Jobs across the network in August

Welcome to our round-up of jobs across the network this month, including roles at Nottingham Arimathea Trust, Housing Justice in London, and Upbeat Communities in Derby.

Please let us know if you have a job to advertise and we can share it across the network. Get in touch with Hannah Gurnham.

Organisation: Nottingham Arimathea Trust

Location: Nottingham

Post: Finance and Admin Officer

Hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week)

Salary: The salary is £22,000 based and NAT has generous annual leave of 30 days + bank holidays and 5% employers pension contribution.

About: The post holder will be the key component in our management of finances and the various paperwork involved in managing properties, such as safety certificates and other documents needed to evidence our robust systems to ensure our properties and therefore residents are provided with safe and secure homes.

Deadline: Deadline for application is 11:59pm on Sunday 16th August 2020. Interviews are planned for week commencing 17th August 2020.

For more information and to apply >>> click here <<<

Organisation: Nottingham Arimathea Trust

Location: Nottingham

Post: Support Workers (one permanent, one temporary)

Hours: Full time (37.5 hours per week)

Salary: The salary is £22,000 based and NAT has generous annual leave of 30 days + bank holidays and 5% employers pension contribution.

About: Nottingham Arimathea Trust (NAT) is looking for experienced and hardworking Support Workers on a full time. This role is a crucial role within our team to ensure we can provide good quality support and advocacy for our residents who are either destitute asylum seekers or newly recognised refugees. You will be a people person, who is passionate about social justice and ensuring our residents receive the best quality support whilst they live in our housing. You will have demonstratable skills in advocacy ensuring our residents are able to access all the services they need and are entitled to. This sometimes will mean pushing people to help, sometimes when they don’t want to, but should. Fighting for the rights of our residents is a key part of who we are and you will be supported through your journey with us.

Deadline: Deadline for application is 11:59pm on Sunday 16th August 2020. Interviews are planned for week commencing 17th August 2020.

For more information and to apply >>> click here <<<

Organisation: Housing Justice

Location: London

Post: Hosting Project Officer

Hours: 28 hours per week based in London (remote working for the time being)

Salary: £26,054 PER ANNUM

About: We are recruiting for a Project Officer to join the Housing Justice Hosting Project team. In this exciting new role, you will work alongside the Hosting Manager on an innovative project, transforming the lives of destitute migrants.  You will contribute to matching guests with hosts, casework, advocacy and pastoral care for guests plus recruitment, training and support for hosts.

Deadline: Tuesday 1st September 10pm. During the COVID-19 restrictions, our interviews will be via Zoom.

For more information and to apply >>> click here <<<

Organisation: Upbeat Communities

Location: Flexible (with a minimum of 2 days per week in our Derby office)

Post: Head of Fundraising

Hours: 37.5 hours worked flexibly, including occasional evening & weekend work (part-time hours considered for the right candidate), permanent with six month probation

Salary: £30,367 – 35,525 (depending on experience) plus 5% pension contribution

About: We are looking for a dynamic fundraising professional who can help lead us into our next stage of growth as a charity. We are looking for someone who is ambitious, visionary, creative, and compassionate, who recognises the challenges facing refugees as they rebuild their lives in the UK, as well as the great potential they possess, and the opportunities needed to realise this potential.

The successful candidate will have a positive attitude and love resourcing our team with the finances to deliver the best possible services to those we work with. The candidate will be committed to, actively demonstrate, and take a lead in the delivery of our Christian values, ethos and practice in order to achieve our vision – to see thriving positive communities where every refugee can contribute and make the most of opportunities.

In line with the Christian ethos and values of Upbeat Communities, and due to the strategic importance and seniority of this role, there is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is a practising Christian.

Deadline: There is no set deadline for this post. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and interviews will be scheduled accordingly. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

It is likely initial interviews will be carried out online, with second stage interviews taking place in person.

For more information and to apply >>> click here <<<

 

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