NAVCA members can advertise job vacancies free of charge.
Non-members can advertise job vacancies for a fee of £106.25 + VAT (registered charities may be able to apply for a VAT exemption).
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£23k - £25k per annum (pro rata); Part time; Permanent; Bury, Greater Manchester.
This exciting opportunity has arisen to join Bury VCFA to support our grants and financial administrative services. The post-holder will provide administrative support for: all aspects of the Bury VCFA grants process – including promotion of grants, eligibility, checking of applications, preparation and support for grant panels, awarding of grants, monitoring progress and preparing reports.
Closing date for applications is 25th February 2024.
£21,567 - £24,054; Full time; Permanent; Tiptree.
We are looking to recruit a positive organised person to our Scheduling team, to help provide administrative support so that our transport service meets the needs of our members. Duties are diverse and include administering bookings, organising driver schedules, allocating drivers to vehicles, processing orders for our Essential Living Fund project, database management and dealing with public enquiries both face to face and on the telephone. You would be joining a friendly team of ‘can-do’ people who work together to provide an excellent service.
Closing date for applications is 28th February 2024.
£47,000; Full time; Permanent; Erewash.
As Chief Executive you will lead the charity to ensure current services are run to the highest standard we are used to delivering. Develop new areas of work in the area. Provide strategic representation at a wide range of meeting both at Erewash and across Derbyhsire. We are seeking someone with a deep understanding of the VCSE sector, senior level experience and a comprehensive grasp of the health and social care landscape. Your strength will lay in forging robust partnerships and taking advantage of strategic opportunities for trans formative impact.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 28th February 2024.
£43,000 - 45,000; Full time; Permanent; York.
Do you have a background in the VCSE sector? Are you an exceptional leader with the ability to guide, develop and grow our dedicated team.? You will be an established senior manager with a proven track record of leading and managing diverse teams to deliver highly effective projects and programmes in the voluntary sector. You will have strong budget management skills and an up-to-date knowledge of funding, procurement, and commissioning activity. You will be leading the grant-giving programme, working with multiple stakeholders. On a personal level, you’ll be an excellent communicator, capable of working in challenging and changing circumstances with honesty, empathy, and integrity. You will have experience of relationship building, both internally with staff and externally with our partners, along with a deep understanding of the challenges facing the VCSE sector over the next couple of years. We are particularly interested in applications from candidates with experience in working with the health and care sector. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced leader to get involved in community-shaping work, and to boost your career in a respected infrastructure organisation.
Closing date for applications is 12am on 29th February 2024.
£25,286 per annum; Full time; Fixed term; St Helens, Merseyside.
Healthwatch St Helens are looking for a new team member to support engagement and communication work with local people, patients and partners. Healthwatch St Helens is the local watchdog for health and social care services, helping people to get the best out of local services, whether it’s improving them today or helping to shape them for tomorrow. Local Healthwatch is all about local voices being able to influence the delivery and design of local services. Not just people who use them, but anyone who might need to in the future. Working in the voluntary sector with amazing people is so very rewarding and being part of the team gives you the opportunity to make a difference to lots of people across the borough of St Helens. If this is the first time you’ve thought about working in the community and are interested in the vacancy, then please get in touch to find out more. Your skills, knowledge or experience could be what they are looking for.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 1st March 2024.
£27,500 (full time for 37 hours/week); Full time or Part time; Permanent (Funded to March 2027); Dorset – Hybrid working home and office base (Beech House, Poole).
Would you like to help us, and our partners, to work with local ethnically diverse community (EDC) groups to be stronger, thriving and more sustainable? We’re looking to employ a team of workers with a balance of skills, expertise and knowledge to engage and work with local EDC groups to build their capacity through developing their leadership, governance, volunteering, fundraising, communications and networking. The team will initially be employed by CAN but seconded to Dorset REC. You’ll be joining at an exciting time as we with our partners (Dorset REC, Dorset Community Foundation and BCP Council) have successfully attracted funding from the National Lottery Community Fund for three years to help develop the local EDC sector.
Closing date for applications is 10am on 8 March 2024.
NJC salary grade 39 – 41 (£47,420 - £49,498 p.a.); Full time; Permanent contract; Salford.
The Chief Operating Officer will be responsible for ensuring all of our programmes of work are delivered to a high standard, to targets and within timescales. They’ll be responsible for line managing all of our current service and programme managers, ensuring that service / programme operational plans (including KPIs) and individual staff work plans are in place and being adhered to. The successful candidate will need to be an excellent and experienced people manager – firm but fair – as they will also oversee the line management via these managers of all of our operational staff. They’ll also play a key HR role within the organisation. Candidates will need to understand, implement and manage information governance and GDPR; safeguarding rules and regulations; and all aspects of relevant health and safety. They’ll also oversee marketing and communications for the organisation, so will need to be media savvy and have excellent IT skills. Our successful candidate will require business and financial acumen to ensure that current and future operations continue on a sustainable and viable basis and will have the skills and experience to be able to evidence positive outcomes and impact for funders, customers and beneficiaries alike. We’re looking for someone who is a team player; a leader who is solutions-focused and who is able to effectively manage a range of people and services; a person who has a keen eye for detail but can see the bigger picture; who works hard but likes a laugh; and who believes in our values and purpose.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 11 March 2024.
£30k pa inc. OLW & 6% Pension; Full time; Fixed term 10 months - This is a pilot project and therefore has potential to be extended after the initial period; The role is split between Erith and Bexley.
We are looking for a Project Manager to take on the day-to-day running of the Bexley Community Champions scheme. Community Champions are volunteers who began by spreading awareness of the vaccine programme and local support for residents. Today, the programme has grown to include the improvement of health and well-being of local people, their immediate environment, and bringing communities closer together. Community Champions support all sorts of activities, from tackling mental health issues and obesity, to dealing with litter and having a say on health and care issues.
Closing date for applications is 12th March 2024.
£30k pa inc. OLW & 6% Pension; Full time; Permanent; Please note that the base for this role is at the Engine House, Bexley. In addition, the post will involve regular outreach at various venues across the borough.
You will champion volunteer management and best practice, thriving on raising the standards of volunteer management within volunteer involving organisations in Bexley. We believe that volunteering has the potential to profoundly change lives and communities. You will play a vital role in maximising the number of volunteers in Bexley, while ensuring they have a positive and high-quality experience wherever they volunteer. Your creativity and knowledge of upcoming trends will enable you to ensure that we lead on developing new models of volunteering within Bexley and find new ways to increase and diversify volunteers. Your previous experience of developing and managing volunteer programmes will enable you to share good practice and provide advice, guidance and support to organisations that involve volunteers. Your passion for volunteering and experience of working with a diverse range of people will enable you to support anybody who would like to volunteer to find the perfect opportunity for them.
Closing date for applications is 9am on 12th March 2024.
£29,032 pro rata; Full time or Part time; Fixed term 12 month contract; Dorset – Hybrid working home and office base (Beech House, Poole).
Would you like the opportunity to get in at the start of a new initiative? Develop and create a new service to help people achieve a better quality of life through a personalised approach? Do you want to enable people to have efficient and easy access to the excellent services and support delivered by charities and community organisations? BCP Council are developing an innovative Trusted Reviewer Programme as part of the Councils wider Personalisation Programme of which they have asked CAN to partner with them on its coproduction. The council’s priority is to support residents to live fulfilled lives within vibrant communities and to have an outstanding quality of life where everyone plays an active role adding life to years and years to life for residents. The Care Act 2014 has firmly established personal budgets, choice and control into the ways care and support needs are met. This strengths-based approach uses different thinking about how, fundamentally, people, their carers and their wider family are supported. The Personalisation Programme has several aligned and complementary projects to ensure positive changes and good outcomes for those who are supported.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 25 March 2024.
£32,500 pro rata; Full time or Part time; Fixed term 12 month contract; Dorset – Hybrid working home and office base (Beech House, Poole).
Would you like the opportunity to get in at the start of a new initiative? Develop and create a new service to help people achieve a better quality of life through a personalised approach? Do you want to enable people to have efficient and easy access to the excellent services and support delivered by charities and community organisations? BCP Council are developing an innovative Trusted Reviewer Programme as part of the Councils wider Personalisation Programme of which they have asked CAN to partner with them on its coproduction. The council’s priority is to support residents to live fulfilled lives within vibrant communities and to have an outstanding quality of life where everyone plays an active role adding life to years and years to life for residents. The Personalisation Programme has several aligned and complementary projects to ensure positive changes and good outcomes for those who are supported.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 25 March 2024.
£10.90 per hour (increasing to £12 per hour from 1st May 2024); Part time; Casual; Sefton.
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