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Fundraiser, Stick n Step

Could you be our next star fundraiser? We are looking for a dynamic individual to help us generate the income that we require to allow our classroom team to continue their incredible work.
Stick ‘n’ Step supports children and young people with cerebral palsy. Our professional team is passionate about helping each child to reach their personal potential, and to be as independent as possible.

The successful candidate will have a successful track record of achieving targets in either fundraising or sales, they will have a strong work ethic and excellent communication skills; above all they will have a desire to create excellent experiences for our supporters. The post is based in Wallasey but requires extensive travel throughout the region.

To apply visit or call 0151 638 0888.

Closing date for applications: Friday 22 June 2018


Community Engagement and Project Officer
Full-time, job share considered
Salary £20,000

Healthwatch Cheshire are seeking a confident and enthusiastic individual with excellent communication skills to join our team as a Community Engagement and Project Officer.

Covering Healthwatch Cheshire East and Healthwatch Cheshire West, we give our community a powerful voice to comment on the Health and Care services they receive and affect change locally.
You may have seen our team out and about around Cheshire gaining people’s views and experiences of the Health and Care services they receive, to help inform the priorities and quality of services commissioned by the NHS and local authorities.

As a Community Engagement and Project Officer with Healthwatch Cheshire East and Healthwatch Cheshire West you will:

• Engage with a diverse range of communities across Cheshire to ensure that the views of local people, groups and organisations are fully represented by Healthwatch
• Be involved in the planning and delivery of engagement activity
• Have responsibility for planning, researching and producing reports for projects on specific local Health and Care topics.

The ideal candidate will be motivated to work independently as well as part of a small and professional team. You must be passionate about making a difference for local communities and demonstrate an ability to engage using strong communication skills. A knowledge of Health and Care issues is desirable.

For an application pack please visit: or

Closing date for applications: Thursday 21st June 2018
Shortlisting of applications: Friday 22nd June 2018
Interviews will take place on either Wednesday 4th or Thursday 5th July 2018




Chief Executive
Save the Family

£50-£55k per annum

We have a fantastic opportunity for a Chief Executive. Responsible for working with the
Board of Trustees, staff, members and other key stakeholders, the post holder will help
create a positive future for Save the Family and those we serve.

An inspirational leader, and strong ambassador, you will ensure that our families continue
to be placed at the heart of everything we do. You will lead on developing the business
plan and underpinning strategies with the aim of securing new funding streams and
growing our customer base. You will use your senior experience and commercial acumen
to effectively manage finance and risk. With a good knowledge of Charity Governance and
statutory requirements, you will ensure that the business operates efficiently and is well
managed. In particular, you will lead on the successful development of our family
mentoring approach, whilst ensuring that key funding outcomes are achieved.

For an informal discussion about this role please contact John Church, Chairman on
01244 409 100. To download an application pack please visit our web site at

Employment Offer
Save the Family aims to be an employer of choice, and we provide a great working
environment in rural Cheshire and the opportunity to work as part of a dedicated team. The
main terms and conditions of employment for the Chief Executive are:
Salary: £50-£55 k per annum.

Workplace: Cotton Hall Farm, Cotton Lane, Cotton Edmunds, Chester, CH3 7PZ.
Hours of Work: 35 hours per week for full time. Due to the nature of the role, some
evening, weekend and bank holiday working will be required.
Annual Leave: 22 days per year plus 8 bank holidays

How to Apply
To apply, please send your CV together with a supporting statement detailing how you
meet the requirements of the job description and person specification to It would be appreciated if you could also complete and return
the equal opportunities monitoring form.

Closing Date: 5pm 30th June 2018