Job: Finance and Development Worker

NJC Scale 5 pt 22-25, starting at £18,907

Full-time, 35 hours per week

Furnival Burngreave Community Projects (FBCP) is a charity based in The Furnival, a converted pub—now a community building—located in the Woodside neighbourhood of Burngreave. We run the Cellar Space, an established project that provides a safe space for young people who are at risk of exclusion from mainstream education, and a range of health and wellbeing projects, such as healthy-eating classes, stress solutions sessions, a community café, and the Burngreave Women’s Health Network.

The main responsibilities of the job are managing the charity’s finances and payroll, supporting existing health and wellbeing projects and developing new ones, fundraising, and providing some supervision for other staff.

To request an application pack or for more information please contact Robin on either 0114 272 7497 or The pack can also be downloaded from our website:

Deadline for applications:

Thursday 25 September 2008, 4pm.

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