ERA: Contact Tracing Support Assistants

Purpose of the role:

North East Lincolnshire Council has produced a COVID-19 Outbreak Control Plan.  A key part of that plan relates to preventing outbreaks of COVID-19 in high-risk places, locations and communities in North East Lincolnshire.  Another part of the plan is focused on supporting the national contact tracing service with local capacity for contact tracing within the borough. 

Act as a Contact Tracing Support Assistant offering advice and support to members of the public in their homes and communities.  In particular, ensure that people are adhering to legislation and guidance around isolation periods, social distancing, face coverings hand hygiene and other COVID related government guidance.

YMCA Humber – Foyer Coach

Deadline 30th November 2020

Hours: 40 hours per week, 20 hours on a 4-week rota, 20 hours flexible to cover, annual leave etc.
Salary: £10:45 per hour

To apply for this role please email Kate.conway@YMCA-Humber.com with your CV and supporting statement of no more than 2 pages by Monday 30th November 2020. Please note this role requires an enhanced DBS.

Temporary part-time post Grimsby Minster

Grimsby Minster (Registered Charity 1132580) seeks to commission a temporary, part time Covid Recovery Project Lead for the period October 2020 to 31 March 2021

The constraints imposed by the imperative to spend grant funding by 31.03.21 mean that invitees are invited to apply by submission of CV and interview which will be conducted virtually.

Cleethorpes Community Sport and Education – Facilities Coordinator

Deadline 19th November 2020

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a passionate and dedicated person to join the team at Cleethorpes Community Sport and Education based at the Trin Centre in the role of Facilities Coordinator. This exciting role is ideally suited to someone who wants to help develop the charity, improve its income generation, is passionate about the community, is hands on, flexible and wants to make a difference.

Salary: £21,000 per annum. The role is dependent on income generation and will be subject to a review.
Working Hours: Flexible working is required – working hours will include weekend work and evenings (up to 21:30hrs and occasionally 23.30hrs). Hours worked over the contracted hours will be reimbursed as time off in lieu in agreement with the General Manager. 40 hours per week.

North Lincolnshire Good Neighbours – National Lottery Community Fund Emerging Futures

Update from Susan Oliver at Humber and Wolds Rural Action:

I am very proud and pleased to let you know at last that HWRA was one of the 52 successful applicants out of over 1,000 which has been selected to work with the Community Fund Emerging Futures Team to facilitate the development of 5 Good Neighbour Schemes across North Lincolnshire. This project will form part of the new learning process being delivered to assist the National Lottery, government departments and other funders, to understand the future needs of the sector in order to determine and direct the funding appropriately.

I’ve attached the original press release and also the Job advert and description for a 22.5 hours Community Development Coordinator who will lead on the project. Please could you circulate to your networks, place on websites and in newsletters and push out to people who may me interested in the role. As it is only for 6 months it is possible that we will consider a secondment if the host organisation supports this.

Looking forward to telling you more about it and sharing the learning once we get started!

VCSE Programme Director, Humber Coast and Vale

Deadline 6th November

(12 month FTC or secondment opportunity)

Circa £53k

37 hours per week

The ambition of the Humber, Coast and Vale (HCV) Partnership is for everyone in our area to: start well, live well and age well.

This means shifting the focus of our work from picking people up when they fall to helping to prevent them from becoming unwell in the first place and supporting more people to manage their health and wellbeing at home so they can get on with living happy and fulfilling lives.

To do this, we need to look at how we deliver health and social care services working in partnership with other sectors including the VCSE sector, a key partner in delivering transformation of health and wellbeing in our region

An exciting new position of Programme Director has been created to ensure the VCSE sector has a strong influential voice and visibility, and is able to contribute to the health and well-being of the Humber Coast and Vale population.

You will be part of a dynamic team in delivering the effective implementation of the Humber Coast and Vale third sector input across the partnership as well as managing the day to day activity of the VCS Leadership Programme.

A natural collaborator, the successful candidate will quickly establish credible and professional relationships with colleagues across the partnership to deliver the transformation required.

You will have significant experience at a senior level in leading and managing change, an understanding of, and experience of working with the VCSE sector, ideally in the context of improving health and wellbeing outcomes and an understanding and knowledge of the workings of the NHS, the challenges it faces and of the reform agenda.

This is not a job for the faint hearted. If you believe you can help bring about effective cultural change then please download an application pack along with the application form here  and return completed application forms to hr@yorkcvs.org.uk.

Applications for secondments into this role from relevant organisations are welcome. For any informal enquiries about the role, please contact hr@yorkcvs.org.uk.

The closing date is Friday 6 November 2020

Interviews will take place on Tuesday 1 December at YorkCVS

NEL Women’s Aid – Relief Refuge Support Worker

Location: Town Centre, Grimsby

Hours: As & when

Salary: £8.72ph

NEL Women’s Aid are looking for a kind and friendly person who shows empathy and can offer crisis support in a caring and non-judgemental way.  This post could offer someone the opportunity to begin or develop their career in domestic abuse services.

The nature of the work undertaken means that this invitation is for women only and is exempt under Schedule 9 Part 1 Equalities Act 2010

Main tasks are to;

  • provide an immediate and safe place for women and children who are escaping domestic abuse
  • be responsible for supporting the women, assessing their risk and safety planning
  • take part in refuge out of hours ‘on-call’ phone service including occasional call-outs for admissions

The dates and times are on an ‘as and when’ basis and include covering sickness, holidays and weekends.

to find out more and to apply please click here.

NEL Women’s Aid – Housing Development Manager

Deadline 31st August 2020

Location: Town Centre, Grimsby 

Hours: 37½

Salary: £24,589

Women’s Aid provide support and accommodation for victims and survivors of domestic abuse. They are looking for a forward thinking, enthusiastic and friendly person to lead this new, exciting, and very long-awaited project.

The following role is to help manage, develop, plan and lead on WA’s new and exciting ‘Housing Development Project’ – responsible for purchasing and managing properties, managing buildings work, décor and maintenance, client tenancy and rent management.

Click here for more information and job application.