Job opportunities in social enterprise

Allia

Programme Support Intern - 1 year Fixed Term Contract

Location - London with occasional travel to other Allia centres in Cambridge and Peterborough

 

Hours - Full Time 35 hours per week, Monday - Friday 8.30 am - 4.30 pm with 1 hour for lunch. Occasional evening/ weekend work may be required.

 

Salary - £17,745.00 per annum

 

We are looking to find a Programme Support Intern to join our team to aid in the running of our Serious Impact incubator and accelerator programmes in London for startups and SMEs, and deliver a five-star customer service to the people working within these businesses. You will play an important role in tracking the progress of the programmes against targets and the growth of the businesses taking part.

 

You will also support the preparation for and set up of events within the programme. This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to start their career in supporting startups and SMEs.

 

You will be able to bring great people skills, a positive attitude and the confidence to take on new tasks and projects. Our Programme team represent the face of two excellent programmes that truly make a difference to the businesses that take part, and bring with them a friendly, supportive, positive and professional approach.

 

Closing date: 14th July 2017.


To apply please send a covering letter along with your CV including contact details of two referees to recruitment@allia.org.uk. For more details click here


Allia

Community Host Intern (1 year Fixed Term Contract)

 

Location - Hackney, London with occasional travel to other Allia centres in Cambridge and Peterborough

 

Hours - Full Time 35 hours per week, Monday - Friday 8.30 am - 4.30 pm with 1 hour for lunch. Occasional evening/ weekend work may be required.

 

Salary - £17,745 per annum

 

We are looking to find a Community Host Intern to join our team to support the running of our reception, and deliver a five-star customer service to tenants and visitors. You will play an important role in our establishment of the Centre as one of London's premier business centres. This role is ideal for someone looking to develop their skills in community management.

 

You will be able to bring great people skills, a positive attitude and the confidence to take on new tasks and projects. Our Community staff represent the face of the Future Business Centre and our friendly, supportive, professional and positive approach.

 

Closing date: Friday 7th July 2017

To apply please send a covering letter along with your CV including contact details of two referees to recruitment@allia.org.uk and for further information click  here

Parents 1st - Chair

 

Parent 1st are looking for someone to lead and support Parents 1st who shares our vision to build peer support initiatives in local communities that help parents to give their babies the best start in life.

 

For further information and a copy of the job description, please contact our recruitment advisor Nikki Wilson at Eastside Primetimers via email n.wilson@ep-uk.org or telephone 0207 250 8438. Application is by CV and a brief covering letter which should indicate why you are interested in applying for the role and how you meet the role requirements.

The closing date for applications is Monday 19th June at 5pm.

 

Allia

 

Centre & Programme Manager

 

Location - Hackney, London. Occasional travel to other Allia Future Business Centre's in Cambridge and Peterborough plus other locations may be required.

 

Hours - Part time (3 days / 21 hours per week)

 

Salary - Up to £35,000.00 (pro rata) per annum dependent on experience.

 

We are looking to find a Centre & Programme Manager to join our team to oversee the operation of our newest site in Hackney, London and support the delivery of our programme to entrepreneurs. You will deliver a five-star customer service to tenants and visitors, and play an integral role in establishing the Centre as one of London's premier business centres.

 

You will be able to bring great people skills, a positive attitude and the confidence to take on new tasks and projects with minimal supervision. You will represent the face of the Future Business Centre and our friendly, supportive, professional and positive approach.

Deadline 20th Junre 2017

 

The Prospects Trust - Support Worker post

 

Working Hours: 35 hours per week (Monday to Friday)

 

Fixed Term Contract for 12 months

 

Salary & Remuneration: £18,200 per annum

 

The Prospects Trust at Snakehall Farm is looking for a full time support worker to join our team to assist our Garden Team Manager in growing and developing our social enterprise, whilst supporting our Co-workers (individuals with disabilities) in an informative, fun and engaging way to maintain our customer's gardens to a very high standard. The Garden Team undertakes all manner of gardening services from small scale garden maintenance services to re-design and landscaping projects. The post holder will also work on large scale collaborative projects and on occasion at Snakehall Farm.

 

Deadline for applications Friday the 23rd of June, interviews will be held on Friday 30th of June and start date is as soon as possible thereafter. 

 

hey!Cambridge

hey!Cambridge provides evidence based, early intervention mental health support to children and young people in schools in Cambridge City. hey!Cambridge is a social enterprise; this means we exist to deliver our social impacts, and not for private profits.

 

The organisation is looking for two new roles, to support the organisation through its next period of exciting growth. Both roles will be supported by the Board and Clinical Directors, who have a wealth of knowledge and experience in both education and mental health provision. hey!Cambridge is a social enterprise with an entrepreneurial spirit backed by robust professional standards and clinical ethics, and you will share these values.

 

Operations Manager (0.4FTE, £27,500 pro rata)

You will be experienced in the systems, structures and processes needed to grow a successful enterprise. You will keep the young person and those around them at the centre of all that we do.

 

You will be IT-literate, and be experienced in or able to learn systems including Quickbooks Online, Office 365 and salesforce.com to an Administrator level. You will be able to visualise how these systems support the efficient growth of the organisation, and able to implement these across a dispersed team. You will understand the importance of information security, and able to apply these principles to your work.

 

You will have an eye for detail, and will be able to produce reports and information which convey sometimes complex information easily. You will be able to present these reports to your colleagues or to Board.

 

Business Development Manager (0.2FTE, £32,500 pro rata)


You will be experienced in either the educational or mental health sectors, and comfortable in those environments. You will keep the young person and those around them at the centre of all that we do.

You will understand the mental health and education marketplaces, and be able to identify and engage with key stakeholders in both areas. You will understand how the hey!Cambridge model fits different service areas, and will be able to explain this easily and professionally.

 

You will be comfortable engaging with audiences of all levels in either small or large groups. You will be able to adapt your communication accordingly. You will be good at developing and maintaining relationships with other professionals. 

 

Most of all the successful candidates for both roles will understand and believe in our vision, and will work alongside us to make this a reality to improve the lives of children and young people experiencing mild or emerging mental health difficulties.

 

For more information please see our websites at www.heycambridge.org and www.cfse.org.uk.

 

To request an application pack, please email hello@heycambridge.org

  

Herts Independent Living (HILS)

HILS are looking to fill a variety of roles.  For more information visit here 

 

CFSE looking for board members

CFSE is a social enterprise set up in Cambridge to provide evidence-based intervention in schools for children and young people experiencing mild or emerging mental difficulties. The board is made up of a mix of clinical professionals and people with experience in business and the community. It supervises the work of the enterprise ensuring excellent delivery and maintaining professional and ethical standards.  We are looking to expand the board with one new non-executive board director. Ideally, we are seeking someone with general interest in the field of children's mental wellbeing who can bring additional business expertise. We are particularly interested in a financial, accounting or legal background as we feel that this would complement the other board members.

 

For more information, please visit www.heycambridge.org or contact Damien Ribbans, Project Manager at damien.ribbans@heycambridge.org or 07812 396558.