JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Opportunities in the Health & Social Care Fields.

Opportunities In Sheffield

We are proud to be able to have good working relationships with other organisations within Sheffield.  

 

Through these we are able to share the latest roles available within the Health and Social Care fields.

Operations and Development Manager

SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL

 

We have an exciting opportunity to join our City-Wide Housing Services.

 

We are recruiting for 2 x Operations and Development Manager roles to our Rough Sleeper Initiative (RSI) Team, within Commissioning and Partnerships.

 

    ~ 1 x full time permanent role- Rough Sleeper Strategy

    ~ 1 x full time temporary role (for 12 months)- Rough Sleeper Case Management

 

If you have any queries or would like to discuss these roles further, please contact Laura Costa- Service Manager for Commissioning and Partnerships at laura.costa@sheffield.gov.uk.

 

Closing Date: 22nd July 2024

Housing and Homelessness Strategic Lead

SHELTER

 

Are you an influential, analytical and ambitious individual with excellent leadership skills and a proven record of working in homelessness or social justice?


Do you have experience of service delivery and project planning, budget setting and management, and stakeholder engagement? 


If so, consider moving to Shelter as our new Strategic Lead for Sheffield and you could soon be making a real difference to people affected by the housing emergency.


Closing Date: 16th July 2024 at 11.30 pm

Sheffield City Council

VOLUNTARY COMMUNITY FAITH SOCIAL ENTERPRISE CHANGE PROGRAMME POLICY AND IMPROVEMENT OFFICER

Do you root for Sheffield people, are you passionate about the VCFSE in Sheffield and want to drive forward a partnership between the sector and the Council?


This is a fixed term 2 year role that will be co-located and managed in partnership between the Council and the VCSFE to implement a system transformation and culture change programme.  The city eco-system relies on having a thriving and sustainable VCFSE sector, supporting community resilience.  To enable this to happen the Council need to better understand our role and responsibilities; and consider how these might need to evolve in future to meet long term ambitions such as the City Goals and the Race Equality Commission Report.

This will be a varied role which will require excellent partnership working, influencing and enabling culture change, alongside project management and policy skills.   Although this is a Policy Officer role, it will be based in Integrated Commissioning, alongside officers managing the Council’s core grant programmes (more information here Grants and funding for the voluntary sector | Sheffield City Council).

 

 

We expect the successful candidate to be flexible and responsive to a diverse range of people.  The types of work / a typical week might look like:

  • Facilitating and hosting workshops and meeting with council officer and / or VCFSE partners
  • Working closely with officers and voluntary sector partners building relationships and seeking solutions that achieve outcomes for residents of the city
  • Meeting staff / partners and shadowing services including voluntary sector partners
  • Advocating for VCFSE partners within Council policy and services and amplifying their value
  • Writing strategy, policy and reports for governance meetings and boards
  • Tracking and maintaining project plans
  • Connecting with other workstreams within the Council such as community engagement, Future Sheffield etc.
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If you have experience managing complex projects, can work with colleagues across different Council departments and VCSFE organisations, this is a great opportunity to contribute to a key transformational programme of work for the City, and we would love to hear from you.

 

 

You are welcome to call for an informal discussion with either a Council Officer or VCFSE partner.

 

Closing Date: 15th July 2024

Trustee

PAT MIDGLEY COMMUNITY HUB

 

Wybourn community members required to become trustees and guide the future of the Pat Midgley Community Hub.

 

The Pat Midgley Community Hub is to become it’s own organisation. Do you want to help shape its direction, it’s activities and the role it plays in Wybourn?

 

For an informal chat on what being a trustee would involve and the part you could play contact; Felix Dyer on 07736 693135 or felix.dyer@greatplaces.org.uk

Weekly Opportunities

SHEFFIELD TEACHING HOSPITALS

 

Find out more about the latest job opportunities available with Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.

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