Job opportunities in social enterprise

Dementia Adventure

 

Post: Volunteer Co-ordinator (Maternity cover max 12 months commencing 9th October 2017)

Grade:NJC Scale* point 30 (£26,822) (Pro-rata 0.8 FTE actual £21,457)

Term of Contract:Max 12 months

Hours:30hrs over 4 or 5 days per week - flexi time system in operation

Office Base:Old Park Farm, Ford End, Essex - the role will be largely office based with flexibility for some home working if necessary.

Dementia Adventure is an innovative charity working to make sure that people living with dementia have access to nature and the outdoors on a regular basis. We provide training, research and consultancy services as well as adventures and short breaks for people living with dementia and their carers across the UK.

We depend on our network of volunteers to help us throughout the organisation. Our existing Volunteer Co-ordinator has developed a number of roles including volunteers to support the delivery of outdoor activities for people living with dementia and their carers, volunteer ambassador roles, fundraising volunteers and administration and support roles, including governance roles. We will need someone with considerable volunteer management experience to cover for her while she is away on Maternity leave.

Reporting to the Operations Director you will be responsible for continuing to support and develop a strong volunteer culture across the organisation, advocating on behalf of and promoting volunteers at all times.

 

Apply in writing to info@dementiaadventure.co.uk with a covering letter and CV, by 12 noon 29th August 2017

 

 

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.