We have uploaded more “Before and After” photographs to our flickr page. Please take a look at the transformations our building staff and contractors, working alongside our fantastic volunteers, bring to our properties in west Hull – click here to see some photographs that speak volumes about the skills they bring!
We have three vacancies!
We are seeking a Housing Support Worker (together with Open Doors Hull).
We are further seeking an Education. Training and Employability Advisor.
More details and the Application Forms can be found here
Giroscope is also seeking a locum Housing Support Worker – (post could become permanent as our organisation expands)
Send CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hull City Council has launched a Hull Helpline (01482 300307) to support vulnerable residents impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The helpline has been set up for those who may have no other means of support and who may need help to access essential items and services including food, health and wellbeing and financial advice.
It is available seven days a week from 9am to 5pm. Residents should register their need for support through an online form which is now live on the council’s website hull.gov.uk or by calling the Hull Helpline number on 01482 300307.
Please share details of this page with anyone who would benefit from the support available.
Read the full details on the HullCCNews.
Thanks to a grant from Good Things Foundation you can improve your digital skills at Giroscope! We are running FREE supervised sessions in our training room where you can improve your CV, do job searching, learn how to use emails, discover spreadsheets and a host of other digital skills. You can learn at your pace and open up a world of possibilities. Sessions take place on Monday 10-12 and 1-3, Tuesday 12.30-2.30, Thursday 9-12 and Friday 12.30-2.30.
Call by the office to find out more!
Thanks to grants from War Memorials Trust and The Worshipful Company of Glaziers, the wonderful artistry of Barley Studio and the skills of Master Stonemason Andrew Gommersall, the First World War Memorial Window at the former St. Matthew’s church has finally returned, conserved and restored to its former glory!