December 2008 News

Job: Carer

We care… could you? Would you like a rewarding job that makes a difference? If so, working in the Care4you Service could be for you. We support vulnerable older people with personal care, meals and living skills all year round.

  • £6.73 an hour

  • Closing date: 5th January 2009

Women's discussion sessions at Umar Mosque

The Umar Mosque has kindly allowed the use of their premises to allow women to discuss a range of issues affecting women from hijab, prayer, parenting, making a positive contribution to society and coping with the stresses of daily life.

Employment Roadshow 2008

If you are Asian, Black or from another Minority Ethnic group and looking for a job, this roadshow is a great opportunity to get some advice and help to find something that suits you.

Job: Domestic Abuse Project Support Worker (Female)

Burngreave Domestic Abuse Project needs a female part-time Support Worker who speaks Urdu/Punjabi. To work primarily with Asian women and children affected by domestic abuse.

  • Salary Point 29: £24,331 pro rata

  • 17.5 hrs

  • Closing date: Monday 12th January 2009

New Youth Club and Cyber Café launches

A new Youth Club and Cyber café for Firth Park’s young people opened on the 1st December 2008.

Job: Engagement Worker

Burngreave New Deal for Communities, are looking to recruit for the above post.

  • Salary £19,076 pro rata

  • Closing date: Monday 8th December

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