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Save the Family

Site Officer 

Wage: £ 7.90 per hour, for all hours worked, including sleep ins
Hours of work: An average of 3 or 4 shifts per week including some weekends and bank holidays. Each shift is 7.45pm- 8.15am. The Site Officer will be expected to work additional shifts as required to cover for holidays and any sickness.
Benefits: Company funded healthcare plan.
Location: Chester, Cheshire.

Save the Family are seeking a Site Officer to ensure that the accommodation provided to Save the Family residents is safe and secure through the provision of security and safety monitoring on site during the evening and through the night.

This role includes controlling access to buildings and being the first point of contact for all emergencies and carrying out Health and Safety checks. Sleep in accommodation is provided on site whilst the Site Officer is on duty, and he /she may be disturbed at any time to respond to emergencies.

The ideal candidate will have working knowledge of safeguarding and Health and Safety with experience of managing overnight security, preferably in a residential setting and will also have experience of monitoring CCTV systems.

To apply for this role: please send a CV and cover letter detailing how you meet the essential criteria, as detailed in the person specification included in the job description, to jobs@savethefamily.uk.com.

The job description can be found here:  Site Officer JD for recruitment

For more details, please visit http://www.savethefamily.org.uk/workforus/

Closing Date: 31st January 2019


Changing Lives in Cheshire 

Currently recruiting for various role in Warrington

Store / Operations Manager: Changing Lives in Cheshire is looking to recruit an adaptable Store / Operations Manager that is comfortable working within a challenging and multi-task environment.

Store Manager Job Description

Store Manager Application Pack

For more information, please visit: https://www.clic-changinglives.org.uk/current-job-roles

Closing date: Thursday 31st January 2019

 

Sales Assistant: The successful candidate must have existing retail skills, having worked in a retail environment and have proven customer service skills. They should be outgoing and confident with a pleasant personality and enjoy dealing with the general public.

Sales Assistant Job Description

Sales Assistant Application Pack

For more information, please visit: https://www.clic-changinglives.org.uk/current-job-roles 

Closing date: Friday 25th January 

 

Driver / Warehouse Operative: Changing Lives in Cheshire’s vans are out on the road and in the public eye – so it’s vital you drive in a safe, responsible way and provide service with a friendly smile and helpful attitude.

Driver / Warehouse Operative Job Description

Driver / Warehouse Operative Application Pack

For more information, please visit: https://www.clic-changinglives.org.uk/current-job-roles

Closing date: Friday 25th January 

 

Loader / Warehouse Operative: You’ll be the face of Changing Lives in Warrington, providing a vital service to the community and helping volunteers gain valuable work experience.

Loader / Warehouse Operative Job Description

Loader / Warehouse Operative Application Pack

For more information, please visit: https://www.clic-changinglives.org.uk/current-job-roles

Closing date: Friday 25th January 

 

Volunteer Placement Coordinator: Enthusiasm, initiative and excellent communication skills are essential in this role to motivate your team of volunteers and ensure they are fully supported in their day to day roles.

Volunteer Placement Coordinator Job Description

Volunteer Placement Coordinator Application Pack

For more information, please visit: https://www.clic-changinglives.org.uk/current-job-roles

Closing date: Thursday 31st January 


 

Citizens Advice Cheshire West 

Best Practice Lead (full time)

Based in Northwich, 37 hours pw, £23,866 pa + excellent benefits, fixed term until March 2020

We have an exciting new opportunity for a Best Practice Lead aiming to gather information about how a new service supporting Universal Credit claimants performs.

Click for more information:- Universal Support Best Practice Lead

Click for a job description:-  Best Practice Lead Job Pack

Best Practice Lead Application Form

Guidance notes for applicants

Closing date is 12 noon on Thursday 24th January 2019

 

Advice Centre Team Leader (Cover) (full time)

37 hours pw, £23,866 pa + excellent benefits, base TBD

We are looking for an enthusiastic team leader to work as part of our Volunteer Service Team providing cover supervision and support for our front-line service in each of our four Advice Centres

Click for more information:- Advice Centre Team Leader (Cover)

Click for a job description:-  Advice Centre Team Leader (Cover) Job Pack

Application Form

Guidance notes for applicants

Closing date is noon on Thursday 7th February 2019

 

Adviceline Teamleader (part time)

18.5 hours pw, £23,866 pa (pro rata) + excellent benefits, based in Chester & Northwich

We have an exciting new opportunity for an enthusiastic team leader to work as part of a team providing support and supervision for Adviceline, our telephone advice service.

Click here for more information:-  Adviceline Team Leader

Click here for a job description:-  Adviceline Team Leader Job Pack

Application Form

Guidance notes for applicants

Closing date is noon on Thursday 7th February 2019

For more information, please visit http://citizensadvicecw.org.uk/vacancies/


Same but Different – Project Co-ordinator Vacancy

Starting salary £17,000 pro-rata (15 hours per week) – 24 months fixed term contract funded by Big Lottery Fund Wales

Same but Different are a Community Interest Company that uses the arts to raise awareness of rare diseases and disability to counteract prejudice.  We encourage people to look beyond first impressions and provide signposting to support organisations.

We are looking for a Project Co-ordinator to work on our exciting new project Rare Aware.  The Rare Aware project has been designed to specifically raise awareness of rare diseases and their impact on people and the communities in which they live in within the specific geographic area of North Wales.  The Project Co-ordinator will work closely with the rest of the Same but Different team and external stakeholders to deliver existing project commitments.  As a small team we will work closely together to achieve our aims.

This is a 24-month fixed term contract to start as soon as possible. The hours of work are 15 hours a week (worked flexibly according to the need of the project) including some morning, evening and weekend work.  The applicant must be a team player, flexible and organised with good communication skills. The post will be based in Mold and operate throughout North Wales. Applicants must have use of their own car, for which expenses are paid. A Disclosure and Barring Service notification will be required.

Closing date is 31 January 2019                                                           

Job Description and further information is available from: enquiries@samebutdifferentcic.org.uk

For an informal chat about this vacancy, please call Ceridwen Hughes on 07971 983028 www.samebutdifferentcic.org.uk.