Jobs

IT and Assistive Technology Trainer

Based Sedgley and across Beacon’s operating area

£24000 – £27000 per annum (full time equivalent)

30 hours per week across 4 or 5 days

We are seeking a skilled individual with a proven track record in delivering IT and digital training. This position involves offering learning and development opportunities for individuals who are blind and partially sighted, encompassing a variety of mainstream and assistive software packages and digital devices, including specialized speech and magnification software.

Ideal candidates should possess exceptional communication skills, proficiency in MS Office applications (such as Word, Excel, and Outlook), a keen interest in technology and assistive technology, and a strong desire to make a positive impact in people’s lives. Please contact Kerry Dalgliesh on 01902 880111 for further information.

In return Beacon offers excellent benefits, including a generous holiday allowance, Simply Health Cash Plan and generous pension scheme.

To apply, please download and complete an Application Form and return to people@beaconvision.org. 

Job Description

Application Form

Closing date: 14th June 2024

Please note: If you do not hear within four weeks of applying please assume you have been unsuccessful.If sufficient number of applicants are found for interview the advert for the role may be removed before the closing date. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

Care and Support Worker

£ 11.65-11.90 per hour

Nights and Weekend shifts available

Sedgley and surrounding area

At Beacon we have dedicated team members who are chosen for their compassionate natures as well as their qualifications and experience. We provide person centred care, placing the individual needs of the customer at the very centre of all we do.

Working as part of the staff team in Beacon’s care delivery services including extra care and the community, we are currently looking to recruit casual Care and Support Workers. Please note this is a casual position with no set working hours, instead we’ll offer flexible working opportunities to suit you.

We are looking for candidates who:

  • Are flexible
  • Can work weekends where necessary
  • Have experience of working with vulnerable adults
  • Are excellent communicators
  • Are empathetic, patient and have a caring nature
  • A qualification within the health and social care industry is desirable.

All successful candidates will be required to undertake an enhanced DBS check. For those working weekends a full driving licence and access to their own vehicle is essential. Personal or paid experience in care will be a distinct advantage.

To apply, please download and complete an Application Form and return to people@beaconvision.org. 

Job Description

Application Form

Please note: If you do not hear within four weeks of applying please assume you have been unsuccessful.

Volunteering

If you would like to support Beacon you can also volunteer with us. We have lots of opportunities available across our charity, visit our volunteer page here to find out how you can get involved.