust by confirming business processes are effective and efficient in this fast-paced environment?

About us

Routes to Work Limited (RTW) is a registered Charity and a strategic partner within North Lanarkshire’s Working, the North Lanarkshire Partnership’s Employability Service. At RTW, we deliver employment support services and skills development to economically disadvantaged residents of North Lanarkshire who require our support to access and sustain work and make improvements in their lives.

We have been successful in securing funding to deliver a range of services for young people under the Scottish Youth Guarantee and are delighted to be helping this disproportionately affected group as part of the economic recovery. As the business grows, we are looking to strengthen our Business Support by bringing in this new role to our Finance team.

About you

You will have a finance and/or compliance background as well as a drive and passion to improve the lives of North Lanarkshire residents. You must demonstrate that you can be resourceful; resilient; self-motivated and are completely client-centric, as well as analytical and process driven.

About the job

As a key member of the Leadership Team, you will be responsible for the line management of the corporate finance team, reporting to the Finance Manager, as well as being responsible for the Scottish Young Person’s Guarantee (YPG) compliance activities for the organisation.

You will aide in the development, implementation, and monitoring of our new Sage200 accounting system and processes, including the production of management accounts, balance sheet reconciliations and analysis for budgets and forecasting. You will work alongside our operational and support teams to identify and progress developments to service delivery processes to drive business efficiencies that support continuous improvements. This will include the creation of excel reporting tools, process mapping and other ad hoc improvements as you identify them with the Teams.

Together with day-to-day finance tasks you will be responsible for compliance, quality assurance & the financial claims processes for the SYG programme and framework ensuring the accuracy of claims and supporting documentation/evidence is submitted to funders within agreed timescales.

This post is being recruited to support the following programme:

The Scottish Young Person’s Guarantee is aligned to the principles of No-One Left Behind, by providing flexible, user-based employability support and training to young people aged 16-24 years. The YPG is intended to provide young people, aged 16-24 years, with an opportunity, based on their own personal circumstances and ambitions, of: going to university or college; joining an apprenticeship programme; undertaking training; accessing fair employment including work experience; or participating in a formal volunteering programme.

This post is subject to a Basic Disclosure check.

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Case Worker

  • Full time
  • £30,588
  • Across North Lanarkshire
  • Closing 5th May 2021

Reports to: Team Leader

Location: Across North Lanarkshire

Working Pattern: Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm

Duration: Fixed term to 31st March 2022 (may be an opportunity to extend)

At Routes to Work, we believe in the power of people and the transformative effect we have.

We are seeking motivated, energetic, and committed individuals to join our team to support the economic recovery within North Lanarkshire through assisting unemployed residents into sustainable employment

About us

Routes to Work Limited (RTW) is a registered Charity and a strategic partner within North Lanarkshire’s Working, the North Lanarkshire Partnership’s Employability Service. At RTW, we deliver employment support services and skills development to economically disadvantaged residents of North Lanarkshire who require our support to access and sustain work and make improvements in their lives.

What’s new?

We have been successful in securing funding to deliver a range of services for young people under the Scottish Youth Guarantee and are delighted to be helping this disproportionately affected group as part of the economic recovery. We are looking for team members to help us deliver on the Scottish Youth Guarantee services to ensure that North Lanarkshire and its’ residents are able to avail themselves of the labour market opportunities that will occur once the economic recovery starts.

About you

Candidates must have a drive and passion to improve the lives of North Lanarkshire residents. You must demonstrate that you can be resourceful; resilient; self-motivated and are completely client-centric.

About the job

You will deliver a progressive employability service designed to support customers with multiple barriers. You will work as part of a multi-functional team ensuring participants are supported on their journey towards and into the labour market and are appropriately connected to the internal and external service offering to facilitate such. You will manage a caseload of clients through the programme, ensuring accurate assessment, action planning, case management, supportive referrals, ongoing progression and into sustainable work.

You will be a target-driven individual who possess excellent influencing skills and can prove creativity in assisting unemployed people into sustainable employment.

You will support each client to make best use of the tailored provision outlined in their individual action plan, provide advocacy and signposting on their behalf and be the coordinating factor throughout their journey into employment. It is also the role of the Case Worker to motivate and positively challenge clients to move them forward in their journey.

The post being recruited for is to support the following programmes.

The Scottish Young Person’s Guarantee is aligned to the principles of No-One Left Behind, by providing flexible, user-based employability support and training to young people aged 16-24 years. The YPG is intended to provide young people, aged 16-24 years, with an opportunity, based on their own personal circumstances and ambitions, of: going to university or college; joining an apprenticeship programme; undertaking training; accessing fair employment including work experience; or participating in a formal volunteering programme.

All posts are subject to membership of the PVG scheme.

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Kickstart Employability Support Worker

  • Full time
  • £25,795
  • North Lanarkshire
  • Closing 7th June 2021

Reports to: Kickstart Team Leader

Location: RTW Delivery Centres & Outreach venues throughout North Lanarkshire (Initially Working from home)

Contracted Hours: Full Time 35 hours per week

Contract Duration: Post is to cover Maternity Leave and Funded to March 31st 2022 with a possibility of extension

Last year has been more than a drop in the ocean. However, at Routes to Work, we believe in the power of people and the transformative effect we have. Do you fancy taking a dip in the ocean?

About us

Routes to Work Limited (RTW) is a registered Charity and a strategic partner within North Lanarkshire’s Working, the North Lanarkshire Partnership’s Employability Service. At RTW, we deliver employment support services and skills development to economically disadvantaged residents of North Lanarkshire who require our support to access and sustain work and make improvements in their lives.

What’s new?

We have been successful in securing funding to deliver a range of services for young people under the Scottish Youth Guarantee and are delighted to be helping this disproportionately affected group as part of the economic recovery. We are looking for team members to help us deliver on the Scottish Youth Guarantee services as well as supporting the other programmes at Routes to Work that continue to be crucial to ensure that North Lanarkshire and its’ residents are able to avail themselves of the labour market opportunities that will occur once the economic recovery starts.

About you

Candidates must have a drive and passion to improve the lives of North Lanarkshire residents. You must demonstrate that you can be resourceful; resilient; self-motivated and are completely client-centric.

About the job

You will work with Kickstart employers to ensure an integrated programme of support is provided to Kick Start participants to maximise the benefit of their participation on the programme. To provide a job broker & development service for all Kickstart participants to ensure that their temporary employment opportunity is improving their longer-term employability prospects and personal development opportunities are being provided to maximise their chances of moving into sustainable employment.

Main duties and responsibilities will include:

  • To establish & develop positive & effective working relationships with Kick Start employers and participants.
  • To provide a high-quality initial assessment of client skills, qualifications, experience and barriers to employment within an agreed framework with a view to identifying an effective six-month development plan.
  • To make referrals as required to specialist agencies to deal with client barriers such as motivation, social issues, debt & money advice, housing issues as identified.
  • To provide a range of individual support sessions on an incremental basis to all Kick Start participants to support their personal development and transition into more sustainable employment.
  • To promote and job match Kick Start participants to suitable vacancies for sustainable employment.
  • Review client progress by conducting regular action plan review & updating participant records, as necessary.
  • To ensure accurate and up-to-date records are maintained on individual clients via the Management Information Database to ensure accurate reporting of individual & company achievements and claiming of outcomes can be made.
  • To achieve engage targets in line with Kick Start service level agreement.

The post being recruited for are to support the following programme.

Kickstart

The Kickstart Scheme provides funding to employers to create new 6-month job placements for young people who are currently on Universal Credit and at risk of long-term unemployment.

RTW is acting as a Gateway Organisation for a number of Third Sector organisations in North Lanarkshire who wish to take part in the scheme and we will be providing the employability wrap around support for those successful Kickstart participants as well as the participants of small businesses that have accessed the Kickstart scheme through North Lanarkshire Council who are also a Gateway Organisation.

All posts are subject to membership of the PVG scheme.

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Specialist Case Worker (Prospects for Parents)

  • Part time
  • £30,588 pro-rata
  • North Lanarkshire
  • Closing 30th July 2021

Can you help us improve peoples’ lives?

Are you motivated, energetic and committed to supporting people who are unemployed back into sustainable employment?

Routes to Work Limited (RTW) is a strategic partner within North Lanarkshire’s Working, the North Lanarkshire Community Planning Partnership Employability Service. We deliver services to the long term unemployed and other economically disadvantaged residents in North Lanarkshire who require our support to access and sustain work and make improvements in their lives.

You will deliver a progressive employability service designed to support local parents and part of a multi-functional team ensuring local parents are supported on their journey towards and into the labour market using all resources available to you. You will manage a caseload of clients ensuring accurate assessment, progression and case management to make best use of the tailored provision outlined in their individual action plan. You will provide advocacy and signposting on their behalf and be the coordinating factor throughout their journey into employment.

Post is subject to membership of the PVG scheme.

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Specialist In Work Support Adviser (Prospects for Parents)

  • Full time
  • £30,588
  • North Lanarkshire
  • Closing 30th July 2021

Can you help us improve peoples’ lives?

Are you motivated, energetic and committed to supporting people who are unemployed back into sustainable employment?

Routes to Work Limited (RTW) is a strategic partner within North Lanarkshire’s Working, the North Lanarkshire Community Planning Partnership Employability Service. We deliver services to the long term unemployed and other economically disadvantaged residents in North Lanarkshire who require our support to access and sustain work and make improvements in their lives.

You will deliver a progressive employability service designed to support local parents and part of a multi-functional team ensuring local parents are supported on their journey towards and into the labour market using all resources available to you. You will manage a caseload of clients ensuring accurate assessment, progression and case management to make best use of the tailored provision outlined in their individual action plan. You will provide advocacy and signposting on their behalf and be the coordinating factor throughout their journey into employment.

Post is subject to membership of the PVG scheme.

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