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Sharon Bolton - firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsible for the strategic leadership and management of Haringey Works Employment Support Team and Haringey Works Temporary service, driving forward the Economic Recovery Agenda and achieving the borough plan objectives.
Tracey Fergus - email@example.com
Team Leader for the Business Support functions and the newly formed Specialist Employment Advisors. Accountable for supporting the team to achieve outcomes and meeting the employment support needs of the most vulnerable residents in
the borough through targeted employment support approach. Responsible for implementing the delivery and strategic plan for the Haringey Works service.
Andrew Brockbank - Andrew.Brockbank@haringey.gov.uk
Responsible for implementing the delivery and strategic plan for the service and supporting the Generalist Adviser and Employer Engagement team to achieve its outcomes.
Faridun Kurbonmamadov - firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsible for the project management of the ESF contract and supporting the ESF Employment Advisors to achieve its outcomes.
We support service areas with the design, modernisation, development, and implementation of service-specific requirements. Assist with matters affecting the wider staff group. Queries that relate to Haringey residents, businesses,
Michelle Duffour - email@example.com
The service first point of contact. Providing support to the Haringey Works service with the administrative functions and project support.
Jasmin Mengue Bekale - firstname.lastname@example.org
Supports the development and delivery of the ESF Connecting Communities programme.
Dorcas Gyasi - email@example.com
Responsible for working with businesses and organisations to provide tailored support with their recruitment needs. Working with the adviser team to source, screen and recruit local talent for employers.
The Specialist Team- Provide specialist areas of advice and support to the most vulnerable residents in Haringey. The team is made up of individuals with specialist knowledge of resident groups and finding creative solutions to support
Haringey residents into employment.
Lucy Edwards - firstname.lastname@example.org
Focused on supporting residents aged 18-34 who have learning disabilities or autism. The service includes individualised support, training/upskilling, CV building, interview preparation and techniques, pre-employment training and in
work support for 6 months.
Appointments can be made in person or via MS Teams.
Jenavi Omoma - Jenavi.email@example.com.
Focused on supporting any 18–24-year-olds considered ‘at risk’ of serious youth violence (victims or perpetrators), risk of dropping out of full-time education or those at risk of long-term unemployment.
Careers support includes career planning, CV writing, targeted job searching, shortlisting for live job vacancies, interview preparation, signposting/referral to traineeships or apprenticeships and career coaching.
Appointments can be made in person or via MS Teams to fit around client circumstances.
To be Appointed - To be Appointed
Focused on engaging with residents 18+ providing employment support and guidance within the Construction sector. This includes supporting developers and contractors with fulfilling S106, Social Value obligations and maximising employment
opportunities for Haringey residents.
David Hart - firstname.lastname@example.org
I provide personalised support to people who are receiving help from substance misuse services who wish to move into sustainable employment.
My focus is to support clients in identifying their strengths, skills and aspirations to create the right job match, including working to understand their background, potential barriers and to develop a tailored action plan around
their job goals.
As part of a community health team where I adopt a tried and tested approach called Individual Placement and Support which helps to bridge the gap between misconceptions around substance misuse and employment.
Fatma Mehmet - email@example.com
Relande Barrett-Gordon - firstname.lastname@example.org
Natasha Williams - email@example.com
Mohamoud Ismail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Natasha (Broadwater Farm Estate) and Mohamoud (Northumberland Park) supports residents to identify the most appropriate Employment Support provider based on their personal circumstances. They are available to residents in those areas
to meet face to face, deliver employability workshops and to signpost to relevant services.
The Generalist Team are highly skilled Employment Advisors with a vast knowledge of all sectors and support needs. They engage and work with residents looking for employment or changing careers.
Dion Solomon - Dion.email@example.com
Oliver Hopkinson - Oliver.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Connected Communities Advisors are generalist advisors who have a vast knowledge across all sectors, supporting residents into employment and have access to wrap around services for additional support needs. Mainly focused on supporting
migrants into employment. We also have trained employment advisors who can submit all applications to the ECCTIS (NARIC) qualification conversion service.
Nadir Alvis - email@example.com
Lashly Rose - firstname.lastname@example.org
Margot Toppin -
Lakeem Greaves - email@example.com
John Mackenzie - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sabrina Rivera - email@example.com
The new Haringey Works Temporary Recruitment Service connects Haringey residents to temporary roles within the council within the following sectors.
Aarti Chhatwal - Aarti.firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsible to lead the Local Candidate Sourcing and Opportunity Service as a viable option for local skilled residents. Proactively recruiting Haringey residents to join the Haringey Works talent pool and to register interest in working
for the Council on a temporary basis. Responsible for Shortlisting candidates and further Match appropriate candidates in the talent pool to live opportunities, working closely with HR (Human Resources) and relevant service areas
to understand their temporary worker requirements. First point of contact to all the Hiring Managers and Team Leaders to meet their Recruitment needs for their wide range of services.
Alex Aasuquo - Alex.email@example.com
Devise administrative systems that maintain the Talent Pool with a continuous good supply of candidates and CVs in line with the Council’s temporary worker requirements. Network, promote and market the service to residents. Carry out
ID and Right to Work, references checks on residents who have registered an interest in working for the Council on a temporary basis. Search the Talent Pool for appropriate CVs to meet the temporary worker requirements. Assist