We are recruiting – looking for a career in adult social care?

Dudley Council is recruiting a number of part-time homecare assistants, full time assistant care coordinators and a full time team assistant as well as a number of other social worker posts. Be part of a forward thinking, dynamic council, which actively supports staff and works with employees to help people change their lives for the better. Roles: Assistant Care Co-ordinators (£20,661 to £22,658 per annum) closing date 29 October 2017 Assistant Care Co-ordinators – Occupational Therapy and Social Work (£20,661 to £22,658 per annum) closing date 29 October 2017 Home Care Assistants (26.25 hours per week), £12,819 to £14,287 per annum (+ enhancement for weekend/bank holiday working) closing date 29 October 2017 Team Assistant (£18,070 to £20,138 per annum) closing date 29 October 2017 Other care roles on offer are: Care Manager (£29,854 to £32,164 per annum) closing date 22 October 2017 Senior Support Workers (£20,661 to £22,658 per annum) closing date 22 October 2017 Community Care Supervisors (£23,166 to £25,694 per annum) closing date 22 October 2017 Social Workers (£26,556 to £29,033 per annum) closing date 22 October 2017 Peripatetic Night Care Assistants (£10,573 to £11,783) per annum plus 33% closing date 22 October 2017 Senior Social Workers (£33,106 to £36,019 per annum) closing date 29 October 2017 Senior Occupational Therapists (£33,106 to £36,019 per annum) closing date 30 October 2017 Occupational Therapists (£26,556 to £29,033 per annum) closing date 30 October 2017 The duration of these posts are minimum 12 months fixed term from start date with the opportunity of extending the contract up to March 2019 or March 2020 subject to funding Visit www.dudley.gov.uk/ascjobs to find out more and all vacancies in Dudley. Supporting vulnerable adults with respect, care and kindness advert...

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Got a good idea or a great project? Get funding with Dudley Soup

Got a good idea? Or a great project? Get funding with Dudley Soup Anything that benefits the Dudley Borough will be considered: arts, social justice, enterprise, health, food projects…the list goes on! Go to our website www.dudleysoup.com and fill in the submission form. Alternatively you can pick up an application form from DY1, Community Space on Stafford Street in Dudley, complete it and pop it in the SOUP postbox at DY1 APPLY TO PITCH TODAY! The next Dudley SOUP kicks off at 7:00pm (doors open at 6:30pm) Wednesday 15th March DY1 Community Space, Stafford Street, Dudley DY1 1RT www.dudleysoup.com / @dudley_soup / facebook.com/dudleysoup...

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Digni-tea Wednesday 1 February 2016 – Championing Dignity in Care in Dudley

  Are you someone who uses or has used adult social care services? Do you know or care for someone who uses adult social care services? What does dignity mean to you?   We would like to hear your views on Dignity, and what should go into the Dignity charter for Dudley. Come to our…  DIGNI-TEA SUMMIT On Wednesday 1st February 2017 Queens Cross Network Wellington Road Dudley DY1 1RB From 11 am until 3.30 pm   Lunch is provided free if booked in advance. To secure your place go to https://dudleydignity.eventbrite.co.uk Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment For questions about the event call Ken from Dudley Centre for Inclusive Living on 07989 515771 Disability in Action on 01384 813460 Please can you forward this invite onto your networks and/or promote the poster attached- many thanks Dignity summit 01 02 17 publicity poster – flyer...

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Dignity in Dudley we want your views

Dignity in Dudley we want your views

Local groups, Healthwatch Dudley and the council are seeking views from people on what dignity means to them. Working with the National Dignity Council, Healthwatch Dudley and Dudley Centre for Inclusive Living and Disability in Action, the council wants to hear local people’s views on what ‘dignity in care’ means to them by completing a short online questionnaire at  www.dudley.gov.uk/dignity by 6th January 2017. The aim is to draw up a Dignity Charter for Dudley in 2017 that all organisations including care providers can sign up to and improve people’s experiences of adult social care and...

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