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Please note that this internship is based in Aberdeen with some home working optional
Payment: Scottish Living Wage rate of £9 per hour.
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Contract: 420 hours, equivalent of 12 weeks full time.
Hours: 25-35 hours, 3 months (flexible depending on preference of successful candidate)
Location: Aberdeen City Council, Marischal College, Broad Street, Aberdeen, with the possibility of working flexibly
Closing date: Monday 21 January 2019 at 10am
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The Internship is within the Equalities Team, a small supportive team working across services and with Partners and the Community to improve services for all our citizens. You will be responsible for supporting the Community Support Manager and the Disability Equity Partnership (DEP). DEP is a community forum with representation from disabled people.
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This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in important work that will have a direct and positive impact on the lives of thousands of people across Aberdeen and is central to the delivery of the Council’s Equality Outcomes. You will be working within a high-profile area which has extensive political and public interest. You will work within a small supportive and friendly team that will help you to develop and get the most out of your internship. You will gain insight and understanding of planning developments, access audits (an assessment of a building, environment or service against best-practice standards to benchmark its accessibility to disabled people), the Community Planning Partnership’s Local Outcome Improvement Plan, the Council’s Equality Outcomes, the BSL Plan, City centre businesses and community engagement with disabled people.
Main duties and tasks
To provide project support to the Community Support Manager, including:
- Support our Disability Equity Partnership (DEP) programme of activity by organising meeting rooms, meeting and greeting members and producing action points from the meeting. This may involve pre- arranged weekend and evening work, with notice.
- Plan and organise our external engagement with disabled people and disability organisations. Setting up meetings rooms, inviting guests and producing action points.
- Support the DEP with attending the various internal and external meetings at which they are represented (pre-arranged and with notice).
- Support staff with the consultation on the possibility of co-ordinating a scheme where businesses in the city centre would make available their toilet facilities to disabled and older people with medical conditions. This includes accessible toilet provision and Changing Places toilets.
- Assist with an in-depth review of Radar key user facilities in the city and increase awareness of facilities available. A Radar key is a large silver key that opens over 9000 accessible toilets in the UK. Official keys are available from participating local authorities and for about £5 from Disability Rights UK Shop.
- Work with current partners to develop a database of (1) available accessible toilets within the City centre and their provisions (2) a “Safe Space” provision within their premises for people who are feeling vulnerable and wish to take “time out” in a safe refuge.
- Report back on findings and feedback to stakeholders.
- Increase awareness of accessible toilet provision and the “Safe Places” scheme within the City Centre.
To apply for one of the WeCanWork Internships you must define as disabled as under the Equality Act 2010 which defines disability as: someone who has a physical or mental impairment that has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.
This may include:
- A physical impairment
- A sensory impairment
- A mental health condition
- A learning difficulty such as dyslexia or dyspraxia
- Learning disability
- Any other disability or impairment
- Diagnosed as HIV positive, or with cancer, multiple sclerosis or other long term chronic condition.
You must also be unemployed, under-employed (meaning that your current employment does not match your skills or required working pattern) and demonstrate a genuine need for the internship opportunity. You should also have the right to work in the UK. For more details please see the application pack.
How to apply
Completed applications to be forwarded by 10am on Monday 21st January 2019 to
Or you can send applications by post to:
23 Lauriston Street
Interviews dates to be confirmed.
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