Could you make a difference?
We are committed to equality of opportunity and diversity in our workforce. All our paid roles include access to a Pension and Work life Support Scheme.
“I know I am making a difference in people’s lives” J, Domestic Support worker.
“Clients are really pleased to see me” R, Domestic Support Worker.
Do you like us at One Community? We are a fantastic, award winning organisation. If there are no job opportunities currently here to suit you, but would you like to support us check out these links:
Options Community Domestic Support Worker
£8.72 per hour
Zero hours per week + pension scheme and work life support (minimum fulfilment of 8 hours a week.)
If you are the type of person who:
- Is self motivated and able to use your own initiative
- Communicates effectively with a variety of people
- Wants to provide excellent quality services
Then why not consider a job with us…
One Community are looking for a personable, flexible individual to join our Options Community Team, you will be required to work independently within the community at clients homes.
This role will involve supporting clients to take part in activities, food preparation, companionship, support to access appointments and the community, managing their home including domestic duties.
The post holder will need to be organised, an excellent communicator and forward thinking. This role will be varied, challenging and rewarding ensuring that our services meet the needs of our local community.
Regular supervision will be provided.
Post is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure. Access to a vehicle is desirable but not essential. NVQ Qualifications desirable but not essential as full training will be provided.
Application packs are available by contacting us on 023 8090 2400 or email email@example.com
Register Charity No. 1052978
We are committed to quality of opportunity and diversity in our workforce.
Chief Operations Officer for Simon Says
Salary – £35k – £45k p.a. (pro-rata) dependent on skills and experience.
Hours – 20-25 hours per week (some working hours at the evening and weekend)
Simon Says provides help, advice and support to children and young people who are dealing with the
death of someone significant in their lives.
The Chief Operations Officer will have overall responsibility for managing the change, growth and
performance of Simon Says as agreed with the Board of Trustees. In addition, he/she will be
required to meet the challenges of innovation and empowerment in our mission statement. This
vital role will provide key elements in sustaining and developing the service we provide.
Full details: Chief operations manager- Simon Says
Please send a two page covering letter along with your C.V. to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date is the 30th April 2021.
An informal interview will take place week commencing 10th May with suitable candidates being put through to a formal interview with the Chair of Trustees the following week. Start date to be agreed.
Velmore Community Centre Chandler’s Ford
£20,800 per annum for 30 hours per week (FTE £26,000)
This is an exciting opportunity to manage the day to day running of the Velmore Community Centre
ensuring a vibrant, well managed facility for local residents.
Working in partnership with the Velmore Community Association you will build strong relationships
with stakeholders to ensure the positive development of the centre and the surrounding estate.
With knowledge of community development and social and economic regeneration you will be
responsible for managing the centre which provides a comfortable, fun, welcoming and inclusive
meeting place for local residents, businesses and visitors.
Strong leadership skills are needed in order to recruit, retain and develop the team of part time and
voluntary staff required for the effective operation of the activities. Experience of workplace health
and safety, including risk assessments is preferred, with an understanding of buildings management
You will use your creative talents to develop new ideas and maintain the business plan to ensure
maximum use and revenue to be reinvested in this not-for-profit charity. Primary aims are to
provide excellent customer service whilst meeting the needs of the centre users and local
Your experience in using IT and booking systems and managing budgets will ensure the day to day
bookings and financial transactions are accurately recorded. Experience of bid writing and grant
applications an advantage.
This post will be subject to an Enhanced Check with Lists from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
In view of this appointment being made during a period of transition out of Covid lockdown then
flexibility over starting arrangements may be considered.
Please apply with CV and covering letter to:
Guy Riddoch, Chairman
Velmore Community Association
Velmore Community Centre
No agencies please. Please note that we reserve the right to close applications early in the event
of a large response. Internal applications are invited.
Closing date: Monday 9th April 2021 Interviews: 23rd April 2021
We shall ensure fairness and equal opportunities throughout our workforce and in service
delivery. We welcome applications from suitably skilled candidates regardless of ethnicity,
gender, disability, sexuality, religion or age.
VICTIM SUPPORT ARE RECRUITING:
HATE CRIME TRAINING AND ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR
SALARY: £18,767.99 PER ANNUM (FTE £23,460 PER ANNUM.)
FIXED TERM CONTRACT PART TIME:
30 HOURS A WEEK CLOSING DATE: 04/04/2021
To find out more and to apply, please go to: https://recruitment.victimsupport.org.uk/vacancy/hate crime-training-and-engagement-coordinator-439213.html
Victim Support (VS) is an independent charity for people affected by crime and traumatic events in England and Wales. We work towards a world where people get the support they need and respect they deserve. In Hampshire and the Isle of Wight VS is commissioned to deliver the Victim Care Service.
We are excited to announce a brand new role within our Hampshire team as a Hate Crime Training and Engagement Coordinator. The main purpose of this role is to lead a pilot project to help build links with employers across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight and proactively raise awareness of hate crime amongst their employees, increase reporting and provide direct support to those who have been affected. The project will support victims by raising awareness of hate crime and empowering people to make informed choices in regards to reporting hate crime, and seeking support for its effects.