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Farnham Assist has a staff vacancy for a Lunch Co-ordinator 

 

working 34 hours per month@£10.50 per hour

 

flexible working hours, but you must be physically fit and available x1 Saturday and x1 Sunday per month.

 

Full training will be given, but we are looking for a good organiser.  

Farnham Assist is a Christian organisation that supports older people living in the local community as lunch co-ordinator you would be overseeing the volunteer team including cooks and drivers to organise our regular lunches for up to 80 older people -

 

Please contact june.trantom@farnham-assist.org.uk  or telephone 01252 717710 for more details if you are interested in this position.

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Exciting opportunity at 40 Degreez Centre, Farnham

 

Experienced Part time Youth Worker

Up to 10 hours weekly

Competitive package

Ability to engage and communicate with young people essential

 

Tel: 01252 727087, email: info@40degreez.org.uk

www.40degreez.org.uk

Applications by 9th July 2017

40 Degreez

                                    HEAD INJURIES ASSOCIATION LIMITED           JOB TITLE: General Manager

 

•Salary: £38,500 pa gross Full-Time  - 5 days per week  - 37 Hours per week (09.30 – 16.30) -   Holidays: 27 days per year

 

Headway Surrey aims to change, evolve and excel over the coming years as all charitable organisations continue to face financial pressures. With the planned retirement of our CEO, Mr Oliver McGeachy, the Council of Management at Headway Surrey is looking for an individual who will inspire, develop and lead us forward with our long-term transition objectives.

 

This role will include:

To implement the aims and objectives of Headway Surrey, including accountability for the provision of high-quality services for clients with acquired brain injury.  To oversee  Headway Surrey’s operations and to drive its strategic development forward in line with the Council of Management’s requirements.

 

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

To provide leadership and support to staff and volunteers to maintain the high quality of Headway Surrey’s services, and to ensure that staff and volunteers are well motivated and equipped to fulfil their responsibilities.

To ensure that Headway Surrey operates efficiently in line with its agreed budget and delivers value for money.

To formulate strategy, policy and business development proposals for consideration by the Council of Management, and to develop appropriate objectives and drive agreed change.

To  strive to develop income streams to safeguard the current and future viability of Headway Surrey, including public and private sector contracts, grants from statutory sources and voluntary trusts, fundraising, membership and subscriptions.

To develop Headway Surrey’s services, in terms of their scope, geographical coverage and sources of referrals.

To maintain a high public profile for Headway Surrey through networking, social media, public relations, business & professional contacts throughout Surrey and other means.

To lead and participate in partnership working with statutory, private and voluntary sector bodies in the interests of those affected by brain injury. This may include lobbying and working with other organisations, such as Sabin (Surrey Acquired Brain Injury Network) & Headway UK.

To ensure the full participation of users, carers, volunteers and others with appropriate expertise in the development of services, including our IT initiatives

To respond to the changing needs of the client group.

 

To register an interest in this post please contact enquiries@headwaysurrey.org, including your contact details.

Applications by the end of July.

Training and Mentoring Officer with Positive Action

 

21 hours per week (flexible), c£23K pa pro rata + benefits

 

Positive Action has been supporting people living with HIV in Surrey and Hampshire since 1995. Following a significant service review, the charity will now be offering education, information, support and advice to our members through workshops, education, peer-led support and new technology.

 

We are looking for an experienced trainer or facilitator to join our small, committed team and to help us take forward these exciting developments.    

 

In this role, you will be responsible for developing and delivering a programme of wellbeing training and workshops for people living with HIV across Hampshire and Surrey, and to community groups to promote HIV awareness.

 

The post holder is also responsible for developing and managing a peer mentor programme based upon the Project 100 programme.

 

You will also coordinate a programme of events to facilitate peer networking and engagement.

 

Our office is located in Aldershot but there will be a requirement for travel across Surrey and Hampshire and home working is an option. There is flexibility in working pattern across the week.  

 

If you would like to know more about Positive Action and this position, please contact Rachel Hinxman on 01252 345019.

To apply, please email your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability and experience for the role to: rachel@positiveaction.org.uk

The closing date is 9:00am on Monday 17th July and interviews will be held on Monday 24th July.  

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Volunteer Unit Co-ordinator - Starting Salary: £22,039 per annum

Benefits:  27 days Annual Leave plus bank holidays, Benenden healthcare Scheme, staff pension, employee assistance programme

 

Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC) deliver a range of rehabilitation services to people who have been sentenced by a court to either custody or community supervision and who are classed as low to medium risk.  We are here to reduce re-offending and help keep safe the communities in which we operate. We believe a person can stop re-offending if they accept responsibility for their actions and the support we offer to make change happen.

 

In your role as Volunteer Unit Co-ordinator you will recruit, train and coach Volunteer Mentors. This is an excellent opportunity to work in a results driven environment where your work with our dedicated and experienced volunteers can influence and motivate other to make change

Key Responsibilities

You will support the strategic development, co-ordination and delivery of the KSS CRC volunteer scheme across Surrey. This involves:

• Recruitment and training of new Volunteer Mentors from interview through to vetting checks.

• Provide mentor supervision; challenge and contribute to risk management ensuring mentors are fully aware of, and understand, the risks inherent in working with the complex needs of others.

• Manage conflict situations both in groups and individual situations.

• Liaising with internal and external stakeholders to enable effective service delivery.

• Ensure boundaries are maintained and volunteers adhere to safe working procedures.

• Source and attend volunteer fares across the CRC promoting the role of volunteer mentors ensuring promotional literature is kept accurate and up to date.

• Ensure Approved Provider Standards (APS) are followed and renewed.

• Ensure administrative procedures are followed and volunteer records are maintained in a timely and accurate manner.

The ideal candidate will be experienced and passionate about working with and through people. You must have a proven track record in communicating with others and have high organisational and administrative skills

 

This post is advertised to be based in our Redhill office but there is also the option to be based within our Guildford Office

 

Closing Date: 12th July 2017

For more details on the post, working at KSS CRC and to apply please visit our website www.ksscrc.co.uk

 

 

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