Deadline 2nd November
Working for Hull Community Church
30hr per week, £23,333 – 25,666 FTE
Overall purpose of the job: To coordinate and organise the running of the church centre and events. This will include leading on building management and maintenance, line management of caretaking, cleaning and administration staff, health and safety, events planning and coordination, book keeping, and all the administration needs of the organisation.
To apply for this role, please send a CV that outlines your relevant experience and training. Then please also write up to 2 pages demonstrating how you are competent in the six ‘competencies’ listed in the job description. They are looking for examples of how you have used and demonstrated these competencies in action, rather than a list of jobs or qualifications. These can be examples from volunteering experience, home life, paid employment or elsewhere. Send your CV etc to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline 6th November
(12 month FTC or secondment opportunity)
37 hours per week
The ambition of the Humber, Coast and Vale (HCV) Partnership is for everyone in our area to: start well, live well and age well.
This means shifting the focus of our work from picking people up when they fall to helping to prevent them from becoming unwell in the first place and supporting more people to manage their health and wellbeing at home so they can get on with living happy and fulfilling lives.
To do this, we need to look at how we deliver health and social care services working in partnership with other sectors including the VCSE sector, a key partner in delivering transformation of health and wellbeing in our region
An exciting new position of Programme Director has been created to ensure the VCSE sector has a strong influential voice and visibility, and is able to contribute to the health and well-being of the Humber Coast and Vale population.
You will be part of a dynamic team in delivering the effective implementation of the Humber Coast and Vale third sector input across the partnership as well as managing the day to day activity of the VCS Leadership Programme.
A natural collaborator, the successful candidate will quickly establish credible and professional relationships with colleagues across the partnership to deliver the transformation required.
You will have significant experience at a senior level in leading and managing change, an understanding of, and experience of working with the VCSE sector, ideally in the context of improving health and wellbeing outcomes and an understanding and knowledge of the workings of the NHS, the challenges it faces and of the reform agenda.
This is not a job for the faint hearted. If you believe you can help bring about effective cultural change then please download an application pack along with the application form here and return completed application forms to email@example.com.
Applications for secondments into this role from relevant organisations are welcome. For any informal enquiries about the role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date is Friday 6 November 2020
Interviews will take place on Tuesday 1 December at YorkCVS
Deadline 28th October
A position has become available for a Fundraiser, 16 hours per week (flexible working) Spinal Column Point 7- 9 £20,092 – £20,903 (Pro rata)
Hull Women’s Aid is a registered charity based in Hull, providing support services to women, children and young people affected by domestic abuse.
They are facing one of the most challenging times in their organisation’s history, seeing a rising demand for their services against the backdrop of uncertain funding. They seek a talented fundraiser to help them sustain and grow their income to succeed in their mission.
If you think this is you, they want to hear from you.
They will consider applications for 16 hours per week (flexible working)
As a Fundraiser, you will work remotely initially, with an option to continue some remote working longer term.
In return for your drive and passion, you are offered 3% matched pension contribution from 3rd month of employment onwards, and 25 days’ annual leave (pro rata for part time) rising with length in service.
Closing date: Noon on Wednesday, 28th October 2020. Interviews W/C 2nd November
This post is open to women only. The Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1.
Secure Futures is a project based in Hull, which works with 16 – 25 year olds who are either homeless, or face the risk of homelessness. It works with young people, using sports as a tool for personal development and change, and also provides housing, support and training. The project is a partnership project between Giroscope and Vulcan Learning Centre.
They are looking for a motivated individual committed to working with young people; who will often have complex and challenging backgrounds. They are looking for someone with a passion for youth work, who can inspire young people to overcome their barriers, empowering them to engage with sports and helping them into safe, secure housing, employment and training. You will have the support of colleagues who will share your skill, enthusiasm and motivation. Your work may be challenging, but always diverse and rewarding.
If you are professional, dedicated and passionate about social change, with a desire to support young people and to develop your skills, we would like to hear from you. Giroscope would especially like to hear from you if you have relevant qualifications or experience working in a similar role. They would welcome applications from people who have solid experience as a practitioner in a statutory or third sector role, and would encourage applications from people dedicated to their work and having a willingness to share their professionalism, judgement and experience.
Salary £20k – £25K per annum (depending on qualifications/experience/skills)
Based at Giroscope/Vulcan Learning Centre & Boxing Club
Post will remain open until filled
This post is for a 3 year fixed contract. (May be extended)
Full Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form are available at www.giroscope.org.uk
Giroscope is looking for an enthusiastic, professional and diligent person to administer and monitor Giroscope’s ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) project. The project is based around the renovation of the former St Matthews church on Boulevard in Hull. The building will be developed into an enterprise hub with business support being provided to new and existing enterprises.
Approximately 16 – 24 hours/week (TBN) based on a pro rata salary of circa £20K pa
Fixed term contract
If you have experience of processing ESIF (European Structural Investment Funds – ERDF/ESF) or are interested in further information about the post, please contact us at: CLLD@giroscope.org.uk
The Full Job Description, Person Specification and Application Form available at www.giroscope.org.uk.
The post will remain open until filled