Back to Ours – Project Assistant – Salary: £18-£20k – Closing Date – 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017

 

Creative People and Places (CPP) Programme – Back to Ours

This is an outstanding opportunity for a capable and ambitious producer seeking to play a key role in the delivery of Back to Ours, the newest of 21 projects in the Arts Council England’s national Creative People and Places (CPP) programme.

Project Assistant

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £18-£20k. Negotiable / subject to experience.

Fixed Term until 31st December 2019 with potential for renewal

 

The main purpose of this role is to help Back to Ours play an active role in delivering the City’s Cultural Strategy 2016-2026, bringing the arts to life in homes, workplaces, libraries, public spaces, health and education settings. Sharing the lessons learned through in-depth evaluation. You will help to achieve this by:

  • Providing day to day administrative support to the Director, the partners and the rest of the Back to Ours team.
  • Coordinating and facilitating project meetings, events and appointments, booking rooms/refreshments and minuting these meetings, take dictation and provide general assistance in presentations as required.
  • Overseeing all marketing and PR activity in line with procured services, supporting the development of materials and content for use via the key communication methods.
  • Collating and recording participant data for all projects, helping to assess the impact of the Back to Ours programme.
  • Assisting the producers with the recruitment and support of artists, other freelancers, casual staff and volunteers, ensuring they have adequate supervision, support and training.
  • Assisting with the organisation of events, ensuring maximum publicity.
  • Working with the rest of the team to ensure accurate and timely communications, supporting the development of marketing and audience development plans for all individual projects.

The post holder must be flexible with a passion and knowledge about the arts and creative sector. They will have experience in establishing and maintaining effective administrative systems. The post holder also will have the ability to meet tight deadlines with proven organisational and prioritising skills. Experience of project/programme monitoring and evaluation would be an advantage but is not essential. A detailed job description and job specification is available on request. To apply for this role your application should comprise:

  • A short covering letter including full daytime and evening contact details (maximum 1 page).
  • A written statement setting our why you are applying and summarising your experience, interests and qualifications for the job. (Maximum 4 pages A4).
  • Please include contact details for at least 2 employment referees.
  • Your CV (maximum 4 pages long)
  • The attached Equal Opportunities form

Click here to see the JD BackToOurs Project Assisant JD

This post is subject to a Standard Disclosure & Barring Service Check and Satisfactory References.

Applications should be returned to recruitment@goodwintrust.org no later than 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017. Interviews will take place between Wednesday 8th-Friday 10th November 2017.  If you haven’t heard from us by this date, please accept that on this occasion your

application has not been successful

“”Goodwin Development Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow safer recruiting procedures through references and DBS checks.”

 

Back to Ours – Community Producer – Salary: £28-£38k – Closing date 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017

Creative People and Places (CPP) Programme – Back to Ours

 

This is an outstanding opportunity for a capable and ambitious producer seeking to play a key role in the delivery of Back to Ours, the newest of 21 projects in the Arts Council England’s national Creative People and Places (CPP) programme.

Community Producer

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £28-£38k. Negotiable / subject to experience.

Fixed Term until 31st December 2019 with potential for renewal

 

The main purpose of this role is to establish and maintain a strong creative vision for Hull CPP. You will work closely with the Director to plan and deliver an outstanding arts programme, establishing it as a national exemplar both in the excellence of the arts it delivers and in the numbers and depth of audience engagement and participation it achieves. You will do this by:

 

  • Work with the Director, partners and the rest of the team to create, commission and deliver an ambitious portfolio of projects in line with Back to Ours creative vision and objectives
  • Develop a network of community hubs across the city that will influence and challenge the Back to Ours artistic programme.
  • Work with the team and partners to develop community-led commissioning opportunities in Hull.
  • Work with artists and communities to develop participation opportunities
  • Ensure that all new projects have a strong community involvement
  • Recruit, manage and support artists, other freelancers and casual staff and volunteers to deliver individual projects, ensuring adequate supervision, support and training
  • Provide creative support and guidance to external partner organisations, community groups and artists to ensure high quality artistic delivery across the programme.
  • Provide detailed project information, budgets and related information as needed to support fundraising bid and tenders.

The post holder will have a passion and knowledge about the arts and creative sector. They will also have experience of working alongside communities in the commissioning, planning and management of projects. Established regional and national networks and contacts in the arts and cultural sectors would be an advantage but are not essential. A detailed job description and job specification is available on request. To apply for this role your application should comprise:

  • A short covering letter including full daytime and evening contact details (maximum 1 page).
  • A written statement setting our why you are applying and summarising your experience, interests and qualifications for the job. (Maximum 4 pages A4).
  • Please include contact details for at least 2 employment referees.
  • Your CV (maximum 4 pages long)
  • The attached Equal Opportunities form

 

Click here to see the JD BackToOurs – Community Producer JD

This post is subject to a Standard Disclosure & Barring Service Check and Satisfactory References.

 

Applications should be returned to recruitment@goodwintrust.org no later than 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017. Interviews will take place between Wednesday 8th-Friday 10th November 2017.  If you haven’t heard from us by this date, please accept that on this occasion your

application has not been successful

“”Goodwin Development Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow safer recruiting procedures through references and DBS checks.”

Back to Ours – Creative Producer – Salary: £30K-42K – Closing Date 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017

 

Creative People and Places (CPP) Programme – Back to Ours

 

This is an outstanding opportunity for a capable and ambitious producer seeking to play a key role in the delivery of Back to Ours, the newest of 21 projects in the Arts Council England’s national Creative People and Places (CPP) programme.

Creative Producer

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £30K-42K. Negotiable / subject to experience.

Fixed Term until 31st December 2019 with potential for renewal

 

The main purpose of this role is to establish and maintain a strong creative vision for Hull CPP. You will work closely with the Director to plan and deliver an outstanding arts programme, establishing it as a national exemplar both in the excellence of the arts it delivers and in the numbers and depth of audience engagement and participation it achieves. You will do this by:

 

  • Support the Director at a strategic level, contributing to Back to Ours artistic and business planning and operational development and to deputise for them in their absence
  • Work collaboratively with the CPP network nationally and internationally, identifying opportunities for joint commissioning, touring, and information exchange.
  • Take the lead in monitoring and supporting progress in project delivery, ensuring that projects take place on time and in budget
  • Recruit, manage and support artists, other freelancers and casual staff and volunteers to deliver individual projects, ensuring adequate supervision, support and training
  • Contribute to the overall fundraising strategy and targets, working with the Director and fundraiser to identify fundraising and income generation opportunities (grant sources, ticketing, merchandise, etc)
  • Identify and build connectivity and progression routes between the Back to Ours programme and the work of partner organisations in order to build long term capacity.

The post holder will have a passion and knowledge about the arts and creative sector. They will also have an understanding of and proven commitment to community engagement in the arts. Experience of supporting the training and development of other people would be an advantage but is not essential. A detailed job description and job specification is available on request. To apply for this role your application should comprise:

  • A short covering letter including full daytime and evening contact details (maximum 1 page).
  • A written statement setting our why you are applying and summarising your experience, interests and qualifications for the job. (Maximum 4 pages A4).
  • Please include contact details for at least 2 employment referees.
  • Your CV (maximum 4 pages long)
  • The attached Equal Opportunities form

To see the JD click here  BackToOurs Creative Producer JD

This post is subject to a Standard Disclosure & Barring Service Check and Satisfactory References.

 

Applications should be returned to recruitment@goodwintrust.org no later than 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017. Interviews will take place between Wednesday 8th-Friday 10th November 2017.  If you haven’t heard from us by this date, please accept that on this occasion your

application has not been successful

“”Goodwin Development Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow safer recruiting procedures through references and DBS checks.”

 

Back to Ours – Production Manager – Salary: £25K-35K – Closing Date 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017

 

Creative People and Places (CPP) Programme – Back to Ours

 

This is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Production Manager seeking to play a key role in the delivery of Back to Ours, the newest of 21 projects in the Arts Council England’s national Creative People and Places (CPP) programme.

Production Manager

Hours: Full Time

Salary: £25K-35K. Negotiable / subject to experience.

Fixed Term until 31st December 2019 with potential for renewal

 

The main purpose of this role is to establish and maintain a strong creative vision for Hull CPP. You will work closely with the Director to plan and deliver an outstanding arts programme, establishing it as a national exemplar both in the excellence of the arts it delivers and in the numbers and depth of audience engagement and participation it achieves. You will do this by:

  • Work with the Director and the rest of the team to deliver an ambitious portfolio of projects and events in line with the Back To Ours creative vision and objectives
  • Liaise with all artists and companies presenting work to assess their technical requirements
  • Recruit, manage and contract technical and production staff needed to deliver the programme
  • Produce venue/site plans, delivery schedules and event management plans
  • Manage the delivery of events and event staff
  • Prepare and manage project budgets, forecasts and costings
  • Prepare risk assessments, method statements and event safety management plans as required
  • Coordinate all necessary permissions, insurance documents and risk assessments for events and activities within the programme
  • Identify and build connectivity and progression routes between the Back to Ours programme and the work of partner organisations in order to build long term capacity.
  • The post holder will have experience of delivering indoor and outdoor arts events on time and within budget. They will also have an understanding of and proven experience of working with non-traditional arts venues. Established network of local technical and production staff and suppliers would be an advantage but is not essential. A detailed job description and job specification is available on request. To apply for this role your application should comprise:

  • A short covering letter including full daytime and evening contact details (maximum 1 page).
  • A written statement setting our why you are applying and summarising your experience, interests and qualifications for the job. (Maximum 4 pages A4).
  • Please include contact details for at least 2 employment referees.
  • Your CV (maximum 4 pages long)
  • The attached Equal Opportunities form

Click here to see the JD BackToOurs – ProductionManager JD

This post is subject to a Standard Disclosure & Barring Service Check and Satisfactory References.

 

Applications should be returned to recruitment@goodwintrust.org no later than 2PM on Tuesday 24th October 2017. Interviews will take place between Wednesday 8th-Friday 10th November 2017.  If you haven’t heard from us by this date, please accept that on this occasion your

application has not been successful

“”Goodwin Development Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We follow safer recruiting procedures through references and DBS checks.”

 

Danny’s Dream Apprentice Personal Assistants

Danny’s Dream offers a unique combination of domiciliary care with that of care and support at the Danny’s Dream Club and other leisure and community activities. We offer a fully person-centred approach that is respectful of difference and diversity and focuses on the needs of the individual, rather than a more service-centred provision. We see the person first and not the disability. We use everyday language rather than jargon and we proactively search for can-do options that empower our service users. We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and motivated individual to train and develop as an apprentice within our Danny’s Dream team.

 

                                                       Danny’s Dream Apprentice Personal Assistants – Job Ref: DDA02

                                                                     35 hours per week (including 1 day at College)

1 year Fixed Term – progression into a qualified role after the apprenticeship for the right candidates

Salary meets NMW for apprentices

 

Applications from male applicants are particularly welcome because this group is currently under represented within Danny’s Dream. However, please note that the successful candidates will be selected solely on their ability to carry out the requirements of the post.

 

During a 1 year apprenticeship, the job holder will undergo an NVQ Level 2 in Health & Social Care and receive on the job the training, mentoring and support in order to be competent in all Personal Assistant duties. Personal Assistants assist people with disabilities and/or complex health and social care needs to live at home with independence by ensuring that they have quality care and support. This may involve undertaking personal care, and/or administering medication and/or escorting, and/or arranging and joining in activities. This apprenticeship role will provide training to enable you to provide service users with an effective duty of care that provides a safe and dignified environment that demonstrates an appropriate level of choice and control. You will be required to work with the Management Team to ensure that Care Quality Commission Essential Standards of Quality and Safety are upheld and that respect is given to the cultural and social values and beliefs of individual service users.

 

It is essential that you have a keen interest to work in a caring profession and the skills associated with the profession such as patience, respect, compassion, understanding dignity, etc. You must be willing to achieve a Level 2 qualification in Health & Social Care as well as undertake any further training required to meet the needs of the service, service users and for professional development. You should have the ability to communicate effectively and efficiently as well as possess a professional attitude and can be relied upon. This is an exciting development opportunity for someone seeking to work with in a caring profession.

 

 

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check and satisfactory references.

 

For an Application Pack please visit our website www.goodwintrust.org/vacancies, contact the HR Department by email: recruitment@goodwintrust.org stating which role you would like to apply for or phone: (01482) 594319 (answer machine – please leave details and a pack will be posted to you)

 

Application forms should be returned stating Job Reference DDA02 to: HR Department, Pod 5. Walker Street, Hull, HU3 2RA no later than Thursday 13th July (CV’s not accepted). Interviews will take place on Tuesday 18th July, If you haven’t heard from us by this date, please accept that on this occasion your application has not been successful.

Volunteering Opportunity – Psychotherapy/Counselling

Are you interested in gaining skills and experience in Psychotherapy or Counselling and have some free time to volunteer?

We are looking for people with a keen interest in Psychotherapy or Counselling, (specifically working with refugees an asylum seekers) and a willingness to take on a caseload of individual short and long term therapy clients within Haven at Marvell House Children Centre, Hull.

We need people who are reliable and punctual, who can attend sessions they have agreed to. Good communication skills and the ability to work well in a team as well as work on their own initiative are required.

For a Volunteer Application Pack and Role Description, please email recruitment@gooodwintrust.org or ring Goodwin Development Trust on 01482 587550

Click here to see the Job Description – JD – Psychotherapist Counsellor – Apr 13 March 2017

For an informal chat about this opportunity please call Jackie Wright on 01482 587550

Fareshare Volunteering Opportunity

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Are you interested in gaining skills and experience in warehouse operations, Food storage, distribution and quality control, and have some free time to volunteer?

We are looking for people with a keen interest in warehousing and a willingness to learn the associated skills to work at the Fareshare Hull and Humber, warehouse on Malmo Road, Hull.

Our current available roles are:

    Delivery Drivers
    Warehouse Operatives

We need people who are reliable and punctual, who can attend sessions they have agreed to. Good communication skills and the ability to work well in a team as well as work on their own initiative are required. Due to the nature of the role, you will need to have the ability to do some manual labour.

For a Volunteer Application Pack and Role Description, please email recruitment@gooodwintrust.org or ring Goodwin Development Trust on 01482 587550

Volunteering Opportunity

Interested in DIY / Painting & Decorating / Landscaping / Gardening? Want to gain skills and experience in these areas or already have the skills and have some spare time to volunteer? 

We are currently seeking volunteers for our Estates Team to give a helping hand with odd jobs, painting & decorating and landscaping. You will be supported by a member of our experienced team.

For a Volunteer Application Pack and Role Description, please email recruitment@gooodwintrust.org or ring Goodwin Development Trust on 01482 587550

Interested in Youth Work? Want to gain skills and experience whilst supporting a great project?

TMH-YEI

We have an exciting volunteer opportunity within youth work as part of Goodwin Development Trust’s Youth Employment Initiative.  You would be supporting young people’s personal and social development and help them to create projects that benefit not only the community, but also  themselves, as they develop skills, knowledge and ideas that support them as they develop into adults.

To find out more or for an informal chat about the volunteer role, please contact Lloyd Dobbs on 01482 587550 or email: ldobbs@goodwintrust.org

For a Volunteer Application Pack and Role Description, please email recruitment@gooodwintrust.org  You can also view the Role Description here:  YEI TM Volunteer Youth Work Role Description

Are you passionate about working with children?

Are you committed to providing high quality education and care? Studying and looking for work to fit round college or university? Can you be flexible and available at short notice?

If you’re answering yes to these, a job in our Childcare Support Team may be for you. Come along to one of our recruitment events to find out more and see what we an offer you.

The Octagon Nursery, Walker Street, Hull, HU3 2RA, 01482 594324 -Thursday 29th October 2015 (6pm – 8pm)

Fenchurch Nursery, Fenchurch St, Hull, HU5 IJF, 01482 497801 – Tuesday 3rd November 2015 (6pm –  8pm)