Deadline 7th August
They are looking for individuals to strengthen their Fundraising and Marketing team in the areas of community fundraising and the coordination and writing of tenders and bids.
Community Fundraiser (full or part time)
circa £21,000 per annum (for 37 hours)
In this varied and exciting role you will be responsible for delivering Mind’s community fundraising plans, including planning events and activities, supporting fundraisers, working with volunteers and creating new ideas and strategies to help them reach their fundraising targets. Enthusiastic and confident, you will be able to encourage and motivate volunteers, as well as being reliable, highly organised, and have experience of community fundraising, ideally in a similar role, although this is not essential.
Funding Coordinator (full or part time)
circa £22,000 per annum (for 37 hours) The main focus of this post is to co-ordinate the submission of funding bids and tenders to secure funding for Mind’s work. You will also contribute to the content of bids or write a funding bid from scratch. The successful candidate will have relevant experience of planning and organising their work and be skilled at writing persuasively.
The hours for both posts are flexible and may be full or part-time by negotiation. Some travel will be required therefore applicants must have a full current driving license and access to their own transport for work purposes. Applicants must be empathic towards anyone who is experiencing mental health difficulties. The posts are subject to a DBS Disclosure.
For further information about Hull and East Yorkshire Mind please go to the careers page of the website where you will also find an information pack, application and Equal Opportunities forms. If you require an application pack in a different format please contact the Administration Office on 01482 240200.
Closing date: Tuesday, 07 August Interview dates 16/17 August
Deadline 6th August
FiND is a charity providing day services meeting the needs of individuals with physical and learning disabilities and/or autism. The services are designed to provide stimulating, fulfilling and enjoyable activities throughout the day which are specially designed for each person. They encourage every individual to be as independent as possible by promoting positive and meaningful experiences based on a person-centered approach through choices, My Plans, one page profiles and staff matching.
FiND provides a range of activities which are important to the young person within a safe, supportive and friendly environment indoors, outdoors and in the community. FiND have a variety of different rooms, including art rooms, kitchens, sensory rooms and computer rooms. They also have a gardening area with a greenhouse. They provide opportunities to enhance the individual’s social and communication skills, to build positive relationships, confidence and self-esteem.
FiND are currently seeking individuals who are enthusiastic, dedicated, hardworking and able to join an established team. The successful applicant will work to ensure that the quality of care remains high as well as ensuring that FiND’s core values are implemented.
Previous experience of working in a caring role is essential.
If you are interested in applying for the position then please contact either Angela Colley (01482) 870785 , email@example.com or Gayle Rea (01482) 640253, Gayle.firstname.lastname@example.org for an application pack.
Closing date : Monday 6th August 2018 at 9am
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 22nd August 2018.
The Live at Home Scheme Manager is responsible for developing and managing the Live at Home Scheme to meet the needs of older people within the local community. A pivotal part of this role is community development; to bring communities together for the better. Maintaining and obtaining funding and partnership working are key in order to keep the scheme functioning and excelling in bettering the lives of older people and therefore confidence in funding bids and building solid working relationships are essential.
The post requires an individual with a range of business and operational skills, but critically, who possess a strong drive to deliver high quality services that reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness and promote the wellbeing of older people across a range of community settings.
The Scheme Manager will be responsible for line managing any additional staff appointments to the Scheme – this will depend upon the size of the Scheme and the breadth and volume of services delivered. Volunteers are crucial to the successful operating of any MHA Live at Home Scheme and the Scheme Manager will be responsible for the recruitment and selection and on-going support and supervision of all Volunteers.
For more information on the job role please visit the MHA description here.
Deadline 3rd August
37 Hours per week based in Hull circa £22,000 per annum
Using your strong administrative skills you will support the Senior Management Team to make the best use of their time. This is a new role which carries a high level of responsibility and the opportunity to get involved in activities across a broad range of services.
Exceptional communication and time management skills will be key to this role along with the ability to work on your own initiative across a number of different teams.
The post holder will be based in Hull although some travel may be required. This post is subject to a DBS Disclosure.
You can also email email@example.com for an application pack. Note that applications should be made on their own application form along with an accompanying CV in a format of your choice. If you require an application pack in a different format please contact the Administration Office on 01482 240200.
Closing Date: Friday, 3rd August; Interview Date: 20th August (may be some flexibility)
Deadline 23rd July
1 x Nursery Practitioner – 25-30 Hours per week
1 x Nursery Practitioner – 25-30 Hours per week term time
Starting Salary £NLW/£NMW depending on experience
(Working at their Preston Road Site)
Requirements for the above post:
- You must be qualified to minimum level 3 in early years/childcare.
- EYTT/QTS desirable
- Relevant qualifications in Maths & English.
- Experience of working in a team and within childcare setting.
- Knowledge and experience of observing, assessing and planning for children’s developmental needs.
- Sound knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
For an application form please contact the reception team on 01482 221425, or Jane Lambert – Child Dynamix 95 Preston Road, Hull, HU9 3QB
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01482 221425
Closing date for requesting application packs: 12 noon Monday 23rd July 2018
Closing date for returning applications: 12 noon Wednesday 25th July 2018
Interviews: Week Commencing 30th July 2018
Immediate start available for the right candidate, (Subject to enhanced DBS checks and references).