• Salary: £23,330 per annum, pro rata
  • Hours: 16 per week
  • Closing date: Monday 10th June 2024, 12 Noon
  • Interviews to be held on: Tuesday 25th June 2024

We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and flexible individual to work within Café Leep. The ideal candidate will possess a warm, welcoming, and professional demeanour, capable of working both independently and collaboratively within the café team.

About Café Leep

Café Leep is a social enterprise which employs a qualified café manager with a staff team of adults with learning disabilities who are training for their catering qualifications. The role of the support worker will involve closely collaborating with the café manager and staff team, with a primary focus on facilitating the development of catering skills among the trainees.

You will have:

  • Previous experience working with individuals with learning disabilities.
  • Proficiency in handling sensitive and personal information, with a solid understanding of data protection laws.
  • Experience in empowering individuals with learning disabilities to voice their thoughts and concerns.
  • Prior exposure to working in a catering environment.
  • Background in the Voluntary Sector, whether through paid employment or volunteering.

We are looking for someone with energy, vision and commitment to our values of Independence & Empowerment, Integrity, Equality and Diversity. We are particularly keen to encourage volunteers and other supporters who are already enthusiasts of Leep1 to develop within the organisation.

The role is based at our café on Roundhay Road on the outskirts of Leeds City Centre.

Apply for the role

To apply for this role, please complete The Advonet Group Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, which can be found by clicking on the buttons at the bottom of this advert, along with a detailed job description and person specification (CVs will not be accepted). Please return applications to [email protected].

If you would like more information or an informal chat about the post, please call on 0113 244 0606 to arrange to speak to Angie Marshall or email [email protected].

To download the Job Description, Person Specification and Job Application Form, please click on the buttons below.

To complete our online Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form, please click on the button on the right-hand side below this text.

Once the Application form is completed, please email it to [email protected].