SENIOR ADVISER - Interim cover maternity leave

This is an exciting opportunity to join our Advice and Wellbeing Team as the Senior Adviser (interim cover - maternity), contributing to the delivery of the Student Wellbeing theme of the Students' Union's strategy. Working with the Head of Advice and Wellbeing, you will help to coordinate the operational delivery of our high quality, professional advice service to students, covering issues such as student funding, housing rights and University regulations.

 

If you have experience of advice work and are looking to develop your skills in a vibrant and forward thinking organisation, supporting students to have the best experience possible - this is the job for you!

Interviews will be held on Monday 1 July 2019

If you are interested in this vacancy please visit our website for further information and application pack https://hallamstudentsunion.com/jobs-with-shusu/ You must complete all parts of the application pack (Parts A, B & C) and send them as Word documents to hubsrecruitment@shu.ac.uk.

Monday, June 17, 2019 Sheffield Hallam Students' Union
STUDENT ADVISER

This is an exciting opportunity to join our Advice and Wellbeing Team as a Student Adviser, contributing to the delivery of the Student Wellbeing theme of the Students' Union's strategy. You will join us in providing a high quality, professional advice service to students, covering issues such as student funding, housing rights and University regulations.

 

If you have experience of advice work and are looking to develop your skills in a vibrant and forward thinking organisation, supporting students to have the best experience possible - this is the job for you!
 

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 10 July 2019

If you are interested in this vacancy please visit our website for further information and application pack https://hallamstudentsunion.com/jobs-with-shusu/ You must complete all parts of the application pack (Parts A, B & C) and send them as Word documents to hubsrecruitment@shu.ac.uk.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019 Sheffield Hallam Students' Union
RESETTLEMENT WORKER

Do you have the qualities to be an effective Support Worker working with a diverse and often vulnerable client group in Roundabout’s Resettlement Team?  Can you make a difference to young people’s lives?

 

The successful candidate will have had previous experience supporting vulnerable people and have an excellent understanding of the issues that affect our diverse, young and vulnerable clients.

 

Roundabout’s Resettlement Team works with young people aged 16-25, who are either homeless, preparing to leave care, or have been affected by the Youth Justice Service, in a number of properties across Sheffield, managed by Roundabout.  

 

See attached for more information.

 

For an application pack visit www.roundabouthomeless.org contact Charlie/Pat on 0114 253 6789 or email: cwombell@roundaboutltd.org  or pdevlin@roundaboutltd.org.

 

 

 

Wednesday, June 19, 2019 Roundabout
Administration and Finance Worker

As Administration and Finance Worker you will be the first point of contact for existing and potential new customers wishing to access LASER’s services.  

 

As well as providing information on all our products and services, you will assist customers with the completion of relevant documentation, process loan application forms and ensure that accurate financial records are maintained.  Maintaining LASER’s financial and administration systems, whilst at all times following the organisation’s procedures and providing high levels of member services, will be a key aspect of this role.

 

To be successful in this role you will be an individual who contributes effectively to a team environment as well as having the ability to work independently, who is able to communicate effectively and explain financial information clearly.  Experience of working in a similar role in a busy team and having a keen eye for detail and accuracy are essential, as are good customer service and complaint handling skills.

 

To apply for this role, please send your CV and a covering letter to: hr@varotherham.org.uk or contact Andrea Cox, HR Advisor on 01709 726897 for further information.

Friday, June 21, 2019 LASER Credit Union
Manager – Social Movement in Health

The role will involve managing a small team, promoting a variety of health messages across Rotherham and Barnsley.  Your role will include:

 

Co-ordinating the successful delivery of the Social Movement in Health Projects across Barnsley and Rotherham

Being a key contact for Barnsley and Rotherham Clinical Commissioning Groups

Line managing staff associated with Rotherham and Barnsley delivery

Responsibility for the overall monitoring and supporting the ongoing evaluation of the projects.

 

You will need to be enthusiastic and creative in your methods and experience of working with both Clinical Commissioning Groups and key stakeholders within localities.

 

This post is subject to funding and is currently funded until 31st March 2020.

 

For further information about this role, please contact Julie Adamson on 01709 834465 or email julie.adamson@varotherham.org.uk

 

To apply for this role, please complete a VAR application form and return it to Julie Adamson (marked Private and Confidential), VAR, The Spectrum, Coke Hill, Rotherham, S60 2HX or email to julie.adamson@varotherham.org.uk by 5pm on Wednesday 26th June 2019. Please note that CVs will not be accepted for this vacancy.

 

Interviews will be held on Friday 5th July 2019 at The Spectrum.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019 Voluntary Action Rotherham
TRAINEE RESIDENTIAL HOSTEL PROJECT WORKER

Do you have the qualities to be a Trainee Project Worker, working in Roundabout’s 24 hour provision residential hostel? Have you always wanted to make a difference to young people’s lives? Supporting young people aged 16 – 21 years in a 24 hour residential provision may be the job for you.

 

If you lack experience in a particular area, this Trainee position could be an ideal opportunity for you to develop your skills and knowledge working in a young persons’ housing support service. Being an effective communicator and having the ability to understand youth homelessness and the difficulties they may be faced with in their lives is key to this role. You may have transferable skills that will help you in the Trainee Residential Support Worker role, which has the potential to help you in your career development.

 

We are looking for someone who can perform their work with passion and enthusiasm and is able to engage with people at all levels.  

 

The successful candidate will demonstrate a positive attitude and a ‘can do’ approach even in demanding situations. They will have outstanding good work ethics and have a willingness to learn and share good values such as honesty, integrity, reliability, team working, collaboration and co-operation and who is willing to go that extra mile.

 

If you feel that you have these qualities, take pride in your work and use initiative to act on opportunities and consider yourself to be flexible and self motivated then we would like to hear from you. This is a trainee position and training and support will be given to the successful candidate.

 

Roundabout is committed to ensuring the safeguarding of all young people who access its services, and are working towards a psychologically informed environment and approach

If you would like further information regarding this position please contact Scott Clark, Hostel Manager, on 0114 2589 829.

All applications must be submitted on Roundabout’s Application Form (CV’s will not be accepted). Where possible, please download an application pack at www.roundabouthomeless.org; or contact Charlie/Pat on 0114 253 6789 email: cwombell@roundaboutltd.org; pdevlin@roundaboutltd.org

Please note you must evidence on your application form, how you can meet each one of the criteria on the Role Specification.

The closing date for receipt of completed applications will be Wednesday 19th June 2019 at 5 pm. Interviews will be held on Thursday 27th June 2019.

Thursday, June 27, 2019 ROUNDABOUT
OUTREACH WORKER

To provide outreach services to service users and carers in Barnsley and to work as part of a team in our busy Activity Well–Being Centre. Must have experience of working with people who have dementia. Must be a driver and have own car.

 

For more details call Melanie on 01226 320146

 

To apply complete attached application form. Applications will close when sufficient applications are received. Fixed contract until 31st March 2020

Saturday, June 29, 2019 Care2Care Services
SUPPORT WORKER

To work in a busy Dementia Activity Centre. Experience preferred but not essential.

 

For more details call Melanie on 01226 320146

 

To apply complete attached application form. Applications will close when sufficient applications are received. Fixed contract until 31st March 2020

Saturday, June 29, 2019 Care2Care Services
ParentChild+ Early Learning Home Visitor

This a highly rewarding role which can dramatically improve educational outcomes for the children of low income and vulnerable families and improve parenting skills. It is an exciting opportunity to be involved in a new early years home learning programme in South Yorkshire which is part of a research project and the South Yorkshire Futures programme (led by Sheffield Hallam University). It is funded by the Education Endowment Foundation.

We are currently seeking eight Early Learning Home Visitors to work in a team (led by the Coordinator in each city) to deliver ParentChild+ across South Yorkshire. In your team, you will deliver the home learning service to 40 vulnerable and low income families in your area. You will work closely with Early Years practitioners in the Local Authority.

 

ParentChild+ has been delivered in America for over 50 years, working one-to-one with families who face significant life challenges. The model is based on twice-weekly home visits, for at least 46 weeks, by Early Learning Home Visitors. It addresses a range of outcomes for parents whose children are at risk of starting school below the expected level, by offering free books and toys and modelling how to create a rich home learning environment and prepare children for school.

The successful candidate must have experience of working with pre-school children and supporting their parents. You should be able to build good relationships, have excellent organisational skills, be proficient in keeping records and entering data and have good written and verbal communication. Commitment to equality of opportunity is essential. You will work flexibly, should have a suitable home working environment and be able to easily travel around your area of work (to several locations each day).

 

The successful candidate is required to have Level 3 or equivalent qualification in childcare.

 

Fixed term: from August 27 August 2019 to end November 2020

 

Please visit our website at www.familylives.org.uk/jobs to obtain the job description, full person specification, application form and guidance. Please note that we only accept application forms, which need to be emailed to:

recruitment@familylives.org.uk or posted to HR department, Family Lives, 15-17 The Broadway, Hatfield, Herts, AL9 5HZ. CVs will not be accepted

 

If you have any questions, please contact Tina Cranshaw on 07725 630309

 

Closing Date: Sunday, 30th June 2019

 

Interview Date:  Tuesday, 9th July 2019

Sunday, June 30, 2019 Family Lives
Development Worker (online directory, Rotherham Gismo)

The role will involve working with local voluntary and community sector groups and partner organisations to publicise, raise awareness and increase the usage of the Rotherham Gismo website.  Working with VAR colleagues you will support groups to improve their sustainability and enable them to access additional support as needed.

 

The successful candidate will have experience of working in a voluntary or community development role.  As well as having experience of marketing and publicity, the successful candidate must have the ability to work with a diverse range of people and groups from different backgrounds and be able to establish and maintain effective professional relationships.  Knowledge and experience of working with a variety of social media disciplines is essential, as is the ability to design and produce effective marketing materials and evaluation reports.

 

The successful candidate must be willing to work flexible hours when required to meet work demands, as occasional attendance at meetings outside normal working hours will be part of the role.

 

An intrinsic part of the role is to travel throughout the Borough on a regular basis, therefore, it is essential that applicants are able to travel to various locations during the course of employment.

 

For further information about this role, please contact Sarah Kelly on sarah.kelly@varotherham.org.uk

 

To apply for this role, please complete a VAR application form and return it to HR (marked Private and Confidential), VAR, The Spectrum, Coke Hill, Rotherham, S60 2HX or email to hr@varotherham.org.uk by 5pm on Monday 1st July 2019. Please note that CVs will not be accepted for this vacancy.

 

Interviews will be held on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at The Spectrum.

Monday, July 1, 2019 Voluntary Action Rotherham

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