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Offered by:
Vanclaron CIC
Location(s): Aspley, Basford, Berridge, Bestwood, Bilborough, Bulwell, Bulwell Forest, Castle, Clifton East, Clifton West, Dales, Hyson Green and Arboretum, Leen Valley, Lenton and Wollaton East, Mapperley, Meadows, Radford, Sherwood, St Ann's, Wollaton West, Outside of Nottingham City
Address where volunteering takes place: Unit 44 Lenton Business Centre Lenton Boulevard Nottingham NG7 2BY  

How many places are on offer?


Purpose of Role:

Our Project- CHATS (Community Health Awareness Training Services) has been set up by a former Asylum seeker. As a result of culture, faith and stigma, BAME mental Health sufferers especially Refugee and Asylum seekers usually do not seek help until at crisis stage. This is due to lack of support, training and understanding by both organisations and impacted individuals

You will be making a difference in the health outcomes of a vulnerable community by researching and applying for funding to underpin the service.

Role Description:

- Research available grant providers

· Prioritise grant providers most likely to support the business

· Construct compelling grant applications following the grant providers’ requirements

· Identify other potential sources of finance

· Maintain concise but clear records of grants declined and feedback provided

· Maintain concise but clear records of grants sanctioned and grant givers terms and conditions and any reporting requirements

· Construct progress reports to grant providers

Benefit to the volunteer.

· Gain insight to and build knowledge of Grant providers requirements

· Develop skills in grant application writing

· Develop report writing skills

· Develop organisational and interpersonal skills

· Develop creative thinking and problem-solving skills

This opportunity is home base, although there may some occasional visits to the office.

We are asking for a commitment of 3 to 6 months

Skills and Qualifications:

Sympathy and support for the values of Vanclaron and deep commitment to Vanclaron’s mission “To shape the design, development and provision of health and wellbeing services to be inclusive, in a way that will enable every community to have the capacity and confidence to choose positive health and wellbeing.”

· Work with integrity, impartiality, fairness and the ability to respect confidences.

· Positive, approachable and professional, with a ‘can-do’ attitude.

· A confident self-starter and decision-maker with excellent attention to detail.

· Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, able to present complex issues simply and clearly in order to motivate, persuade, and inspire.

· Numerate

· Ability to build effective and collaborate relationships, working as part of a small, diverse team.

· Excellent organisational and time management skills with the ability to plan, prioritise and work to deadlines.

· Willingness to work flexibly

When required:

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Additional information:
Are there age restrictions for this opportunity? No
Are there gender restrictions for this opportunity? No
Is the opportunity accessible to disabled people? Yes
How long before volunteer can expect a response?

We will try to respond to volunteer enquiries within one week

How long to complete training and recruitment?

This will be at you own pace, but should be cmplete within two months

Volunteer Expenses offered? Yes
Induction and Training offered? Yes
Support and Supervision offered? Yes
Has a risk assessment been carried out? Yes
DBS Disclosure required? No

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