We are working for a world where LGBT+ young people are fully included in society, with equal access to opportunities, living without fear of prejudice, discrimination and harassment. We are a Cambridgeshire based charity with big ambition and a voice and influence that belies our modest size. We are seeking an exceptional person to lead the team that takes the vision forward into an exciting future.
This is a great time to join a charity with a strong local and national profile, with exciting plans to expand our services to reach more LGBT+ young people across the county, increase our schools and training services and establish ourselves as the lead LGBT+ charity in the East of England. In 2020, we’ll embark on a new 3 year strategy so we’re looking for an experienced leader to facilitate and realise its development and delivery.
Our staff team, volunteers and trustees are incredibly passionate about The Kite Trust’s work and leading our organisation will be exciting challenging and rewarding.
Our work is guided by the following values. We are:
Supportive and Guiding.
We support, encourage and care.
Positive and Inclusive.
We nurture confidence, pride and happiness. We understand and support LGBT+ issues.
We provide opportunities to learn and grow.
Safe and Friendly.
We are trustworthy, professional and confidential. We are open, fun and relaxed.
With a strong history of delivery of services, we now need to focus on continuing our core programmes whilst maintaining and growing our profile. We have a strong business development track record and we need to consolidate and develop this.
The successful candidate will lead and manage a small yet dedicated team of staff and volunteers. As Chief Executive you will provide value based, clear and mission-driven strategic leadership to the charity, ensuring financial sustainability and growth. You’ll also act an ambassador for the charity and champion for young LGBT+ people.
We are looking for someone with proven experience of strategic leadership, empowering staff and volunteers, and growing programmes or services to deliver at scale. We expect you to work closely with the governing Board of Trustees to ensure the effective financial, legal and moral governance of The Kite Trust. You will need to be able to oversee programme delivery and bring the best out of the small dedicated team, delivering the strategic aims of The Kite trust in a creative and inspiring way that will engage others. Although not essential, lived experience of LGBT+ identity would be desirable.
This post is subject to a DBS check. The Kite Trust welcomes applications regardless of sex, gender, race, age, sexuality, belief or disability.
Application Information: Application form and 4-page statement with person specification addressed in detail, with examples please
Closing date for applications: 5pm on Friday 11th October 2019
Interviews: Interviews will be held in Cambridge on Monday 21st October between 10am-3pm. Please expect to join us for a full day of recruitment activities and a chance to meet young people and the team.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Bridge At Waterloo, based at St John’s Church, is a vibrant charity with a strong track record of delivering effective and creative projects through the arts, community and heritage. The charity is seeking a Finance Officer; a self-starter with financial experience, to manage our finances, process invoices and payments and payroll, oversee the finances for our development project and manage the budget and accounts process.
This is a part-time position of 21 hours per week, flexible within core hours 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday to Friday, with a Salary of £29,000 - £33,000 p.a. pro rata = £17,400 - £19,800.
St John’s Waterloo is a busy church throughout the week, hosting orchestras and arts organisations as well as having a thriving Sunday congregation. We have eleven part-time staff and two buildings. We host the Waterloo Festival and work closely with the arts institutions on the South Bank, and run learning and employment projects under the Digital Futures banner. We are also in the process of a major redevelopment of the church building - ReIGNITE.
1. REDRESS is an international human rights organisation based in London and The Hague that represents victims of torture to obtain justice and reparation. We bring legal cases on behalf of individual victims of torture, and advocate for better laws to provide effective reparations. Our cases respond to torture as an individual crime in national and international law, and as a human rights violation with state responsibility. We apply our expertise in torture, reparation, and the rights of victims to national and international courts. Through our victim-centred strategic litigation we are able to have an impact beyond the individual case to address the root causes of torture and to challenge impunity. We conduct research and advocacy to identify the changes in law, policy and practice that are necessary. We work collaboratively with international and national organisations and grassroots victims’ groups.
Position Profile – Finance Officer
2. Reporting to the Head of Finance, the Finance Officer will be responsible for the administration of the finances of REDRESS UK and Stichting REDRESS NL. The main tasks include:
· Day-to-day book-keeping using QuickBooks Online including all transaction processing and reconciliation of accounts;
· Responding to payment requests using cheques, BACS and international transfers as appropriate;
· Providing regular insight into unrestricted and restricted balances;
· Maintaining cashflow management controls;
· Assisting and preparing interim and final financial reports to funders;
· Supporting and monitoring overseas partner organizations by reviewing their reporting and transaction checking in multi-currencies;
· Assist the Head of Finance in preparing the statutory accounts;
The Finance Office is also expected to carry out such further duties as may reasonably be required from time to time by REDRESS.
Ideal Professional Background
3. The successful candidate will need to have the following competencies:
· A minimum of three years directly relevant work experience;
· University degree in accounting or finance, or equivalent experience;
· Demonstrated proficiency in Excel and QuickBooks programmes;
· Fluency in English: additional language skills an advantage.
· Comfortable working as part of a small team and with a collaborative approach;
· Shows initiative: able to think creatively and strategically;
· Pays close attention to detail and accuracy;
· Well organised with strong project management skills: pays attention to deadlines;
· Able to understand and support the aims, objectives and values of REDRESS and reflect them in all aspects of work;
4. The Finance Officer will report to the Head of Finance under the overall supervision of the Director. They are expected to work in collaboration with the Office Manager and all other members of staff.
Terms of Employment
5. This is a full-time position for 35 hours a week. The position is based at the REDRESS office in London. The salary is commensurate with experience, and there is a three-month probationary period. There are generous holiday benefits, with a 10% pension contribution after successful completion of the probation. Candidates will need to have the right to work in the UK.
6. Closing date is Friday 27th September 2019 with first interviews taking place on 8 and 9 October 2019.
How to Apply:
We encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible as we will start interviewing candidates as soon as they apply and meet the criteria.
Please send: A cover letter explaining your interest in REDRESS and your qualifications for the role, a Curriculum vitae, the names and contact details of two references (these will only be approached in final short-listing process).
Deadline: Friday 27th September 2019
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Our client, a well-known social welfare charity, is looking talented Digital Officer with strong knowledge in Social Media.
This comes at an exciting time for the charity as they become more digital-focussed by driving their reach through their various digital platforms. This is where you come in!
You will be creating compelling and engaging social media campaigns, online content for their website and other digital channels.
Key Responsibilities include:
- Actively monitor social media and react and respond in an appropriate and timely manner
- Update content in relevant sections for charities website
- Support the team with planning and implementation of social media posts and advertising campaigns
- Create engaging online content including video, ensuring it is optimised for SEO and a range of devices
- Help manage the YouTube channel, ensuring video content is correctly uploaded and optimised for search
- Report on website performance, social media and other online activity
- Help with producing campaign-specific digital reports
Essential requirements for this role include:
- Demonstrable experience of digital marketing and communications
- Demonstrable experience working with social media, using social media listening tools and developing online content
- Proven strong project management skills
- Proven social media management and SEO knowledge
This is a 4-month contract role with a possible extension.
Please apply with your CV with relevant experience.
Fundraising and Communications Officer Carers Support Merton (CSM) is a well established and respected charity in the London Borough of Merton with an ambitious development programme of work to support promote and improve the quality of life of unpaid carers from the age of 5 years. CSM is currently looking for self-motivated and dynamic Fundraising and Communications Officer to join our team.
The Fundraising and Communications Officer can expect a varied role with the opportunity to develop a board range of knowledge and skills.
Fundraising and Communications Officer
Hours: 30 hours per week (flexible working or with the possibility of some homeworking).
You will have experience of fundraising and digital communications, along with the passion to actively gain support for unpaid Carers in Merton. You will have excellent communication skills, be highly organized, and able to balance competing priorities.
The role will include building links with local businesses, building our donor base, recruiting and supporting fundraising volunteers, writing trust and foundation applications, organizing events, creating inspiring content for social media and the production of the quarterly newsletter. You will develop and maintain the administrative procedures to support the organisations fundraising activities. You will have a ‘can do’ attitude and work flexibly, including occasional evenings and weekends where necessary.
This is a great opportunity to develop your career in charity fundraising and communications. It would be suitable for someone with flexible-working needs (perhaps returning to work), or someone at an earlier stage of their career who would like to make use of their excellent digital marketing skills to make a difference locally. There is huge scope to develop your own ideas, whilst at the same time access to the support of an experienced fundraiser along with a range of training opportunities.
For an informal discussion contact us with a date and time when we can give you a call.
Application process: Application form demonstrating how skills and experience meet the Person Specification. CV’s are not accepted.
Closing Date: Monday 7th October 2019 5pm
Interviews: Week Beginning 21st October 2019
Carers Support Merton, as an employer, is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. This includes a commitment to robust recruitment, selection and induction procedures.
The successful candidate will be subject to a basic DBS check.
Carers Support Merton collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants. If you apply for an application pack but do not subsequently submit an application your details will be kept until the end of the recruitment process. We will keep your details secure and will not share them with any third party. We are committed to being transparent about how we collect and use data and full Privacy Notice for applicants is available on request.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Research in Practice (RiP) works with organisations across child and family and adult health and social care, supporting them to develop an evidence-informed approach to their work. We use evidence from research, practice and lived experience to develop learning resources to improve social care policy and practice.
Research in Practice Development Officer (x3 posts)
Salary: £30,465 per annum
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Contract: Permanent (x3 roles)
Based: Dartington, Devon or Sheffield
We are looking for three talented Research in Practice Development Officers to join our team. One focused on child and family services; one on adult social care; one working across both sectors.
For the adult social care-focused position we are interested in candidates with social care practice experience, particularly qualified Social Workers or Occupational Therapists.
- Developing resources: Work with experts to develop evidence-informed learning resources
- Knowledge mobilisation: Support learning and development across our national Partner networks – travel required.
We work across England and Wales from offices in Devon and Sheffield. Candidates can apply to work from either location but please note, interviews for these posts will be held at our Dartington, Devon office on Monday 7 October and Tuesday 8 October.
Closing Date: 09.00am, 30 September 2019
Interview Date: Monday 7 October and Tuesday 8 October
To Apply and for More Information:
If you would like to apply and find out more about this position, please click the Apply button to be directed to our website, where you can download the job description and application form.
Please note for this role we can not accept CVs.
Research in Practice is a not-for-profit organisation that is part of the Dartington Hall Trust. As an equal opportunities employer, we are committed to supporting, engaging and developing our staff.
No agencies please.
Are you a learning and development professional with training experience? Want to support the success of an outstanding training programme and help our charity to continue providing exceptional financial support? If so, read on.
Money Advice Trust provides free information, advice and resources to help people successfully manage their finances. With demand for money advice consistently outstripping supply, finding more efficient ways of helping people is at the heart of our work.
We are now looking for a Training Officer to join us on an 11 month maternity cover contract, working 21 hours per week.
- £26,801 per annum FTE (Pro rata)
- Generous pension
- Death in Service
- 26 days’ annual leave pro rata plus Bank Holidays, the option to buy further leave and one duvet day per quarter (taken out of leave allowance)
This is a unique opportunity to join a forward-thinking charity as we transform the way we deliver our advice and learning and development services.
Money Advice Trust is an exceptional organisation to enhance your experience with. Not only do we live by a strong set of values that ensure all our teams are supportive, innovative and balanced, we also help hundreds of thousands of people each year through advice and face-to-face interaction.
As a Training Officer, you will co-ordinate the logistical operations of our free Wiseradviser training, which provides training to debt advisers across the UK.
Working as part of the Learning & Development Team, you will:
- Ensure the smooth enrolment and delivery of training courses
- Book tutors and venues
- Distribute tutor packs
- Help to produce and develop learning materials
- Monitor evaluation data and management information
- Ensure expenditure is within set budgets
To join us as a Training Officer, you will need:
- Experience of the operational delivery and administration of training
- Previous experience of working in learning and development
- Knowledge of learning management systems and the ability to report and analyse management information
- An understanding of the money advice sector
- Strong MS Office skills
Other organisations may call this role Training Administrator, Learning & Development Officer, Learning and Development Administrator, Training Delivery Officer, Training Co-ordinator or Learning & Development Co-ordinator.
Webrecruit and Money Advice Trust are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.
So, if you are seeking your next challenge as our Training Officer, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Closing date: 17th September 2019 at 11.30pm
We’re looking for a proactive individual with experience of developing and supporting people, particularly those with lived experience of multiple disadvantage, to join us as a Development Officer and help deliver a vital programme.
This post is funded through the National Lottery Community Fund’s £112m Fulfilling Lives initiative to support people with multiple needs.
A home is a fundamental human need, as essential as education or healthcare. Yet millions of people across Britain struggle on a daily basis with homelessness, bad housing conditions, soaring rents, discrimination and the threat of eviction. So, we are striving for change — with individuals, in communities, across society – and leading the way to a safe home. We need ambitious, best-in-class individuals who are passionate about our cause to join us at this exciting time. This is your chance to play a part in the fundamental change we are striving to achieve.
A multi-agency partnership led by Shelter, Inspiring Change Manchester’s mission is focused on long term service and system change. Indeed, we believe that people living in Manchester who experience multiple disadvantage (a combination of homelessness, mental ill-health, substance use, reoffending or domestic abuse) can achieve real, lasting growth and fulfilment. To succeed however, we’ll need to inspire a wide range of people across the city to change their beliefs and their behaviour. Our vision? To help people improve their lives and sustain these improvements by transforming Manchester’s systems and services. The key focus of this role is to further develop the GROW (Getting Real Opportunities of Work) traineeship programme by finding and developing opportunities for those with barriers to work due to their lived experience.
About the Role
You’ll be responsible for recruiting, inducting and supporting the GROW Trainees that are employed within Shelter and on placement with partner agencies. We’ll also rely on you to provide direct support and guidance, including helping them explore their study options and developing their interests for future employment. Supporting other areas of the programme when required will be important too, as will working with commissioning partners to embed the model and promote GROW trainees across the city as a real benefit to workforce development. Everything it takes, in fact, to ensure that the voices of those with lived experience are recognised throughout and we create a supportive learning environment for each individual.
To succeed, you’ll need a background in a development related role and an understanding of the main issues affecting housing and homelessness, mental health and emotional well-being, offending, domestic abuse and problematic drug and alcohol use. We’ll also be looking for experience of sourcing opportunities, managing and developing traineeships within support services or working with volunteers, particularly those with lived experience of multiple disadvantages within society. Used to delivering courses, both one-to-one and in a group, you have a structured, calm and organised approach too. What’s more, you're great at building relationships and are willing to challenge the status quo and introduce new ideas, methods and processes.
We offer a wide range of benefits, including 30 days of annual leave, enhanced family friendly policies, pension and interest free travel loans. Our employees also have access to a tenancy deposit loan, payroll giving, cycle to work scheme and an employee assistance programme.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help. We’re here so no one has to fight bad housing or homelessness on their own.
To find out more about the role and the benefits of working for Shelter please visit our website. Apply to be part of our team and be the change you want to see in society.
Safeguarding is everyone’s business. Shelter is committed to protecting the health, wellbeing and human rights of those we support, and enabling them to live free from harm, abuse and neglect. All our staff will be expected to observe professional standards of behaviour and conduct their work in line with our Safeguarding Policies.
At Shelter, we welcome and encourage applications from everyone regardless of age, disability, gender, ethnicity, religion and sexual orientation. We are facing diverse problems, so need diverse people to tackle them.
Shelter does not accept unsolicited CVs from external recruitment agencies nor accept the fees associated with them.
Participation Officer (Membership)
London, EC2A (with travel throughout the UK)
£28,130 - £32,865 per annum
Are you a passionate advocate for children and young people’s participation? Have you already made a significant impact elsewhere? Do you have the enthusiasm to make a real difference to the lives of deaf children and young people? If so, we would like to hear from you.
We are looking for a creative individual who will grow and develop our Young People’s Membership offer. The post holder will actively engage and support consultation activity to ensure that our Membership offer is influenced by their views and experiences.
The successful candidate will work alongside our Participation Manager to maintain and actively build on the current Young People’s Membership engagement to reduce isolation and ensure that deaf young people can access targeted support and resources.
Candidates will need experience of working directly with children and young people and have a strong commitment in upholding their needs and rights. Having a good working knowledge of current policy in education and decision-making processes would be advantageous. Travel throughout the UK will be required.
To apply for this role, you will have to complete an online application and specify how you meet the person specification criteria, as outlined in the job description. To do this, we suggest that you download the job description from our website prior to starting your application.
Currently, the application process works best on desktop / laptop devices.
The closing date for applications is on Tuesday 8th October 2019 at 23:59.
We expect interviews to be held in London on Thursday 31st October 2019.
A disclosure check will be sought in relation to the successful applicant for this post. This will be shared with Human Resources and may also be shared with the Safeguarding Manager and the relevant management team. All applicants must also complete a self-disclosure form.
We strive to provide an accessible recruitment process. If a disability or long term condition makes it difficult for you to complete our application form, please contact us to discuss alternative formats. If you require reasonable adjustments for taking part in the interview, please indicate this in response to the corresponding question in the application form. Additional information about the support we offer is on our jobs page.
We are a Disability Confident Employer and committed to offering interviews to candidates who request to be considered under the disability confident scheme and meet the minimum requirements of the person specification.
The National Deaf Children’s Society is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young adults and expects staff and volunteers to share that commitment.
We are also committed to promoting work-life balance amongst our staff.
To apply for the role of Participation Officer (Membership), please apply via the button shown.
This job is being posted by Webrecruit on behalf of National Deaf Children's Society. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
Additional Keywords: Participation Officer, Membership, Membership Officer, Participation Worker, Young Person’s Support Worker, Participation & Engagement Officer, Children’s Support Worker.
Development & Alumni Relations
Cardiff University seeks a talented individual for the part-time position of Development Officer (Legacies & In Memoriam).
Cardiff University is an ambitious, innovative university, located in a beautiful and thriving capital city. One of the world’s top 150 universities, its research was ranked 5th amongst UK universities in the most recent Research Excellence Framework for quality, and 2nd for impact.
In recent years, Cardiff University has embarked on an exciting step-change in its advancement programme, with significant new investment in its fundraising and supporter relations programmes.
The Development Officer (Legacies & In Memoriam) will support the University by raising significant legacy income both of a restricted and unrestricted nature to support University priorities, through effective face-to-face cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of existing and potential legacy pledgers.
For an informal conversation prior to applying for this role, please email Caroline Semmens, Senior Development Manager (Leadership).
It is anticipated that interviews for this post will be held in Cardiff on Monday 14th October 2019. Please confirm your availability to attend interview in your application.
This post is part-time (21 hours a week) and open-ended.
To apply, please visit our website.
Closing date: Saturday, 28 September 2019.
Please be aware that Cardiff University reserves the right to close this vacancy early should sufficient applications be received.
Cardiff University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds who have the ambition to create a University which seeks to fulfil our social, cultural and economic obligation to Cardiff, Wales, and the world. In supporting our employees to achieve a balance between their work and their personal lives, we will also consider proposals for flexible working or job share arrangements.
I have a temp Raiser's Edge Database Officer post starting towards the end of September with a health related charity. This post will run for 7-8 weeks to provide cover.
You will be the first contact for any database queries, work with the Individual Giving Manager to solve any issues, and develop database processes by taking the lead to ensure that all historic data is imported to Raiser's Edge to maximise the effectiveness of data analysis and ensure that all supporter records are as accurate as possible.
The role has an element of supporter care where you will regularly communicate with supporters via phone and email, record donations and send thank you communications daily.
This post is paying £13.73 PAYE + £1.66 holiday pay per hour.
Interviews are next Thursday 12th (you must be available for this date).
Nearest stations - Mornington Crescent, Kings Cross.
Please let me know if you wish to be considered by emailing your CV to [email protected]
Policy and Research Officer, Policy Officer, Research Officer
Your new company
Southend -on-Sea Borough Council is a unitary local authority based in the heart of a seaside town, that makes it a great place to live and work. This diverse and busy town has great public parks and leisure activities, competitive house pricing and excellent travel links.
Your new role
An exciting opportunity has arisen to be part of the Council's Corporate Strategy Group, supporting development of specific council strategies and policies focused on e quality and inclusion . The role will play an important part in delivering the Council's Ambition and 2050 Road Map ensuring inclusion is integral to achieving desired outcomes.
The role will provide support in developing the Council's approach to embedding equalities and inclusion, provide advice to the organisation on developments in equalities related legislation, provide support and advice in relation to Equality Impact Assessments, help facilitate the Corporate Equalities Steering Group and support equality related assessments of the Council. This role will see you:
- Conduct research and monitor policy developments to inform the organisation around equalities legislation and local government duties;
- Prepare and provide clear, well researched policy advice for CMT, Cabinet & Scrutiny particularly (but not exclusively) in relation to Equalities legislation;
- Manage the coordination of Equality Impact Assessments that support service design and delivery of outcomes;
- Lead on equalities framework governance within the organisation; including support to the Policy Manager on the facilitation of the Corporate Equalities Steering Group, producing performance reports, policy briefings and fact-sheets as necessary;
What you'll need to succeed
In order to be successful on application, it is expected that you will possess the following skills/experience:
- Good knowledge of business management developments and issues particularly relevant to the public sector;
- Sound knowledge of the Public-Sector Equalities Duty
- Knowledge and understanding of the UK parliamentary process & legislative systems;
- Knowledge of a range of research and evaluation tools and techniques;
- Understanding of analytical techniques and their application in developing business intelligence and decision making.
What you'll get in return
You will be placed onto a Fixed Term Contract July 2020 and will be paid between £25,801 - £30,507, this is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to develop their skills & experience.
When joining Southend, you can enjoy a range of benefits including: flexible working, salary sacrifice scheme, excellent pension contributions, training and development opportunities. A full list of benefits can be viewed on the Southend Council-Hays website.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Joshua McMahon on 0207 259 8796. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
The Council is an equal opportunities employer. They welcome applications, regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, age or religion or belief. All applications will be considered solely on merit.
Striving to improve the lives and opportunities of our communities through partnership and collaboration
Compassionate Communities Training Officer x 2 (Part Time)
Salary Scp 27 - 34 £24,175 - £30,153 pa (pro rata)
Actual Starting Salary Scp 27 £16,334.45 pa
25 hours per week (work pattern to be agreed)
This post is funded by Aneurin Bevan University Health Board for 12 months
Based in Blaenau Gwent / Caerphilly
Compassionate Communities and Integrated Wellbeing Networks are two of the Welsh Government transformation funded programmes that aim to improve the well-being of people across Gwent. We are seeking two individuals to work with our stakeholders and partners across Gwent to support the planning, delivery, evaluation and sustainability of a range of training programmes that aim to maximise the ability of the workforce to support people in a holistic way, based on what matters to them, and link them to well-being support in their local community.
We are currently recruiting to two Compassionate Communities Training Officer Posts (1 based in Blaenau Gwent and 1 based in Caerphilly);
You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, be able to apply your knowledge of factors that influence health and well-being and have experience of developing and delivering training. You will need to be able to engage a range of stakeholders and promote a learning environment. Excellent IT and presentation skills are essential along with a proactive, flexible approach to a changing workload.
Closing Date: Tuesday 24th September 2019 at 10am
Interview Date: Wednesday 2nd October 2019
Yn ymdrechu i wella bywydau a chyfleoedd ein cymunedau drwy bartneriaeth a chydweithio
Swyddog Hyfforddi Cymunedau Tosturiol x 2 (rhan amser)
Cyflog Scp 27 – 34 £24,175 - £30,153 y flwyddyn (pro rata)
Gwir Gyflog yn dechrau ar Scp 27 £16,334.45 y flwyddyn
25 awr yr wythnos (y patrwm gwaith i’w gytuno)
Ariennir y swydd hon gan Fwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Aneurin Bevan am 12 mis
Lleoliad: Blaenau Gwent / Caerffili
Mae Cymunedau Tosturiol a Rhwydweithiau Lles Integredig yn ddwy raglen drawsnewid wedi’u hariannu gan Lywodraeth Cymru a’u nod yw gwella lles pobl ledled Gwent. Rydyn ni’n chwilio am ddau unigolyn i weithio gyda’n rhanddeiliaid a’n partneriaid ledled Gwent i helpu i gynllunio, cyflwyno a gwerthuso amrywiaeth o raglenni hyfforddiant a chefnogi eu cynaliadwyedd. Nod y rhaglenni hyn yw manteisio i’r eithaf ar allu’r gweithlu i gefnogi pobl mewn ffordd holistaidd, yn seiliedig ar beth sy’n bwysig iddyn nhw, a’u cysylltu â chymorth lles yn eu cymuned leol.
Ar hyn o bryd, rydyn ni’n gobeithio recriwtio dau Swyddog Hyfforddi Cymunedau Tosturiol (un ym Mlaenau Gwent ac un yng Nghaerffili);
Bydd gennych chi sgiliau rhyngbersonol a chyfathrebu rhagorol, yn gallu defnyddio eich gwybodaeth am ffactorau sy’n dylanwadu ar iechyd a lles a bydd gennych chi brofiad o ddatblygu a chyflwyno hyfforddiant. Byddwch yn gallu ymgysylltu ag amrywiaeth o randdeiliaid a hyrwyddo amgylchedd dysgu. Mae sgiliau cyflwyno a TG ardderchog yn hanfodol yn ogystal ag agwedd ragweithiol a hyblyg at lwyth gwaith sy’n newid.
Dyddiad Cau: Dydd Mawrth 24 Medi 2019 am 10am
Dyddiad y Cyfweliad: Dydd Mercher, 2 Hydref 2019
This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and successful team and play a key role in supporting the health and wellbeing of the local community.
We’re seeking a motivated self-starter, with demonstrable experience of community development and knowledge of the local health and wellbeing landscape.
Working alongside health coaches at the GP surgeries in the Rural Practice Network (Bruton, Milborne Port, Millbrook, Queen Camel, Wincanton), the focus of this role will be in community building – strengthening the existing community groups that give practical and emotional support to people, identifying gaps and helping to develop new groups and activities where needed. You will work with and alongside the wider voluntary sector infrastructure that is essential for the successfully delivery of social prescribing.
The post is full-time, 37.5 hours per week, although job-share and flexible working will be considered.
Senior Digital Communications and Media Officer
September 2019, Full time, permanent
Salary: £28,000 per annum
Hours: 09.00 – 17.00
Job type: Full time, permanent
Holidays: 27 days annual leave + public holidays
The Sutton Trust is a foundation committed to improving social mobility in the UK. Our work is focused on improving social mobility through education opportunities. We want to level the playing field for young people from low and middle income backgrounds so that they have a fair chance of accessing leading universities, apprenticeships and jobs.
The Trust is recruiting a creative and committed Senior Digital Communications and Media Officer, to join a small, high-performing team. Reporting to the Associate Director of Media and Communications, the successful candidate will play an important role in communicating the work of the Trust – including its research, policy priorities, programmes and alumni stories - to external audiences. They will manage the Sutton Trust’s digital presence, including its website and social media profiles; support the Trust’s media work; and design reports and infographics.
We are looking for someone with strong digital skills, who is confident in using a wide variety of social media platforms and who can write crisp copy for a range of different audiences.
The Sutton Trust believes that a child, young person or vulnerable adult should never experience abuse of any kind. We all have a responsibility to promote the welfare of all children and young people and to keep them safe. Therefore all posts undergo a safer recruitment process, including but not limited to, disclosure of criminal records where necessary and eligibility to work in the UK. We have procedures in place to promote safeguarding and a safe culture at the Trust.
Please download the candidate application pack from our website, complete the application form, and submit it to us.
The applicant pack includes:
- Job description and person specification
- Application form
Applications should reach us by 1:00pm on Friday 27th September, with interviews held on Friday 4th October.
Please state your name and the role you are applying for in the subject line of the email, and it would also be greatly appreciated if you could note where you saw this job advertised.
If you require any materials in an alternative format, or have any questions, please get in contact with us.
Any information you provide as part of your application will be treated as confidential and managed in accordance with relevant data protection legislation and guidance. Our privacy statement can be found on our website.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.