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The Social Care Programme Manager will support members maintain independent lives, identify what matters, engage with the communities around them and plan a positive way forward together. You will have full responsibility for the operational delivery and ongoing development of the member’s activity, skills and employability programme across our London & Manchester communities.  You will use your experience and ambition to lead sessional staff and a volunteer team working in co-production with members and families to manage an exceptional programme.

To see a copy of the full job description please click the below button. To find out a bit more or have a chat about the role, please contact Alan Weinstock on 07946 221536 or alanweinstock@langdonuk.org.

To apply please upload a cover letter and a copy of your CV by 31st July 2021.

Please note:  Interviews may be arranged prior to the closing date. Depending on the volume of applications received and the outcome of interviews the vacancy may be closed earlier than stated.

The role of the Senior Social Worker is to lead on all referrals, applications and assessments to Langdon Community for services and support for London and supporting and advising the team in Manchester.

Working as a Senior Social Worker at Langdon you will be a work place practice educator and coach, mentor and supervise the student social workers on placement at Langdon, as well as coach and mentor OT students on placement.

The successful candidate will be an inspiring and values based leader, able to develop constructive working relationships with members, staff, families and external stakeholders.  You will actively promote the organisation’s values, actively promote equality and diversity, tackle discrimination across and beyond the organisation and ensure vulnerable adults are safeguarded.

To see a copy of the full job description please click the below button. To find out a bit more or have a chat about the role, please contact Helen Sowa on 07534 458672 or helensowa@langdonuk.org.

To apply please upload a cover letter and a copy of your CV by 31st July 2021.

Please note:  Interviews may be arranged prior to the closing date. Depending on the volume of applications received and the outcome of interviews the vacancy may be closed earlier than stated.

As we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic Langdon is looking forward to delivering a full programme of events, activities and holidays for our members – persons with learning disabilities and autism. Our key success criteria is that our members experience ‘Livingness’ – have fun, enjoy a social life and build independence, confidence and self-esteem.

The Community Activity Coordinator will be a proactive and creative person who will develop a comprehensive programme of social, cultural and leisure activities for young Jewish adults with learning disability and autism in North West London.

As restrictions are lifted the hybrid programme will play a significant role in energising members to be active participants in the community by organising in person and virtual activities, events and planning future holidays with individuals and groups. The role will be varied with Community Activity Coordinator working flexibly, including evenings and at weekends.

About Langdon

For a person with a learning disability, an ordinary everyday activity of looking after yourself, working and socialising can present huge challenges. With Langdon’s support and through their own hard work and determination, our members overcome these challenges achieving something quite extraordinary.

For 28 years Langdon has been supporting young Jewish people and adults with learning disabilities or with autistic spectrum disorders to lead independent lives.  Today, the Langdon community supports over 100 people, living in supported accommodation in Manchester, Edgware and Borehamwood.

If you are enthusiastic about coordinating activities and have experience of working with people with learning disabilities then we would like to hear from you.

To see a copy of the full job description please click the below button. To find out a bit more or have a chat about the role, please contact Helen Sowa on 07534 458672 or helensowa@langdonuk.org.

Please note:  Interviews may be arranged prior to the closing date. Depending on the volume of applications received and the outcome of interviews the vacancy may be closed earlier than stated.

Salary: £ 23,000 – £25,000 (Based on qualifications and experience)
Hours:  Full time, however part time will be considered
Contract: Fixed term (4 months)
Location: Edgware and Borehamwood – London

www.jweb.org.uk is an online resource for a Jewish learning disabilities community in the UK. We are a charity and provide news, events listings and blogs for parents, carers and professionals working with people with special needs.

We are looking for a co-ordinator for 1.5 days per week to oversee the website and its associated projects. This is a flexible working position reporting to the JWeb Manager, and we will consider working from home or from the office. Salary according to experience.

You will:

  • Maintain and update our website including (but not limited to) a service directory, news, events listings, blogs and a noticeboard
  • Co-develop new projects to support the inclusion of people with learning disabilities in their local communities
  • Undertake research and disseminate your findings through the website
  • Produce and implement marketing and PR campaigns
  • Maintain an administration database (Mailchimp)
  • Liaise with organisations and people listed on the site
  • Service a Steering Group
  • Support building and maintaining a presence on social media
  • Respond to queries from website users
  • Write and send out e-newsletters
  • Manage and recruit volunteers
  • Qualifications and Experience:
  • Experience of the learning disabilities sector
  • Good research skills
  • Good writing skills
  • Great networking skills
  • Social media marketing skills
  • Strong IT skills
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently

We welcome your application, please email your C.V. and a covering letter to jweb@jweb.org.uk

To find out a bit more or have a chat about the role, please contact Anna Perceval (anna@jweb.org.uk ).

To apply please upload a cover letter and a copy of your CV by 31st July 2021.

Please note:  Interviews may be arranged prior to the closing date. Depending on the volume of applications received and the outcome of interviews the vacancy may be closed earlier than stated.

Salary:                 £29,000 – £31,000 pro rata

Hours:                  14

Job Type:            Permanent

£9.56 p/h unqualified and £10.51 p/h qualified

We are currently recruiting Support Workers to join our teams in London & Manchester. The role will include supporting our members in designing and developing their support/care plans and providing social, health and personal care. Support Workers will be expected to work flexible hours which will involve working early and late shifts, including sleep in’s, weekends and bank holidays in accordance with member need. Previous experience of working in a care environment with adults with learning disabilities and/or mental health issues desirable but not essential (training provided)

To find out a bit more or to have a chat about the role, please contact Nalina Ramgutty on 07957 442467 or nalina.ramgutty@langdonuk.org 

£9.30 p/h unqualified and £9.50 p/h qualified

We are currently recruiting Support Workers to join our teams in London & Manchester. The role will include supporting our members in designing and developing their support/care plans and providing social, health and personal care. Support Workers will be expected to work flexible hours which will involve working early and late shifts, including sleep in’s, weekends and bank holidays in accordance with member need. Previous experience of working in a care environment with adults with learning disabilities and/or mental health issues desirable but not essential (training provided)

To find out a bit more or to have a chat about the role, please contact Claire Rayner on 07432 740769 or clairerayner@langdonuk.org

We are looking for an Office Administrator to join our team in Prestwich, Manchester on an ad-hoc as required basis.

The Office Administrator will be the first point of contact for the Manchester community service and will provide administrative support across the service.  They will handle the flow of people through the office and ensure that all administration tasks are completed accurately and delivered with high quality and in a timely manner.

To find out a bit more or to have a chat about the role, please contact Claire Rayner on 07432 740769 or clairerayner@langdonuk.org

£8.91 per hour (zero hours contract)

‘Langdon is a community. I love how everyone comes together.’

Zoe, Langdon member

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