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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

Job Opportunity – Apprentice Recruitment Administrator

5 Sep

Post Title:                           Apprentice Recruitment Administrator x 2: Ref #199

Contract:                            Minimum 12 months to complete Level 2 Business and                                                          Administration 

Salary:                                  £3.70 per hour

Hours:                                  37 hours per week

Work Pattern:                   9.30 – 4.30/5.00 Monday to Friday

Location:                             Norfolk St, Sheffield, S1 2JB

MM Recruitment Services has two apprenticeship opportunities at its Sheffield premises in the city centre. The selected candidate will study a Business and Administration Level 2 framework through Sheffield City Council while working at the employer site.

With roots dating back to the late 1990s, this recruitment service is one of the UK’s leading healthcare staffing companies, placing nurses, doctors, healthcare assistants, support workers and healthcare managers into a wide range of healthcare institutions throughout the UK. They have capitalised on its reputation for supplying exceptional healthcare professionals and providing an unrivalled service to the UK healthcare market.

Job description / specification:

  • Dealing with email and telephone enquiries
  • Processing of incoming documents
  • Operation of office equipment
  • Keeping computer records up to date and filing
  • Data entry
  • Compiling and preparing reports
  • Managing database & filing systems
  • Other Admin duties
  • Monitor email enquiries and respond in a timely manner
  • Maintaining files and filing, photocopying, faxing etc.
  • Maintaining spreadsheets & other clerical duties
  • Ensuring DBS checks are renewed for existing employees in-line with Company Policy and CQC requirements
  • Destroying DBS certificates in-line with Data Protection
  • Ensuring Contacts of Employment and Job Descriptions for new and current employees are issued, signed and returned to be kept on their personnel records
  • Provide support to Managers/HR Advisors with audio typing of Investigations, Disciplinary and Grievance Hearings, Absence Reviews,
  • Support the HR Team with maintaining and updating SharePoint, to ensure all personal information is accurate and up to date
  • Taking minutes at various HR meetings and distributing these appropriately
  • Support with the ID badge process for new and existing employees
  • Support with the volunteers process

Desired skills

  • Be computer/IT literate
  • An effective communicator with good telephone manner
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to interact at all levels both internal and external
  • Able to us Microsoft systems such excel, word etc.
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to use Microsoft applications such as Outlook and Excel

Personal qualities

  • Team player
  • Flexible can do attitude
  • Polite and courteous
  • Supportive to team members
  • Honest
  • Hardworking
  • Desired qualifications

GCSE C or above in maths, English and ICT or equivalent

Applying for the role:

For more information about this role, visit http://www.skillsmadeeasy.org.uk/vacancies/or the National Apprenticeship Service portal on Gov.uk. Applications should be made by submitting a CV directly to Skills Made Easy at skillsmadeeasy@sheffield.gov.uk quoting reference number 199 (Ref: #199) in the subject line of the email.

The vacancy will remain open until filled. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted directly by Skills Made Easy with information on arrangements for interview.

Jobs at St Wilfrids

22 Aug

Title: Charity Director

Organisation: St Wilfrid’s Centre

Reference: HZNSW101

Description:

Hazon Consulting is delighted to be able to offer a unique opportunity to join the vibrant St Wilfrid’s Centre, a wonderful Sheffield-based charity who work tirelessly to support homeless, vulnerable and socially excluded adults.

With prior experience within a voluntary, community sector or social-work setting, you as Charity Director, will provide inspirational leadership, direction and management to the Centre, its employees and volunteers. Passionate about engaging with Service Users, you will ensure St Wilfrid’s responds to their needs and continues to provide support which reflects the Christian ethos of the Centre.

With responsibility for the running of St Wilfrid’s Centre and acting as a link between St Wilfrid’s Place (a 20-bed residential project) and the Diocese of Hallam, this is your opportunity to lead a team of 17 staff and approximately 150 active volunteers, all of whom work together to support and welcome 60 clients each day. Confident in achieving objectives and in collaboration with employees, you will deliver on the business plan, prepare and monitor budgets. A self-motivated and determined manager you will effectively balance strategic and operational role requirements against Service User needs.

As an accomplished networker and fundraiser, you will relish acting as spokesperson, working proactively to identify and nurture business opportunities and partnerships. You will oversee the fundraising strategy to ensure sustainability and represent St Wilfrid’s by participating in partnership meetings and relevant forums. Accountable to the Trustees of the Diocese of Hallam, you will report to the Management Committee. You will be tasked with ensuring the Centre fulfils its legal, statutory and regulatory responsibilities and that Health & Safety and Safeguarding procedures are understood and implemented. You will receive supervision to support you in delivering objectives and demonstrate impact through implementing effective measuring and evaluation procedures.

As St Wilfrid’s is at an exciting time following a recent consultation with employees to feed into a new and ambitious business plan, this role would suit a talented individual, keen to take the lead role. Candidates with proven change management and people-leadership experience are therefore warmly invited to apply.

Key Dates:

The closing date for applications is: Tuesday 11th September

Short-listing will take place: Friday 14th September

Interview Schedule:          Round 1 will take place: 19th September

Round 2 will take place: 28th September

 Please note that a full driving licence and access to a vehicle is required for this role.

Hazon Consulting Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.

Job Category: Managerial

Contract Type: Full Time

Hours: 9am – 5pm Monday – Friday, with one 10am – 6pm day per week

Benefits: • Matched pension contributions up to 6%
• Death in service benefit
• Free on-site parking
• Supervision
• Hot & cold drinks, biscuits and snacks
• Sandwich or 2-course cooked lunch each day
• Shower

Closing Date: 10/09/2018

How to Apply: To find out more about becoming part of this fabulous team, please contact: paula@hazonconsulting.com or call: 07772 545598 and request a job pack and application form.

Salary: £40,000 – £45,000 (D.O.E)

 

Dementia Project Officer

9 Aug

We are looking to appoint a Project Officer to support our Dementia Team.

This is an exciting opportunity to become part of Heeley City Farm’s Dementia team planning and delivering a variety of therapeutic, green and creative sessions for people with dementia, family carers and those who have been carers, both on the farm site and across Sheffield and Derbyshire

15 hours per week @ £17,972 – £19,819 pro rata depending on experience 

For an informal discussion about the post and project please contact Lee Pearse: 0114 250 5107 (leave a message and we’ll contact you) or email lee@heeleyfarm.org.uk

For further details and an application form please email ‘jobs@heeleyfarm.org.uk’ 

Completed applications must be received by 5pm Friday 24th August 2018 

Interviews will take place on Thursday 6th September 2018 

You can download a full job Dementia Project Officer Job Pack below (Note: The application form is in PDF format, if you would like it in a Word document please email jobs@heeleyfarm.org.uk)

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