Job Vacancy

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Cluster Support Worker

Base

Freedom Community Project Sheffield Area

Salary

£18,200 pro rata

Working Week

25 hours per week (days to be agreed)

Application Form

Available from the main office with Job Description call 01246 241457

Closing Date

30th March, 2018

Interview Date

5th April, 1028

Contract

This post is dependent on current funding. Whilst all efforts will be made to secure continuing funding, the Freedom Community Project can only guarantee the post until the set date.

Holiday Entitlement

28 days, plus all public Holidays pro rata

Leave Year

1st April – 31st March

Access/Disability

The Freedom Community Project‘s policy is to facilitate access for people with disabilities.
Other information:

  • Smoking is not permitted in any Freedom Community project buildings
  • Parking facilities vary according to location

Organisational Background

The Freedom Community Project provides support for people within the East Midlands and South Yorkshire We run a number of projects from our Centres aimed at providing practical support for those who are struggling. We also provide fun social activities for the community to encourage people and build self-esteem.
The Freedom Community Project‘s vision is for a society where people have the stability and confidence to steer clear of debt and make better choices, building stability both at work and at home.
The Freedom Community Project works with a range of partners and receives funding from a number of sources to offer the personal support and practical advice that enables people to make better choices and improve the quality of their lives.

Brief Description of Role

This is an interesting and varied role working within the Freedom Community Project, a Christian Organisation linked to the Sheffield Area. The work is varied and would suit someone with experience in the community/voluntary sector who has a passion for those disadvantaged in society. The main aim of the role is to co-ordinate the volunteers within this area to continue and develop our support services.
For a full job description and job application form please contact The Freedom Community Project Office on 01246 241457 or email the Operations Manager