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3 Sep

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3 Sep

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23 Aug

 

 

 

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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)

 

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16 Aug

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Community Infrastructure Levy – consultation

16 Aug

Overview

The Council receives a payment called a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) for new building projects, which is then used to fund necessary improvements in infrastructure.

We are seeking views on our proposals to use the Local CIL (Neighbourhood Portion) in Sheffield to:

  • promote the development of Neighbourhood Plans across the city
  • ensure that areas of higher deprivation receive a fairer overall share
  • improve how local communities are involved in the decisions on how it is spent

Why We Are Consulting

Background

What is Community Infrastructure Levy?

“A levy allowing local authorities to raise funds from owners or developers of land undertaking new building projects in their area.”

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a planning charge paid to Councils by owners or developers of land undertaking new building projects. It is used by councils to fund improvements to the infrastructure required to support new development. This could include transport, telecommunications, energy, water supply, sewerage and drainage, schools, hospitals, health centres, sports and recreational facilities and open space.

CIL is a flexible fund. Money collected from development in one part of the city can be used to help provide essential infrastructure in another part of the city. Therefore –

  • 80% of CIL goes into a central pot and the Council decides the priority city-wide projects that will receive this funding.
  • 5% of CIL goes to the Council for administration
  • 15% is called the ‘Neighbourhood Portion’ or ‘Local CIL’ and is used to fund local infrastructure needs. Local communities will decide on how this fund is allocated.

The Council started collecting CIL in July 2015. To date (August 2018) the total CIL collected is £7.4m. £1.1m of this is the ‘Neighbourhood Portion.’

This consultation is focused on the allocation of the Neighbourhood Portion.

The ‘Neighbourhood Portion’ or Local CIL

“Anything that is concerned with addressing the demands that development places on an area”.

Where there are town and parish councils, the CIL Neighbourhood Portion will be paid over directly to them and they will spend it on their infrastructure priorities. Sheffield has three local councils – Bradfield Parish Council, Ecclesfield Parish Council and Stocksbridge Town Council.

Where there is a Neighbourhood Plan the CIL Neighbourhood Portion is increased to 25%. A Neighbourhood Plan gives communities direct power to develop a shared vision for their neighbourhood and shape the development and growth of their local area. This 25% is paid to the local Neighbourhood Forum that has developed the Plan. Up to August 2018 there have been no Neighbourhood Plans adopted in Sheffield, although 3 are in preparation.

In non-parished areas without a Neighbourhood Plan (i.e. the majority of the city), the City Council will hold the CIL Neighbourhood Portion funds and ensure that it is spent within the “communities where development takes place”

What we are seeking views on

We now need your views on how the Neighbourhood Portion is allocated in non-parished areas or those areas without a Neighbourhood Plan, as well as how local communities are involved in the decisions on how it is spent.

Please see the flowchart attached to help you visualise the process we are consulting on.

https://sheffield.citizenspace.com/communities-business-strategy/use-of-the-community-infrastructure-levy/

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