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Before you read on, don't miss our vacancies at NCVS


NCVS is recruiting three new roles to help widen the scope of our support to the voluntary and community sector in Nottingham.


  • Head of Membership Services £30,000 per annum
  • Head of Support Services £30,000 per annum
  • Office Administrator £20,000 per annum


Closing date: 12 noon Friday 24 November 2017.


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Nottingham Mencap

Leader/Tutor (Day Services)

Hours: 2 days (13 hours) per week

Salary: £11.05 per hour (£143.65 per week / £7,470 per annum)

Closing date: TBC


Nottingham mencap is a Charity dedicated to improving the lives of those with Learning Disabilities across Nottinghamshire.


We are expanding our staff team at our base in Sherwood where we provide quality teaching and support in a fun environment. We aim to motivate, enhance and develop the confidence and skills of people aged 16+ who have learning disabilities/autism.


We are seeking an individual to run existing activities and develop new groups who is organised, practical, enthusiastic, motivated, confident and personable with experience of leading groups and supporting staff/students.


Days/hours are negotiable depending on the needs of the successful candidate and the needs of the service. An enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check is required.


For further details, please call 0115 920 9524 and ask for Amanda Allport (Service Manager) or Mike Caston (Chief Executive)


Posted 10 November 2017




Reparation Supervisors (Nottinghamshire)
Hours: 15 hours per week

Salary: £8 per hour

Closing date: open ended - please return completed applications as soon as possible.


As part of various court orders, young people are frequently required to undertake some form of constructive community work – this may include environmental projects, assisting with local charity work, helping various community groups etc.


Remedi reparation supervisors are employed to supervise and work alongside these young people to ensure their safety and compliance with the task in hand.


Training is provided. Ability to work at weekends is essential.


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Posted 5 October 2017



Emmanuel House

Nottingham Winter Shelter - Temporary role

Latvian Support Worker

Closing date: please respond as soon as possible.


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Please phone 0115 950 7140 to request an application pack or email


Posted 2 October 2017



Nottinghamshire YMCA

Senior Play Leader

Hours: 18 hours per week (term time only)

Salary: £8.50 per hour

Location: John Hunt Primary School, Newark

Closing date: Saturday 18 November 2017


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.


The post will be based at John Hunt Primary School but must be willing to support sessions across our various sites in Nottinghamshire/Nottingham city as and when required.


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Posted 10 November 2017




Trafficking Support Worker - East Midlands

Hours: 37 hours per week

Salary: £18,500 – £21,000 (dependent on experience)

Location: Nottingham, with travel across the region

Closing date: Monday 20 November 2017


Ashiana’s Trafficking Project supports clients who have been trafficked into the UK for purposes of sexual exploitation or domestic servitude. We work in partnership with the Salvation Army Anti-Human Trafficking service to provide this support.


The post holder will provide outreach support to female and male victims of trafficking who are living in the community. This post is to support clients in the East Midlands area.


This post is restricted to female applicants under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1. Successful applicants will be required to have a satisfactory enhanced disclosure through the DBS scheme.


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Posted 10 November 2017



Tuntum Housing Association

Customer Support Assistant

Hours: 37 hours per week

Salary: £19,137 per annum

Closing date: 5pm Wednesday 22 November 2017


The post holder will act as first point of contact for all enquiries and work with the team to ensure a responsive and friendly ‘one-stop shop’ for customer queries and support.


Key responsibilities include responding to customers face-to-face, over the phone, and via email, general administration, working with SDM housing software, working with the Maintenance Department to log repairs, and processing customer payments.


The successful candidate must have a good standard of education evidenced by NVQ Level 4 or equivalent, plus experience working in a customer-facing role. Good communication skills, a proven ability to manage workloads and prioritise tasks, and the ability to work effectively both on their own and part of a team are also essential.


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Posted 10 November 2017



Leaders Unlocked

Freelance Youth Engagement Coordinator - MH:2K Nottingham & Nottinghamshire

Salary: £100 per day

Closing date: 5pm Wednesday 22 November 2017


Leaders Unlocked is seeking a freelance Youth Engagement Coordinator to join our team to work on MH:2K Nottingham and Nottinghamshire – an innovative project to enable young people to influence decisions about mental health. The successful candidate will be a proactive youth engagement professional, with a passion for empowering young people to influence change.


Click here for more information about MH:2K


For further information about this freelance role, email Rose Dowling:


Posted 1 November 2017



Salaam Shalom Kitchen (SaSh) - two roles


Sessional On-site Volunteer Coordinator

Hours: Wednesdays 4pm-8pm


Outreach and Development Worker

Hours: 2-3 hours per week, flexible timing


Salary for both roles: Living Wage hourly rate

Closing date for both roles: Wednesday 22 November 2017


These roles could be combined by one excellent candidate, or by two different people.


We need one or two people to help develop and sustain our excellent charitable project which is open every Wednesday between 5.00pm-7.30pm at the Bridge Centre, Hyson Green.


The Salaam Shalom Kitchen is a local joint Muslim/Jewish Project.  For 2+ years, we have been attracting between 30-80 people/week, who come to eat and socialise, in a friendly and warm environment.


The project was set up to tackle food poverty and social isolation. Those who attend includes homeless people, refugees/asylum seekers, families and older people, as well as those who experience mental health problems including substance Misuse and/or physical disabilities, and many others.


For more information and full job description, contact

Karen Worth: or Ferzana Shan:


Posted 26 October 2017



National Literacy Trust

Hub Manager - Nottingham

Hours: 21 to 35 hours per week, fixed term for one year

Salary: £36,000 to £38,000 per annum  pro rata

Closing date: 10am Monday 27 November 2017


We are a national charity dedicated to raising literacy levels in the UK. Are you an experienced project manager with a background in education and/or local government, and experience of managing relationships with funders and media partners?


We are recruiting a manager to lead our National Literacy Trust Hub in Nottingham. A Hub is a ten-year, place-based response to the challenges of intergenerational low literacy. You will work with local partners, and our national team, to shape and deliver activity as part of a city-wide strategy.


This role will be part of our community programmes team, and be responsible for developing the strategic planning around literacy and embedding it within broader local priorities in Nottingham.


You will need to be a strong team player, working closely with partners in Nottingham, where you will be based, and with colleagues among the central National Literacy Trust team in London and at other Hub locations around the country.


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Posted 10 November 2017



Harmless CIC

Specialist Therapist

Hours: Up to 37.5 hours a week

Salary: £23,250 per annum pro rata

Closing date: 12 noon Monday 27 November 2017


Harmless are pleased to offer an exciting opportunity to join our passionate team and help us save lives. We are looking for a dynamic individual, who is willing to develop their skills; work outside the box and challenge themselves in order to do whatever is required to help people attain recovery.


This role is particularly well suited to a therapist early in their career looking for a long term opportunity to develop as a specialist therapist.


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Posted 27 October 2017



Rainbow Parents Carers Forum

Project Support Officer

Hours: Full time 37 hours, will consider job share

Salary: £20,456 - £23,398 per annum

Closing date: Monday 27 November 2017


Rainbow Parent Carers Forum is a support group and independent voice for parent/carers with a child/young person with special educational needs or disabilities

based in Nottinghamshire.


We are looking for a Project Officer to work alongside our trustees and Chief Executive  to assist in the delivery of our Big Lottery Fund Grant.


Download the following documents which make up the full recruitment pack:



Posted 17 November 2017



Nottingham CityCare Partnership CIC

Small Steps Big Changes (SSBC) Performance & Evaluation Manager

Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week, fixed term for 12 months

Salary: £31,696 to £41,787 per annum

Closing date: Monday 27 November 2017


Do you want to contribute to transforming the lives and life chances of children in four of our most disadvantaged wards in Nottingham? Could you use your evaluation experience and skills to expand and enhance the evidence base, by targeting child development outcomes? Are you inspired and motivated by new challenges?


You will be educated to degree level or equivalent level of training or experience in a relevant area, with extensive experience of managing performance and evaluation teams and programmes. You will have strong analytical skills and have the ability to interpret complex data and to report findings to a wide range of operational and strategic audiences. You will be experienced in leading and directing the development of performance reporting and monitoring frameworks in organisations and using these to effectively improve performance and outcomes. You will be well versed in using a wide range of evaluation methodologies to assess and monitor impact and will have experience of working on large evaluation programmes.


You will use your excellent organisational and communication skills to drive the performance and evaluation activities of the programme and to lead and manage our evaluation strategy. You will be experienced in building strong and effective relationships with clinicians, managers and senior leaders.


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Post amended 10 November 2017



Nottingham CityCare Partnership CIC

Intelligence Analyst - Small Steps Big Changes (SSBC)

Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week

Salary: £26,565 to £35,577 per annum

Closing date: Monday 27 November 2017


Do you want to contribute to transforming the lives and life chances of children in four of our most disadvantaged wards in Nottingham? Could you use your advanced analytical and technical skills to expand and enhance the evidence base, by targeting child development outcomes? Are you inspired and motivated by new challenges?


You will be educated to degree level with extensive experience of extracting and manipulating data from a variety of systems and databases and will be highly proficient in using tools like SQL, Excel, Access and SSRS to interrogate and analyse data to support programme evaluation and performance management.


As an experienced analyst who is an effective problem solver you will use your technical and analytical skills to produce practical solutions and actionable insight.


An effective communicator and team player, you will be comfortable working with a wide range of internal and external customers and will be able to communicate your analysis and findings effectively. You will possess well-developed people skills allowing you to confidently engage with service managers, clinicians and commissioners, in turn enabling them to own and use their data more effectively.


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Post amended 10 November 2017



Women's Aid Integrated Services (WAIS)

HR Manager

Hours: 37 hours per week, fixed term contract for up to 9 months (maternity cover)

Salary: £28,203 per annum

Closing date: 12 noon Wednesday 29 November 2017


Reporting in to the Head of Service Finance and Business Support, you will be responsible for supporting the wellbeing of staff and being accountable for all aspects of the management, development, delivery and performance of the HR function. You will be responsible for the development and maintenance of all HR related policies, ensuring all HR policies are up to date and compliant with employment legislation and best practice.


The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate previous experience in a similar role as either a HR Manager/HR Consultant or Senior Advisor. You will have a strong generalist background and ideally have experience of working within the charity sector.


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Posted 17 November 2017



National Biodiversity Network Trust

Office Administrator

Hours: 28 hours per week. Flexible hours, 12 months maternity cover.

Salary: £20,000 pro rata

Location: Nottingham

Closing date; 12 noon Friday 1 December 2017


The National Biodiversity Network Trust, the largest partnership for nature, is looking for an Office Administrator to join our Secretariat in Nottingham. The NBN Trust is a well established UK charity which works to share and enhance wildlife data.


Working as part of a small team, this is a key role reporting to the Finance and Business Officer. You will have relevant experience of office administration and systems, HR and meeting support. Your great organisational abilities will ensure the smooth running of our office located within the Lace Market area of the City.


The varied role will require you to use your skills and develop new ones to carry out tasks from ordering stationery to attending meetings with heads of national conservation charities at the Natural History Museum in London.


The role is initially for maternity cover but there may be opportunities for the position to continue after the year contract is over.


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Posted 10 November 2017





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