Liverpool City Council to help put young locals in employment

Liverpool City Council is issuing an appeal that aims to put young people who are struggling to find employment into work. 

The scheme is offering a range of temporary jobs for applicants but is urging them to act fact as deadlines loom.

The trainee posts will provide six months of paid employment and work experience and are available on the Healthy Homes Energy Efficiency programme with another two on the council’s vacant property team.

To apply, you must be aged between 16 and 18, living in Liverpool and not be in education, employment or training.

Trainees on the energy efficiency programme supply and fit free low energy bulbs in the homes of vulnerable residents. They also provide a free energy monitoring service to help residents identify opportunities to reduce their energy consumption and attend events which promote energy efficiency. 

The trainees who will work on the Vacant Property Team will support full-time officers in bringing unoccupied properties back in to use ,helping to reduce the demand for housing and improving the environment. 

  • All of the trainees will undertake a range of training courses in order to equip with the relevant skills including:
  • Customer service excellence, health and wellbeing for staff, information security awareness, equality and diversity, stress awareness, written communication skills and Time Management
  • EDI (Education Development International) Level 1 award in employability skills.
  • Functional skills in both numeracy and English.
  • Energy Efficient Training to City and Guilds Level 1

The closing date for applications is Friday 8th August.

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