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Volunteer

SeetecAshford, Kent, Wicklow

Job Role At Interventions Alliance our Interventions Support Volunteers play a key role by supporting staff to deliver positive impact through projects that address a range of needs of the participants we work with (predominantly men over the age of 18 years). Our Volunteers help minimise a person’s risk of reoffending and support them on their journey of creating healthier relationships by assisting them to access vital services and engage with their local community, equipping them with the skills they need to succeed and create an overall positive lifestyle change. Intervention Support Volunteers act as positive role models and offer personalised one-to-one practical and emotional support to participants who are undergoing a Behaviour Change Intervention relating to Domestic Abuse or Compulsive and Obsessive Behaviour. Participants undergo the support on voluntary basis or under police supervision. Our participants are matched with volunteers based on their geographical location (for in person cases), risk factors and support needs . This is a rewarding role, with many positive outcomes for the participants you will be matched with. In return for your volunteering efforts we offer specialised training, paid expenses, and high level of support and supervision from a Volunteer Coordinator. Additionally, you will also gain insight into the Criminal Justice Sector and an opportunity to engage with and shadow industry professionals. We ask for a minimum of a 1-year commitment following completion of vetting and training and a minimum of 3 hours of volunteering per week during office hours. Our volunteers must understand the need for reliability, punctuality and have good communication skills. The post is subject to enhanced DBS clearance. Location: We have vacancies in East of England/South West/North West/Surrey/Thames Valley Interested? There’s an easy to apply route below to upload your CV! If you need any further information, talk to our experienced Internal Recruitment Team on 01702 208282. Interventions Alliance has achieved the Investing in Volunteers UK Quality Award (IiV) the UK’s quality standard for excellence in volunteer management as the justice and social care division of the Seetec Group. The prestigious accolade recognises the management, support and professionalism of the systems and structures that assist volunteers across a particular organisation. Key Responsibilities Additional Information INTERVENTIONS ALLIANCE is the Justice and Social Care division of Seetec, delivering tailored support to participants across a range of contracts, including as CFO Activity Hubs, Education, Training and Employment (ETE), Accommodation, Personal Wellbeing and Approved Premises. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future, regardless their past choices or the challenges they face. We are committed to combining our knowledge, skills and talents across the justice and social care sectors to deliver services and interventions that overcome the barriers that hold people back from living more fulfilled lives. Ultimately, our aim is to equip individuals with the necessary skills needed to desist from offending, successfully reintegrate into to their local communities and address barriers to work. Interventions Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share and uphold this commitment in conjunction with the requirements of the Prevent Duty and the positive promotion of modern British values. You will be required to process a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Seetec - Interventions Alliance support the recruitment of ex- offenders and will not discriminate in anyway. Our full policy statement of “Ex-Offenders” can be found on our website under” About us” Interventions Alliance is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

21 hours agoVolunteer

Volunteer Coordinator

SeetecUnited Kingdom£23,088 - £24,801 per year

Job Role Join our team as a Volunteer Coordinator. You'll be in charge of recruiting, overseeing, and training a group of volunteers who will assist in providing interventions to individuals transitioning out of prison and those serving community sentences. It will be your responsibility to make sure that all volunteers are properly trained to provide support to our participants in various areas of the criminal justice system. The ideal candidate will have prior experience in leading volunteer teams through training sessions and possessing excellent administrative abilities. We acknowledge that not all candidates will possess every qualification, hence we are in search of a proficient leader who can effectively engage with a diverse group of individuals from various backgrounds. This presents a fulfilling chance for you to utilise your skills in influencing, supporting, and motivating others to maximize their potential and create a better future. In return for your dedication, knowledge, and commitment, we offer a competitive salary of £23,088 - £24,801 per annum (dependent on experience) with these great benefits: 25 days annual leave + Bank Holidays + Birthday Day off (with the opportunity to buy an additional 5 days) 2 Volunteer Days Pension - 5% Employee 5% Employer Healthcare Cash Plan, incl. 3 x salary life assurance Annual salary review Refer a friend scheme Free access to Benefit Hub - an online portal with access to a wide range of retail discounts, cycle to work scheme, and additional voluntary benefits Interested? There’s an easy to apply route below to upload your CV! If you need any further information, talk to our experienced Internal Recruitment Team on 01702 595200. Interventions Alliance is part of an employee-owned organisation, and we continually pride ourselves on our sense of community, both in the incredible work we do throughout UK and Ireland, and internally with our employee owners. People are at the front, centre and heart of every service we provide and each decision we make. What it means to be employee-owned. What our people say. Location : Remote working, managing cases across South West. Hours: Full time, 37 hours per week (Mon-Fri) Contract: Permanent Closing Date: 25 July 2024 Key Responsibilities Additional Information INTERVENTIONS ALLIANCE is the Justice and Social Care division of Seetec, delivering tailored support to participants across a range of contracts, including as CFO Activity Hubs, Education, Training and Employment (ETE), Accommodation, Personal Wellbeing and Approved Premises. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to build a better future, regardless their past choices or the challenges they face. We are committed to combining our knowledge, skills and talents across the justice and social care sectors to deliver services and interventions that overcome the barriers that hold people back from living more fulfilled lives. Ultimately, our aim is to equip individuals with the necessary skills needed to desist from offending, successfully reintegrate into to their local communities and address barriers to work. Interventions Alliance is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share and uphold this commitment in conjunction with the requirements of the Prevent Duty and the positive promotion of modern British values. You will be required to process a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Seetec - Interventions Alliance support the recruitment of ex- offenders and will not discriminate in anyway. Our full policy statement of “Ex-Offenders” can be found on our website under” About us” Interventions Alliance is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

21 hours agoFull-timePermanent

Volunteer Coordinator

Central Mission5 Glengall Street, Belfast, AntrimPT30 (£30,188.34 FTE - £16.587pa)

Volunteer Coordinator Location: Grosvenor House, 5 Glengall Street, Belfast Salary: PT30 (£30,188.34 FTE - £16.587pa) Contract: Permanent Work hours: 21 hours per week ​​​​​​​ Belfast Central Mission (BCM) is an award-winning leading charity with social care projects and social enterprises across Northern Ireland. With over 300 staff and volunteers the People team provide valuable leadership and support to enable the delivery of high-quality care to support people at their point of need. Volunteers are integral to our services and help contribute to our service user and residents experience and add value to service provision. Your new role  The Volunteer Co-ordinator will oversee the recruitment, training, placement, and retention of volunteers within BCM. As part of the role they will develop and manage the volunteer programmes, ensuring that volunteers are effectively integrated into BCM’s operations. What we can offer you Understanding of volunteering in the charitable sector. Please see attached job description and specification for further details We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role.

1 day agoPermanentVolunteer

AONB And Geopark Volunteer Outreach Officer

Newry, Mourne & Down District CouncilCrossmaglen, ArmaghSO1 SCP 25-27, £33,945 - £35,745 per annum

**Please read the recruitment pack before completing your application** Job Summary Working across the Mourne Gullion Strangford Global Geopark and Strangford and Lecale AONB the postholder will be responsible for successfully developing and delivering a volunteer programme with key partners in line with several funded projects and Council initiatives. This role will fulfil the requirements and have overall responsibility of volunteer and in-kind match funding detailed within the environment fund application. The AONB and Geopark Volunteer and Outreach Officer will promote the AONB and Geopark vision and be responsible for the achievement of volunteering targets within the AONB and Geopark. The postholder will promote awareness, understanding and instil pride in the communities around the AONB and Geopark and be an active contributor to the relevant management groups and partnerships. The postholder will work with local communities, key stakeholders and local authorities across the AONB and Geopark, developing volunteering capacity, building and maintaining community and stakeholder relationships, and help people contribute to our heritage’s healthy future through active volunteer participation. Hours of work  36 hours per week. The post holder must be prepared to work outside normal office hours, including evenings, weekends, and Public and extra Statutory Holidays for which the appropriate payment will be made or time in lieu granted if relevant. Duration of Appointment  Temporary until 31 March 2028. Work Pattern Flexi 36 hours Monday to Friday. Hours of work are kept under review and may change in order to meet operational requirements, providing requisite notice. Location  Location is Crossmaglen Community Centre or Downpatrick. Whilst the current vacant post is based in Crossmaglen Community Centre or Downpatrick, suitable candidates who are placed on a reserve list may be offered a similar post in other Council locations. The post holder may be required to transfer to other locations in accordance with any requirements stated in the Job Description, any reviews of service delivery or other requirements as may arise from time to time. Any amendments made to work location will be implemented following appropriate consultation and provision of reasonable notice. Salary  ​​​​​​​SO1 SCP 25-27, currently £33,945 - £35,745 per annum based on a 36 hour week (pro rata to hours worked).

7 days agoVolunteer
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