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£23, 814 to £26,750 FTE; Full time; Fixed Term 6 Months; Worksop.
The VCS Engagement Worker(s) will be an ‘on the ground’ voluntary sector post. The posts will focus on group and community engagement including working with new and established groups and volunteers. The posts will have a particular focus on local communities at ward level in Worksop and particularly Manton The post will be based at BCVS Worksop office and will work remotely within the target community from a range of local community-based locations to support the growth and development of VCS organisations, volunteering and to raise awareness of the support that BCVS can provide.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 6th December 2023.
£10.90 per hour (Living Wage Foundation rate); Part time; Permanent; Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
As Housekeeper, you will be responsible for ensuring that VAR’s premises are kept clean and tidy using the equipment provided and following safe working methods. As well as ensuring all internal and main external areas are clean and rubbish-free, you will also be responsible for unlocking and securing the premises as necessary. As well as being able to undertake the housekeeping duties required, the successful candidate must be able to work alone or as part of a small team, communicate effectively with users of the building and have a basic understanding of health and safety procedures. The successful candidate must be a good timekeeper, adhere to strict confidentiality guidelines and be willing to work flexible hours when required to meet work demands, including being able to cover for holidays and other absences.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 8 December 2023.
£46,000; Full time; Permanent; In Tower Hamlets but working across North-East London.
We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Development Director to lead the development of the North-East London Voluntary and Community Sector Collaborative (NEL VCS Collaborative). Can you help to ensure that voluntary & community sector voices are embedded in the health system? Do you share our vision of reducing health inequalities? Are you a leader who can work with a range of stakeholders to develop our collaborative in North-East London? What is the VCSE Collaborative? The VCS Collaborative is a body of voluntary & community sector representatives and a representative from the ICB that collaborates to ensure that the design and delivery of health and care services works for residents. The position will be hosted by Tower Hamlets CVS although the post holder will be accountable to the NEL VCSE Collaborative Leadership Group and will be expected to work equitably across the North-East London sub-region. The vision The North-East London Voluntary and Community Sectors work in equitable partnership with statutory partners across North East London Integrated Care System, shaping the design and delivery of services for our diverse communities, to tackle health inequalities, and support residents to live longer in good health.
Closing date for applications is 9:30am on 11 December 2023.
£29,153 per year; Full time; Fixed term - 1 year; Wakefield District.
We’re hiring a Project Lead to join our new Core20PLUS5project team at Live Well Wakefield, who’ll be supporting local residents to improve their health and wellbeing and working to reduce health inequalities across Wakefield District. This is an exciting opportunity to get involved with this important project from the very start and make a difference for local people! Not only that, you’ll be joining a supportive team and receive a range of benefits. The Project Lead will oversee the development, implementation, and ongoing evaluation of the project along with Live Well Wakefield management, to ensure the project achieves its aims, and meets the needs of clients and commissioners.
Closing date for applications is 5pm on 19 December 2023.
£26,130 per year; Full time; Fixed term - 1 year; Wakefield District.
We’re hiring a Social Prescriber to join our new Core20PLUS5project team at Live Well Wakefield, who’ll be supporting local residents to improve their health and wellbeing and working to reduce health inequalities across Wakefield District. This is an exciting opportunity to get involved with this important project from the very start and make a difference for local people! Not only that, you’ll be joining a supportive team and receive a range of benefits. The Social Prescriber will work together with individuals to address any non-medical needs they may have, to improve the persons overall health and wellbeing, and to reduce social barriers in order for them to be able to take up, attend and adhere to health appointments and care plans independently in the future.
Closing date for applications is 5pm on 19 December 2023.
NJC Senior Officer 2 SCP 27-28 £31,146 (pro-rata 32 hours per week) plus 3% pension contribution; Part time; Fixed term (21 months currently); Mottingham.
Mottingham Big Local Refocused (MBLR) Partnership is delighted to be recruiting a Programme Manager. Mottingham is one of the local areas in England benefiting from £1 million Big Lottery investment. This is an exciting opportunity to help us to deliver our new Plan and vision for the Mottingham Big Local area. The aim is to coordinate Big Local activity and build the local social infrastructure over the remaining period of the programme. The successful candidate will lead on strategic cross-sector engagement within the Mottingham Big Local area and across the London Borough of Bromley to strengthen and inform programme delivery and optimise funding opportunities. You will also lead on creating a sustainable MBLR legacy, including working on a successor organisation.
Closing date for applications is 5pm on 11 December 2023.
£35,804 (£33,992 + OLW); Full time; 2 years (may be extended dependent on funding); Regular travel throughout the whole borough of Bexley.
Bexley Voluntary Services Council (BVSC) require a Development Officer with excellent interpersonal and communication skills to work closely with charities and voluntary organisations in Bexley. You will provide an organisational development support service to build the capacity, sustainability and resilience of the sector. You will develop an offer of both group training and one-to-one support, have good knowledge or experience of governance, compliance, funding, and organisational growth. You will have a strong interest and/or experience of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) ensuring we raise the bar in Bexley!
Closing date for applications is 9am on 19th December 2023, but we encourage you to apply early, as applications will be reviewed as soon as they are received, and we reserve the right to close the advert sooner subject to finding a suitable candidate.
£21,937.50 per annum; Full time; Permanent; Ipswich.
In this essential role, you will provide high-quality administrative assistance to the HR function in the mornings and support to our Brightspace reception in the afternoons (12.30pm – 5.00pm). We are looking for an exceptional communicator who is highly organised, meticulous and has a thorough approach to work. As variety is key to this post, you will be working collaboratively with other teams within CAS and external stakeholders to undertake a broad range of duties. These require attention to detail and good customer service as well as interpersonal and team working skills. You should be a self-starter with the ability to use your own initiative and meet agreed deadlines, but most importantly a go-to person who is dependable, calm, friendly and energetic. You will also have good knowledge of MS Office, Outlook and Teams.
Applications for this role will be reviewed and considered on an ongoing basis until the role is filled. Interviews will be arranged according to availability. We therefore encourage you to submit your application at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment, as we reserve the right to close this job listing once a successful candidate is appointed.
£ 27,358 - £32,020; Full time; Permanent; Colchester.
Are you a master at multitasking? A scheduling guru? A problem-solving prodigy? We are on the hunt for an exceptional Personal Assistant to the CEO as our current PA steps into a well-deserved retirement. Who you are • A maestro of discretion who can handle sensitive information with finesse. • A right-hand confidante to our visionary CEO. • A marvel at minute taking using shorthand, speedwriting or another appropriate method. You will often attend high level strategic meetings both internally and externally. • A communication champion who can bridge gaps with ease. • A proactive problem solver who always stays a step ahead. • A true team player who thrives under pressure. • An expert at keeping the chaos at bay with your impeccable organisational prowess, juggling priorities whilst maintaining a zen-like calm! • Tactful, confidential and diplomatic. • An exceptional organiser who can coordinate meetings and workshops, conferences, and events. • Skilled at using IT, including Email, Internet, MS Office applications, Database and Cloud technologies. • Flexible, with a ‘can do’ attitude. • The ability to be proactive and take the initiative.
Closing date for applications is 31 December 2023.
£27,340 per year inc. OLW & 6% pension; Full time; 16 Months Fixed Term. NB: We are seeking longer-term funding for this project; Please note that the base for this role is Engine House, Bexley, but will involve frequent travel to GP surgeries and community spaces.
We are looking for a Health and Wellbeing Coach to support our Social Prescribing Project. You will be passionate about supporting people with long-term conditions. We are particularly interested in a candidate with lived experience of managing, or have independently reversed, a long-term condition such as Diabetes, heart disease or chronic kidney disease. Your role will be supporting residents to increase their ability to self-manage long-term conditions and encourage them to take pro-active steps to improve the way they manage their physical and mental health, centred around what matters to them. This could include working with local Voluntary Sector groups to connect residents to the right support or exploring new opportunities in partnership with other voluntary organisations. We are looking for a dynamic, vibrant candidate that can inspire and motivate people to make lasting changes to people’s lifestyle and health.
Closing date for applications is 9am on Tuesday 2nd January 2024.
NJC Point 5 - £23,500 per annum; Full time; Fixed Term; Salford.
For the role of Administrative Assistant, we welcome applications from a broad range of people – from those just starting out on their employment journey to those who are looking for a role that meets their employment needs at another stage in their life. The post holder will have a key role within the Administration Team and will support the smooth running of the organisation’s activities. The role requires excellent attention to detail and a highly organised approach. You will work with a wide variety of people and (with support) undertake a wide variety of tasks. Main purposes of the post Support all aspects of the administration of the organisation, supporting the whole staff team across our three key pillars of work. If you’re enthusiastic about the role, willing to learn and adapt, and interested in what we do – then we’re keen to hear from you!
Closing date for applications is 4th January 2024.
£30,000-£32,000pa; Full time; Permanent; Bury, Greater Manchester.
This role is part of Bury VCFA Capacity Building Team. The post holder will ensure the effective delivery of our VCSE sector capacity building services. You will be providing guidance and leadership to the Capacity Building Team across volunteering, VCSE sector governance, funding, safeguarding and community development. You will connect our capacity building support to our broader service offer as a key member of the Operational Leadership Team. You’ll be guiding, supporting and building a strong and effective team that can meet the changing development needs of Burys’ VCSE sector. You’ll be connecting with partners, analysing team performance and ensuring that the VCSE sector is kept up-to-date on legal and policy developments.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 7 January 2024.
£25,000-£26,500; Full time; Permanent; Bury, Greater Manchester.
This role is as diverse as our sector! No two weeks are the same. But ultimately, we are looking for someone: • With the ability to communicate with a wide and diverse range of people in a culturally sensitive way • Who has a passion for volunteering and the difference it can make for individuals, organisations and communities. • Who can build strong and trusting relationships with VCSE organisations and can be a representative of Bury VCFA in the community • Who has a problem-solving approach – with patience, listening skills and the ability to provide a professional challenge if needed. • Who has the passion and skill to work as part of a team to support the VCSE sector and genuinely improve the quality of life for people living in Bury. This post is part of our capacity building team which delivers the key work of Bury VCFA.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 7 January 2024.
£33,622 to £37,299 depending on experience; Full time; Fixed-term to 31st March 2025; Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
Voluntary Action Rotherham is the lead body for supporting, developing and promoting the voluntary and community sector in Rotherham. Our role is to facilitate effective action to bring about positive change in the lives of individuals and communities. The First Step programme aims to bridge the gap between engagement work within the VCS and formal employability offers available through key stakeholders. You will be responsible for engaging with VCS groups as well as beneficiaries to raise awareness of employability issues in order to promote offers and increase referrals. As well as delivering a Supported Volunteering Program, working with those furthest away from the job market, you will also manage and deliver the commissioning of small contracts with the VCS and build an active and inclusive network for those groups interested in supporting employability outcomes. As well as being able to undertake the duties required, ideally with experience of having worked directly within an employability context, the successful candidate must be able to lead, manage and implement projects successfully and to timescales. With the ability to maintain effective working relationships, you should also be able to work alone or as part of a small team and be able to travel as part of the role.
Closing date for applications is 12pm on 8 January 2024.
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