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Job Opportunity – St Vincent de Paul Society (England & Wales)

22 Feb

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Store Manager to join our fantastic Furniture Store based in Sheffield. The successful candidate will be responsible for the management, development and smooth running of the Furniture Store including managing staff and volunteers.

Working Hours = 30 or 37.5 hour per week to suit candidate.

Contract = Permanent

Salary = £23,000 – £26,000 (Based on 37.5 hours per week) per annum depending on experience.

Benefits Package = 33 days holiday (pro rata) per year inclusive of bank holidays increasing to 38 days with service with the option to buy or sell leave, competitive pension scheme, enhanced maternity pay and lots more.

The main duties of the Furniture Store Manager will involve –

  • Working closely with Sheffield City Council and other agencies to maximise the support provided
  • Ensuring the Store is financially sustainable through developing budgets, monitoring costs and increasing income
  • Promoting the Store to other organisations including businesses, agencies and schools
  • Delivering effective people management, recruitment and development of staff and volunteers
  • Being accountable for operational compliance and policy implementation in relation to safeguarding, health and safety and HR

 

It is essential for the candidate to demonstrate the following –

  • Excellent level of English and Maths
  • Great communication skills both verbal and written
  • Solid IT skills
  • Effective people management, leadership and motivational skills
  • Good organisational and time management skills working in a fast moving environment
  • Proven track record of achieving targets and the passion to exceed.
  • Empathy with and commitment in living the Society’s ethos and values

 

It is desirable that the candidate can demonstrate the following –

  • Working experience within a furniture store
  • Knowledge of the re-use sector
  • Experience of managing and supporting volunteers
  • Clean UK driving licence

 

Advert Closing Date = 25th February 2019

Application Deadline = 1st March 2019

Interviews = 6th March 2019

 

If you feel you have the relevant skills and experience to fulfil this role successfully, please apply in the first instance with your CV to lorraine@svpfurniturestoresheffield.org.uk

Previous candidates need not apply. Unfortunately, if you have not received a response within four weeks of your application, you have not been successful on this occasion.

The St Vincent de Paul Society (or as it is often known – the SVP) is an international Christian voluntary organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage by providing practical assistance to those in need. We feed the hungry, we support the homeless, we visit the lonely and we befriend the stranger.

 

Job Opportunity

29 Jan

Title: Deputy Cat Welfare Manger (Maternity Cover)

Organisation: The Sheffield Cats Shelter

Description:

The Sheffield Cats Shelter has been caring for cats for 122 years in Sheffield, and we rescue and re-home hundreds of cats and kittens each year. We rely solely on donations to take in, neuter, microchip and vaccinate vulnerable cats, as well as providing their necessary veterinary care, before finding them their new loving forever homes.

Hours of Work: 5 days: 35 hours per week: Sunday to Friday – Fixed Term for 6 months. You will be required to work at weekends, bank holidays and be available to work additional hours to cover for sickness and holidays.

Salary: 16,760 Per Annum

Examples of some of the duties involved (this is not a full list):

Oversee and assist with:

  • Feeding, medicating and general welfare of cats and kittens
  • Cleaning routines and adoptions
  • Website and social media updates
  • Customer service

Be responsible for:

  • Deputising for the Cat Care Manager
  • Vets visits
  • General administration
  • Supervision of staff and volunteers
  • New admissions and health checks
  • Adhering to Health and Safety Legislation

Job Category: Managerial

Contract Type: Short Term

Hours: 35 Hours Per Week

Benefits:

Closing Date: 22/02/2019

How to Apply: To learn more about how to apply, please visit http://www.thesheffieldcatsshelter.org/dcwm/

Salary: 16,380 Per Annum

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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.

Sheffield Project for Refugee INtegration & Growth (SPRING)

29 Nov

Do you want to be part of an exciting new project to welcome refugees into Sheffield?  Sheffield Project for Refugee Integration & Growth (SPRING) is a new European funded initiative that will offer holistic support to empower and enable refugees to meet their potential and integrate into the local community.

SPRING will help to address some of the gaps identified in the 2016 Review of Asylum Needs. It brings together six core organisations – Voluntary Action Sheffield (VAS), City of Sanctuary Sheffield (COSS), Citizens Advice Sheffield, Sheffield Association for the Voluntary Teaching of English (SAVTE), Sheffield City Council (through the LAASLO worker) and the mental health charity SOLACE.

VAS is the lead partner managing the contract with the services and support operating out of City of Sanctuary Sheffield’s’ new city centre premises at The Sanctuary, creating the ‘one stop shop’ envisaged in the Needs Review.  It will enable services and volunteers to coordinate activities and effectively signpost refugees, making their journey better supported and less stressful.

Citizens’ Advice will increase specialist advice, SAVTE will offer high quality English tuition, linked to practical and work-based situations.  VAS’ New Beginnings project will provide volunteering support and increase employment support with particular reference to Universal Credit. Sheffield City Council’s LAASLO worker will provide move on support to new refugees helping with that transition period, and for the first time in Sheffield, refugees will be able to access specialist counselling from SOLACE.

Details of all the posts being recruited for this project are on the VAS jobs website www.vas.org.uk/what-we-do/jobs/ . Type SPRING or AMIF in the keyword box. Partner delivery model:

For application pack contact recreuitment@vas.org.uk

VAS is currently recruiting:

SPRING Project Co-ordinator, 21 hours per week, £26,434 + 6% pension

Application deadline: Monday 10th December 9am                Interview date Friday 14th December

SPRING Project administrator, 35 hours per week, £17,333 + 6% pension

Application deadline: Tuesday 11th December 9am                Interview date: Tuesday 18th December

SPRING Project Employment support worker, 21 hours per week, £20,400 + 6% pension

Application deadline: Wednesday 12th December 9am          Interview date: Wednesday 19th December

 

These posts are funded until 31 December 2020.

Email recruitment@vas.org.uk for an application pack