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Events & Community Coordinator

Location: Smithy Wood, Sheffield, S35 1QN
Reporting to: Julie Booth – Head of Fundraising and Communications
Hours of work: 37.5 hours per week (may consider 30 hours per week)
Benefits: Workplace Pension, Westfield Health enrolment
Salary: £28,000 per annum (full time) (30 hours pro rata £22,400)
Probationary Period: Six months
Annual Leave: 25 days plus Bank Holidays

We are seeking a motivated and passionate individual, with a flexible attitude and approach to join Paces as our Events and Community Coordinator, to raise funds from a range of sources within the local community and to lead on planning events.

Ideally, you will have worked in event management before and be confident in identifying and building successful partnerships with a range of supporters.  The main responsibilities will include managing and promoting the current calendar of events, whilst working to achieve targeted fundraising income by planning and delivering new events (80%), and secondly to generate income from the local community (20%).

The postholder will be required to work with individual fundraisers, as well as organising large scale events. This will include maintaining relationships with supporters, external partners, acting as the first point of contact for event activity and providing friendly advice and excellent administration for all event fundraising activity.

You will also work closely with the Community Engagement Coordinator to engage and inspire our local community to support Paces. This will include setting up and managing community groups, helping people to achieve their fundraising ambitions, helping to raise awareness of Paces and helping supporters to plan their own fundraising events to inspire them to eventually lead their own events.

You will be an intrinsic part of the Paces Fundraising Team who will work closely with the Head of Fundraising and Communications and Corporate Partnerships Manager. You will also be responsible for developing and managing a bank of volunteers who can support Paces at events. This is a wonderful and unique opportunity to join our charity at a hugely exciting time in our development.

Interested?

For further information with regards to the role, please email Julie Booth (Head of Fundraising and Communications) at julie.booth@pacessheffield.org.uk or call 07497145105.

Please email completed applications to: info@pacessheffield.org.uk

  • Deadline for applications: 5pm on Thursday 9 June 2022
  • Interviews to be held: Monday 20 June 2022

Paces is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and adults. This post is subject to a standard disclosure application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Community Engagement Coordinator

Location: Smithy Wood, Sheffield, S35 1QN
Reporting to: Julie Booth – Head of Fundraising
Hours of work: 3 days per week
Salary: £24,000 (pro rata £14,400)
Benefits: Workplace Pension, Westfield Health enrolment
Probation period: Six months
Annual Leave: 25 days plus Bank Holidays (pro rata)

We are seeking a motivated and passionate individual, with a flexible attitude and approach to join Paces as our Community Engagement Officer, to raise funds from a range of sources within the local community.

The role will involve engaging and inspiring our local community to support Paces, which will include setting up and managing community groups, helping people to achieve their fundraising ambitions, assisting people with their own fundraising events while helping to raise awareness of Paces so that we can support even more families.

You will be an intrinsic part of the Paces Fundraising Team who will work closely with the Head of Fundraising and Communications, Corporate Partnerships Manager and Community and Events Coordinator. You will also be responsible for developing and managing a bank of volunteers who can support the work which we do at Paces. This is a wonderful and unique opportunity to join the Charity at a hugely exciting time in our development.

Interested?

For further information with regards to the role, please email Julie Booth (Head of Fundraising and Communications) at julie.booth@pacessheffield.org.uk or call 07497145105.

Please email completed applications to: info@pacessheffield.org.uk

  • Deadline for applications: 5pm on Thursday 9 June 2022
  • Interviews to be held: Tuesday 21 June 2022

Paces is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and adults. This post is subject to a standard disclosure application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Conductor and/or Teacher

  • Salary: £24,933 – £35,840; with potential for further responsibility allowances

Paces School for Conductive Education is seeking to appoint a committed and inspirational individual to take on the role of Teacher &/or Conductor with or without QTS.

Paces Sheffield is a specialist centre and charity for children and adults with neurological motor disorders, for example, cerebral palsy. Paces delivers programmes of support that aim to help individuals obtain the greatest level of independence through a range of supportive measures.

Paces School uses Conductive Education and provides a holistic educational approach which covers all of the main developmental domains. School programmes are embedded through the Conductive Education framework to improve the lives of children and young people and enable them to use the skills learned to live as independently as possible.

Paces currently has six classes, with pupils aged from 3-18. The school is growing at a rapid rate and so the appointed person will need to be able to adapt to a changing environment and handle pressure well as a valued member of a supportive team.

If you are interested in this role, please download the job description and email for an application pack:
ruth.liu@paces-school.org.uk

The closing date for applications is Sunday 31 July.

Paces School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Cleaner at Paces School

  • Salary: £9.90 per hour
  • Hours of work: 3pm – 6pm, Monday to Friday, Term time only

Paces School for Conductive Education is seeking to appoint a committed individual to take on the role of Cleaner.

Paces is a specialist centre and charity for children and adults with neurological conditions. We deliver programmes of support that aim to help individuals obtain the greatest level of independence through a range of supportive measures.

If you are interested in this role, please download the job description and application form and then email to info@pacessheffield.org.uk

The closing date is Friday 3 June 2022 at 5pm. 

Paces School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Adult Services Conductor

  • £23,500 – £30,500 depending on experience
  • Full-time provision contract over 52 weeks of the year.

Paces Adult Services is seeking to appoint a committed and inspirational Conductive Education Conductor.

Paces Sheffield is a specialist centre and charity for children and adults with neurological conditions. Paces delivers programmes of support that aim to help individuals obtain the greatest level of independence through a range of supportive measures.

Paces Adult Provision uses Conductive Education and provides a holistic approach to physical wellbeing and development. Our programmes are embedded through the Conductive Education framework to improve the lives of adults and to enable them to use the skills learned to live as independent a life as possible.

Paces Adult Services has recently moved to new premises and we are seeking to grow both our day service and sessional provision. The appointed person will work across both services.

Paces Adult Day Service supports young adults to continue life-long learning at Paces. Programmes assist young people to live as independently as possible.

Paces Sessional Conductive Education Programme supports adults with Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy and people who have experienced a stroke.

The appointed person will need to be able to adapt to a changing environment and handle pressure well.

If you are interested, please:

This is an open advertisement with no closing date; however, we are seeking to appoint as soon as possible, so request you apply at your earliest convenience. Interview dates to be arranged after successful shortlisting.