Roles & Opportunities

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Community Impact Bucks

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Please click here to see our volunteer opportunities

Please click here to see all opportunities in other organisations

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Community Impact Bucks Employment Opportunities:

Team Leader, Gardening and Handy Helper Projectspade

  • Are you passionate about improving the lives of vulnerable elderly and disabled people?
  • Do you have Green Fingers?
  • Do you have DIY Skills?
  • Do you enjoy working as part of a team?
  • If so then this is the job for you!

Community Impact Bucks is looking for a suitably experienced, able and enthusiastic Team Leader to lead, support and manage our team of volunteers to provide a basic household maintenance service; including gardening, minor household repairs and DIY tasks. Our Volunteer Gardening and Handy Helpers projects provide a range of services to vulnerable elderly and disabled people in Buckinghamshire, supporting and enabling them to enjoy their home and garden.

Based at our depot in Aylesbury this post is instrumental in ensuring the continued success of the Gardening Service and the Handy Helper Project.

  • Hours: 14 hours per week (2 days a week, currently Tuesday and Wednesday)
  • Salary: up to FTE £20,000pa (pro-rata £8,000pa) dependent on experience
  • Closing Date for Applications: 5pm on Tuesday 18th April 2017
  • Interviews: Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th April 2017 at Community Impact Bucks’ offices in Monks Risborough

Please download our job description and application form, or contact Community Impact Bucks on 0300 111 1250 or anne@communityimpactbucks.org.uk for more information. Please send your completed application to Anne Burton (email as above) or post to Community Impact Bucks, 6 Centre Parade, Place Farm Way, Monks Risborough, Bucks, HP27 9JS 

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Community Impact Bucks Volunteering Opportunities:

Currently we do not have any open volunteering opportunities. This site is updated regularly and we ask that you please check back to see what's available.  

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Other Organisations

Healthwatch Bucks

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Administrator

£19,500 pa (pro rata); contract up to 30 October 2017 (with the possibility of extension)

  • Do you believe the residents of Buckinghamshire deserve the best from their health and social care services?
  • Can you bring excellent administrative support skills to help us make a difference?

The Healthwatch Bucks Administrator pays a key role in supporting us to deliver projects and interventions that make a difference to the way health and social care in Buckinghamshire is delivered.

To thrive in this role you will:

  • Have experience of administration and understand its importance to an organisation
  • Be happy talking to and emailing members of the public – and dealing with calls to which you may not immediately know the answer
  • Have a good understanding of Microsoft Word and Outlook and some experience of using Excel
  • Be happy to take ownership of some key administrative processes
  • Be able to work collaboratively as part of a small team – supporting others on a number of tasks in order to deliver Healthwatch Bucks’ aims

For more information about the role see the Job Description and visit our website (details below). Please apply using our application form (download), which should be returned to Anne Burton (anne@communityimpactbucks.org.uk) by 5pm on Tuesday 18th April 2017.

  • Salary: £19,500 (fte) per annum [pro rata]
  • Contract: to 30 October 2017 (temporary contract with the possibility of extension)
  • Working hours: Part time (17.5 hrs a week)
  • Closing Date: Tuesday 18th April 2017
  • Interview dates: 2nd and 3rd May 2017

Healthwatch Bucks is an independent statutory organisation dedicated to representing the views of the people of Buckinghamshire in shaping Health and Social Care Services. It based in Monks Risborough and is run by a small staff team and a group of around 30 dedicated volunteers. Please visit our website www.healthwatchbucks.co.uk for further information, or contact Thalia Jervis, Chief Executive on 01844 348846 / 0845 260 6216.

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Aylesbury Vale Multicultural Centre

Community Centre Managers (Job Share Role)

Location: Aylesbury, Bucks

Category: Administrative/Managerial

Closing Date: 28th April 2017

Salary: £20,580-£23,124 Pro Rata Grade: SG2 (Range 517-521)

We are looking for two people to Job-Share the role of Centre Manager for 20hrs per week & 18hrs per week including occasional evenings and weekends.

The Community Centre Managers will play key roles in ensuring the management and smooth running of Aylesbury Multicultural Community Centre. An important aspect of the job is to help develop the business, advertise the facilities available and identify new opportunities by means of effective marketing, networking and innovative solutions. Working closely with the Executive Committee, other staff, and local statutory, voluntary and commercial sector organisations. The Manager will work to ensure the Centre is a vibrant, well managed facility that operates for the benefit of residents and organisations within a sustainable framework.

Click here to see the job description, or email AVMCtreasurer@gmail.com for more information.

Apply and further information
A covering letter is mandatory. Please tell us why your abilities and experiences, incorporating the key core competencies, are best suited to the position in no more than 1500 words and enclose your CV. Please email it to susanmorganlibdem@hotmail.com by 9am on 28th April 2017.

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Talkback

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Talkback is a charity that supports people with learning disabilities to help build their self-esteem and have more say and control over their lives, whilst aiming to achieve choice, opportunity and respect for all people with a learning disability. Talkback is user led and therefore knows what life looks like when you have a learning disability.

Project Workers - £17,161 - £18,453

Due to an exciting expansion programme we have several Project Worker vacancies to deliver a range of services to promote and encourage independent living and lifelong learning. You will work across Buckinghamshire, at both our High Wycombe and Aylesbury buildings, plus in local colleges and in the community. You will work alongside people with a learning disability to meet their individual needs and also support young people and their families to achieve positive outcomes.
Previous applicants need not apply.

For further information about these roles and details of how to apply please visit our website – Talkback - or contact Helen Black on 01494 434448

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School Crossing Patrollers – Job Opportunity

Do you have an hour a day and want to give something back to your local community (as well as getting paid)?

School Crossing Patrollers have an important role within the community helping children and their parents to cross busy roads and help to keep their journeys to and from school a safe and pleasant experience.

On average a shift is for 30mins, meaning that most Patrollers will work an hour a day.  Hourly rate is currently £8.44

If you are not available everyday why not consider becoming a Relief Patroller to provide cover when convenient to you.

For further information, visit our jobs page or call the School Crossing Patrol Supervisor on 01494 586639 or 01296 383432

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