WECIL is a varied, friendly and interesting place to work. We offer a range of benefits for staff, including:
We encourage applications from under-represented groups, and as an organisation run by and for disabled people, we are particularly keen to employ disabled people. Therefore, all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the job will be invited to interview.
Please note; we do NOT accept CV applications.
Please see below for current vacancies and applications packs. If you have any questions about these roles you can contact us on 0117 947 9911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Enterprise: Social Enterprise Team Client Advisor
Contract: Permanent subject to funding
Hours: 37.5 hours a week
Salary: £16,635 – £19,921
The West of England Centre for Inclusive Living (WECIL) is an organisation run by and for disabled people. Since 1995 we have been providing support, advocacy, advice and information services for disabled people in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, Bath & North East Somerset and surrounding areas.
We are looking for someone to join our Social Enterprise Team as a Client Advisor. The role will involve supporting clients in receipt of Direct Payments via home visits, telephone, and email so the successful candidate will need to be flexible with good time-management and organisational skills to ensure we continue to provide a professional, effective and efficient support service.
We are looking for someone who will enjoy working in a positive and proactive future-focussed team; with great customer service skills.
The role is full-time and offers flexible working, good benefits, and an opportunity to contribute to the development of an evolving and innovative service as well as personal career development opportunities.
Closing date for applications: midday on Friday 26th May 2017
Hours: 30 hours a week
Salary: £18,360 – £22,270 pro rata (dependent on experience)
We are looking for an Advocate to join the WECIL team.
The ideal candidate will work as part of the Care Management Advocacy Project to deliver high-quality and effective advocacy for clients who are receiving or requesting an assessment of need via Bristol City Council adult social care.
Candidates will be an experienced team player, able to work independently to undertake direct advocacy work and manage a caseload. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and a commitment to providing a high level of customer service to all clients and stakeholders are essential. Candidates will have at least one years’ experience of advocacy including supporting vulnerable people and case management.
WECIL offers flexible-working hours, an excellent benefits package including a generous leave entitlement and a company pension scheme.
Closing date for applications: Tuesday 30th May 2017 at 12 noon
Vacancy: Sessional Youth Worker
Salary: £10.37 per hour (inclusive of annual leave)
Do you have a passion for working with young disadvantaged and disabled people?
WECIL are recruiting for an enthusiastic Sessional Youth Worker to deliver group and one to one youth work sessions to young people with special educational needs and disabilities aged 12 to 25 across Bristol. Groups run on Monday evenings, alternate Tuesday and Wednesday evenings with some Saturdays.
The ideal candidate will be experienced in youth work and be confident in working with groups and individuals to provide fun, inclusive activities that support young people to achieve positive outcomes, work toward aspirations and transition to adulthood.
If you’d like to have a chat about the role then please call Phil on 07973685979 or for an application form visit our website at http://www.wecil.co.uk/about/work-for-wecil/ .
Please note that WECIL does not accept applications by CV.
Application packs are also available in accessible formats. Please contact Admin to discuss any access needs by emailing email@example.com or telephone 0117 947 9911 (Mincom 0117 947 9912).
Please note the post holder will be required to have/undergo a DBS check.
Closing date for applications: Monday 12th June 2017 at 12pm
WECIL particularly encourages applications from under-represented groups (e.g. disabled people, people from black and minority ethnic groups, lesbians and gay men)
Job vacancies working directly for a disabled person