Work Supervisor (FIF05636)Vacancy posted: Tuesday, 18 October 2016
Salary: £18,959 - £21,062
Closing date: 02 November 2016
Job ref. no.: FIF05636
Interview Date: Wednesday 16 November 2016
Fife Criminal Justice Social Work Services Unpaid Work Team manages individuals who have been made subject to Unpaid Work by the Court. The role of the Work Supervisor is to supervise, motivate and support individuals in order that they are afforded the opportunity to successfully complete their Unpaid Work Order. Orders are managed in accordance with National Outcomes and Standards.
Fife Council pays the Scottish Local Government Living Wage Rate to employees earning less than £8.33 per hour. If the hourly rate of pay for the post is less than the Scottish Local Government Living Wage Rate a supplement will be paid.Requirements
This post is subject to a disclosure check, which will be undertaken by Disclosure Scotland.
Hours of work will be over Tuesday to Saturday or Sunday to Thursday, depending on the needs of the service. Regular weekend and evening work is a requirement of this post. Service users are also required to be closely supervised during breaks and lunch periods
There will be a requirement to travel throughout Fife, potentially at short notice depending on the needs of the service.
You will be responsible for booking in, issuing of equipment / tools and personal protective equipment, transportation and close supervision of Unpaid Work participants.
You will ensure that offenders are supervised and are completing tasks to a good standard.
You will actively maintain records and complete basic Health and Safety induction for service users.
You will be responsible for undertaking and following risk assessments.
About Fife Council
We employ 20,000 people to provide 900 different services to 360,000 people and, we have one of the highest overall customer satisfaction ratings for a Council in the UK. The services we provide range from education, social work, housing, and community services to transportation, looking after the environment and developing the economy.
We are a large organisation and have a wide range of job roles from teachers, social care workers, community education workers, and planners, to support roles, like accountancy, IT and HR, not to mention communications and marketing, and law.
We operate the Positive about Disabled People scheme, commonly known as the 'double tick scheme', as we are committed to employing and supporting disabled people and offer a guaranteed interview to any applicant who considers him/herself to be disabled and who meets the minimum essential criteria for the post.
If you're looking for a real career challenge, you'll find it here in Fife!
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