LGBT+ YOUTH CHARITY THE PROUD TRUST ARE CURRENTLY HIRING FOR THE FOLLOWING ROLES:
• Trans Care Navigator and Social Action Coordinator (25 hours per week)
• Youth Work Coordinator – Stockport (6 hours per week)
• Youth Work Coordinator – Rochdale (21 hours per week)
• Youth Work Assistant – Rochdale (3 hours per week)
• Youth Work Assistant – Cheshire West & Chester (6 hours per week or two roles at 3 hours each)
Closing dates for applications mid September.
For more information including job specific closing dates, full job descriptions and application forms click here
Shopmobility Supervisor: Full Time (includes weekend work)
Dial West Cheshire
Hours: 35 hrs / wk (normally over 5 days, to include weekend working)
Location(s): Chester and Ellesmere Port (plus occasional cover in Northwich & Winsford)
Closing date for applications is Thursday 24th September
This rewarding role is an exciting opportunity for someone with a passion for great customer service to champion Dial West Cheshire’s values. By putting your customers, team and community first, you will help us take forward our plans for growth – and make a real difference to our charity and the many people we support.
About you: With a good basic standard of education you will have a proven track record in customer service (ideally gained in a retail environment), excellent communication and teamwork skills, experience of supervising others, the ability to use EPOS (electronic till) systems and to work with minimal supervision. The ideal candidate will be mobile and able to travel to any of our four centres.
For more details and an application pack click here
Front of House Administrator (Permanent)
Deafness Support Network
Based in Northwich
15 hours per week (Monday & Tuesday 9am – 5pm)
£6,796.90 per annum rising to £6,999.60 after 6 months probation
Closing Date – Thursday 8th October 2020 @ 12 noon.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our team in Northwich!
We are a Disability Confident employer with a vibrant office in Northwich, offering various types of support related to sensory loss for people across Cheshire East, Cheshire West & Chester, Flintshire & Wrexham. Our values based culture comes from our knowledge that the services we provide make a real difference to the people we support.
We require a professional & approachable individual with strong administrative skills & a pro active attitude, able to work on own initiative & with a desire to constantly improve existing systems. This is an interesting and challenging role where 2 days are never the same!
You will be the first point of contact for clients accessing our services, providing administrative support to Social Care along with supporting external organisations to access Training & Meeting Rooms. This rewarding post involves taking referrals & signposting clients to other sources of information. In addition to providing information/advice, you will support our Audiology service Positive Hearing, by scheduling appointments with our clinical Audiologists. As a key holder, with responsibility for opening/closing the building and health & safety, you will complete regular checks, reporting any maintenance issues to the H&S Coordinator.
As this post involves communicating with D/deaf people, you should preferably have a certificate in BSL Level 1, or the ability to demonstrate equivalent knowledge; this is not essential as full training will be given.
Whether this is your first step into this sector, or you have prior experience, you will be fully supported by an excellent programme of continuous training and development; allowing you to truly shine in your role! In return we offer a range of benefits including:
24 days pro rata holiday + Bank Holidays, Company Sick Pay, Contributory pension scheme, Training/ Development, Cycle Scheme, Gym Membership* & more! (*subject to qualifying criteria).
We are an equal opportunities employer working to attract the best talent from diverse backgrounds to enhance our specialised team. For further details on our values or to request the advert/job description in any other format, please visit https://www.vercida.com/uk/employers/deafness-support-network
To apply, please visit https://dsnonline.co.uk/vacancies/
This role is subject to receipt of satisfactory references and completion of an enhanced DBS disclosure. If you have successfully been shortlisted, you will receive an email invitation to interview, scheduled for 14th October 2020.
Fréa is a Community Interest Company bringing together three independent charities in the North of England: Irish Community Care Manchester, Irish Community Care (based in Liverpool and delivering services in North West) and Leeds Irish Health & Homes. Fréa is from the Irish word fréamh, meaning ‘root’, and reflects how as charities we are anchored and strengthened by our shared heritage, which, through careful cultivation and ambitious growth, enables us to flourish. The work of the charities focuses on improving the health and well-being of vulnerable members of the Irish communities across the Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester metropolitan districts. Over the past 12 months collectively the charities have supported 3500 individuals.
Fréa aims to combine the fundraising activities of each of the charities in order to maximise the financial sustainability of each organisation to ensure the continuation of care, culture and community within our communities.
Job Title: Sustainability Lead: This is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic self motivated individual with an excellent track record of fundraising to build on Fréa achievements to date; linking with high net worth individuals and patrons. You will lead a programme of income generation; sustaining existing and developing new links with businesses and business networks to secure corporate and philanthropic support. You will engage Irish community partners in areas of sport, culture and heritage to promote Fréa and work collaboratively to deliver fundraising activities to support the work of the charities. You will also explore other fundraising opportunities e.g. workplace giving, giving through wills and legacies etc.
Hours: Full Time 35 hours per week
Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Salary: £30 – 35 k per annum depending on experience and track record
Location: Homeworking with travel across M62 corridor and nationally as required
Closing Date: Monday 12 October
Interviews: w/c 2 November
Fréa is an equal opportunities employer. We particularly welcome applications from people who identify as belonging to a minority group.
For informal discussion contact Fréa Directors: Ant Hanlon 07739212733; Breege McDaid 07971482817; Martin Moran 07813128726
For application pack contact: Freajobapplications@gmail.com
All applicants are required to complete a Disclosure and Barring Check