Location: Grimsby Based
Centre4 are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and motivated Caretaker to join our team. You will need to undertake all aspects of maintenance, security and cleaning of Centre4 and ensure associated grounds are kept in good order in accordance with Health and Safety Legislation.
You must be flexible and prepared to work weekends and evenings, have good organisational and communication skills and have the ability to undertake small DIY requests.
For an application pack please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01472) 236688
Closing date: 1pm, Monday 26 February 2018
Interview dates: Monday 5 March 2018
Flexible working patterns, Temp/PT contract
£22k pa pro rata
Job title: Tutor Functional Skills / English/ Maths / ICT Skills for Life and Work
Responsible to: Emmaus Functional Skills Leader
Purpose of post:
- To plan and deliver high quality teaching, learning, assessment and tutorial support to Emmaus companions and volunteers, to maximise achievement and support continuous improvement.
- To teach and assess Functional English/ Maths/ ICT within a range of vocational areas, mainly to adult learners.
- To provide guidance and support to vocational mentors. To plan and deliver innovative teaching sessions to inspire and motivate.
The post holder will be required:
- To teach and assess Functional skills English/ Maths / ICT to Emmaus companions.
- To support vocational mentors to embed Functional Skills in schemes of work and lesson plans.
- To devise a programme of learning (scheme of work) with appropriate effective teaching and learning strategies, resources and assessments.
- To support the principles of effective learning by participating in the development of shared teaching and learning resources for Functional Skills.
- To maintain attendance registers, records of progress and ensure Learners are correctly enrolled with the Emmaus and Awarding Bodies.
- To undertake professional development and training to contribute to individual and Emmaus development as agreed through professional review, so evaluating and enhancing own practice.
- To contribute to the effective implementation of High Quality Learning modules.
- To present the Emmaus and ensure that all areas of personal activity comply with the standards laid down by the Emmaus and Emmaus UK.
- To carry out all duties with due regard to Health and Safety regulations.
- To ensure compliance with the Financial Regulations of Emmaus.
- To positively promote equality of opportunity for staff and learners.
- To carry out other duties as may reasonably be required from time to time.
- To deliver employability programmes for companions to enable progression.
This job description is intended to provide a general guide to the duties and responsibilities of the post and aims to set this in the context of the framework within which the post holder is expected to operate.
For more information e-mail Kelly@emmaushull.org.uk
Deadline 5th March
Specialist Advice Team Leader
SCP 31 (£27,668) pro-rata, pay award pending
29.6 hrs per week
Generalist Advice Team Leader
SCP 28 (£24,964) pro-rata, pay award pending
29.6 hrs per week
Better Leeds Communities are an innovative local organisation. their core values are excellence, collaboration, inclusion and sustainability; these run through all activities. They create opportunities for people to achieve their potential by raising aspirations, removing barriers and delivering sustainable community initiatives.
Better Leeds Communities have a strong 16 years track record of delivering quality advice services and now we’re looking to expand their teams.
They’re looking for experienced advisors with demonstrable project management abilities. Enthusiastic, motivated and change-positive with the aptitude to lead a diverse team; you’ll be creative, confident communicators at all levels.
You’ll lead the teams to create lasting impact in the lives of clients.
In return, you will receive a competitive salary, 38 days annual leave (pro rata, inclusive of bank holidays) and a 5% employer contribution pension package.
For informal enquiries about either role, please contact Heather Pollard, Operations Manager, on 0113 275 4142
Please submit all applications via email to email@example.com
Closing date: 8am Monday 5th March
Assessment Centre: Friday 9th March
Interviews: Monday 12th/Thursday 15th March
Deadline 9th March
The successful candidate will work closely with Trustees to drive the organisation forward and they are looking for someone to join them to make a real difference. The role can be demanding with competing priorities but you will have the job satisfaction of securing the future of this local organisation so it can continue to provide outstanding services to meet the current and future needs of the community.
The position is based in Easingwold and is for 14-16 hours a week to be worked flexibly (with a minimum of two mornings office based); Salary is £26-28K per annum, pro rata.
The office is open 9am -1pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
The successful candidate will have experience of working in the voluntary/community sector, leading a small team of dedicated and friendly staff and volunteers and working closely with partners across Hambleton District.
For a Job Description and details of how to apply please contact Tina Chamberlain on 01347 822875 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . The closing date for applications is Friday 9 March 2018 and interviews will be held on Wednesday 14 March.
Deadline 2nd March
Area Lead – Combatting Violence and Abuse in BAMER Communities (including Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation)
Based in Hull, with regular regional and occasional national travel
Permanent, subject to funding
21 hours per week (future potential to become full time)
Salary: £24,000 – 26,000 pa (pro rata)
Are you an inspiring, driven and compassionate individual, passionate about making a difference? If so, Ashiana is looking for a Project Manager to lead their Humberside provision for BAMER women whose lives have been affected by violence and abuse and play a key role in its development and future funding.
Ashiana Sheffield works with Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) women, children and young people to escape violence and abuse and specialise in those areas of abuse which are most prevalent within BAMER communities such as domestic and sexual abuse, forced marriage, female genital mutilation, human trafficking, gang violence and ‘honour’-based violence.
The aim of their work is to increase life opportunities to enable those that are vulnerable to move away from the risk of violence and into safe, stable and happier futures.
Ashiana is going through an exciting period of growth and is looking for a committed individual to work with and support the Senior Management Team to develop their existing work with women who are victims (or potential victims) of modern slavery, human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Humberside and to further enhance our services to women whose lives are affected by violence and abuse within existing and emerging Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) communities.
Key elements of the role include maintaining positive relationships with funders; developing productive relationships with key statutory and voluntary sector agencies and will take responsibility for the operations of services in the area.
The candidate will have:
- Strong experience of managing, coordinating and developing staff with a proven track record of successful leadership and project development.
- Commitment to the values of the organisation in supporting vulnerable women and children, who can drive their aim to enhance women’s provision in Yorkshire and Humberside.
- Experience of working with BAMER groups in a professional or voluntary capacity or an evidence of passion for and commitment to support BAMER clients is desirable.
- Excellent IT skills and experience of working with management information systems/processes would be an advantage.
- Outstanding communication, interpersonal and organisational abilities
- A flexible, collaborative and proactive approach to work
In return, you can expect a competitive salary, generous leave allowance, staff pension and flexible working.
This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who would like to develop their skills across a range of sectors to support a leading local charity and improve the quality of life of some of the UK’s most vulnerable women and children.
To apply, please go to their website for an application pack. For an informal chat please call Nicola Lambe, Chief Executive on 0114 2555740.
This post is restricted to female applicants under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1.