Community360 (C360) is seeking to expand its vibrant team. If you would like to support your local community and strengthen voluntary action, there couldn’t be a better time to join the C360 workforce. If you are keen to be part of a fantastic team and are looking for a highly rewarding role, enjoy working under pressure and want to join a forward thinking organisation, then this is the place for you.
Position: Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Hours: 22.5hrs per week
Pay Scale £36,000 – £43,000 (Pro-rata & dependent on skills and experience)
We are looking for a highly capable senior manager to help lead our successful organisation. You will have a track record in leadership, with experience of building excellent working relationships particularly in the public and voluntary sectors. You will have a proven track record of writing successful funding applications, monitoring and evaluating a wide range of projects, a good knowledge of corporate governance and general employment law/best practice, and be able to review and challenge financial information.
Our new Deputy Chief Executive Officer will:
- Support our CEO to strategically lead the organisation and deputise in their absence.
- Take day to day responsibility for researching and writing successful funding applications and ensuring income generation is prioritised.
- Support on delivering, monitoring, evaluating and improving the performance of C360.
- Ensure our teams are delivering against their operational objectives and that they are collaborating to support the strategic objectives of C360.
- Assess the overall governance and support the operational performance of C360 as well as represent C360 on appropriate local and regional strategic bodies.
At the heart of the voluntary and community sector since 1968, Community360 is an independent charity whose aim is to inspire groups to seize opportunities and become more enterprising and sustainable. We achieve our mission through a number of projects, including an experienced Community Development team, Community Accounts Service, Voluntary Sector Training, a Volunteer Centre, and a Community Transport service.
We lead on community programmes with more than 400 volunteers, and help over 300 community groups a year to access funding, embed good financial practices, and train their people.
We value working in partnership. We consult with our voluntary and public sector partners to guide the development of policy, co-produce new projects and deliver services. We are creative and innovative in meeting the needs of local communities and the voluntary groups and organisations that serve them
Call Community360 on 01206 505250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form, Job Description and Person Specification. For an informal conversation about this role with our Chief Executive Officer, please email PA@community360.org.uk
Deadline: 30th August 2019
Interview Date: 12th September 2019
Administrator-Scheduler (Community Transport)
Full-time: £9.00ph (job share and part-time considered)
Location: Tiptree, Essex
We are looking to recruit a positive organised person to our Scheduling team, to help provide administrative support so that our transport service meets the needs of our members.
Duties are diverse and include administering bookings, organising driver schedules, allocating drivers to vehicles, database management and dealing with public enquiries both face to face and on the telephone.
You would be joining a friendly team of ‘can-do’ people who work together to provide an excellent service.
The successful candidate will have proven administrative experience, excellent communication, time management and organisational skills, the ability to work with a diverse range of people, and a commitment to providing a service to meet the needs of the project. The ideal candidate must be willing to work across multiple locations including Tiptree (main base) Colchester and Maldon.
If you would like to support your local community and strengthen voluntary action, there couldn’t be a better time to join the C360 workforce. If you are keen to be part of a fantastic, enthusiastic, dedicated team and are looking for a highly rewarding role, enjoy working under pressure and want to join a forward thinking organisation, then this is the place for you.
About Community Transport
Our Community Transport scheme improves access to services, activities and facilities in both Colchester, Maldon and surrounding villages, for people with limited mobility (be it through permanent or temporary disablement, illness, accident or age). By doing so, the scheme also tackles isolation and boosts independence. Lack of accessible transport can be a barrier to disabled and elderly people accessing GP surgeries and other social and welfare facilities.
Minibus Drivers required – Zero hours
Scale of £8.50 – £12.00 per hour (dependent on day)
We are looking for dedicated drivers to be based within our Community Transport Scheme to transport patients who have been discharged from Colchester hospital and require transport either direct to their home; care homes, or indeed any destination dictated by the hospital within North East Essex. The job holder is required to drive one of our minibuses and ensure all safety guidelines are followed at all times. Additionally you will be responsible for liaising with the schedulers, ensuring that all information is recorded accurately. MiDAS (Minibus Driver Awareness Scheme) training is provided and a DBS check will be required.
Hours will vary and cover is required for daytime, evenings and weekends, seven days a week including bank holidays.
We need experienced minibus drivers to help us fulfil this role. An empathetic, caring nature is paramount and the ability to recognise if other support services could be suggested or are required.
The Ideal Candidate will:
- Possess prior experience of driving a minibus
- Have excellent customer relationship and communication skills and the ability to engage with people at all levels
- Hold a full clean UK driving license
- Be aged 25 years or over in order to be covered by Fleet Insurance
- Have a good knowledge of the local area
- Be willing to go the extra mile and have a flexible approach.
Further information on our transport scheme can be found https://www.community360.org.uk/services/community-transport/
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Community360 is committed to safeguarding and ensuring the welfare of vulnerable adults, children and young people. We expect all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
The suitability of all prospective employees or volunteers will be assessed during the recruitment process in line with this commitment. We have safeguarding policies in place which staff/volunteers are expected to read at induction and keep up to date with any policy changes throughout their employment and/or volunteering experience.