We currently have the following vacancies for new staff to join existing teams. We offer a great experience, making a real difference to children and families across the Bath area. Experience is more important than qualifications however we do wish to recruit staff with appropriate training. All positions require an enhanced DBS check and 2 references.
Where you are looking to gain experience please consider doing some voluntary work with us
▶ Quality, Compliance and Governance Worker 24 hours/week, year round including Fridays £21,962 pro-rata
The Governance, Quality & Compliance Lead Worker will be responsible for developing systems and processes which can then be implemented and embedded across the organisation.
To support and develop staff and Trustees to understand systems and processes to maintain quality and compliance from 2020/21
This is a new role which will be focused on our Quality Management transition to ISO9001:2018, Governance Code of Good Practice, Ofsted requirements, Quality Audits, Safeguarding Audits and all compliance in relation to the services BAPP provide.
You will be joining a small friendly team who are all working in different roles to deliver high quality services for children and families across B&NES.
You will be an inclusive and confident practitioner who can help BAPP maintain and develop high quality and compliance in all that we do as well as supporting Trustees to be able to govern effectively.
The hours will be worked over 4 days which must include Fridays, hours flexible and based in the BAPP Office in South Bath.
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▶Office Manager & Administrator 24 hours/week, year round, £17,714 pro-rata
To provide management of office systems and processes to support the smooth running of BAPP services including Holiday Playschemes, Nurture Groups and work with our partner agencies
To provide effective administrative office based support for BAPP including the Family Support & Play Service, Pre-school and Nursery
You will be working as part of a small team of staff with different roles many of whom work outside of the office at times. The successful post holder will be the consistent front of BAPP and be able to support staff and our service users to get the information they need when they need it.
The role is varied and includes administration of BAPP services, answering the phone, helping out with services, banking and petty cash as well as being a keyholder for the building. Flexibility is required but the post holder will work 24 hours/week throughout the year; times of work can be fixed or flexible.
The successful post holder will be an inclusive practitioner who understands the work that we do who has the flexibility and willingness to turn their hand to anything!
We provide 25 days Annual Leave prorate for part time hours plus 8 statutory days, NEST Pension and a great team to work with!
Due to the work that we do, both posts will require an Enhanced DBS Disclosure check and attendance at Equalities and Safeguarding Training relevant to the role.
Please see attached a letter outlining the role together with a Job Description and Equalities Monitoring Form. Please use the Person Specification to complete the Supporting Information section, outlining how you meet the requirements of the post. Please provide an email address for both of your Referees.
Further details of the work that BAPP does can be found in our Annual Review https://e-voice.org.uk/cypn/files/view/website-docs/BAPP_Annual_Spreads_Report_18_b.pdf
Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to send me an email.
We look forward to receiving your completed application by the closing date of Friday 7th September at 12 noon. Please include your availability for interview in the week beginning the 17th September and the amount of notice you are required to give where you are currently employed.
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