Quality Checker needed – come and work for us
Be a Quality Checker for Stay Up Late
To qualify for this job you need to have a learning disability and/or autism and live in West Sussex.
We are particularly seeking to employ someone who has not worked with us before to provide more opportunities for people with learning disabilities.
Hours: 8 hours per week (1 hour of this is a break).
Wage: £8.25 per hour.
Contract: The initial contract will last for 6 months and we will aim to renew it after that if we can.
Deadline for applications: Friday 1st July ’16 (11pm – so you can Stay Up Late if you want to!)
What the quality checker job will involve?
You will feedback to the Gig Buddies project coordinators about your experience of the project and how we can improve it.
You will talk to gig buddies about whether they are happy with their volunteer, and what the volunteer could do to improve.
You will interview gig buddies about how they find the project. You will also interview support providers for the Stay Up Late campaign.
You will also help to lead and organise a team of volunteer researchers who will be doing a similar role as volunteers.
You will help to train new volunteers.
You will interview some new volunteers to see if they would be suitable buddies.
You will help to manage our Twitter and Facebook.
You will be going to events to talk to people about the gig buddies project.
Admin and office work
Occasionally the job will involve some admin: You will send letters to people, stuff envelopes, post letters etc and help to keep our databases up to date.
The skills and qualities that you will need
You need to be able to listen to what people are saying and help people to get their point across.
Able to communicate with different people: You need to be able to listen and communicate with people who have different support needs.
Good at interviewing
You need to be able to ask questions and find out things about people.
You need to have basic skills with using the internet and social media (eg Facebook and Twitter) or be willing to learn.
Able to speak up for people
Committed to helping people with learning disabilities live the lives they want to: You need to be able to value people and committed to helping people to have their voices heard.
You need to be able to reflect and think about your experiences and other people’s experiences, and think about how they can be used to make support and projects better.
You will need to be able to travel to the office independently, or arrange your own support to do this. We will be able to provide some initial travel training though to help you with this.
How to applyIf you are interested in working for us as a quality checker, please fill out the application form below and send it back to us.
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Here’s an easier to read version of the job and person description too.
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Or post to: Stay Up Late, 9 Russell Place, Brighton BN1 2RG
We look forward to hearing from you.