Project Supervisor (Community Payback) - DEE02897

Dundee City Council
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  • Reference: DEE02897

Job Description

Based at Friarfield House, Barrack Street, you will work full time, 37 hours per week.As part of the recruitment process, you will be required to complete an online behavioural questionnaire. This questionnaire measures how you would think or behave in the job role and your profile results will be matched against pre-determined criteria established for the job role. The link will be sent to you following the closing date with a deadline for submission.
Requirements

You will have 3 National 4s or equivalent.
Responsibilities

You will supervise, support, tutor and assess the work and attitude of men and women who are undertaking the Unpaid Work Requirements of Community Payback Orders. Our Unpaid Work Project undertakes initiatives and projects which have a positive impact on local communities.
The Individual

You will have practical work experience and skills that will contribute to the work that the Project can undertake in communities. This would include skills in the field of painting, decorating, gardening, landscaping, joinery or building. You will have a knowledge of Risk Assessment and Health and Safety in the Workplace.You will have the ability to work effectively as part of a team and on your own initiative. You will have a positive view for the welfare of all individuals regardless of their background and social circumstances and will have a responsible approach to handling sensitive information and challenging situations.You will have experience of working with the public in the delivery of skills and task based front line services. You will have supervisory experience, be a good communicator and be able to provide written reports. You will be able to accept instruction from your Line Manager and other senior staff. Flexibility, a capacity to accept changing working practices and to work co-operatively with colleagues are also required.You will be willing to undergo training as required and to work in a flexible work rota, including regular evening and weekend working.You must have a full, current driving licence.A satisfactory Basic Disclosure Scotland Check is also required.

Applications must be made online at myjobscotland.gov.uk

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