If you’re looking for a career in the VCSE sector, this will be the perfect opportunity to meet local VCSE Organisations and find out about volunteering opportunities across Calderdale.
No need to book in advance, you can just drop in.
Monday 23rd January 20231pm – 6pm (Drop in) VAC Resource Centre, 8b Hall St Halifax HX1 5AY
The Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprise (VCSE) Sector offers an array of both volunteering and paid job opportunities.
Are you passionate about supporting women who have experienced domestic abuse?
Do you have housing management experience?
Do you have the leadership skills to mould a developing service and take it to the next level?
We would love to hear from you if you believe that every woman deserves a safe and decent home in which they can reach their full potential, and if you have the knowledge, skills and experience to make this project a success. We are especially keen to hear from high impact individuals that have the determination to make a significant and sustained contribution.
You will provide high quality, proactive and confidential tenant focused housing management services to enable vulnerable women escaping Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence to maintain a confidential tenancy and achieve independent living in dispersed units of accommodation located across the Bradford district. You will supervise staff, raise the profile of Daizybell Homes and liaise with funders and partners in Bradford and Hull
Daizybell’s journey is just starting, our vision is bold and ambitious so if you want to be part of a dynamic team that will help change lives: this is exactly the right time to join us.
The salary for this post is NJC scale 29 (currently £33,486) for 35 hours per week (full-time). Annual holiday entitlement is 30 days + 8 days Bank Holidays per annum.
For informal enquiries and to request an application pack, please email email@example.com
To download an application pack please visit: www.bradfordrapecrisis.org.uk
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 7th December 2022 at 9am
Interviews will be held in mid-December.
PLEASE NOTE: BRC & SASS & Daizybell offer services within a women-only safe space to women and girls who have experienced sexual/domestic violence. It is an occupational requirement under the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, part 1) for this post to be filled by a woman.
From the first Sure Start Children’s Centre to the first Men in Sheds group in Calderdale and lots in between. North Halifax is an area with a history of successful volunteer and community led programmes. And you could be part of it!
The Staying Well, the team based within North Halifax Partnership, one of the three Community Anchor organisations in Calderdale, we are excited to announce that we are expanding and looking to hire two new Full Time, Fixed Term workers to join our team!
Full Job Description and Application details can be found here
The role involves:
- Working with individuals to help find their own outcomes and solutions
- Working with communities to develop local, sustainable social opportunities
- Developing and maintaining partnerships with a wide range of stakeholders
It is essential that you have:
- Experience of working 1:1 with vulnerable people.
- Skills in working with voluntary and community groups – developing activities and building capacity
- Excellent time management of own timetable, including experience of managing a caseload
We are especially looking for someone who is passionate about working with communities to address wider health and wellbeing issues. The successful candidate will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the issues effecting vulnerable people as well as experience of successful community development.
If you are interested and want to know more, we encourage you to get in touch and ask us about the role, all enquiries welcome. Contact Nicola Webster on 07951 941 091 or Nicola.Webster@calderdale.gov.uk
Wider information on Staying Well can be found at www.stayingwellhub.com
Closing date for applications is 12 noon on Monday 31st October
Every day is different, and you will be in the privileged position of helping young children develop and learn through play and care.
Key skills must include…
A warm smiley face that makes children feel safe and secure.
The ability to sing (in tune is not a necessity) but in front of a crowd is essential!
You must be patient and kind with the ability to accept a couple of interruptions during story time.
The preferred candidate must have a good sense of humour and a good imagination, if a child requests that you are a dinosaur, you will be the best roar-some dinosaur you can be!
Knowledge of aliens, superheroes and children’s characters would be advantageous.
You must feel comfortable telling everybody in the same room as you that you are going to the bathroom. You must also be prepared to leave the building feeling comfortable with unknown substances on your clothing.
And finally you must be prepared to distribute hugs when needed, ensuring children feel special and loved.
There is simply no other job quite like it
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