Please see below for vacancies in the network, including roles at Praxis, Hope at Home, the St Augustine’s Centre and NACCOM.
If you have a job you would like to advertise, please get in touch.
Praxis is recruiting for:
Responsible to: Advice Manager
Location: Bethnal Green
Hours: 21 hours
Status: 7 months (to end July 2020)
Grade: NJC 21 £29,415pa (£17,649pa pro rata inclusive of London Weighting).
About the role:
Praxis is looking for an energetic, creative and resourceful volunteer coordinator to lead and develop their volunteer programme:
The ideal candidate will have relevant experience in a similar role within the voluntary sector (preferably in an organization working with migrants, refugees and/or people at risk) and good knowledge of relevant legislation and good practice around managing a volunteer programme. S/he will enjoy working collaboratively and be passionate about supporting Praxis to deliver its objectives. S/he will well organised, being able to combine a hands-on role with an ability to take responsibility, think strategically and solve problems. If you are interested in this post, please complete the attached application form and ensure that you tell us in the personal statement how you meet each of the person specification requirements.
St Augustine’s Centre is recruiting for:
Location: St Augustine’s Centre, Halifax
Hours: 0.81 whole time equivalent, (30 hours a week)
Salary: £34,788 pro rata 81%, equivalent to £18.03 per hour, National Joint Council spinal column point 32 (depending on experience)
About the role:
St. Augustine’s Centre on Hanson lane in Halifax has been working with diverse communities for over 50 years providing a welcoming place of support, sanctuary, and community. We are Calderdale’s specialist support centre for Refugees and Asylum seekers, alongside others who need our services. We are looking for a Centre Leader who will have responsibility for providing clear leadership, management and ensuring the effective delivery of services.
The Centre Leader will work collaboratively with trustees, staff, volunteers, Centre Users, and local partners to ensure that the valuable and varied work of the centre is continued and developed. He or she will maintain and support the four core values and ethos of St. Augustine’s Centre.
We are looking for someone with a proven track record of leading and motivating a staff team, who has managed a busy charity that highly values its volunteers, who has project and financial management experience and is energetic and decisive with a ‘can do’ attitude.
Hope at Home is recruiting for:
Charity location: Bromsgrove
About the role:
Hope at Home understand the positive contribution a board of trustees from differing backgrounds and experiences bring to an organisation. We are a young organisation and are looking for people who are willing to assist us not only with our overall governance, strategy and finance but also individuals who are able to assist us operationally as we work to develop the organisation and deliver services.
We want people who care about our sector, understand and commit to Hope at Home’s role in supporting it and can work with a small leadership team to deliver our objectives. We are currently looking to recruit at least three new trustees to our board. We are seeking to improve, amongst other things, the skill set and competencies of the board, the visible diversity of the board to ensure we more accurately reflect the make-up of the people that we serve.
Trustees are required to attend a minimum of four meetings annually. These meetings take place at the weekends and require a whole day. Ahead of the meetings trustees will be expected to prepare for meeting and to complete any tasks or actions assigned from the meetings. They are also expected to contribute to operational tasks on an ad hoc basis and as agreed take a lead on issues facing the charity.
NACCOM is recruiting for:
Could you be a NACCOM Trustee? The No Accommodation Network (NACCOM) is looking for up to three new Trustees to strengthen and diversify the skills and experience of the Board for this national network.
This is an exciting role for individuals who want to shape the future development of the organisation to make a big difference to the lives of increasing numbers of destitute people seeking asylum, refugees, migrants and those that support them.