The Kickstart scheme is open to 16 to 24 year olds who are claiming Universal Credit and are at risk of long-term unemployment. If you have a work coach at the Jobcentre they will talk to you about the Kickstart Scheme, the types of placements currently available and whether the scheme is right for you.
To register your interest for any of the following Kickstart vacancies or for more information about the information webinars or open days please email email@example.com
Quick links to vacancies:
To provide administration support to the Learning Support Service, for example booking candidates onto training, updating service website, retrieving caseloads from the electronic systems.
To provide support within the Property Information team to maintain and develop the computerised Land and Property ownership (Terrier) and Asset records.
The service supports children and young people in the care of the council. This role is to provide support through minute taking (full training provided), updating data bases, signposting calls and carrying out additional statutory admin responsibilities.
To provide administration support to the fostering service, panel managers team and fostering admin team.
To provide administration support to Citywide Services, helping to update meal selector systems, taking calls, booking meeting rooms, packing PPE and more.
To provide a face-to-face service for customers within one of our busy Gateways/Hub, which involves working as part of a team to deliver a range of services for Salford Council and partners.
To review bus lane and school keep clear enforcement CCTV footage, using personal and careful judgement to ensure that the actions taken are in accordance with the Traffic Act 2000 and the council's published procedures.
To work under the direct instruction of teaching/senior staff to support access to learning for pupils and provide general support to the teacher in the management of pupils and the classroom.
To assist in the running of the general office as one of the school’s main points of public contact, as well as the centre of of daily administration. You will update the school website and create content for the social media accounts, as well as attending to school visitors.
To work under the direction and supervision of teaching staff/senior staff to plan and deliver activities to undertake with pupils in the outdoor areas of the school grounds, with a particular focus on pupil wellbeing.
To provide high quality and efficient customer service. You will be involved in the welcoming and orientation of visitors. You will promote and sell the RHS membership, among other RHS offers.
To provide assistance to the catering team in a wide range of hospitality and catering activities. This will include cooking and baking, front of house duties, serving customers, dealing with cash and housekeeping duties.
As a Teaching Assistant/Academic Learning Mentor you will help pupils overcome behavioural, social or emotional problems that are affecting their learning.
To provide excellent customer service both face to face and over the phone and assist with all day to day administration duties, including the maintenance of records and information systems.
To assist the Community Manager with all tasks related to the efficient operation of the C.S.I.N. Community Hub. Assist with online training, be a part of marketing and promotion and gain admin and catering skills.
All the above Kickstart positions are paid at National Minimum Wage.
This page was last updated on 10 September 2021