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Development Worker – ShipShape

28 Jun

Development Worker


16 hours per week

Salary: £8,320.00 per annum plus pension contribution

Initially to 31st March 2020 – subject to further funding

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Development Worker to join the dynamic and friendly community team at ShipShape Health & Wellbeing Centre.

The Development Worker will work closely with ShipShape’s Manager to take a lead on Fundraising, have line management responsibilities and work on developing and evaluating services.

The post holder will:

Be responsible for line management of a team of health workers and lead team development activities;

Be part of the management team at ShipShape;

Oversee ShipShape’s funding strategy, write/support funding bids and develop other funding sources liaising with ShipShape’s Health Manager and Fundraising group;

Develop evaluation and coproduction questionnaires, conversations and activities to feed into service development and monitoring reports.

We are looking for someone committed to health and wellbeing work in the community who is dynamic with a positive approach and excellent spoken and written communication skills!  You will need line management and fundraising experience and to be a self-motivated person who loves to work in a team.  If this is you, please get in touch for an application pack or a chat!

For informal enquiries please contact Tanya Basharat, Manager on 0114 2500222. For an application pack, please contact us by email: or ring 0114 2500 222 / Postal address:  ShipShape Health and Well-being Centre, The Stables, Sharrow Lane, Sheffield, S11 8AE

DBS check will be requested in the event of the individual being offered the position.

Closing date: applications to be received by no later than 5.00 pm on 5th July

Interview date: 11th July 2019


Bags of Taste – Job Opportunity

26 Jun

Bags of Taste

Kick start your career with an apprenticeship

26 Jun

Kick start your career with an apprenticeship

Do you want to increase your earning potential or develop the skills to move your career forward?

Our Apprenticeship Recruitment Fair on Friday 5th July is the place to find out about the opportunities available through Sheffield City Council.

You will have direct access to managers recruiting over the next few months and some of our current apprentices will be on hand to answer your questions.

Vacancies on offer include Customer Service, Business Administration, IT Application Specialist, Housing, Vehicle Stores Operative, Motor Vehicle Fitter, Surveying Technician, Level 6 Surveyor and Adult Social Care.

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Victoria Centre – Volunteers Wanted

11 Jun

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Job Opportunity

11 Jun

Title: Education Tutor

Organisation: Sheffield Wednesday Football Club

Reference: Vacancy Reference No: 66


General Responsibilities

  • To offer students a high quality learning experience to achieve the goal or qualification for which they are studying.
  • To teach on Sport study programmes (BTEC and NCFE) ranging from levels 1-3 and to be the personal tutor for select cohorts.
  • Organise suitable guest speakers, educational visits and work placements to enhance student experience.
  • Ensure an engaging and motivating learning experience for students through successful teaching and personal tutoring. These should be to the standard of funders and Ofsted.
  • To make a significant contribution to curriculum development and course co-ordination.
  • To teach on programmes in other service delivery areas as may be reasonably required.
  • To contribute effectively to the team’s collective responsibility for:
    • Marketing activities
    • Regular meetings
    • The induction of new members
    • Planning, designing and up-dating the programme and its materials and activities
    • Delivering the programme
    • Creating and maintaining course, student records and associated administration
    • Recruitment and interviewing of students
    • The timely assessment of students
    • Monitoring student progress
    • The evaluation of the programme
    • Identifying personal and professional development needs
    • Developing and maintaining links with employers
  • To teach effectively on a range of courses and programmes.
  • Work positively and collaboratively with colleagues to ensure that students have the best opportunity to flourish and succeed
  • Ensure that appropriate challenging student targets are effectively set and monitored
  • To develop course materials, schemes of work, lesson plans etc. and make these available through the shared information system.
  • Systematically improve the quality of learning activities, ensuring that they meet quality standards and result in improving student success rates
  • Keep up-to-date with qualification frameworks, subject specifications, assessment procedures within your subject area
  • Systematically improve the quality of learning activities, ensuring that they meet quality standards and result in improving student success rates
  • To contribute to the organisational requirements.
  • To carry out all duties and responsibilities with due regard to Equal Opportunity Policies and Health and Safety policies
  • Course management
  • To undertake liaison, administrative, tutorial and pastoral duties for one or more groups of full-time or part-time students.
  • To work with others to develop existing and new programmes.
  • To work co-operatively with the Curriculum Managers and colleagues to achieve objectives.


  • Degree in Sport or Physical Education
  • Teaching qualifications e.g PGCE, Level 5 Diploma in Education & Training
  • Driving license
  • Basic First Aid Training
  • Safeguarding Certificate


  • Teaching experience in the 16-19 age group
  • Understanding of every child matters
  • Evidence of CPD
  • Completing Schemes of work and lesson plans
  • Assessing learning using a range of methods
  • Experience in quality assurance procedures including internal verification

Job Category: Education

Contract Type: Full Time

Hours: 37

Benefits: Car Allowance
Westfield Healthcare
Complimentary season tickets
Opportunity to purhcase away match tickets in advance of general sale
10% discount on full price retail goods from the Megastore

Closing Date: 25/06/2019

How to Apply: To apply please send your CV to

Salary: 20000-22000


Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust – Traineeship Opportunities

6 Jun

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Job Opportunity – HealthWatch Sheffield Chief Officer

21 May

Job Title:                   Healthwatch Chief Officer

Employer:                 Voluntary Action Sheffield

Responsible to:      VAS’s Chief Executive      

Responsible for:     Healthwatch staff and volunteer team (6 staff, plus volunteers)

Salary:                       £34,894

Pension:                    VAS pension scheme with 6% employer contribution and                                                             compulsory employee contribution subject to Auto-enrolment                                                   requirements

Hours:                   Full time (35 hours per week), we welcome part time and jobshare                                          applications.  The post will include very occasional evenings and                                              weekends

Holidays:                  25 days’ annual leave in addition to 11 statutory and additional holidays.

Location:                  The Circle, Rockingham Lane, Sheffield S1 4FW


For informal discussion on this position please contact:

Maddy Desforges, Chief Executive, Voluntary Action Sheffield: 0114 2536607, email

To apply: email for an application pack and return the application form by email, or post to Human Resources, Voluntary Action Sheffield, The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane, Sheffield S1 4FW, by 21 May 2019 midnight.

Interviews will be held on 6 June at The Circle, Sheffield.