Job opportunities in social enterprise

Overstream Clean - Social Enterprise supervisor/trainer

 

Role Summary

Overstream Clean is a first class social enterprise providing an efficient, quality cleaning service for businesses in Cambridge and providing skills training to people with experience of or at risk of homelessness. It is an exemplary model of getting people furthest away from employment back into work by developing their self-esteem and confidence and equipping them with work-based skills.

 

Wintercomfort is a small Cambridge charity supporting the homeless and people at risk of losing their homes. We offer basic welfare amenities, educational development, pathways to employment and other services to help people achieve greater autonomy, in a safe and non-judgemental environment.

 

Purpose of the job

The successful applicant will need to have experience of supervising people with a positive, can-do attitude, and the ability to relate to hard to reach people. They may have some experience teaching or delivering training whether formally or informally. Knowledge of cleaning is not a pre-requisite although would be helpful and a willingness to learn is very important. The applicant should be willing to turn a hand to whatever is required, keep cool in a crisis, pay attention to detail and most importantly be able to support our service users to get involved. This is a great opportunity for an experienced supervisor or someone wanting to give something back to the community

 

Deadline 23rd October 2017

 

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Allia Centre Manager

 

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

Hours- Full time (5 days / 35 hours per week). Some flexible hours may be required

Salary- Up to £35,000.00 per annum dependent on experience.

 

We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic individual to take on the role of Centre Manager and drive the successful operation of our new Future Business Centre in Hackney, London. Designed as the home for impact entrepreneurs, the centre combines workspace and event & meeting room space and is the home to our business support programme, Serious Impact. You will deliver a five-star customer service to tenants and visitors, and play an integral role in establishing the centre's profile and connectivity.

 

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. Your attention to detail will ensure the centre runs smoothly, safely and efficiently. You will represent the Allia brand in East London and our friendly, supportive, professional and positive approach.

 

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

 

Closing date: 10am on Monday 2 October 2017

 

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Allia : Marketing Communications Officer

 

Salary: £24,500.00 per annum

 

Hours: Full Time, 35 hours per week

 

Based: Future Business Centre, Cambridge with travel to other centres as required

 

Reports to: Head of Marketing Communications

 

To apply please send your CV (including contact details of two referees) and covering letter to: recruitment@allia.org.uk

 

Closing date for applications is Friday 13th October.

 

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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.