October 2008 - News

Job: Refugee New Arrivals Project Worker

Temporary, Part-time Project Worker

14–21 hours per week(negotiable) over 3 – 4 months.

£21,937 – £25,940 pro rata

Closing date: Thursday 13th November

Job: Youth Worker

Ellesmere Youth Project requires a Part-time Youth Worker. 12 hours per week at £7.50 per hour.

Closing date 14th NOVEMBER 2008

Ellesmere Youth Project AGM

Saturday 15th November 2008 at the Vestry Hall.

Food and refreshments will be provided


We are inviting you to our 3rd Annual General Meeting on Monday, 10th November 2008 at SYAC (South Yorkshire African Caribbean Training and Enterprise centre).

Fit At Fifty Activity Club

Fun and games each week at Verdon Recreation Centre, all abilities welcome. Activities include, Crafts, Games, Dance, Indoor bowls, plus lots more.

Job: Administrator

Burngreave New Deal for Communities are looking to recruit an office administrator to provide day to day support to Managers.

  • Salary range: £14,053 to £16,096

  • 37 hours per week

  • Closing date: 13 November 2008- 12 noon

Job: Community Learning Worker

Based at Pye Bank CE Primary School, Andover Street.

  • Salary: £18,907 – 20,736 (pro rata & pay award pending)Scale 5 points 22 to 25

  • Hours: 37 hours for 39 weeks

  • Closing date: Weds 12th November 2008

Parkwood - Academy vote result

The outcome of the vote on Parkwood School becoming an Academy has been announced.

Job: Admin & Development Worker

Shebeen is looking to appoint an Admin and Development Worker.

  • Salary: £14,328

  • 16 hrs pro rata

  • Closing date: 31/10/08

Half Term Programme of Activities

October 2008 diary of activities for young people during half term.

Job: Book-keeper/ Administrator

SAGE Greenfingers Horticultural Therapy Project is looking for a friendly, organised and experienced administrator to support their small team.

  • Salary: £17,400 p.a. pro rata

  • Hours: 11 hrs per week.

  • Closing date: Monday 3rd November 2008

Job: Full-time Qualified Early Years Practitioner

BWRC Watoto Pre-School are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and dynamic person to take up this exciting post in our busy nursery.

  • Salary £12,300

  • Full-time

  • Closing date: Thursday, 30th October 2008

Art in Nottingham Cliff Park

In the Nottingham cliff rec art work was commissioned for positive messages and memorials.

Academic debate

Joint area panel meeting debates Parkwood School’s bid to become an Academy, arranged to coincide with the ballot of parents of pupils at Parkwood School and its 3 feeder schools, which closes on 22nd October 2008.

Job: Tinsley Forum Youth Development Worker

We are looking for a person with enthusiasm, professionalism and good interpersonal skills to take on the role of Youth Development Worker for Tinsley Forum Youth Project.

  • Salary: Scale: SC5 PT22-25 £18,907-£20,736

  • 35 hours a week – fixed term contract: October 2008 – March 2009

  • Closing Date: 12:00pm, Friday 10th October 2008

Transition Sheffield 3x3 Film Festival 2008

Three evenings of film and discussion about a better life beyond oil at the Vestry Hall on Tues 14th Oct, Weds 29th Oct and Mon 17th Nov.

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