Jobs and Volunteering

Jobs & Volunteering

Organisation: YMCA Norfolk
Position: Engagement Worker
Contract: Permanent
Pay: £9.68/hr
Hours: 20 hrs per week

YMCA Norfolk is seeking an Engagement Worker to make YMCA Norfolk a model of excellence in resident engagement, with co-production being at the core of the Association's decision making to give residents a sense of belonging. This will be achieved by developing and utilising consultative and representative structures and facilitating the development of social, educational and leisure activities.

YMCAN JD Engagement Worker - Agreed

If you require further information on this role, please contact Lisa Xuereb on 01603 621263 Ext. 122 or lisa.xuereb@ymcanorfolk.org

To apply, please complete an Application Form and Job Application Survey Form and forward to recruitment@ymcanorfolk.org or by post to Lisa Xuereb, HR Advisor, 35 - 37 Exchange Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1DP.

Closing Date: Monday 10th August 2015 at 9.00am
Interview Date: Thursday 27th August 2015


Organisation: YMCA Norfolk
Position: Quality and Performance Officer
Contract: Permanent
Pay: £11.33/hr
Hours: 25 hrs per week

YMCA Norfolk is seeking a Quality and Performance Officer to be responsible for monitoring performance and service delivery, and delivering business improvement across YMCA Norfolk, to ensure compliance and consistency with regard to the implementation of our policies and procedures and ensure that service users are engaged in driving quality and business improvements. 

YMCAN JD Quality and Peformance Officer - Agreed

If you require further information on this role, please contact Lisa Xuereb on 01603 621263 Ext. 122 or lisa.xuereb@ymcanorfolk.org

To apply, please complete an Application Form and Job Application Survey Form and forward to recruitment@ymcanorfolk.org or by post to Lisa Xuereb, HR Advisor, 35 - 37 Exchange Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1DP.

Closing Date: Monday 10th August 2015 at 9.00am
Interview Date: Friday 28th August 2015


Organisation: YMCA Norfolk
Position: X2 Property Co-ordinator (Days)
Contract: Permanent
Pay: £7.85/hr
Hours: 1 x 37.5 hrs per week / 1 x 21.5 hrs per week

YMCA Norfolk are seeking Property Co-ordinators (working days) in Norwich to undertake the effective operational delivery of housing management functions to tenants to agreed standards, towards our mission of 'transforming young lives and to also ensure provision of a safe and secure environment through management of Health and Safety in the My Place scheme.

Property Co-ordinator (Days) Job Description 2015

For more information on this role, please contact Lisa Xuereb on 01603 621263 Ext. 122 or lisa.xuereb@ymcanorfolk.org

To apply, please complete an Application Form and Job Application Survey Form and forward to recruitment@ymcanorfolk.org or by post to Lisa Xuereb, HR Advisor, 35 - 37 Exchange Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1DP.

Closing Date: Monday 3rd August 2015 at 9.00am
Interview Date: T.B.A


Organisation: YMCA Norfolk
Position: 
Income Recovery Officer
Location: Norwich, Norfolk
Contract: Permanent
Pay: £10.27 per hour
Hours: 37.5 /hrs per week

YMCA Norfolk are seeking an Income Recovery Officer to join the Finance Department on a permanent basis. As an Organisation we are able to offer some flexibility within the working hours, therefore would also consider a 30/hrs per week post.

Income Recovery Officer JD

If you require further information on this role, please contact Lisa Xuereb on 01603 621263 Ext. 122 or lisa.xuereb@ymcanorfolk.org

To apply, please complete an Application Form and Job Application Survey Form and forward to recruitment@ymcanorfolk.org or by post to Lisa Xuereb, HR Advisor, 35 - 37 Exchange Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1DP.

Closing Date: Monday 10th August 2015 at 9.00am
Interview Date: To Be Confirmed


Organisation: YMCA Norfolk
Position: Housing Manager - Community Based Housing
Location: Norwich, Norfolk
Contract: Permanent
Pay: £14.78/hr
Hours: 37.5hrs per week

YMCA Norfolk is seeking a Housing Manager to ensure the effective operational delivery of community based accommodation services to providers, hosts, resident landlords, licence holders and tenants, towards our mission of enabling transformation in the lives of young people and also to develop and manage the Volunteer Counselling Service.

YMCAN JD Housing Manager - Community Based Accommodation 

If you require further information on this role, please contact Lisa Xuereb on 01603 621263 Ext. 122 or lisa.xuereb@ymcanorfolk.org

To apply, please complete an Application Form and Job Application Survey Form and forward to recruitment@ymcanorfolk.org or by post to Lisa Xuereb, HR Advisor, 35 - 37 Exchange Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1DP.

Closing Date: Monday 10th August 2015 at 9.00am
Interview Date: Friday 14th August 2015


Organisation: Break 
Job Title: Project Support Worker - (FL1609)
Location: Norfolk / Suffolk 
Current salary: £15,852 - £18,648 per annum. At appointment, the salary will be between £15,852 and £17,847 per annum, depending on qualifications and experience.
Hours: Full Time

We are seeking a Full Time Project Support Worker to join the team to run our specialist short break services looking after young people. The services are based in a variety of locations in Norfolk and Suffolk. This will involve supporting young people in a wooden holiday home, taking young people on themed breaks to various locations such as Nancy Oldfield, Eaton Vale and the Wardens, supporting young people at our youth group in Norwich. We also support siblings taking them out on activities in the local area. Candidates will need to be able to demonstrate commitment, flexibility, imagination, creativity and enthusiasm to support our young people with learning disabilities, health care needs and autistic spectrum conditions.  

We focus on promoting social skills, independence, advocacy and rights to ensure they enjoy life to their full potential. This challenging work also requires energy, resilience and thought, but can be extremely rewarding. Candidates must be 22 years or over. This vacancy is open to men and women as we aim to provide a gender balance in caring for our young people. The successful candidate will be required to work a rota/shift pattern including nights, weekends and sleep-ins (£33.93 paid per sleep-in duty).

Please apply online here
Please Note: We cannot accept a CV as a means of application - you will need to complete an application form which can be found on our website

Closing Date: Thursday, 13th August 2015 
The Safe care Interviews are scheduled to take place on Wednesday, 26th August 2015 and the Professional/Formal Interviews are scheduled to take place on Wednesday, 26th August 2015.


Organisation: Great Yarmouth Borough Council
Job Title: Neighbourhood & Communities Neighbourhoods That Works (NTW) CoOrdinator
Location: Great Yarmouth
Salary: £27,924 - £30,978
Hours: 37 Hours per week - 3 Years (up to 5 years funding Dependent) Fixed Term

This exciting new post will be responsible for ensuring the successful delivery of the Neighbourhoods that Work (NTW) programme and will be the lead GYBC officer for this brand new Big Lottery funded initiative. In addition to coordinating and facilitating partnerships, managing financial and performance data, and monitoring neighbourhood based initiatives, you will take a hands on role in shaping our approach to working with communities in partnership with other organisations in the public, voluntary and private sectors to deliver better outcomes for residents and communities of Great Yarmouth.

You will need to be; 
* able to effectively interpret and incorporate long term strategic objectives alongside the planning for frontline delivery, in the areas of community development, economic development and public service transformation 
* a skilled communicator with a natural ability to lead, coordinate and facilitate multi-stakeholder groupings, partnerships and networks  
* a forward planner, identifying and aligning a range of new and existing resources to complement and build upon programme delivery objectives and those contributing to the wider vision for the borough 
* thorough and detailed in your approach, in order to undertake complex monitoring and analysis, manage programme delivery databases, and to record and collate multi-agency data 
* knowledgeable and experienced in fundraising, investment, procurement and commissioning environments 
* knowledgeable of the broader operating environment of the public sector and the community and voluntary sector  

The breadth and diversity of this post means you will have a central role in the successful delivery of the NTW programme, in turn making positive differences in communities across Great Yarmouth.   

We offer a competitive salary, a number of work related benefits, attractive terms and conditions and membership of the Local Government Pension Scheme.  Recruitment packs are available from Human Resources, tel. 01493 846324 or you can apply online at gybc.engageats.co.uk. CVs are not accepted. The Council operates an equal opportunities policy and we welcome applications from all parts of the community.

Closing date: 4th August 2015 
Interview date: 17th August 2015 
 


Organisation: Voluntary Norfolk
Job Title:
 Accounts Officer   
Location: Norwich
Salary: £17,714 per annum pro rata
Hours: 30 hours per week 

* To assist the Finance Manager and Lead Accounts Specialist in the maintenance of the integrity of the accounting records of Voluntary Norfolk 
* To ensure that purchases made have followed procedures by obtaining Purchase Orders correctly authorised 
* To be responsible for the purchase ledger, reconcile suppliers' accounts and to arrange timely payments to suppliers via BACS 
* To set up BACS payments for purchase invoices and to work with Charity BackRoom staff in ensuring timely settlement of client invoices 
* To construct and send out all sales invoices and to ensure timely settlement of the same by exercising credit control procedures  
* To undertake accounts work relating to the external delivery of Charity BackRoom's book keeping client work. Such work will include a wide spectrum of activities to include Book-keeping, Purchase Ledgers, Sales Ledger, Banking and financial-based Data Entry 
* To act as a contact point for external Accounts clients 
* To be able to mentor external clients in the effective use of SAGE Line 50 when required 
* To support the Lead Accounts Specialist as required in the carrying out of their duties 
* To support the finance team in the absence of other team members 

Applicants are asked not to attach a CV to their submitted application form, or to enclose copies of references. Applicants are specifically advised to refer to both the job description and the person specification when completing part 4 of the application form. Please be advised that applicants not short listed for interview will not be informed. 

Please return completed applications to: HR Manager Voluntary Norfolk St Clements House 2-16 Colegate Norwich NR3 1BQ Or by email to: michellewinmill@voluntarynorfolk.org.uk 

Thank you for the interest you have shown in this post, we look forward to receiving your completed application. For further information please contact either Tony Clarkson on 01603 883849 or Karen Cleave on 01603 883815

Closing date: Monday 3rd August 2015
Interview date: Wednesday 12 August 2015


Organisation: Voluntary Norfolk
Job Title:
 HR Manager 
Location: Norwich
Salary: £30,178 to £33,857per annum pro rata  
Hours: 37 hours per week (full time) 

Contributing to the senior leadership and strategic development of Voluntary Norfolk as the lead HR specialist To be responsible for the internal HR functions of Voluntary Norfolk. To ensure the provision of proactive HR services that meet the needs of internal customers; staff and management, and supports Voluntary Norfolk in the achievement of its vision and objectives, ensuring the service is tailored to meet current, emerging and future business needs.  

Applicants are asked not to attach a CV to their submitted application form, or to enclose copies of references. Applicants are specifically advised to refer to both the job description and the person specification when completing part 4 of the application form. Please be advised that applicants not short listed for interview will not be informed. 

Please return completed applications to: HR Manager Voluntary Norfolk St Clements House 2-16 Colegate Norwich NR3 1BQ Or by email to: michellewinmill@voluntarynorfolk.org.uk 

Thank you for the interest you have shown in this post, we look forward to receiving your completed application. For further information please contact Michelle Winmil on 01603 883816

Closing date: Sunday 2 August 2015
Interview date: Wednesday 5 August 2015


Organisation: Future Projects 
Job Title: X2 Support Workers

Location: Hemsby/Yarmouth and the Breckland area respectively

This is an exciting opportunity to use your creativity and initiative to secure and grow important community-based services, and to make a very real difference to people and communities in need. Successful applicants will be: 

* Good communicators that are able to strike up conversations and develop positive relationships      with individuals from a range of backgrounds 
* Able to coordinate work tasks independently and work towards achieving project aims
* Experienced in monitoring and reporting
* Flexible, responsive and able to quickly identify solutions to client problems  

Application packs are available on our website www.futureprojects.org.uk
CV applications will not be accepted. 

For an informal discussion or if you have any questions please contact:  Laura Bloomfield Support Manager  
Telephone: 01603 271 331 
Email: l.bloomfield@futureprojects.org.uk

Closing date: Wednesday 5th August 2015
Interviews: 7th August 2015


Organisation: ENYP
Job Title: Youth and Children's Worker
Location: Norfolk
Salary: £16,100 - £18,595 pro rata (depending on experience and qualifications).
Hours: 30 hours a week (or job share) - Role starts from September 2015 for six-month period, with a view to continue and grow 

We are looking for a Youth and Children's Worker to further develop this essential work of ENYP. He/she will have oversight of Youth Work and Children's Work/ Informal Education between the age group of 5- 19 and the ability to raise up a generation of young leaders. The ideal candidate will be energetic, enthusiastic and committed to broadening access to young people that experience a range of barriers to participation. The post-holder will work within the team to ensure that vulnerable young people are able to access high quality and engaging provision. They will help design and develop our existing activities and programmes. 

For an application pack please contact ENYP Administrator by email:administrator@enyp.org.uk 

Closing date: 7th August 2015. 
Interviews will take place in early September 2015.


Organisation: Equal Lives
Do you want a career in Human Resources with a leading Disability Rights organisation? 
Are you willing to undertake training to achieve a qualification at the same time as earning a wage? 
Job Title: Human Resources Apprenticeship (fixed term for two years)
Location: Based at Framingham Pigot, Norwich, Norfolk
Salary: weekly wage £101.10, rising to £122.10 from October 2015. 
Hours: 37 hours per week, 

You will assist and support our Human Resources Officer in providing high quality and pro-active HR support across Equal Lives. You will also provide accurate and timely HR administration support. At the same time you will promote the equality, dignity and human rights of disabled people as defined through the social model of disability. 
* Are you passionate about equality of opportunity and empowerment of disabled people?
* Are you highly organised?
* Do you have great communication skills?
* Do you have a talent for IT?
* Are you good at word processing and spreadsheets? 

This is fantastic opportunity for the successful candidate to undertake a range of tasks whilst gaining a recognised qualification in Business and Administration. 

We are particularly interested in hearing from disabled people and any disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria are guaranteed an interview. 

To download application pack please click here or Email kate.whistlecraft@equallives.org.uk or call 01508 491210 and ask to speak to Kate Whistlecraft, our HR Officer

Closing date: 3rd August 2015
Interviews: 17th August 2015


Organisation: Families House
Job Title: Child and Family Support Worker - (FH1604) 
Location: Norwich, Norfolk   (A fixed term contract until end July 2017)  
Salary: £11,501 per annum, which includes recompense for holidays.
Hours: 25.5 hours per week, over 38 weeks (to be worked mainly in term time) 

We are seeking to appoint a Child and Family Worker to work primarily in Valley Primary School. You will be part of Families' House team reporting to the Family Support Service Co-ordinator and also the Head Teacher. Regular supervision, training and support will be provided. The role is to assist in tackling children's under achievement by working in partnership with families, carers and the children, in order to enable children, particularly the most disadvantaged, to have full access to educational opportunities and overcome barriers to learning and participation. 

Providing advice and guidance around parenting, attendance and building children's confidence and self esteem. This will involve working with both the parents and children directly and facilitating groups within the school. The person appointed will be both highly professional and committed to our approach of providing practical and emotional support to families. Experience of working with families is essential, as well as good interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team.

To discuss the post contact Emma Cameron, telephone 01603 621702

Please apply online
Please Note: We cannot accept a CV as a means of application - you will need to complete an application form, which can be found on our website.

Closing date: Wednesday 5th August 2015
Safe Care interviews are scheduled to take place on Tuesday 18th August 2015 and the Formal Interviews will take place on Wednesday 26th August.

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