Salary: NJC Scale point 15-20 £17,972- £19,819 pro rata
Location: Aigburth Drive, Liverpool L17
Hours: 20 hrs per week - 4.30pm to 8.30pm Monday to Friday. Additional hrs neg.
The Whitechapel Centre and SHAP Ltd are Liverpool City Region based charities which provide support to people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, and / or have support needs.
In partnership with Liverpool City Council we provide a harm reduction service within a supported accommodation setting for up to 33 people who have a range of substance misuse, mental or physical health needs. The aim of the service is to increase individuals’ sense of confidence, independence and recovery and enable them to make positive changes in their lives.
Energetic, and with a positive ‘can do’ attitude, your role will be to provide a range of nutritious evening meals that will not only meet the particular dietary requirements of our residents but also increase the take up of meals prepared on site.
We`re looking for someone who has a genuine interest in cooking who is passionate about delivering a quality service to our service users. Ideally you will have a recognised catering qualification, a good understanding of basic dietary requirements e.g. diabetes, IBS and vegetarianism and experience of working in a professional kitchen, ensuring cleanliness and safety prevail at all times.
We offer a supportive working environment, good pension and staff benefits.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm on Monday, 21st January 2019
Following the completion of the recruitment and selection exercise, successful candidates will be offered employment by either The Whitechapel Centre or SHAP.
Post: Corporate Fundraiser
Salary: SC P 19 – 28, £19,446 - £25,463
Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week. Some flexible working will be required.
The Whitechapel Centre is the leading homelessness charity in the Liverpool City Region. We are looking for a highly energetic person who is passionate about seeing an end to homelessness. As part of our organisation, your task will be to generate new income and raise awareness of the varied work we do to help ensure corporate fundraising becomes a sustainable source of income for the charity. The key to your success will be your ability to research, engage and steward new and existing corporate partners; to manage donor initiatives and deliver marketing and fundraising events.
With a background in fundraising or sales, you will have first class communication, influencing and negotiating skills, the ability to engage with people from all walks of life and the passion to deliver positive and productive outcomes.
In return, we offer a friendly and supportive working environment, together with a generous pension scheme and Simplyhealth medical benefits.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 12pm on Monday 28th January 2019.
Fundraising & Volunteer Administrator - ILM Internship
Employment Contract: Minimum of a 56 week employment contract
Hours: 35 Hours per week
Wage: In line with National Minimum Wage for the age of the person
This role is part funded using European Social Fund monies. The purpose of this funding is to support Liverpool resident’s aged 16-29 who are not currently in education, training or employment into work. The project is particular focused on supporting young adults who have added barriers to work including:
• Lone parents
• Care leavers
• Young adults who have a disability or special educational needs
• Young adults who have diagnosed mental health illnesses
• Young adults from black and ethnic minority backgrounds
• Young adults who have a previous conviction
• Young adults who have been unemployed for 12months+
Before applying for this role please check to ensure you meet the above criteria for the funding. If you have any questions regarding your suitability please contact us via the below email or ring 0151 233 2726 / 0151 233 2691. Please email CV with employer name & job title in subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org
The ILM Role:-
This is a varied role in a busy office which will include general administrative tasks such as arranging meetings, speaking to applicants and volunteers, handling donations, data input, answering the telephone, dealing with correspondence, filing paperwork and getting involved in fundraising initiatives.
We are looking for someone who has:
In return we will:-
Offer you varied and interesting work in a friendly and supportive work environment, along with the training and development you need to succeed and achieve your potential.
If you are interested in applying, please send your CV to the Liverpool City Council ILM Team at ILM@liverpool.gov.uk making sure you put the job title and employer name in the subject box.
Closing date for CV's will be 9am Thursday 31st January 2019
Bank Support Workers
Have you got at least two years’ experience of years’ experience working in a homelessness, housing or support setting; a good working knowledge of local housing, health and support services and the flexibility to work at relatively short notice to provide cover for annual leave or other staff absences?
We are looking for experienced workers who will be able to undertake a wide variety of roles in our supported accommodation centres and open access centre. Contracts are offered on a zero hours basis – you are free to accept as many or as few assignments as you wish. For more information, download a copy of our job description and person specification.
Night Hub Workers
We are currently looking to recruit a number of staff to our bank of night hub workers who provide an overnight service for people who are rough sleeping.
We welcome applications from people who can offer some flexibilty to work at short notice particularly mid-week.
Shifts are usually 8pm to 8am (12 hours). Some experience of support work will be essential. Experience of cold weather / night work in a similar environment will be a distinct advantage. Remuneration is £115 per shift.
Please note: we do not accept CVs without an accompanying application form.
The Whitechapel Centre offers a supportive, friendly work environment, good pension scheme and staff benefits.
All posts are subject to an Enhanced level check by the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).
Committed to addressing discrimination and promoting equality and diversity in the provision of services and employment.