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Community Outreach Project 'Work for You'

Brief Overview

Based in

  • Ayr – Whitletts (includes Dalmilling) and Lochside (includes North Wallacetown).
  • Kilmarnock – Onthank (includes Knockinlaw), Altonhill (includes Tourhill), Hillhead and Longpark.

Delivery: 5 Advisers based and working in Kilmarnock and 5 based and working in Ayr.


  • Tackle worklessness for households or individuals within these four neighbourhoods;
  • Engage effectively with individuals and through this engagement successfully engage with households in order to minimise the impact of the economic conditions;
  • Bring together key delivery partners to provide a co-ordinated approach that maximises resources and support available to individuals and households to address intergenerational worklessness;
  • Work with local partnerships to identify where this support is needed most ensuring it links effectively into wider economic planning and locally-agreed priorities;
  • Work closely with Social Landlords to support tenants to move from welfare to work;
  • Place Jobcentre Plus advisers in the community to deliver a ‘household’ advisory service where co-dependencies on benefits will be investigated; barriers to moving into work explored and action plans developed for engaged households;
  • Support inter-agency interventions within the community to bring all agencies together and provide added value to partnerships.
  • Achieve annually, a set of stretching targets, of engaging with 1000 people and placing 320 into employment with a sustainability target of 80% remaining in employment after 13 weeks.



More information can be obtained from:

Moira Kelly
‘Work For You’
Community Outreach Implementation Manager
Wallacetoun House
John Street

Tel: 01292 666080
Mobile: 07795825993

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Last updated: 15 September 2015

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