Deadline 27th September
Salary: £16,965 FTE Annual Salary
Hours: 16 hours per week
To work as part of the busy Falls Prevention Team to assist in the effective and efficient delivery of Age UK Hull’s Falls Prevention Service and to also provide information and advice to older people, their carer(s) and families.
Provide excellent quality advice for older people and their carer(s) either in house or by suitable referral to outside agencies or partners.
Maintain accurate and up to date systems and records in line with the Age UK I&A Quality Programme benchmarks, the Advice Quality Standard and other specific project requirements.
CV’s will not be accepted
For more information and to obtain an application pack please call 01482 324644, email Age UK Hull at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For an informal discussion please contact their Services Manager on 01482 591512
Deadline 30th September
Age UK North Yorkshire and Darlington are looking for a CEO with passion to support older people enjoy later life and maintain their independence, to lead and motivate their staff, to enthuse volunteers and to further expand their services.
General and financial management skills will be essential along with the ability to demonstrate the commercial acumen required to generate funding from different sources – plus the personality to build on the energy and commitment which recently led to them achieving the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
If you have the skills and experience for this key role, please contact Sue Moore on 01325 362832 or email email@example.com for an application pack.
Deadline 23rd September
Based in York
Full Time (Possible flexible hours, minimum 30 hours per week for the right candidate)
£36,934 per annum based on a 37 hour week
Pension contribution of 9% gross annual salary
SASH is a registered charity providing accommodation for homeless young people aged 16-25 in the homes of its volunteer hosts.
Can you lead their income generation activities to ensure they meet challenging funding targets?
SASH are recruiting a Fundraising Manager to manage existing fundraising activities and to develop new income streams.
The ideal candidate will have a proven track-record of leading fundraising teams and building successful relationships and partnerships at a senior level including major donors, business partners, trusts and foundations and community groups.
To read the job description and person specification, and download the application form go to their website .
Completed application forms to be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org (please do not send CVs).
Closing date: Monday 23 September at 12 noon
Interviews: Wednesday 2 October
Deadline 15th September
Humber Community Advice Services (H-CAS) are looking to employ an Administration Officer
(Part–time, Fixed Term contract until September 2020)
Main Purpose: Performing administrative duties for the smooth running of H-CAS.
- Office administration, filing, letter writing, form filling, etc.
- Assisting in the creation & distribution of publicity materials to increase awareness, provide information and widen participation.
Monitoring and Evaluation
- To compile and maintain auditable records, both paper and electronic, of the H-CAS activities.
- To maintain a database of project staff, volunteers, clients, partners and associated contacts.
- Assist in arranging events, evaluations, client feedback, etc.
Carry out such other duties as may be reasonably requested for the success of the H-CAS projects.
Experience and Knowledge
- Experience of office administration is essential.
- Experience of working with Information Technology applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Experience of working with people from diverse background, preferably with minority ethnic communities; or those who are marginalised or excluded.
Qualities, Abilities and Skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Good interpersonal skills and a commitment to equality & diversity.
- Enthusiasm, reliability and self-motivation, with a flexible approach to work.
- Working as part of a team, with an ability to schedule work and manage deadlines.
- Knowledge of Arabic would be desirable.
A competitive salary will be offered.
The closing date for receiving the applications is 15th September, 2019
For an application form please contact H-CAS by e-mail: email@example.com; or on Tel: 01482 236460 or 07914 635641.
In the event that you don’t hear from them by 20th September, 2019, then kindly accept that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Deadline 13th September
Hours: Full time 37.5 per week
Salary: £22,795 per annum
Closing date: 5pm on Friday 13 September 2019
An exciting opportunity has arisen due to the creation of new roles working within an established service which supports adults aged 18+ to improve their health and wellbeing.
The NHS Long Term Plan sets out a direction for the NHS in England over the next 10 years. A cornerstone of the plan is to give people greater control over their own health, and this includes plans to roll out social prescribing. This commitment creates an exciting opportunity to build on the good practice and success of the Live Well Wakefield service, the existing local social prescription service.
- You will work closely with primary care surgeries and will empower clients to access non-medical social solutions to address their needs; in turn working to reduce attendances to general practice, hospital admissions and providing an alternative to medication.
- You will work alongside a highly skilled and motivated team, delivering a well-respected, high quality and personalised referral based service across the Wakefield District which supports health, wellbeing and independence.
- You will have a good understanding of health and social care services and of the community and voluntary sectors. You will understand the influence these services can have on improving a client’s health and wellbeing and possess the skills to create rapport, influence positively and support clients to identify and achieve personal goals.
- You will be educated to degree level or have at least 2 years’ experience working in a health, social care or community development role.
- You will work closely with a wide range of health, social care and voluntary and community sector organisations across the Wakefield District and therefore will be required to be a confident and natural communicator with excellent organisational skills to coordinate the multiple aspects of this job role.
The post is fixed term for 1 year, with the potential to extend for up to 5 years.
Please note this post requires an Enhanced DBS Check to be carried out.
Closing date: 5pm on Friday 13 September 2019. They reserve the right to close this advert early should we receive sufficient applications.
Interview date: Interviews are currently planned for Tuesday 24 September 2019.