North Halifax Partnership are looking for a Projects Administrator.
37 hours per week (possible job share)
North Halifax Partnership is a community-led charity with a purpose to support individuals from cradle to grave, and to carry out activities which relieve poverty and disadvantage, promote health and wellbeing, and strengthen communities.
We deliver children’s centres and family support services; a Staying Well service to tackle loneliness and isolation; Ovenden and Mixenden Initiative help people into employment and training, provide youth activity and diversionary projects and deliver activities that make the community safer, cleaner, greener and more cohesive.
We are looking to appoint an individual with a strong customer focus to provide friendly and efficient administrative support and help ensure the smooth running of the projects of the Ovenden and Mixenden Initiative (OMI) and Staying Well programmes.
The role involves:-
- Providing a friendly welcoming service to service users and stakeholders
- Assisting with the organisation’s internal communications through administration of databases, triage of enquiries and preparing documents for meetings.
- Undertaking service evaluation surveys over the telephone
- Maintaining appropriate records and data standards to ensure information is organised and evaluated effectively in adherence to the Data Protection Act.
It is essential that you have at least 2 years’ experience delivering excellent customer service working in a paid or voluntary capacity for an organisation with a lot of direct customer contact.
To request an application pack please email Julie.Jones@nhpltd.org.uk or ring 01422 251090.
Closing date 5pm Wednesday 29th July 2020.
Interviews to be held Tuesday 11th August 2020
North Halifax Partnership LTD is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Due to the nature of this post you will be required to undertake a DBS Check.
Do you want to be part of positive change in Calderdale?
An exciting opportunity has arisen at Halifax Opportunities Trust to join our Board of Trustees and make a difference to hundreds of people’s lives throughout Calderdale.
Halifax Opportunities Trust is an award-winning charity dedicated to making vibrant, multi-cultural and self-sustaining communities across Calderdale and has being doing so for over 20 years. Our work includes the delivery of children centres services and nurseries to helping community members find meaningful, quality work, and the provision of learning programmes that allow people to reach their full potential. In addition to that we run two thriving social enterprise business centres that support small and micro enterprises in the borough. On a typical day we work with over 1,700 people across Calderdale – many people refer to us as Calderdale’s best kept secret!
We are proud of the diversity and inclusivity of both our staff and our Board and are looking to recruit new members to the Board who can bring experience and/or expertise in the following areas: Living or working in Park or Warley wards Running a social enterprise or dealing with social finance Property development, particularly housing development Nutrition and/or food security Charity or company law. As well as being part of one of the largest social enterprise charities in the region, our Trustees are given regular opportunities to further their skills and knowledge through training, onsite visits and attendance at national conferences and events. We are active members of the development trust association, Locality, and Trustees regularly take advantage of our membership benefits to further their professional skillset and their understanding of place-based community action.
Our Board currently meets 4 times a year with some sub-groups meeting more often particularly in respect to finance. We are seeking individuals who have both the time and desire to commit to attending our quarterly meetings. If you are ready to become part of our growing charity please contact Alison Haskins on 01422 399401 or email email@example.com for an informal discussion about the role.
Applications for the role of Trustee will close on Friday 14th August 2020.
To find out more about what we do visit www.regen.org.uk
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Are you between 16 – 25 and not in employment or education?
The Prince’s Trust, in association with West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue service are offering an 8 week Free online training programme to gain a level 1 qualification in personal development and employability.
The course started on 29th of June but you may still be eligible.
For more information:
Call 07552 283640
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Citizens Advice Calderdale are offering support in the form of training to deal with gambling addiction.
With YouGov research showing that nearly two-thirds of “engaged” gamblers increasing the time or money they spend during the lockdown, it’s no better time to get up to speed with gambling support training.
Our Gambling Support trainer, Colin Bland, has produced a short awareness video to help anyone interested in the issues around gambling. He’s also busy getting his training videos completed before doing a big launch to anyone interested. If you’d like to know more about the services we provide then contact Colin through Twitter using @GambleSupportYH, and join his youtube channel
Visit Citizens Advice Calderdale
Tuesday 30th June, 12-2pm
Hosted over Zoom, the Forum will be led by WYCAS’ Chief Executive, Amanda Peters, with Helen Galvin, Community Accountant for Calderdale.
If you are involved in organising the finances in your organisation (as a volunteer or a paid worker) we’re guessing you will have had a tough couple of months….
COVID-19 and lockdown may have meant an increase in demand for your charity’s services, or having to deal with closing your premises entirely. You may have been furloughing staff, negotiating rent, applying for emergency funding, looking at the implications for cashflow, and working out how you get cheques signed if your trustees are all shielding?
If you’d like a chance to share some of your experiences over the last few months, as well as discuss any current issues or problems, you are very welcome to join us.
Log in information will be emailed to you one week prior to the event.
More info: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/wycas-calderdale-finance-forum-online-tickets-109160859068?
Healthy Minds workshops are back and available online via Zoom. They offer a selection of workshops that will help improve mental health and promote feelings of wellness.
We are delighted to be able to advertise a number of vacancies within our Children’s Centres across North and East Halifax and the Lower Valley. Many of these opportunities have become available due to staff progression internally within the organisation:
- Lead Deputy Children’s Centre Manager
- Senior Early Years Practitioner x 3
- Community Early Years Practitioner Plus
- Early Years Practitioner Plus x 2
- Early Years Practitioner x 2
- Advanced Administrator
- Projects Administrator
Closing date for applications is 12 noon on Friday 3rd July 2020
For more information about the individual vacancies and how to apply please visit our website at: www.surestartchildrenscentresnhp.org.uk/jobs-2/