£28,000 FTE pro rata
3 days per week funded till March 2021
Based in Hull
20 days holiday pro rata
The Hull Food Partnership (opens in a new link) is part of the UK Sustainable Food City (SFC) network (see http://sustainablefoodcities.org/) and works closely with and is hosted by the urban city farm Rooted in Hull.
Main Duties and Responsibilities of Role
- lead, develop and promote the delivery and promotion of the city-wide Hull Food Partnership and contribute to its’ long-term sustainability
- build and consolidate on the work in the bronze award document highlighting the gaps in knowledge, skills and delivery working towards the SFC silver awards standard
- promote and support the local Veg Cities campaign
- facilitate, broaden and co-ordinate the effective functioning and governance of the Hull Food Partnership group maintaining and enhancing contacts in a professional manner
- working closely with Rooted in Hull, monitor and track all project budgets & petty cash providing financial information to the Steering group monthly meeting
- increase and enhance take-up of the Hull Food Charter with the continuing promotion, visibility and understanding of the Hull Food Partnership across the city working closely with Rooted in Hull using a wide range of communication media such as press, radio, TV, social media, billboards promotional material
- identify key areas currently underdeveloped for future work and collaborate on solutions in the context of the Action Plan
- effectively administer and support the bigger network and create value through involvement in the Food Charter
- represent the HFP at meetings relevant to the progression of the SFC key issues both locally and nationally
Full information is available in this document HFP development officer (Word document)
Post will remain open until filled
Secure Futures is a project based in Hull, which works with 16 – 25 year olds who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness. It works with young people on a three-stage programme, using sports as a tool for personal development and change. It also provides housing support and training.
Giroscope is looking for a motivated individual to work with young people in Hull. You will be working on the ‘Secure Futures’ project and will spend much of your time working out of the Vulcan Learning Centre who are the partners in this project.
Secure Futures is looking for a motivated individual committed to working with young people who often have complex and challenging backgrounds. They are looking for someone with a passion for youth work and who can work with young people to overcome barriers into; housing; sports; and employment or training. You will have the support of colleagues who share your skill, enthusiasm and motivation. Your work may be challenging, but always diverse and rewarding.
If you are professional and caring with a desire to support young people and to develop your skills, we would like to hear from you. They would especially like to hear from you if you already have relevant qualifications or experience of working in a similar role.
Salary £19,500 per annum (depending on qualifications/experience/skills)
Based at Giroscope Ltd./Vulcan Learning Centre & Boxing Club
This post is for a 3 year fixed contract. (May be extended if continued funding is secured)
For more information, and to apply, go to Giroscope (opens in a new tab)
Deadline 27th March
(Fixed term to 31 March 2022)
30 hours per week
£25,672 per annum (pro-rata’d)
Priory Street Centre, York
York MCN encompasses a programme of work aiming to improve the systems supporting people who experience severe and multiple disadvantage and ‘multiple and complex needs’ (MCN), including issues such as homelessness, mental health problems, offending, and substance misuse. A key part of this work is the York MCN Network, a cross-sector, multi-agency network bringing together people with lived experience, frontline workers, commissioners, managers and strategic leaders to share experiences, learn, build trusting relationships and develop a system-wide approach to better support people experiencing multiple and complex needs.
The York MCN Enabling Team has four key functions: convening; supporting; communicating; learning.
The Executive Administrator will provide high level administrative support to support these four key functions. The role with involve working with staff and network members to develop and promote spaces, practices and platforms to enable systems change across the York MCN agenda.
Reporting to a staff member on the York MCN Enabling Team, this role will provide high level administrative support to the York MCN Enabling Team and the York MCN network. This will include diary management, secretariat support, meeting and events management, communications including reports, presentations, newsletters and website copy, and supporting relationships development with network members and wider stakeholders associated with this work.
They are looking for a team player who has an interest in the multiple complex needs agenda, is committed to supporting systems change, and is able to work flexibly and responsively to emerging issues, projects and priorities.
For more information and to apply go to the York CVS website (opens in a new tab)
Interviews are likely to take place on Wednesday 8th April 2020 at York CVS, Priory Street Centre, York.
Deadline 17th March
A service commissioned by East Riding Public Health, funded for one year; beginning 1 April 2020, through the improved Better Care Fund (iCBF) to support improvements in health and wellbeing for East Riding residents, by assisting them to connect and engage with local opportunities to become more physically, mentally or socially active.
For more information and to register an interest click here (opens in a new tab)
Deadline 27th March
Salary: £21914 – £26740, Full time
Job Ref: 288
ADS currently have an opportunity based at Doncaster Royal Infirmary to support individuals who misuse substances to access treatment.
The successful candidate will offer early engagement to people who use substances and support them to enter treatment services, by providing therapeutic interventions to reduce acute admissions.
The successful candidate will be a qualified and registered Social Worker and have evidenced experience of working with substance misusers or substance misuse treatment approaches. The service will be available 7 days a week between 8am and 10pm, therefore the successful candidate must be prepared to work on a rota basis.
The ASYE programme is provided to newly qualified social workers.
The Alcohol & Drug Service E: email@example.com T: 01482 320606
PLEASE NOTE: THEY DO NOT ACCEPT CV’S
For more information and to apply go to the ADS website (opens in a new tab)