Join Changing Lives Together

We are always pleased to hear from volunteers as well as candidates for jobs with us.

Please read our recruitment policy before applying.

 

For paid roles all applicants must download, complete and return the Application Form.  We do not score cv's.

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Current vacancies

Head of Finance/Finance Manager
Waterside House, Northwich

We are looking to recruit an adaptable Head of Finance/Finance Manager that is comfortable working within a challenging, fast-moving and multitasking environment.

 

Supporting the charity towards long term success and sustainability, you will build relationships with all departments and maintain professional standards with our external clients and suppliers.

As the Head of Finance/Finance Manager, you will be expected to control all aspects of the charities day to day finances including cash takings, bank reconciliations and debtor/creditor ledgers.

 

Community Transport Minibus Drivers
Waterside House, Northwich

Our drivers play a key role in the safe delivery operations of the Community Transport service. We transport some of the most vulnerable members of our community. You are not just a driver, you become a member of the passenger’s support team and as such must be empathetic, caring and patient with them.

 

Reporting to the Community Transport coordinator to provide a professional, safe, efficient, and reliable transport service for members of the public including vulnerable adults and/or vulnerable children and young people.  The driver/PA will work co-operatively with each other and all members of the team and clients.

Chief Executive

We are seeking someone who can truly inspire our people, and influence our direction by embracing our values and deliver Changing Lives Togethers strategy.

 

Our ideal candidate will be capable of making working with key influencers and connections across the voluntary, statutory and private sector, and be able to influence stakeholders, to maximise Changing Lives Togethers impact.

 

If you have the passion and enthusiasm to change lives together with the strategic acumen to allow our continued growth, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss with you in more detail.

 

We offer a fantastic, positive working environment, a flexible approach to working hours and are committed to ensuring our people’s health and wellbeing. Our new Chief Executive will be supported by our board of trustees and outstanding Senior Leadership Team.  

 

Interested candidates are encouraged to call Mike Jenkins, Chief Executive, for an informal discussion about the role. 

We are looking to recruit a Community Hub Operations Manager.

The Cheshire Food Hub was established as part of the “Feeding West Cheshire partnership”; a project set up to manage, coordinate and distribute food to those in need.  This is a response to reducing food poverty arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

The successful postholder will be an operational self-starter, enjoy working in a fast moving but rewarding environment and have the proven ability to work flexibly to meet the evolving needs of a project. You will be a strong leader, able to work effectively with a multi-disciplined team and have demonstrable skills in operations, logistics, partner liaison, warehouse, food management and community support.

Community Hub Operations Manager

Recruitment Policy

We recruit staff and volunteers the following basis:

  • We obey the law.

  • ​If a DBS check or a skill or qualification is needed (e.g. a driving licence or a degree) then it must be proven before starting work.

  • We welcome applications from everyone irrespective of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, faith and religion, disability and age.  Appointment will be based on merit alone.  For non-specialist roles we take the first person we can accommodate.

  • We have recruited people from responses to our adverts, job centres, government work schemes, the probation service, groups supporting under-represented identities, other charity referrals and walk in’s off the street.

  • We have a track record in recruiting disabled people, including wheelchair users.

  • We have a track record in recruiting people with accompanying carers.

  • We do not tolerate criminal behaviour in our premises.

  • If colleagues make mistakes, we will give training and guidance if and as appropriate.  All colleagues must adhere to their employment Terms and Conditions and our procedures.

 

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