Voluntary Sector Jobs

Voluntary Sector Jobs

Is there a paid position in North Devon’s voluntary sector that you would like us to advertise here? Please e-mail us at admin@ndvs.org.uk

 
 

Part-Time Administrator

 
Are you highly organised, able to work flexibly and switch tasks as needed?

Do you have experience of using databases, posting on social media, creating spreadsheets and a whizz at Microsoft office?

Do you have a can-do attitude and a warm phone manner?

If so, we want to hear from you

Families in Grief is a small childhood bereavement charity based in Bideford, North Devon. We support bereaved children, young people and their families living in the North Devon and the Torridge areas who have experienced the death of someone close to them

We are looking for a part-time Administrator working three days a week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to join our small team in Bideford

We are looking for someone with strong organisational skills to provide administrative support to FiG staff and the Chair of Trustees. You must be a team player with excellent IT skills and be able to prioritise tasks whilst working to set deadlines.

Download an application pack from www.familiesingrief.org

Please send your completed application back to info@familiesingrief.org by midnight on Sunday 13th September 2020. Unfortunately, applications after this time will not be considered

Interviews will be held on Monday 28th September and Wednesday 30th September
 

Wis£r Money

Three exciting opportunities to join the Wis£r Money team:

 

Trainee Money Advice Caseworkers (x2)

Salary: £17,024 to £20,207 Per Annum (pro rata) depending on experience

Hours: Part or Full-time considered - 22.5 – 37.5 hours per week

Fixed Term Contract: 12 Months

Place of Work: Home Based - able to travel and deliver services in Devon & Somerset

Key Work Roles:

1. Assess and review client’s needs and their ability to successfully engage with money advice

2. Provide comprehensive money, debt and financial capability advice that is tailored to individual need using a mixture of delivery channels including home visits, telephone, email, video and letter

3. Prepare action plans that reflect the identified needs of clients. This should be done in a sensitive and appropriate manner that respects each client’s dignity and individuality

4. Update and maintain accurate case management records

Communication and Learning Co-ordinator

Salary: £23,048 - £25,163 Per Annum (pro rata) depending on experience

Hours: 30 hours per week

Fixed Term Contract: 12 Months

Place of Work: Home Based covering the Districts of Torridge & West Devon

Key Work Roles:

1. Marketing and promoting the money and debt advice service and educational workshops across Torridge and West Devon to reach those who cannot access mainstream advice

2. Maintain, develop and deliver a range of signposting directories, information and resources aimed at increasing awareness, understanding and knowledge among agencies and communities of financial exclusion issues

3. Maintain, develop and increase established support networks of voluntary and statutory sector referral agencies

4. Gathering social policy evidence and reporting on areas of financial wellbeing inequality and rurality to seek to influence and inform policy makers

To request an application pack for any of these three posts or for further information please email: enquiries@navigatecharity.org.uk or call 01823 299050

Closing Date: Applications close on 4th September 2020

Interview Date: Interviews will be held on 9th & 10th September 2020