Salary: £28,000-£30,000 (dependant on qualifications and experience)

Location: Elstree, Hertfordshire

Contract Type: Full time (37.5 hrs/ week)

Closing Date: 19th June 2022

 

Langdon was founded 30 years ago, and our services have steadily grown and we now help over 100 young Jewish people, providing youth services, education, supported living and employment services.  Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

 

About the Role:

The primary focus of the role is to deliver a comprehensive, end-to-end, best practice recruitment service, ensuring that recruiting managers, applicants, candidates and prospective employees receive high quality customer service.

The successful candidate will be responsible for on boarding and inducting new starters and overseeing and managing the mandatory training recruitment cycle; as well as managing the process for employees who are leaving the organisation by conducting and analysing exit interview data.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • To take responsibility for the end-to-end candidate journey from application, through their first 100 days in post, ensuring a great candidate experience and handling the recruitment administration up to offer of employment.
  • To work in partnership with colleagues to deliver a speedy, efficient, responsive and effective recruitment service.
  • To manage the candidates’ expectations, ensuring they are kept engaged and informed throughout their experience.
  • To be data driven in practice, with a firm understanding of how recruitment metrics can be used to improve performance.

About You:

The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience of providing high quality recruitment services, with a strong customer-service focus, backed up by a can-do approach and a willingness to support colleagues.  You will actively promote the organisation’s values and embrace our equity, diversity and inclusion agenda.  A mix of agency / in house recruitment would be preferable, but we will also consider you if you’ve been at an agency and are looking to make the move in house.

What We Offer:

  • 20 days holiday which increases with length of service, plus bank holidays and 3 Jewish holidays and a day for your birthday.
  • Pension
  • Occupational Sick Pay after a qualifying period, which increases with length of service
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Programme with free access to independent advice, support and counselling on a wide range of issues
  • Development and career progression opportunities

 

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.

If you have any queries on any aspect of the appointment process, need additional information or would like to have an informal discussion, please contact Eleri Russell, Head of Hr via eleri.russell@langdonuk.org.

The appointment will be subject to a DBS disclosure.

Salary: £55,000-£58,000

Location: Elstree, Hertfordshire

Contract Type: Full-time (37.5 hours per week)

Closing Date: 12th June 2022

 

Langdon was founded 30 years ago, and our services have steadily grown and we now help over 100 young Jewish people, providing youth services, education, supported living and employment services.  Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

 

About the Role:

The successful candidate will manage the Finance function and service provision in terms of financial and management accounting across the Langdon group of charities. This role is part of the Senior Management Team

You will be required to manage a number of business related and operational systems, processes, procedures and required controls across the Langdon group of charities in the delivery of the charity’s services. This role will be performed in partnership with the individual operational managers to ensure continuous improvement with measurable outcomes, linked to an annual plan.

Occasional travel to Manchester will be required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Advising on general financial policy within the charity group and liaising with the external auditors.
  • Preparing annual estimates of income and expenditure to include the preparation of departmental budgets within each entity, in consultation with the management team/budget holders.
  • Monitoring income and expenditure in relation to budget and presenting regular performance management reports to the Finance Director.
  • Keeping the accounts of the charities and preparing Statements of Financial Activity (SOFA) and balance sheets in accordance with the Charities Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) and to liaise with external Auditors in connection with the Annual Accounts preparation and Audit.
  • Maintaining cash flow projections for the current and future years.

About You:

Educated to degree level you will also have a recognised accounting or financial qualification.  Previous experience working with charity accounts is desirable but not essential.  The ability to persuade and influence key decision makers in an organisation is essential to this role, as is previous experience on managing a team.

What We Offer:

  • 25 days holiday which increases with length of service, plus bank holidays and 3 Jewish holidays plus a day for your birthday.
  • Pension
  • Occupational Sick Pay after a qualifying period, which increases with length of service
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Programme with free access to independent advice, support and counselling on a wide range of issues
  • Development and career progression opportunities

 

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.

If you have any queries on any aspect of the appointment process, need additional information or would like to have an informal discussion, please contact Barry Shine, Finance Director via barry.shine@langdonuk.org.

The appointment will be subject to a disclosure and the successful applicant will be registered, as required, with the relevant body.

Salary: £24,000

Location: Elstree, Hertfordshire

Contract Type: Full-time (37.5 hours per week)

Closing Date: 12th June 2022

 

Langdon was founded 30 years ago, and our services have steadily grown and we now help over 100 young Jewish people, providing youth services, education, supported living and employment services.  Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

 

About the Role:

We are currently looking for an Assistant Social Worker who is passionate about helping others and ensuring we maintain a quality service provision. The role will be based between our offices in Elstree and Edgware; however, travel may be required to meet prospective clients and conduct assessments.

This role will support the Senior Social Worker in the facilitation of transition pathway for new admissions and contribute and participate in meeting the needs of existing Langdon members. Promoting independence, choice and control is at the heart of this post. This is an exciting opportunity to work with Langdon members to maximise their potential for independence.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work jointly with Senior Social Worker on applications to Langdon Community for services and supports.
  • To assess individuals in accordance with Care Act 2014, other appropriate legislation and the Langdon Community assessment process.
  • To work collaboratively with Senior Social Worker in delivering Langdon’s aim to provide personalised services for adults in the community.
  • To collect, accurately record, manage information systems (KPI database), critically analyse all relevant information and take appropriate actions to fulfil statutory responsibilities to promote and safeguard the well-being and interests of the Langdon members.

 

About You:

Educated to GCSE level or equivalent with a pass in English, you will have experience of working in a social care setting.  Previous experience of working with adults with Learning Disabilities, Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome is essential along with experience or knowledge of undertaking assessments and devising care plans.

 

What We Offer:

  • 20 days holiday which increases with length of service, plus bank holidays and 3 Jewish holidays and 1 day for your birthday.
  • Pension
  • Occupational Sick Pay after a qualifying period, which increases with length of service
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Programme with free access to independent advice, support and counselling on a wide range of issues
  • Development and career progression opportunities

 

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.

If you have any queries on any aspect of the appointment process, need additional information or would like to have an informal discussion, please contact Helen Sowa, Director of Operations via helensowa@langdonuk.org.

The appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and the successful applicant will be registered, as required, with the relevant body.

Salary: £20,000-£23,000

Location: Prestwich, Manchester

Contract Type: Full-time (37.5 hours per week)

Closing Date: 12th June 2022

 

Langdon was founded 30 years ago, and our services have steadily grown and we now help over 100 young Jewish people, providing youth services, education, supported living and employment services.  Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

 

About the Role:

We are currently looking for a Workforce Planning Coordinator who will use and maintain the workforce management system to enable the supported living department to meet its goals and objectives.  They will also be responsible for data entry, telephone and email support, guidance, assistance and support to managers and staff in matters relating to resource planning.

The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the ability to work effectively with internal and external stakeholders and have excellent interpersonal and team working skills. Working alongside the Supported Living Management team, they will need to demonstrate the ability to adapt to changing work demands and challenges as they arise.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the service has the right staff, with the right skills in the right place to meet member demand and maintain service levels at all times.
  • Responsible for the day to day management of the workforce management system including, rota planning and management and updating care records as required.
  • To ensure the workforce management system is updated with any ad hoc changes to rotas and care records as required.  Ensure compliance with Data Protection and Freedom of Information legislation.
  • Deal promptly, efficiently and professionally with calls and emails from staff dealing with queries, absence, annual leave, and shift cover etc. and deal with these proactively to maintain service levels.  Respond to ad hoc enquiries from all levels of staff.

 

About You:

Educated to GCSE level or equivalent with a pass in English and Maths, you will have experience of working in a customer service/administration setting.  Previous experience of using workforce management software/systems is essential.

 

What We Offer:

  • 20 days holiday which increases with length of service, plus bank holidays and 3 Jewish holidays and 1 day for your birthday.
  • Pension
  • Occupational Sick Pay after a qualifying period, which increases with length of service
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Programme with free access to independent advice, support and counselling on a wide range of issues
  • Development and career progression opportunities

 

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.

If you have any queries on any aspect of the appointment process, need additional information or would like to have an informal discussion, please contact Claire Rayner, Registered Manager via clairerayner@langdonuk.org.

The appointment will be subject to a DBS disclosure.

Salary: £24,000

Location: Elstree, Hertfordshire

Contract Type: Full-time (37.5 hours per week)

Closing Date: 12th June 2022

 

Langdon was founded 30 years ago, and our services have steadily grown and we now help over 100 young Jewish people, providing youth services, education, supported living and employment services.  Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

 

About the Role:

We are currently looking for an Assistant Social Worker who is passionate about helping others and ensuring we maintain a quality service provision. The role will be based between our offices in Elstree and Edgware; however, travel may be required to meet prospective clients and conduct assessments.

This role will support the Senior Social Worker in the facilitation of transition pathway for new admissions and contribute and participate in meeting the needs of existing Langdon members. Promoting independence, choice and control is at the heart of this post. This is an exciting opportunity to work with Langdon members to maximise their potential for independence.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work jointly with Senior Social Worker on applications to Langdon Community for services and supports.
  • To assess individuals in accordance with Care Act 2014, other appropriate legislation and the Langdon Community assessment process.
  • To work collaboratively with Senior Social Worker in delivering Langdon’s aim to provide personalised services for adults in the community.
  • To collect, accurately record, manage information systems (KPI database), critically analyse all relevant information and take appropriate actions to fulfil statutory responsibilities to promote and safeguard the well-being and interests of the Langdon members.

 

About You:

Educated to GCSE level or equivalent with a pass in English, you will have experience of working in a social care setting.  Previous experience of working with adults with Learning Disabilities, Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome is essential along with experience or knowledge of undertaking assessments and devising care plans.

 

What We Offer:

  • 20 days holiday which increases with length of service, plus bank holidays and 3 Jewish holidays and 1 day for your birthday.
  • Pension
  • Occupational Sick Pay after a qualifying period, which increases with length of service
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Programme with free access to independent advice, support and counselling on a wide range of issues
  • Development and career progression opportunities

 

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.

If you have any queries on any aspect of the appointment process, need additional information or would like to have an informal discussion, please contact Helen Sowa, Director of Operations via helensowa@langdonuk.org.

The appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and the successful applicant will be registered, as required, with the relevant body.

Salary: £17,600

Location: Elstree, Hertfordshire or Prestwich, Manchester

Contract Type: Part-time (2 days/ week)

Closing Date: 12th June 2022

 

Langdon was founded 30 years ago, and our services have steadily grown and we now help over 100 young Jewish people, providing youth services, education, supported living and employment services.  Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds.

 

About the Role:

The role of the Health & Safety Officer is to prevent accidents, injuries, and work-related illnesses in the workplace. They have a large number of duties to ensure that the workplace maintains high standards of Health & Safety.

The Health and Safety Officer will use their knowledge and skills to promote a positive health and safety culture in the workplace.  They will ensure that employees comply with safety legislation and that safety policies and practices are adopted and adhered to.  They will also plan, implement, monitor and review protective and preventative safety measures.

Due to the nature of the role, you may need to work flexibly across the week and occasional evenings and weekends.  The role will be driving the health & safety agenda across the organisation and therefore travel to Manchester/London will be required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To assist the management team with H&S monitoring of the work environment, checking for safety hazards and checking fire safety and equipment
  • To maintain accurate records relating to Fire, Accidents, First Aid, Fire Extinguishers and other precautionary measures
  • To assist in the collation and monitoring of accident and near-miss data
  • To support accident and near-miss investigations, across sites.
  • To gather/review workplace-related sickness, absence, accident and ‘near miss’ data/trends
  • To ensure reporting compliance is adhered to, learning opportunities are identified and preventative action is taken.

About You:

Educated to degree level you will also have the IOSH Managing Safely qualification.  Experience in a compliance role and previous experience of risk management is essential as is the desire to drive best practice in the workplace.  Previous experience of working with adults with learning disabilities is desirable but not essential.

What We Offer:

  • 21 days holiday which increases with length of service, plus bank holidays and 3 Jewish holidays
  • Pension
  • Occupational Sick Pay after a qualifying period, which increases with length of service
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Programme with free access to independent advice, support and counselling on a wide range of issues
  • Development and career progression opportunities

 

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.

If you have any queries on any aspect of the appointment process, need additional information or would like to have an informal discussion, please contact Penny Toubkin, Head of Manchester via pennytoubkin@langdonuk.org.

The appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and the successful applicant will be registered, as required, with the relevant body.

Salary: £9.85 p/h unqualified    &    £10.83 p/h qualified

Location: Borehamwood, Hertfordshire    &    Edgware, North London

Contract Type: Part-time and Full-time (37.5 hrs per week)

 

Langdon UK have exciting opportunities for Support Workers to join their growing team in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire and Edgware, North London.

Langdon was founded 30 years ago and we now help over 100 young Jewish people with learning disabilities by providing education, supported living and employment services.  Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds

 

About the Role

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. 

The successful candidate will be required to work individually and as part of a team to support and enable individuals to live as independently as possible by assisting individuals to develop new and existing skills.  They will also be responsible for working with our employment team to facilitate employment opportunities, and with our programming team to assist and support our members to enjoy an active social life.

About You

Educated to GCSE level or equivalent, you must have a good standard of written English.  Previous experience of working with adults with Learning Disabilities and Autism desirable but not essential.  Full training will be given to the successful applicant.

If you are looking for a fresh challenge, enjoy engaging with people, have a real desire to make a difference to someone’s life and the skills required to help us deliver a high level of service to our Members, then we want to hear from you.

What we offer:

  • 21 days holiday which increases with length of service, plus bank holidays and 3 Jewish holidays (pro rata for part-time staff)
  • Pension
  • Occupational Sick Pay after a qualifying period, which increases with length of service
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Programme with free access to independent advice, support and counselling on a wide range of issues
  • Development and career progression opportunities

 

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

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Please note: To join the Langdon team, you need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless you are medically exempt and can provide evidence of your exemption during the interview process.

Salary: £9.60 p/h unqualified    &    £10.00 p/h qualified

Location: Prestwich, Manchester

Contract Type: Part-time and Full-time (37.5 hrs per week)

 

Langdon UK have exciting opportunities for Support Workers to join their growing team in Prestwich, Manchester.

Langdon was founded 30 years ago and we now help over 100 young Jewish people with learning disabilities by providing education, supported living and employment services.  Whilst we support the Jewish community, we celebrate and benefit from the diversity of the communities in which we are based and welcome applicants from all backgrounds

 

About the Role

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.

The successful candidate will be required to work individually and as part of a team to support and enable individuals to live as independently as possible by assisting individuals to develop new and existing skills.  They will also be responsible for working with our employment team to facilitate employment opportunities, and with our programming team to assist and support our members to enjoy an active social life.

About You

Educated to GCSE level or equivalent, you must have a good standard of written English.  Previous experience of working with adults with Learning Disabilities and Autism is desirable but not essential.  Full training will be given to the successful applicant.

If you are looking for a fresh challenge, enjoy engaging with people, have a real desire to make a difference to someone’s life and the skills required to help us deliver a high level of service to our Members, then we want to hear from you.

What we offer:

  • 21 days holiday which increases with length of service, plus bank holidays and 3 Jewish holidays (pro rata for part-time staff)
  • Pension
  • Occupational Sick Pay after a qualifying period, which increases with length of service
  • Employee Assistance and Wellbeing Programme with free access to independent advice, support and counselling on a wide range of issues
  • Development and career progression opportunities

 

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

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Please note: To join the Langdon team, you need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless you are medically exempt and can provide evidence of your exemption during the interview process.

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

Zoe, Langdon Member