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Family Tutor
Salary: £6806.80 per annum (£9.35 per hour)
Based in: Chester

Do you have empathy & compassion for the needs of vulnerable families, with excellent mentoring skills? If the answer is yes then this role may be for you!

Save the Family have an exciting opportunity for a Family Mentor to join our team in Chester. This is an extremely rewarding role, working with vulnerable families to provide guidance & practical skills in order for families to achieve identified outcomes & reach their potential.
This is a hands on role, where you will make a difference.

Hours of work for this role are Saturday, 8-4pm and Sunday 12-8pm (14 hours per week). Flexibility to vary normal working hours is required for this role. Work on bank holidays may also be required. The salary for this role is £6806.80 per annum. This position is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund until July 2018.

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Closing date for applications: Wednesday 27th September. 


Cheshire West Communities Together

Cheshire West Communities Together is a new not-for-profit organisation that will be delivering community development support in communities in Cheshire West and Chester with the most significant health inequalities. This is part of a broader three year Early Intervention and Prevention programme recently commissioned by Cheshire West and Chester Council.

We are now looking to recruit a small community development team that will take an asset based approach to community development supporting residents to nurture, build and sustain physical and personal assets to improve people’s life chances and enhance positive health and wellbeing.

The posts we are recruiting to are:


Adult Pathways Telephone Support (Two posts)
Location: Chester
Supervised by: Chief Operations Officer
Pay: £12,006 (Subject to 2017 Pay Review)
Hours: 20hrs per week x 2

If you would like further details about these posts and an application pack please email enquiries@cheshireaction.org.uk

The closing date for applications is 12 noon on 22nd September 2017.


(RWT) Community Project Worker – Older People’s
Cheshire Community Development Trust
18 hrs per week
Actual Annual salary £9360 (FTE £18200)
Plus benefits after successful probation period
Fixed Term until 31 August 2018


Role Overview
To work with Cheshire Community Development Trust as part of the Rudheath and Witton Together (RWT) Partnership to deliver the Older Peoples Community Project.
To engage with local residents to shape interventions, activities and events coordinate the delivery a range of activities for older people in Rudheath and Witton.

For an application form, please contact info@cheshirecdt.org.uk or call 01606 723180

Closing Date for Applications: 25th September @ 5pm
Interviews will be held on: 29th September


Engagement and Inclusion Officer – Families and Disabled People
28 hours a week, on a three year fixed-term contract.
FTE salary of £26,818 (pro-rata £21,454) and membership of the Church of England Pension Scheme.

Working within the Committee for Social Responsibility department of the Diocese the role is to enable, support and resource parishes engaging in social action, particularly in relation to work: with parents and children facing disadvantage; supporting engagement in family life and awareness; acceptance and celebration of disabled people.

The successful candidate will be a person of deep conviction and passion concerning areas of social responsibility relevant to the Church of England, with a full understanding of the areas of engagement and inclusion. Sympathy with the aims and objectives of the Church of England is essential.

Application Form

Job Description and Person Specification

Closing date:  2 October, 12noon

Cheshire Centre for Independent Living

Community Engagement Workers
12, 24, 30 hours per week: Group Coordinators (£22,644 – £24,736 pro rata)
4-20 hours per week: Sessional Workers (10.00-£10.60 per hour)
Cheshire locality: Chester, Frodsham, Malpas, Neston, Winsford, Crewe,
Macclesfield and Wilmslow

Group Coordinators needed to plan and deliver weekly, out of school, youth activity
groups for disabled young people aged 5-18 years

Sessional Workers needed to support group coordinators to delivery weekly, out of
school, youth activity groups for disabled young people aged 5-18 years

Successful applicants will be self motivated, have the ability to work with disabled
people, be creative, flexible, adaptable and reliable, have strong interpersonal skills, be
able to manage a complex work load and understand project milestones and outcomes.

Applicants will be committed to the inclusion of disabled people in their local community.

The ability to travel independently across Cheshire West is essential.

An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check is a requirement of this post
Apply: for an application pack please contact
email: melanie.hinde@cheshirecil.org
telephone 01606 331853 (Melanie Hinde)
quoting the reference number CCIL/CEW/0917
Closing date: 6th October



£20,000 – £24,000
35 hours per week
Normal working week will be split between our Wallasey and Runcorn offices. There will also be additional travel requirements, throughout the region.

We are looking for a new fundraiser to join our experienced team – raising vital funds to allow us to continue our work with children and young people with cerebral palsy.

For an information chat, call Matt Meaney on 0151 638 0888.Completed applications to be sent to jobs@sticknstep.org


Closing date – 3 October