CCVS are recruiting! - 11/09/2023
This new, exciting, and varied role will assist our close-knit staff team with the delivery of the charity's core work.
Job title: Communications & Development Worker
Contract: One-year fixed term contract. (With possible extension depending on funding)
Hours of Work: 30 - 35 hours per week to be worked flexibly to suit the applicant.
Job sharing: We are accepting applications from pairs of people who would like to apply for a job share. Each of you will have to complete your own application form. There is a place on the application form to name the other person you are applying with.
Salary: £25,791 - £28,657 (pro rata)
Location: CCVS office 16-18 Arbury Court, Cambridge, CB4 2JQ with flexibility to regularly work from home, or be home-based, depending on the post-holder’s preference. We expect some occasional travel to the office and around Cambridgeshire.
Key dates: Deadline for applications is midday, Monday 2nd October 2023. Interviews will be held online via zoom or teams during the week commencing 16th October.
About this role
This role is perfect for someone who is keen to work in a supportive environment to develop communication and digital skills, and who would like to gain experience of working within a small charity.
The post holder will be joining CCVS at a very exciting time, as we embark on new projects including the commissioning of a new CCVS website and an online volunteer portal, as well as the expansion of our work in Fenland delivered as part of the Support Cambridgeshire partnership.
They will be working closely with other team members, especially the Communications Officer and Senior Development Officer, whilst being line-managed by the Deputy CEO. They will, with ongoing support and training, be expected to help with the creation of engaging digital communications, and the delivery of networks, training, and events. The post holder will also be involved with the delivery of operational projects, such as inputting information into our new database and helping to update related processes for the team.
We are looking for someone who shares our enthusiasm for charities and community groups and the work they do, and is conscientious, passionate, positive, and ready to learn.
CCVS is an equal opportunities employer.
If you are a person with a disability (as defined by the Equality Act 2010) or from a minoritised group and you meet our minimum criteria, you will be shortlisted for interview. This is because the CCVS team has an underrepresentation of people from these groups.
We acknowledge that many social groups and identities are under-represented in our team, and we’re committed to changing this. We are particularly keen to receive applications from people of colour, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTQIA+, and people from other marginalised groups.
Our recruitment approach aims to make the opportunity as accessible as possible and ensure a diverse range of people are able to demonstrate their potential. We know that there is more that we can do to make this recruitment process more accessible, particularly if you have experienced exclusion, disadvantage, or discrimination, or if you have specific accessibility needs.
We would be happy to provide any further support that you may require - please get in touch so that we can work together to provide that.
In addition, if you would like an informal conversation about this post, we would love to hear from you, especially if you are not quite sure if you meet all the criteria set out in the person specification.
Please contact us at email@example.com or on 07935 649805.
You can also use these contact details if you have any questions about the recruitment process.
How can you apply?
Please read through the job description and personal specification, getting in touch with us if you have any questions.
To apply please return a completed application and equality and diversity monitoring form to firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you!