We are passionate about fulfilling our mission of supporting each unique person so they can progress, achieve independence, enjoy life and be included in the communities in which they live. If you have the energy and enthusiasm to help grow our success – read on to see the current vacancies. We are always looking for talented, enthusiastic individuals to join our team.
For general details about working at Kisharon such as benefits, training, etc, click on Working for us
Kisharon expects all staff to share our commitment to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. An Enhanced DBS criminal check will be required.
Vocational Educational Instructors & Job Coaches (Full Time / Part Time and Sessional opportunities)
Childs Hill Partnership Library, NW2 and outreach at Kisharon Social Enterprises and other North London locations.
- Competitive salary depending on experience.
- Work in an innovative and dynamic culture with a supportive team.
Do you have the drive, experience and talent to coach, support and assess college students throughout their studies on our recently established Vocational Study Programme in partnership with New City College?
We are looking for experienced educational instructors and job coaches to help deliver our Vocational Programme commencing in September 2017. This innovative and leading vocational programme will provide a top quality vocational programme for students with a variety of learning disabilities aged 18-25.
You are a strong team player with an intense desire to support people to reach their highest potential and support people into suitable employment following the programme. If you are looking for an organisation that offers support, recognition, coupled with a stimulating and innovative working environment, then this is the role for you.
Deadline for applications: 4th September 2017
Click here for an application form and click on Vocational Job Coach job description / Vocational Education Instructor job description to access more details about the roles, or contact Julia Brown, Director of Operations & Development, Julia.email@example.com for more information.
Store Manager (Permanent, Full Time)
EQUAL Gifts & Homeware, Temple Fortune, NW11 London
- Competitive salary circa £24k depending on experience. Future opportunities for profit sharing
- Wide range of employee benefits e.g. season ticket loan, rewards and discounts at popular retailers, childcare vouchers and other benefits
- Work in an innovative and dynamic culture with a supportive team
Do you have the drive, experience and talent to manage our recently established shop in Temple Fortune – that also helps improve people’s lives? Then take the lead at Kisharon’s latest Social Enterprise.
We are looking for an experienced Store Manager for our EQUAL retail outlet which provides a top quality luxury gifts & homeware retail service to the public and vocational opportunities to the people we support.
Manage the Equal Team to develop the store by focussing on customer needs, developing a competent workforce through focus on training, maximising profit and developing the brand.
You are a strong team player, passionate about Gifts and Homeware retail with an intense desire to have a successful career in this industry. If you are looking for a company that offers support, recognition, coupled with a stimulating and innovative working environment, then this is the role for you.
Essential Skills and Tasks
- Significant retail operational (buying & selling) experience
- Excellent interpersonal, rapport building and customer service
- Hands on leadership with sound people management skills
- Drive and initiative to increase sales and profitability
- High energy and a passion for retail
Deadline for applications: 7th September 2017
Click here for an application form and click on job description to access details about this role, or contact Julia Brown, Director of Operations & Development, Julia.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Administrator (Temporary, BANK), London NW4
We are looking for a highly efficient, enthusiastic and experienced Administrator to join our team on a temporary basis. The successful candidate will have a positive attitude, a good knowledge of MS Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and the ability to multi-task and work independently and efficiently to help the smooth running of the office. School Administrator experience is an advantage, but not essential.
Hours: 18 hours a week in term time plus 3-4 weeks in academic holidays.
For an application pack and job description, please email email@example.com
Nursery Key Worker
Tuffkid Nursery, London NW11, Ofsted rating “Outstanding” 2011 & 2016.
Hours: 5 days per week, term time only (3 days a week 8.15am-1.30pm & 2 days a week 8.15am – 3.30pm)
Salary: According to experience + qualifications
We are looking for a vibrant, enthusiastic Nursery Key Worker to join our passionate and dedicated team and work with special needs and mainstream children, following EYFS guidelines.
Kisharon takes pride in developing its staff to high standards and encouraging staff to improve their skills. Applicants who do not hold an NVQ3 will be supported to complete this.
Tuffkid brings extensive experience in nurturing the early development of children from 2 to 4 years of age. The Nursery Key Worker will help to provide innovative and creative opportunities for children to grow and develop in a safe and stimulating environment which has Kisharon’s Jewish ethos at its heart.
Competitive salary, excellent training and development as well as a caring and passionate place to work.
Click here for an application form and click on job description to access details about this role, or contact Neha Mehta, Senior HR Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Queries: 020 8201 8488.
Support Workers, Adult Services
Casual contracts over weekdays, evenings, overnights and weekends
We have fantastic opportunities across our services to support people with learning disabilities. It is a hugely rewarding role where you will see the difference you can make to someone’s life.
As a support worker, you will provide person-centred support to people with learning disabilities by promoting independent living and providing opportunities for greater independence, choice and control over their lives.
We are seeking individuals who can bring enthusiasm, compassion, inspiration and confidence in supporting people with complex and challenging needs.
Our support services operate a rota that is based on a rolling pattern of early, late, waking nights and sleep- in shifts throughout the year including weekends and public holidays, so the ability to work flexibly and on shifts is essential.
Ongoing training and development will be provided. A patient, pro-active approach is required, as is willingness to develop new skills and be a positive team player.