Vacancies & Advertising

 

Current Opportunities

 

Development Officer - Care for the Carers

Deadline for applications: 28 July 2016 at noon

Care for the Carers is seeking to recruit a Development Officer to take a key role in building projects, tools and connections to better support unpaid carers. Working with colleagues from Health, Social Care and within the charity's teams, the successful candidate will kick start projects that respond to carers’ needs, as well as contributing to ongoing monitoring and evaluation. For more information and guidance on how to apply, please view the Development Officer job advert.

 

Operations Manager - Children with Cancer Fund - Polegate (CWCF)

Deadline for applications: 31 July 2016

CWCF is seeking an Operations Manager who will be responsible for developing an infrastructure within which the charity can deliver its objectives for 2016 and beyond. It will be a wide ranging role encompassing ‘back office’ functions as well as supporting the operations of the organisation. The role will be instrumental in ensuring a passionate, enthusiastic, consistent and quality service to those coming into contact with the charity. For more information and guidance on how to apply, please view the Operations Manager job advert.

 

Care and Support Workers - Age Concern Eastbourne

Deadline for applications: 1 August 2016 at 5:00 pm

Age Concern Eastbourne is recruiting Care and Support Workers for the new Homecare service. Individuals are required who can support older people who have difficulties with their daily living activities. Successful candidates will be working with people in their own homes to support them to live their lives the way that they want to. For more information and guidance on how to apply, please view the Care and Support Workers job advert.

 

Project Coordinator (Community Friends Plus) - Rother Voluntary Action (RVA)

Deadline for applications: 5 August 2016

RVA is seeking an energetic person to fulfil the role of Project Co-ordinator in this exciting new project in Bexhill. The successful candidate is someone who can encourage and engage local people in Bexhill Central and Sidley to become involved in or receive volunteer-led services and activities that will improve the health and wellbeing of the local community using RVA's Community Friends Plus model. For more information and guidance on how to apply, please view the Project Coordinator (Community Friends Plus) job advert.

 

Community Development Worker (Willingdon Trees) - Sussex Community Development Association (SCDA)

Deadline for applications: 8 August 2016 at 5:00 pm

SCDA is seeking a Community Development Worker who will have responsibility for developing, delivering, and coordinating services and activities for future sustainability, drawing on internal resources and expertise to do so. For more information and guidance on how to apply, please view the Community Development Worker (Willingdon Trees) job advert

 

Administrator (Devonshire West Big Local) - 3VA

Deadline for applications: 12 August 2016

Interviews: Week commencing 22 August 2016

In partnership with Devonshire West Big Local (DWBL), 3VA is recruiting an Administrator. The post-holder will be employed by 3VA but seconded to the DWBL project to assist the DWBL community development officer to deliver the aims and objectives of DWBL by providing administrative support to the DWBL board. The post will include some evening and occasional weekend working. For more information and to apply, please view the full job description and application form or contact Sheila Lindsey on 01323 639 373 or at sheila.lindsey@3va.org.uk.
 

Community Development Officer (Devonshire West Big Local) - 3VA

Deadline for applications: 12 August 2016

Interviews: Week commencing 22 August 2016

In partnership with Devonshire West Big Local (DWBL), 3VA is recruiting an Administrator. The post-holder will be employed by 3VA but seconded to the DWBL project to assist the DWBL community development officer to deliver the aims and objectives of DWBL by providing administrative support to the DWBL board. The post will include some evening and occasional weekend working. For more information and to apply, please view the full job description and application form or contact Sheila Lindsey on 01323 639 373 or at sheila.lindsey@3va.org.uk.

 

Deputy Youth Project Coordinator - Hailsham Town Council

Deadline for applications: 12 August 2016

Hailsham Town Council is inviting applications from qualified and experienced people for the position of Deputy Youth Project Coordinator. The successful candidate will deputise for the Youth Projects Coordinator in the general management, strategic planning and coordination of youth services and aid in the development of productive working relationships and partnerships. For more information and guidance on how to apply, please view the Deputy Youth Project Coordinator job advert

 

Support Worker x2 - Headway Hurstwood Park

Deadline for applications: 25 August 2016

Headway Hurstwood Park has positions available for 2 support workers, one based on outreach and one based in the day service. For more information and guidance on how to apply, please view the Support Worker job advert.

 

 

Advertising your Job Opportunities

We offer very competitive rates for helping you to advertise job vacancies and raise awareness of projects, events, training and other work. For a small fee, we will feature your job opportunity on our website, on Twitter and include it in the weekly e-Newsletter, which is sent to over 1,800 community and voluntary sector contacts in Eastbourne, Lewes District, Wealden and surrounding areas. The costs per job description advertised are as follows:

  • Member: £25
  • Non-member: £50

 

Advertising your Training Opportunities

We also offer the opportunity to promote training in the e-Newsletter and on Twitter. Paid adverts will appear via each medium three times over consecutive weeks or once per month for three months. Organisations wishing to place an advert can also do so for a potential fee as follows:

  • Member groups and non-member groups who offer free (or highly subsidised) training that is relevant to our membership can submit training opportunities for inclusion at no charge.
  • Member groups who offer training for a fee will incur a £25 fee per training opportunity for inclusion.
  • Non-member groups, companies, or individuals offering training for a fee will incur a £100 fee per training opportunity for inclusion.

 

For more information, please contact us at info@3va.org.uk  or on 01323 639 373.