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Thank you for your interest in working at Health for All, please see below current vacancies.

Community Transport Sessional Drivers
(Ref: 220)

We are looking to increase our pool of sessional drivers and are looking for enthusiastic, flexible and committed individuals to join our transport team. The successful applicant will drive Health for All vehicles for member groups on a casual basis, as and when required, including weekends.

Applicants must have a clean driving licence (no more than 3 points) with D1 entitlement preferred, be aged 25 – 65 years for insurance purposes and have a good knowledge of the Leeds area. Full training will be given.

Hours: flexible including weekends  (Days and hours to be discussed at Interview)

Rate of Pay: £10.25 per hour inclusive of holiday pay

If interested in this post please download an application pack:-

Family Support Worker – Morley Cluster x 2
(Ref: 227)

We are working in an exciting partnership between Health for All and Morley Cluster Primary Partnership to deliver a ‘Family support’ project. We are looking for 2 highly motivated and enthusiastic workers to work within this project.

The successful candidates will help children, young people and families overcome barriers to learning and participation and achieve their full potential they will encourage and empower children, young people and families to take responsibility for their welfare and development through widening aspirations and opportunities. These posts are funded until end of March 2023

Hours: 30 hours per week (Days and hours to be discussed at Interview)

Salary: £26,490.28 Full time equivalent – Actual Salary per annum £22,705.57

Closing Date: Wednesday 18th August 2021 at 12 noon

Interviews: Week Commencing 23rd August 2021

If interested in this post please download an application pack:-

Please note we do not accept CV’s for any of our vacancies – If you would like an application form emailing to you please email

Health for All is committed to safeguarding children, young people, and vulnerable adults all successful applications will be subject to an enhanced DBS and reference check.