currently recruiting- july 2018: Red Zebra Community Solutions, km charity team, scouts, social enterprise kent

 

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red zebra community solutions

Job Title: Social Prescribing Admin Coordinator

Location: Based in Whitstable, may require travel in Whitstable, Faversham, Canterbury, Ash and surrounding areas, (mileage or expenses for public transport will be paid).

Salary: £18,500 (pro rata if part time)

Working hours: Full or Part time (Non-negotiable working days are Mon, Tues and Wednesdays due to meeting commitments on those days).

Closing date: 22nd August, noon

Interview date: 29th and 30th August, 5 minute verbal presentation (subject to be confirmed) on 12th and 13th September

We are looking for a Social Prescribing Admin Coordinator who is a whiz on Excel, super organised and efficient. We want someone who is creative, proactive and a problem solver who can suggest how to improve on our current admin procedures and reports.  The customer experience is really important to us and a pleasant and confident telephone manner is a must. You must be an enthusiastic team player who can demonstrate initiative and with a positive ‘can do’ attitude.  You must have excellent communication skills, with the ability to talk to people on any level and display empathy with clients on the phone. 

For the full Job Description, please click here

To apply, please contact Fiona Keyte, Social Prescribing Manager, on 01227 262313 or email fiona.keyte@redzebra.org.uk to request an application form.

 

Job Title: Social Prescribing Coordinator

Location: Based in Whitstable, may require travel in Whitstable, Faversham, Canterbury, Ash and surrounding areas, (mileage or expenses for public transport will be paid).

Salary: £23, 500 (pro rata if part time)

Working Hours: Full or Part time (Non-negotiable working days are Mon, Tues and Wednesdays due to meeting commitments on those days).

Closing date: 22nd August, noon

Interview date: Initial Interview Date: 29th and 30th August 2018, Presentation date: 12th and 13th September 2018

We are looking for a Social Prescribing Project Coordinator who is able to turn their hand to any area of Social Prescribing, from meeting clients in their homes for motivational interviews, creating and hosting new community groups, delivering Connect Well training, to keeping accurate records by being a whiz on Excel. You must be an enthusiastic team player who is a creative problem solver, demonstrates initiative and with a positive ‘can do’ attitude. A willingness to get on and succeed is an absolute must. You must have excellent communication skills, with the ability to talk to people on any level in a variety of settings, including 1-2-1 meetings, small and large presentations to organisations and GPs and many other health care professionals  This role is extremely proactive and you will be working to agreed targets. Our Social Prescribing Manager has won awards for her community engagement and this will be a fantastic opportunity for you to be mentored and developed.

For the full Job Description, please click here.

To apply, please contact Fiona Keyte, Social Prescribing Manager, on 01227 262313 or email fiona.keyte@redzebra.org.uk to request an application form.

 

Job Title: Office Manager

Location: Whitstable, with occasional travel to our other offices In Medway, Dover and across Kent.

Salary: £24,000

Working Hours: Full time, permanent contract

Closing Date: Wednesday 5th September, noon

Interview Date: 18th/19th September in Whitstable

Who are we looking for?

 Are you a proactive creative problem solver, with a confident ‘can do’ attitude? Are you looking for a role that you can make your own? Then this may be the job for you. The successful candidate will be looking for a big challenge, is obsessed with organisation and can confidently support a busy CEO. This role will be the lynch pin of this organisation as we continue to grow. A willingness to get on and succeed is an absolute must. You must have excellent communication skills, with the ability to talk to people on any level in a variety of settings. You must be a whizz on Excel and other Microsoft applications and be able to dazzle us with your friendly approachable attitude in a fast paced changing environment.

 More about the role:

You will work alongside The CEO to bring process, order and more importantly fun to the lives of everyone in the team. You will be the CEO’s go to person and extra pair of hands. This is a great opportunity for an amazing team player who loves detail to be part of a growing organisation assisting the Heads of Departments across a broad range of services: Social Prescribing, Consultancy and Development, Volunteering, Roma in the Lead, Involving Medway, Big Locals and Finance. Training will be provided on the unique nature of our work.

To find out more about the role and to request an application form please call Jenny Walsh on 01227 262313 or email jenny.walsh@redzebra.org.uk.  Why not make an appointment to pop in see what we do?

To find out more about the Job Description, please click here.

 

km charity team

Role: Deputy Chief Executive

Location: Whitstable

Salary: £40,000

Working Hours: Full time

Closing Date: Tuesday 4th September, noon

Interview Date: Tuesday 11th September

Would you like the opportunity to join a dynamic and entrepreneurial charity? Do you relish a challenge with lots of fun thrown into the mix? Can you contribute and help lead the geographic expansion of the charity’s educational programmes across the south east? If yes, read on!

The KM Charity Team is looking for a full time Deputy CEO. With recent expansion into London, Sussex and East Anglia to add to our strong base in Kent, we need a strong leader to help us make our plans a reality.

The ideal candidate will either have a strong grant fundraising background, or experience with raising significant funds through corporate fundraising. You will have responsibility for helping to grow the business, so must have good business development acumen and love working with people. The KM Charity Team delivers educational programmes to schools in the South East, amazing awards events, and adrenaline challenge events that raise over £100k each year for charities and good causes. 

Does this sound like a challenge you would like to get involved with? For an informal chat about the role, call the charity’s Chief Executive Simon Dolby on 07989 164 752. To apply for the job pack please go to the www.kmcharityteam.co.uk/vacancies.

 

scouts
 

Role: Growth and Development Officer

Location: Home based, South of England (project load initially South East of England)

Salary: £27,500

Closing Date: Friday 17th August (midnight)

The purpose of the job is to instigate, support and deliver focussed growth plans and opportunities across the Regions as agreed by the Senior Growth and Development Officer /Area Growth and Development Manager.

You will be a highly driven and enthusiastic self-starter with the ability to work with volunteers and hard to reach communities. 

Applicants are encouraged to contact the Senior Growth and Development Officer, Stephanie Ovens for more information about the role on 07496 622994/ 01594 845152, stephanie.ovens@scouts.org.uk or Olly Thorp 07534 926589, olly.thorp@scouts.org.uk.

For an application form, please visit their website.

 

social enterprise kent

Role: Community Connector (Let's Get Working)

Location: Based in Folkestone (with travel across South and East Kent)

Salary: £21,000

Contract: Fixed term contract until December 2019

Social Enterprise Kent are the East Kent partner for the Let’s Get Working project, which is funded by ESF and National Lottery. Let’s Get Working is an innovative project which supports community members who have long term physical health conditions, or disabilities. With referral support from GPs and other medical practitioners, our Community Connectors with provide intensive, bespoke support to each participant on the programme, and will develop a plan that meets their individual needs and aids their progression into a sustainable outcome (e.g. further training, education, volunteering, employment).

We are looking for new team members who are passionate about working with people and helping them to realise their potential. If you have experience of supporting people to achieve positive changes in their lives, then we would like to hear from you.

SEK is a dynamic, community focused organisation and we are always interested in developing new talent. If you are looking for a career change, have excellent planning and organisational skills, are determined, focused and enthusiastic, we can offer you training and support whilst in role.

If you are interested in applying for this role, please send us your CV, an Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form (downloadable from http://sekgroup.org.uk/jobs-sek/ ) and a full, detailed cover letter which demonstrates your suitability for the post, to Peter Tomlinson, Operations Supervisor, either -

By email: p.tomlinson@sekgroup.org.uk

OR

By post to:

Peter Tomlinson,
LGW Operations Supervisor,
2nd Floor, Mill Lane House,
Mill Lane,
Margate.
Kent.
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Speculative CVs which do not have a cover letter will not be assessed.

Previous applicants need not apply.

Click here for full Job Description

Closing date: Tuesday, 14th August - 5:00pm.

No agencies Please.

Interviews are expected to be held on Monday, 20th August 2018.  Please indicate in your covering letter whether you are able to attend an interview on this date.

 

Role: Operational Supervisor – Let’s Get Working Project

Reporting to: SEK Employability Project Manager

Work pattern:  37.5 hours per week based in either Folkestone or Margate, with some travel

Salary: £23k

Deadline: Friday 24th August

SEK is in partnership with Sussex Community Development Association (SCDA), who have secured funding through the Big Lottery and ESF to deliver the ‘Let’s Get Working’ project, which is focused on participants who have disabilities or long term health illnesses. SCDA, who are based in East Sussex, are the lead partner for this project with other consortium members including SEK and Royal British Legion Industries. The project will be delivering support to communities in East Sussex, Kent and Medway, with bespoke Hubs being created to provide intensive and ongoing practical employment support for disadvantaged people, empowering them to move into sustainable volunteering, education, training or employment.

The Let’s Get Working project will develop, test, deliver and evaluate a way to provide support to people with disabilities or long term illnesses to access the labour market. The project brings together specific employability support with the principles and practices of social prescribing, using referral relationships with health and care professionals to offer personally tailored help to people to find and keep work, or move towards employment. Support will be offered in a context where we seek to deliver specific employment and wellbeing outcomes for individuals, as well as benefits for communities and the health and care system.

The Operational Supervisor will oversee the day-to-day running of the Let’s Get Working project, ensuring that the project is fully compliant with ESF/ National Lottery requirements, and that all specific SCDA processes and procedures are adhered to. The postholder will be required to support the LGW team by leading on audit and compliance activities. This will include monthly checking/ audit processes for all Participant files, and ensuring that financial and auditable information is provided by SEK on a monthly basis.

The postholder will work with the Employability Project Manager to support the preparation of monthly and quarterly returns to SCDA.

For full details visit the SEK website