Funding Officers – Yorkshire and Humber Fixed Term until October 2021 x2

Deadline 25th January 2021

Salary: £25,282 per annum + generous benefits

National Lottery Community Fund:

We’re recruiting two part-time funding officers to join our Yorkshire and Humber team.

As a funding officer you will assess requests for funding and manage grants using local knowledge, best practice, thematic expertise, and the experience of customers and stakeholders to improve our grant making and inform our decision making. By working closely with people and communities from a defined geographical area, you will understand what matters to them and where our funding can make the biggest difference.

Being responsible for supporting local people and communities you will have a strong understanding of our vision, our commitment to equity and inclusion and our funding products. You’ll also need to support our stakeholders, helping them to make connections that will help them achieve their goals.

Being responsible for the pipeline of projects you will need to understand and respond to the different needs of our customers by providing advice and considered feedback and be willing to have challenging but constructive conversations.

Funding Officers will ensure our grant management and assessment play an effective part in contributing to the Fund’s knowledge and learning as a grant maker. You will manage your own caseload, liaise with grant recipients, undertake project visits, identify and manage risk, supporting organisations to deliver their projects and measure their impact.

You’ll also need to work within the Fund’s policies and procedures and the necessary legislation, and in a way that is in line with our vision and principles.

You will represent the Fund within Yorkshire and Humber including at funding fairs and external meetings and create opportunities for people to come together. You will share learning from your conversations, events, grant holder reports and evaluations with other colleagues so that we can maximise our impact.

You’ll be part of a team, led by a Funding Manager, and comprised of several other Funding Officers.

Contract Type: Fixed-Term until October 2021 

Hours: 30 Hours per week, flexible working considered

Interview Date: Week commencing February 1st 2021

The location of this role is as stated within the advert however due to the pandemic colleagues are temporarily remote working and this is under regular review in-line with government guidelines.

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Funding Officer – Yorkshire and Humber Fixed Term until February 2022

Deadline 25th January 2021

Salary: £25,282 per annum + generous benefits

National Lottery Community Fund:

We’re recruiting a full-time funding officer to join our Yorkshire and Humber team.

As a funding officer you will assess requests for funding and manage grants using local knowledge, best practice, thematic expertise, and the experience of customers and stakeholders to improve our grant making and inform our decision making. By working closely with people and communities from a defined geographical area, you will understand what matters to them and where our funding can make the biggest difference.

Being responsible for supporting local people and communities you will have a strong understanding of our vision, our commitment to equity and inclusion and our funding products. You’ll also need to support our stakeholders, helping them to make connections that will help them achieve their goals.

Being responsible for the pipeline of projects you will need to understand and respond to the different needs of our customers by providing advice and considered feedback and be willing to have challenging but constructive conversations.

Funding Officers will ensure our grant management and assessment play an effective part in contributing to the Fund’s knowledge and learning as a grant maker. You will manage your own caseload, liaise with grant recipients, undertake project visits, identify and manage risk, supporting organisations to deliver their projects and measure their impact.

You’ll also need to work within the Fund’s policies and procedures and the necessary legislation, and in a way that is in line with our vision and principles.

You will represent the Fund within Yorkshire and Humber including at funding fairs and external meetings and create opportunities for people to come together. You will share learning from your conversations, events, grant holder reports and evaluations with other colleagues so that we can maximise our impact.

You’ll be part of a team, led by a Funding Manager, and comprised of several other Funding Officers.

Contract Type: Fixed-Term Contract until February 2022 (maternity cover)

Hours:37 Hours per week, flexible working considered

Interview Date: Week commencing February 1st 2021

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Programme manager – Green Social Prescribing with Smile

Deadline 14th February

Background 

An exciting new position of Programme Manager has been created following the successful national bidding process to become a test and learn site for Green Social Prescribing.

Detailed information about the national Green Social Prescribing programme is available here

The post-holder will be part of a dynamic team, delivering the effective implementation of the Humber, Coast and Vale Green Social Prescribing Programme.  A natural collaborator, the successful candidate will quickly establish credible and professional relationships with colleagues across the Partnership to deliver a project that will form part of national learning on Green Social Prescribing.

You will have strong project management experience, an understanding of and experience working with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (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 a job for someone who wants to see change come to life in communities, help connect charities and community movements and improve the lives of people with physical and mental health needs. This will be a learning platform like no other; from the stunning East Yorkshire coast lines, to the inner city gardens in Hull, from the rolling hills of northern Lincolnshire and historic backdrops of York, here in Humber Coast and Vale.

If you believe you can help our region to be at the forefront of the Green Social Prescribing movement and are passionate about improving lives through connecting people with nature then please apply now.

To apply for the role, please submit your CV and a covering letter setting out how you meet the essential criteria in the person specification and detailing why you would like to take up this role to recruitment@heysmilefoundation.org

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

The closing date is midnight on Sunday 14th February.
Interviews will take place on Monday 22nd February (Venue/details to be confirmed)

For more info email: lrogers.btcs@hotmail.com

You can read the job description and person spec as an online pdf here

New Temporary Job Vacancy – Young Peoples Support worker – Nights/Evenings

ERA:

I am looking for a temporary night / evening worker to cover some shifts at our young people’s shared living hostel in Cambridge Street Cleethorpes. Cambridge Street is home to 9 young people mostly 16-20 years old who cannot live at home but need support to live independently.

Night shifts are 9pm – 7am and evening shift are between 3pm and 9pm. The job description is attached and the job profile . We would need someone who has experience in a similar role and who has a current enhanced DBS check. This post, if successfully covered, could lead to a permanent night worker role with the organisation

East Street Arts – Programme Producer

Deadline: 10 am, Friday 8th January 2021

£26k – 12-month contract

East Street Arts are looking for a Programme producer who is passionate and dedicated to supporting the delivery of ambitious artist-led projects.

This is a new role for the organisation that is fixed for 12 months.

The position will support the project leads by delivering projects they have programmed for the next 12 months. These include upcoming projects such as the Art Hostel commissions, A City Less Grey, and more.

Click here for more information.

Friendship at Home – Admin and Service Support Co-ordinator

Deadline 28th December 2020 (may close early depending on applicants)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Admin and Service Support Co-ordinator to join the friendly and well-established team. Funded by the Lottery this role is initially for 6 months but subject to further funding could be extended beyond the advertised timeframe.

37 hours per week, 6 months fixed term (job share considered)

Salary: £19, 554 per annum

Based: Cleethorpes

NEL Clinical Commission Group – Communications and Engagement Officer

Deadline 21st December 2020

Vacancy for NHS North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group:

NHS North East Lincolnshire CCG has an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed professional to work as part of our team providing comprehensive, specialist communications and engagement support. 

The post is 4 days (30 hours per week) and is fixed term for 12 months (maternity cover)

To find out more or apply please visit the following NHS Jobs Link Communications and Engagement Officer (jobs.nhs.uk)

There are a number of priority areas of work that the post holder will focus on which include but are not limited to:

  • Liaising with the Humber Acute Services review PMO to support engagement and communication activity as the review gathers pace
  • Social media activity planning and scheduling
  • Media releases and website content relating to engagement
  • Assisting with general media enquiries
  • Major work to update content on the CCG and Accord websites to ensure compliance with accessibility legislation
  • Supporting the delivery of the Union Engagement Strategy action plan and priorities, specifically work to develop an Engagement Toolkit and Stakeholder communication and engagement analysis
  • Supporting the development of a Union Equality Scheme, equality objectives and monitoring

Working autonomously, the post-holder should also possess initiative to identify, prioritise and manage the issues that arise in an extremely busy and highly visible team with an element of unpredictability in the daily workload – troubleshooting where possible and seeking support/advice from a senior team member when necessary.

For an informal discussion please contact Sally Czabaniuk, Engagement Manager on 0757 264 716 or Melanie Hannam, Communications Manager on 07506 377519

Closing date for application December 21st, 2020

Interviews Friday January 15th, 2021

This is a fixed term contract for the period of 12 Months due to Maternity Leave. Applications received from current NHS employees or NELC employees will only be considered on a Secondment basis

Friendship at Home – Community Link Worker

Deadline 14th December 2020

28 hours per week, 6 months fixed term

Salary £18,447.52 per annum

Based: Cleethorpes (covering all of North East Lincolnshire)

The Community Link Worker will be responsible for the day to day running and coordinating of the befriending service including direct work with clients and volunteers and exploring and implementing innovative new ways of befriending support.  They will also be responsible for the management of the general volunteer scheme which provides support to all other areas of the organisation, such as, social activities.