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Nottinghamshire YMCA

Senior Play Leader

Hours: 18 hours per week (term time only, after school Monday to Friday)

Salary: £8.50 per hour

Based at John Hunt Primary School, Newark (but must be willing to support sessions across Nottingham City/Notts as required)

Closing date: no set date; please apply as early as possible


Working as part of a team, you will use your experience of working with 4-11 year olds to prepare and deliver after school activities. You will have a good rapport with both parents and children and acting on managerial guidance and your own expertise you will deliver exceptional play activities.


You’ll be part of our inspiring team who will guide children through a fun, safe and positive programme of activities. Your reliable and caring nature will thrive in this environment and will make a huge difference to the children in your care. We are looking for qualified Level 2 and Level 3 Play Leaders  with paediatric first aid and food hygiene qualifications to help us win the battle against week days.


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Posted 7 March 2018



Rhubarb Farm CIC


Hours: 1 day per week, can be worked from home

Salary: to be confirmed


Knowledge and good experience of SAGE

is a requirement.


For further information contact Jennie Street. Email or call 07527 929592.


Posted 20 March 2018



Base 51 - (two roles)


Base 51 has secured funding for three years from Children in Need to establish a new project to work with children and young people living in temporary accommodation in the City of Nottingham. The long term effect of surviving (not thriving) in this environment impacts young people’s mental health, physical health and reaching their full potential at school and college – contributing to longer term impacts.


Closing date for both roles: 9am Friday 23 March 2018


Young People's Project Officer

Hours: 12 hours per week (specific days/hours are to be confirmed, applicants must demonstrate willingness to work flexibly)

Salary: £24,761.88 pro-rata


Our Project Officer will be an experienced youth worker who has extensive contacts and networks within the City, being able to engage young people quickly and put into place support plans. They will also build relationship with accommodation providers, families and other support workers in order to establish trust and enable young people to access the support they require. The post-holder will be based at NGY in the city centre, and off-site work will be required regularly.


Contact Jeniesha Doyle (NGY Manager) for further information about the post. Email or call 0115 952 5040.


Young People's Project Counsellor

Hours: 8 hours per week (specific days/hours are to be confirmed, applicant must be willing to work evenings and weekends)

Salary £26,936 pro-rata


Our Project Counsellor will work with the young people who have engaged with the Project to access our bespoke counselling service, utilising a range of therapeutic approaches, where they will be able to help young people make sense of the situation they find themselves in and address their anxieties in a safe and supportive way. The post-holder will ordinarily be based at NGY in the city centre.


Contact Tammy Gibson (Counselling Manager) for further information about the post. Email or call 0115 952 5040.


Posted 20 March 2018



The Mix

Youth Support Officer

Hours: part time 30 hours per week

Salary: starting salary of £19,500 with potential for annual progression depending on performance

Location: The Mix’s Nottingham service hub, with regular visits to The Mix’s London office for induction and initial training

Closing date: 9am Monday 26 March 2018


Come and join us at the Mix, an innovative digital charity providing essential support for under 25’s. We are looking for a passionate youth advocate with helpline experience to join our team.  The successful candidate will provide high quality support and signposting information through our telephone, webchat and email support channels to under 25 year olds across the UK.


As well as being on the frontline, you will also assist in the delivery of training for new volunteers and provide advice and guidance to volunteers you are on shift with.  By actively maintaining helpline resources and documentation, you will ensure The Mix provides a high quality service for young people.  Candidates will have excellent verbal and written communication skills and an ability to work on your own initiative.


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Posted 9 March 2018



Age UK Notts

Mini Bus Driver/Handyperson

Hours: 18 and three quarter hours per week, split shift

Salary: £8.45 per hour

Based: Sybil Levin Health & Wellbeing Centre, Nuthall Road, Nottingham

Closing date: 5pm Monday 26 March 2018


The Sybil Levin Health & Wellbeing Centre is a day care facility for older people with mild dementia.


Your main duties will be to drive service users of the Sybil Levin Day Centre to and from the Centre in our 16 seater mini bus.  You will also check and clean the mini bus plus undertake some other duties within the Centre such as helping to move furniture and keeping the outside areas tidy and clean.


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Posted 7 March 2018



Nottingham Community Housing Association (NCHA)

Support Worker - Wells Road

Hours: 37 hours per week

Salary: £16,258-£18,483 per annum + enhancements for night working

Closing date: Monday 26 March 2018


NCHA’s Wells Road Project supports six people with learning disabilities. We are recruiting for a full time Support Worker that wants to help us improve people’s quality of life to join our team.


We are looking for a person who is enthusiastic, creative, innovative, patient and compassionate as the post entails meeting day to day challenges that require patience, understanding and resilience.


You will be given a full induction and training to support you to fulfil the role.


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Posted 20 March 2018



Nottingham Arimathea Trust

Resettlement Officer

Hours: 37 hours per week

Salary: £26,000 per annum, funded until end of March 2019

Closing date: 12 noon Wednesday 4 April 2018


Nottingham Arimathea Trust is looking for a committed and hardworking Resettlement Officer to join the staff team for a new post funded until end of March 2019 by Nottingham Together (part of Nottingham City Council).


The post will lead the resettlement/move-on of residents living in properties managed by the Trust. We are seeking to use this to increase the through put of residents allowing us to offer supported housing to new refugees who have recently gained status and also to widen our scope to provide emergency housing for victims of modern slavery and human trafficking.


For further information, please email or call 0115 924 9920. If you would like to discuss the role before applying, please ask for Caron Boulghassoul.


Posted 20 March 2018



Tuntum Housing Association

IT Officer

Hours: 37 hours per week

Salary: £30,166-£36,576 per annum

Closing date: 12 noon Friday 6 April 2018


You will be supporting the Director of Resources and Risk to ensure that Tuntum’s IT infrastructure including telephony is current, efficient and managed effectively.


You will hold a relevant professional qualification, have helpdesk support experience and a sound knowledge of Microsoft Windows desktop environment in a business context and knowledge of administering Windows Servers, including user and policy management in an Active Directory domain.


Experience in the housing sector is beneficial but not essential


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Posted 20 March 2018



Tuntum Housing Association

HR Officer

Hours: 37 hours per week

Salary: £30,166-£36,576 per annum

Closing date: 12 noon Friday 6 April 2018


We are seeking a HR Professional who shares our mission for improving people’s lives, to lead and develop a stand-alone HR function which supports the needs of our 63 employees.


You will have up to date and practical knowledge of employment law and HR practice coupled with the experience and confidence to make sound decisions in order to effectively lead and develop all aspects of our HR function.


To secure this role you must be CIPD qualified to at least level 5 and be able to offer demonstrable experience of working in a generalist HR role. Experience of the Housing Association sector can be an advantage, but applicants with a track record of success in other sectors are strongly encouraged to apply.


Join us and become part of a friendly, sociable team that really enjoy their work. You’ll benefit from training opportunities that help you achieve your individual career goals and most important of all you will be making a genuine difference to your local community.


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Posted 20 March 2018



Nottingham Community Housing Association (NCHA)

Care Assistant - ESL Nuthall

Hours: 0-37 hours per week (Full time, Part time & Bank Hours)

Salary: £15,738-£16,258 pa (£8.18-£8.45 per hour) + enhancements for night working

Closing date: Thursday 12 April 2018


ESL Nuthall are looking to recruit enthusiastic Care Assistants to join their dedicated team. The service is for people with learning difficulties and those with challenging behaviours.


As a Care Assistant you will be providing personal care and/or personal support to clients as required. You will be responsible for supporting vulnerable individuals to live as independently as possible, to exercise choice and control over their lives, and to play their part in the local community.


The successful candidates will be required to work on a shift basis over 24 hours including weekends, bank holidays and sleep ins; for which a separate allowance will be paid.


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Posted 20 Mach 2018



Home-Start Nottingham

Administrative Assistant - Family Mentor Service

Hours: 18.5 hours per week

Salary: £8,390 per annum (actual salary for hours worked)

Closing date: 12 noon Monday 16 April 2018


Home-Start Nottingham is a home-visiting scheme offering support and friendship to families with pre-school children going through stressful times. The Family Mentor Service has been commissioned by the Small Steps Big Changes programme (SSBC) which is funded by the Big Lottery programme ‘A Better Start’ to improve the lives of 0-3 year olds and is being delivered by Home-Start Nottingham.


We require an Administrative Assistant who would be part of the Home-Start Nottingham team based at our offices in Aspley. The successful applicant will have the responsibility of providing administrative support to the staff team at Family Mentor Service and occasionally support Home-Start Nottingham staff.


Skills required are:

  • excellent telephone manner
  • IT skills to a proven high standard
  • ability to monitor and order stock items.


Previous experience of office administration is desirable and the ability to work on own initiative within time schedules.


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Posted 20 March 2018



Nottinghamshire YMCA

Interim Housing Manager - City

Hours: 37.5 hours per week, to include weekends, evenings and early mornings

Salary: Circa £28,000 per annum (dependent on experience)

Closing date: no set date; please apply as early as possible


Could you help enable young people, refugees, and other vulnerable adults to achieve independent living? Are you an excellent mediator with a good understanding of the needs of people from diverse backgrounds? Do you have the confidence to implement positive change?


Your role as a Housing Manager will be to provide an effective and comprehensive housing management and tenancy support service for vulnerable residents. You will manage a team of Tenancy Support Officers and our temporary accommodation sites in the City. Deputising for the Housing Development Manager, your focus will be on sustaining tenancies and improving tenant’s journeys, through developing relationships with partner organisations, local communities, and resident involvement.


Our ideal candidate will have a recognised housing qualification and experience of providing housing management and/or supported housing services and managing staff teams effectively. Possessing excellent conflict resolution skills, you will be a clear leader, passionate about best practice and individual and team performance.


It is desirable that you have a full driving licence and have excellent knowledge of the welfare and benefits system, safeguarding and housing and homelessness legislation. You will need to be confident managing budgets and funding opportunities, designing and implementing policies, and reporting.


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Posted 20 March 2018



Nottinghamshire YMCA

Registered Manager

Hours: 37.5 hours per week average to include evenings, nights, weekends, bank holidays, call outs etc.

Salary: £38,000-£40,000 per annum pro rata

Closing date: no set date; please apply as early as possible


Nottinghamshire YMCA Settled Care is our Children's Residential Homes Service, and a Nottinghamshire YMCA signature programme. Our innovative, small group homes are just that - homes that offer each child the time to be nurtured and supported, not only by their carers, but also by the wider community.


As Registered Manager, you'll be a critical part of our team. We're looking for someone who is experienced, committed and passionate who can maintain our Ofsted ratings of Outstanding and Good.


Your priority will be to safeguard the physical and emotional safety needs of the children and young people in our care. You will be responsible for ensuring that the home is run efficiently and providing a positive environment which allows each child to reach their full potential.


It is essential that you hold a Diploma Level 5 Leadership and Management (Children and Young People) qualification. You'll have detailed knowledge of Safeguarding policies, Ofsted requirements and behaviour management strategies. You will be responsible for leading, managing and motivating your team to deliver the desired outcomes under the Quality Standards.


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Posted 20 March 2018



Nottinghamshire YMCA - multiple casual roles

Hours: Up to 42.5-50.5 hours per week during the summer holidays

You’ll be part of the Activities, Adventure & Camps Department, delivering a programme over the summer holidays.

Location: YMCA Camp Williams - The Nottingham Emmanuel School

Closing date for all: Tuesday 1 May 2018


Casual Game Design Programme Leader

Salary: £7.45-£8.00 per hour

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Casual Science Programme Leader

Salary: £7.45-£8.00 per hour

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Casual Drama/Theatre Programme Leader

Salary: £7.45-£10.00 per hour

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Casual Film Photography Programme Leader

Salary: £7.38-£7.83 per hour

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Posted 20 March 2018




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