Full-time Personal Navigator (Financial Inclusion)
Fixed term until 31.10.2019 Salary: £21,286 (full time – 35 hours a week)
This post is open to applicants wishing to job-share.
Based at our Chesterfield office, you will be expected to travel and work from outreach offices across North Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire.
For an application pack:
Derbyshire Law Centre is striving to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Closing date: Monday 26.2.2018, 4.30pm.
Interviews on Wednesday 7.3.18
In partnership with:
Social Movement in Cancer Prevention,
Awareness and Support
Project Support & Communications Administrator
Do you want the opportunity to work for a successful, dynamic and innovative organisation that champions the work and changing needs of the health related Voluntary and Community Sector in Derbyshire?
Salary: pro rata, £19.500 + 5% pension contribution
Hours: 22.5 hours per week
Term of Employment: Fixed until 31 March 2019
Derbyshire Voluntary Action seeks a talented administration and communications individual to support three Project Workers in the delivery of an exciting new initiative.
Working alongside project partners in Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham, Barnsley and Bassetlaw our aim is to increase rates of early detection of cancer. We will do this by harnessing the skills and commitment of volunteer “Champions” to create a new “Social Movement in Cancer Prevention, Awareness and Support.”
The Project Support Administrator will be responsible for providing essential communication and administrative support to Derbyshire Voluntary Action’s Be Cancer Safe team, which will be working across High Peak, North Derbyshire Dales, Chesterfield, North East Derbyshire and Bolsover districts.
Applications by CV not accepted.
Deadline for receipt of applications: 12 noon on Wednesday 21 February 2018
Interview date: Tuesday 27 February 2018
Email your application to email@example.com or post it to:
Be Cancer Safe, Derbyshire Voluntary Action, Offices 2a-2c, Market Hall, Chesterfield S40 1AR.
Community Connector & Relationship Builder
£15,379 per annum, pro rata
plus 7% Employers Pension Contribution
28 hours per week (full-time equivalent 35 hours)
initially funded until 31st March 2022
Thanks to National Lottery players, Foxhill Forum has secured a grant of £256,108
over 4 years from the Big Lottery Fund to develop and deliver a brand new Reaching
Out Community Befriending Service from April 2018.
This brand new service will work with and support socially isolated local people
(those identified as the hardest to reach) through befriending, developing their
confidence either in their own home or another venue and offering tailored support
encouraging them to participate in wider community opportunities.
We are looking to recruit a Community Connector & Relationship Builder to join our
front line delivery team. The post is a NEW and exciting opportunity for someone
who is interested in making a difference to the lives of others.
The post holder, who will report to the Chief Executive, will be responsible for
developing and building productive relationships with isolated local people,
supporting them to develop their confidence through taster activities and
interventions, and guide them towards accessing mainstream opportunities.
We are looking for a natural and effective communicator, someone who is
motivating and encouraging and has an interest in supporting and developing others.
To receive an information and recruitment pack please contact us either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or telephoning us on 0114 231 5522. You will need to provide us with your contact details, home address, where you saw the advert, and whether you would prefer an electronic or hard copy. Please Note: CV’s will not be accepted. All initial enquiries regarding the post, please contact Andrew Buxton, Hub Programme & Development Manager by telephone on 0114 231 5522.
Closing Date for Applications: Thursday 8th March 2018 at 12 noon.