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New Beginnings Project – learn what about services in Sheffield.

15 Jan

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Zest Health Activities January 2019

15 Jan

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Walking for Purpose

15 Jan

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RHS Greening Grey Britain

14 Jan

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To find out more please click on the link below:

2019 final ggb guidance

Community Safety Partnership Plan Launch – Feb 2019

14 Jan

The Sheffield Safer Communities Partnership would like to invite you to the launch of the Sheffield Community Safety Partnership Plan, on 01 February 2019, 9.30am-12pm at the Circle.

Speakers at the launch include

  • Councillor Jim Steinke, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods and Community Safety
  • Chief Superintendent Stuart Barton, Sheffield District Commander, South Yorkshire Police

It will be an opportunity to discuss how we can engage better with communities in Sheffield and we value your input in these discussions.

We would also like to use this as an opportunity to share much of the partnership work that goes on in Sheffield, so there will be a number of stalls around the room for you to browse and make contacts.

If you are able to attend, please could you confirm your attendance by emailing communitysafety@sheffield.gov.uk by Wednesday 23 January 2019.

ASSIST Sheffield is recruiting a Client Support Manager

21 Dec

Job Title:                              Client Support Manager
Responsible to:                    Trustees
Hours:                                    35

Holidays                               25 days + Bank Holidays
Salary:                                   £28,500 pa
Responsible for:                  Work of ASSIST’s Client Support volunteer teams and line                                                            management of staff

Location:                             ASSIST Sheffield, Victoria Hall Methodist Church, Norfolk St,                                                     Sheffield

This is an exciting opportunity to lead ASSIST’s experienced and diverse volunteer teams in delivering high quality support to refused destitute asylum seekers. The postholder will join a small leadership team, collectively holding responsibility for the work of ASSIST.

You will be experienced in managing or delivering support and advocacy services. You will be committed to the wellbeing of asylum seekers and to the values of solidarity and respect which underpin ASSIST’s work. You will be confident in enabling volunteers to work effectively with skill and compassion. You will thrive on teamwork in a dynamic and challenging environment, and will be ready to bring your skills to the leadership structures in a vibrant, learning organisation.

You will be an excellent communicator, committed to forging positive relationships with partners, and ready to hold responsibility confidently and transparently.

ASSIST Sheffield is a well-established charity which has supported refused destitute asylum seekers for 15 years. With over 300 volunteer workforce and a small staff team this is a dynamic and challenging working environment.

If this job sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Application Packs are available to download from our website.

Completed Application Forms should be emailed to: jobs@assistsheffield.org.uk

Please be aware that we will not accept CVs.

Deadline for applications – 12pm on 11th January 2019
Interview Date – w/c 21st January 2019

ASSIST is committed to equal opportunities policies and practices and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

ASSIST Sheffield is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, no: 1154862.

Social Movement Away Day – Hearing patient experiences of prostate cancer

20 Dec

We’re looking for men affected by prostate cancer or families to share their views of hospital visits and the support required, from diagnosis through treatment.  The survey is quick to complete taking about 8 minutes.  Anyone who has received a service for prostate cancer, in South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw or N. Derbyshire, can take the survey, or their partner or carer. The survey link is open throughout December until January 6th  2019. 

Survey link – Prostate Cancer and visits to hospital https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NHR3K7Y