Pavilion Youth Hub is a charitable organisation, which formed following the collective experiences of a few home-educating families, Nick & Suzanne Wilson being the founder members. Following a difficult transition to High School, they felt they had no option but to withdraw their 11 yr old daughter from school in favour of home education. Although academically able, they feared she may become socially isolated and would benefit from working alongside her peers. The idea of PYH was born.
We have 2 vacancies to fill. We meet approximately 4 times a year to discuss various items, not limited to but including:
Safeguarding: Recruitment, policies and management
Finance: Fundraising, banking and financial accounts
Premises: Rent, renewals, maintenance
Curriculum: Content, timetable, events & planning
Pastoral: Mental health needs, partnerships & networking. Hub events
Staff: Recruitment & roles
Any other business: Anything & everything!
Application process Should you wish to apply to become a member of our management committee, please put together a brief account of why you are interested in the role, what you can bring to the role, and how the role can benefit you personally. It need not be more than 1 page.
If offered appointment you will need: • An enhanced DBS certificate. (We can apply for one on your behalf if you don’t already hold).
• To complete safeguarding training. (We will arrange should you not already hold)
• To provide proof of address, and identification. (Utility bill & passport or driving licence)
• To provide 2 references.
Please email your application to email@example.com
3-month temporary contract, 16 hours per week, salary: £8.21/hour
charity no.1122488) offer counselling services across Kirklees helping parents
who have lost a pregnancy, baby or have other pregnancy-related issues. The
counselling team provided 650 counselling hours last year.
Are you an
organised, creative and compassionate person? Can you support our Centre
Manager by ensuring that the office along with its finances run smoothly
allowing the counselling team to focus on the needs of our clients?
We are a small
team at Talkthru so everyone occasionally steps away from their normal duties
to help with adhoc tasks but the daily tasks the successful candidate will
– Provide a
point of contact for clients and process their referrals to ensure they can
access the support they need at the earliest opportunity
physical & digital communications as required
the book of accounts on a timely basis ensuring all income and expenditure is
accurately recorded and supporting documents are filed in an orderly
organising and updating relevant data using database applications when
necessary to maintain accuracy.
– Ensure administrative practices are
Do you have great people skills and strong emotional intelligence? These skills are key to this role as at times you will be client facing and need to adapt your style depending on each individual clients’ needs. Confidentiality is essential and will always be maintained in and outside of work.
This is an initial
3-month contract which may lead to a permanent role. The hours are 10:30am
until 14:30pm on Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri. If this sounds like the kind of exciting
challenge you are looking for and feel that you can demonstrate the skills we
are looking for then we would love to hear from you.
Closing date: 25th October 2019
Interview date: 28th October 2019
Start date: 29th October 2019
For more information about the role or to arrange a phone call (01484 515137) to discuss this role further please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Leaders Kirklees has two exciting opportunities for English
Language Programme Outreach Workers
(North and South Kirklees)
The outreach workers will be part of a partnership
project to increase access across Kirklees to suitable, supported and quality
ESOL provision with appropriate progression routes. This is a
collaboration between Kirklees Council and TSLK funded by the Ministry of
Housing, Communities and Local Government. The outreach workers will carry out regular outreach registration and advice
(initial assessments) to ensure that people who would like to improve their
English are appropriately advised and that the project targets are met
posts are temporary for 12 months, 37 hours a week: Salary Scale SCP 20
successful candidates will have the skills to successfully engage with diverse
communities; have an understanding of the policies and practice surrounding
English language learning for adult migrants in the UK and the ability to carry
out assessments of language skills.
Join the largest charity associated with a super league club
Huddersfield Giants Community Trust are seeking to appoint individuals to become new members of our Board of Trustees. We need people who are committed to understanding and developing the innovative ways in which the Trust supports more than 200,000 different young people a year, many with complex and multiple needs. We are a non-profit organisation delivering sports, education & NCS-based initiatives into the community. We are the largest official charity affiliated with a super league club. We are here to inspire, create opportunities, promote being active and as a whole building a community where everyone belongs.
The Board meets at least 6 times a year for an average 2.5 hours. There is also a need to read reports in advance of each meeting.
Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber project, Migration Yorkshire
Salary details: C1: £21,589 to £23,836
Contract Type: Fixed Term Appointment
Hours per Week: 37
Closing date: 15 July 2019 11:30 PM
Do you have excellent finance support skills? Are you looking for an interesting and varied role?
We’re looking for an assistant finance support officer to work on ‘Refugee Integration Yorkshire and Humber’ (RIYH), a large new project led by Migration Yorkshire, in which we’ll work closely with local employers, services, communities and individual refugees to establish a new region-wide approach to integration. The project is co-funded by the European Union Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund.
Third Sector Leaders Kirklees (TSLK) have an exciting opportunity for an English Language Programme Co-ordinator.
The programme co-ordinator will be leading a partnership project to increase access across Kirklees to suitable, supported and quality ESOL provision with appropriate progression routes. This is a collaboration between Kirklees Council and TSLK funded by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. The programme co-ordinator will be leading on establishing, developing and reporting on the English Language Co-ordination Service pilot.
The post is temporary for 12 months, 37 hours a week: Salary Scale SCP 38 £40,760
The successful candidate will have a relevant degree and hold a TESOL Certificate or Diploma or equivalent level qualification along with experience of successfully managing programmes in the ESOL curriculum area.