Community member role for the North East Lincolnshire Health and Care Joint Committee

Deadline 11th July 2022

An opportunity for a community member to take a lead role in championing community engagement and public involvement in health and care in North East Lincolnshire on the Joint Committee Board.

You will help to ensure that the voice of the local population is heard and informs the way the local health and care system operates and runs. You will bring specific expertise and experience, and knowledge as a member of our local community.

You must live in North East Lincolnshire or be registered with local health services and be willing to become a member of Accord https://nelccg-accord.co.uk/  the public membership body that lets people voice their comments and views about our local health and care services.

Salary: £10K per annum (c2.5 days per month), for 2 years. More information and to apply go to https://ce0552li.webitrent.com/ce0552li_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=7782603nV3&WVID=552861255F&LANG=USA

Or

www.nelincs.gov.uk/jobs

Centre4: Social Prescribing Link Workers

Deadline: 6th July 2022

Job Type: Permanent, 2 vacancies

Hours: Monday – Friday, 30-37.5 Hours

Background: Centre4 is a vibrant community hub that provides activities and support for people living in North East Lincolnshire (NEL).   We work closely with our local Clinical Commissioning Group, Primary Care Networks and other health care practitioners to deliver a Social Prescribing service called thrive.nel. 

Social Prescribing empowers people to take control of their health and wellbeing by focussing on what matters to them and connects people to services and activities that can support them.

Here are some principal behaviours we would expect to see in the successful applicant. Principal behaviours relate to a person’s ethics, the code of conduct required when dealing with others, and the responsibilities of the role.

Click here for the ERA website.

Community (Lay) member on the North East Lincolnshire Health and Care Joint Committee with a lead role in championing community engagement and public involvement

Written and sent on behalf of NHS North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group:

NEL Health and Care Joint Committee (JC) will be a formal joint committee of NEL Council and the Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (ICB).  The JC will act as the strategic governing body for the NEL health and care system, leading and directing strategic development and the effective use of resources, ensuring appropriate arrangements are in place to exercise these functions.

As well as sharing responsibility with the other members for all aspects of JC business, this lay member will bring specific expertise and experience, as well as their knowledge as a member of the local community.  Their focus will be strategic and impartial, providing an independent view from a community perspective.

This person will help to ensure that public and patient involvement is integral to the operation and governance of the JC’s and wider system’s responsibilities; that the voice of the local population is heard and that opportunities are created and protected for public and community empowerment

  • Salary: £10K per annum (c2.5 days per month), term of office is 2 years
  • Eligibility criteria: must live in the local community and be a member of Accord https://nelccg-accord.co.uk/
  • Closing date for applications – Midnight June 19th, 2022

For more information visit www.nelincs.gov.uk/jobs-training-and-volunteering/ and click on Our Jobs Vacancies and search for ‘Community Lay member’

CPO – Building Better Opportunities Project Support Worker

Deadline 17th June, 5pm 2022

Full time: 37.5 hours per week

fixed term: 1 July – 31 March, initially

Salary: £20,475 per annum

  • To ensure the smooth day-to-day running and monitoring of the BBO Project, including working directly with participants to offer support into training and employment, and to break down any barriers that prevent progression.
  • To support with the administrative activities of the project including supporting with financial claims, checking paperwork, and working with clients on their Development Plans.
  • To deliver any additional support, including signposting to other services, to all participants on the BBO project.
  • To undertake other activities as requested by our contractor Humber Learning Consortium (HLC).

To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter explaining how you are suitable for this role, to fiona@mycpo.co.uk

Your Place – Assistant Manager/Group Facilitator

Deadline 8th July 2022

Hours: 2 days (14 hours) a week.

Salary £9.50 per hour

Your Place are looking for someone who has:

  • a real ‘heart’ for people
  • the ability to gently encourage and support people who come to Your Place
  • good organisational skills

      and who can:

  • work in a relaxed, informal and flexible way within a ‘family’ environment
  • lead small group sessions (games, crafts etc.) in a way that includes and values everyone

For more information please call Chris Taylor 07495 917270.

http://yourplacegrimsby.com/

Vacancies – Resettlement Worker Posts (multiple)

The Refugee Council is one of the leading organisations in the UK working with asylum seekers and refugees. They are recruiting for Resettlement Workers under the Homes for Ukraine scheme.

Closing Date: 5th June 2022

Salary: Grade 5 (£26,446 – £30, 095)

Contract type: Fixed term until June 2023

Hours: Full time

Location: East Riding of Yorkshire, Doncaster and Wakefield

For more information about the posts, please follow the links below:

https://www.refugeecouncil.org.uk/?post_type=career&p=18111&preview=true

https://www.refugeecouncil.org.uk/?post_type=career&p=18112&preview=true

https://www.refugeecouncil.org.uk/?post_type=career&p=18113&preview=true

YMCA Humber – Clerk to the Board of Trustees Role

Written and sent on behalf of YMCA Humber:

Hours:

This role is likely to be an average of at least 16 hours per month but will vary depending on the governance cycle.

Rates of pay:

£11.95 per hour

Location:

21 Freeman Street, Grimsby, DN32 with some remote working available.

The key purpose of this role will be:

  • To provide advice to the board and its individual members on governance, constitutional and procedural matters, ensuring the board meets its statutory requirements.
  • To provide administrative support to the board, its committees, and individual Trustees to facilitate effective and efficient meetings and governance.
  • To make a key contribution to ensuring a strong evidence base is provided through an accurate record of board challenge, actions, and decisions.
  • To manage information effectively and in accordance with legal requirements, observing confidentiality where necessary.
  • To facilitate and co-ordinate the induction process for new Trustees and promote Trustee training, succession planning and recruitment.
  • Ensure DBS, Companies House, Charity Commission documentation is submitted and kept up to date

For more information please contact Kate Conway, Chief Executive on Kate.conway@YMCA-Humber.com

YMCA – Night Concierge roles

Written and sent on behalf of YMCA Humber:

Shifts:

  • 4 on 4 off working pattern
  • Monday – Friday 10pm – 8am
  • Saturday and Sunday – 8pm – 8am

Hours:

  • Permanent staff – 37 hours per week
  • Relief roles – as required

Rates of pay:

  • Permanent staff – £10.67 per hour plus 244 hours holiday per year
  • Relief staff – £10.38 per hour plus £1.25 per hour holiday pay – £11.63 per hour

Location:

21 Freeman Street, Grimsby, DN32 7AB – you may be required to work at a different location as required.

The job will involve:

  • Ensuring the welfare, safety and security of our residents and buildings overnight.
  • Making regular security checks ensuring buildings are secure, noise and disruption are kept to a minimum, and common areas and fire exits are kept free from obstructions.
  • Manage safe evacuation of the site in case of a fire alarm where necessary.
  • Administer basic first aid if required.
  • Monitoring CCTV of various sites and take appropriate action around any suspicious activity as necessary.
  • Control ‘out of hours’ access to buildings by residents and contractors.
  • Provide informal support or signposting to residents if needed, and hand over appropriate information to relevant daytime staff.
  • Carry out immediate risk assessments as required.
  • Ensuring that designated areas are clean, secure, and safe, setting up rooms for meetings/events etc
  • Respond appropriately to emergency incidents within the accommodation.

For more information, please contact info@ymca-humber.com

HWRA – Delivery and Development Manager

Deadline 17th June 2022

Hours: 30 hours per week

Salary: NJC Scp 30 = £34,373 pro rata

The following role is to support and strengthen communities and organisations, particularly but not exclusively, in rural areas, through a range of services and projects. This includes: Voluntary Car Service (transport), Men in Sheds and Digital Health Hubs (health and social care), Community Led Housing, Village Halls Advisory Service, Halls as Digital Hubs and Good Neighbours (community resilience), Wheels to Work and e-cycles (employability), Bulk Oil Buying Cooperatives (energy). For more information on current projects and services please see our website.

Email: info@hwrcc.org.uk

Telephone: 01652 637700

Or download a pack from the website: www.hwrcc.org.uk