Staff Vacancies

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Colleagues at a fundraising lunch at the House of Lords


I wanted to say that it has been a pleasure and an honour working for Surrey Care Trust.  Being part of an incredible organisation full of amazing people who make a difference to so many lives does sound like a cliché, however it is true –  Surrey Care Trust is well respected and well known for the brilliant work that it carries out and long may that continue.

Nicola – former Mentor Co-ordinator


ROLE TITLE: Advice, Information and Clerical Receptionist
LOCATION: Stanwell Family Centre, Hadrian’s Way, Stanwell, TW19 7HE
HOURS: 24 hours per week (Mon, Tues and Weds 9:00 – 17:00 and Thurs 13:00 – 16:00)
SALARY: £9.18 per hour
CLOSING DATE: 24 October 2019 INTERVIEW DATE: 31 October 2019

Family Centres are at the heart of Surrey County Councils Effective Family Resilience and Early Help Strategy. They play a central role in providing Early Help, in improving outcomes for all young children, and in reducing inequalities in outcomes between the most disadvantaged children and the rest.

Stanwell Family Centre, managed by Surrey Care Trust, is looking for an enthusiastic and committed person with excellent communication and administrative skills to join our hardworking and friendly team.

The successful candidate will play a key role in ensuring that all families wishing to use the centre are welcomed and are well-informed about the services available to them. You will provide support to the Family Centre team, undertaking a range of clerical and administrative duties that support the day to day operation of the centre.

We can offer a stimulating work environment, working as part of a friendly and supportive team with a range of personal development opportunities.

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and their families and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check and references.

For an initial, informal conversation about this role please contact Janette Breese, Family Centre Manager on 01784 241407.

For more information please read the job description and apply using the application form.


ROLE TITLE: Grant Making Trust (GMT) Fundraiser
LOCATION: Home-based
HOURS: 18 hours per week (flexible working available)
SALARY: £19,468 – £26,020 pro-rata (£9,734 – £13,010)
CLOSING DATE: 5:30pm, Friday8th November
INTERVIEW DATE: 18th November 2019

Surrey Care Trust is seeking a new Grant Making Trust (GMT) Fundraiser to join its small, home-based fundraising and marketing team.

The role includes making clear and succinct bids and applications to a range of identified GMTs, and maintaining and developing relationships with key individuals linked to GMTs (including Major Donors). Meeting agreed fundraising targets is key to enabling the Trust to help people to overcome the disadvantage of low skills, poor educational achievement, limited opportunities, and tough financial circumstances.

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with an interest in changing people’s lives and would be suitable for a recent graduate or someone with previous fundraising or writing experience who is looking for a new role with flexible working. Development and training opportunities, and exposure to a diverse range of fundraising activities will be offered to the successful candidate

For an initial, informal discussion about the role, contact Rachel Perez-Lofty on 07526 128044 or Rachel.Perez-Lofty@surreycaretrust.org.uk.

For more information please read the job description and apply using the application form.


Tutors

Surrey Care Trust is recruiting tutors to teach on our community-based adult learning courses at various locations across Surrey.

Our free courses are designed to encourage low-skilled adults to take up learning again in a friendly, informal environment and we want to widen the range of topics we offer for short, non-accredited courses.

Tutors will need to be teacher qualified, e.g. hold a Certificate in Education or similar, and be able to offer subjects which can be delivered in a fun, interactive style.

As an example, we currently offer introductory courses in first aid, confidence building and personal development, bike maintenance and a range of crafts.

If you are interested in working with us on a flexible, part-time basis, please send a current CV to our main office:

Surrey Care Trust
The Crescent
Heathside Crescent
Woking,
Surrey
GU22 7AG


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