Career Opportunities

Current vacancies at Caring in Bristol

Corporate and Community Partnerships Coordinator

Contract: Permanent

Salary: £25,000 – £27,000 subject to current job evaluation process scheduled for completion in late Summer

Working Hours: 37.5 per week

Leave: 33 days (inclusive of bank holidays)

Responsible to: Head of Income Generation

Location: Home and flexible working/ St Pauls, Bristol

We offer: Flexible working; 5% workplace pension

Closing date: 20/05/21

Interview date: 27/05/21

As our Corporate and Community Partnerships Coordinator you will secure long-term, mutually beneficial income from the corporate sector and from community organisations within the city, across a range of disciplines and formats, including their Charity of the Year, cause-related marketing and sponsorship.  You will develop and secure new partnerships with Bristol’s businesses as well as nurture and account manage existing partnerships.

Corporate and Community Partnerships Coordinator Job Description

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Project Manager: Cheers Drive

Contract: Permanent

Working hours: 37.5 hours per week (fewer hours will be considered, minimum of 30 hours per week)

Salary: £26,000 – £32,000 subject to current job evaluation process scheduled for completion in late Summer

Leave: 33 days per annum (inclusive of bank holidays)

Responsible to: Head of Operations

Location: St Pauls, Bristol

Conditions: Enhanced DBS required

We offer: Flexible working; 5% workplace pension

Closing date: 24/05/21

Interview date: 01/06/21

The Cheers Drive Project manager will oversee the delivery and development of our innovative Cheers Drive food provision project.

Cheers Drive is currently supporting around 200 people experiencing homelessness in Bristol with prepared meals and food parcels. This service was set up in response to the COVID pandemic and is expected to continue in its current format until July 2021.

Caring in Bristol is committed to continuing and refocusing the work of Cheers Drive to create a long-term sustainable service that supports people experiencing homelessness to move away from crisis and towards independence under the working title of ‘A Longer Table.’ We’re looking for a Project Manager to drive this work forward, building on existing learning and partnerships to get a new service up and running.

Cheers Drive Project Manager Job Description

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Caring at Christmas Project Manager

Contract: Permanent, working 8-10 months out of 12 on a rolling contract (to be negotiated)

Working hours: 30 per week (flexible/appropriate to effectively delivering the project)

Working over Christmas: Caring in Bristol has a flexible working policy; you will be required to work additional hours during the project delivery period, including weekends, bank holidays and some evenings; you will be able and encouraged to recover those hours in January.

Salary: £26,000 – £32,000 subject to current job evaluation process scheduled for completion in late Summer

Leave: 33 days per annum (pro rata, inclusive of bank holidays)

Responsible to: Head of Operations

Location: St Pauls, Bristol

Conditions: Enhanced DBS required

We offer: Flexible working; 5% workplace pension

Closing date: 17/05/21

Interview date: 03/06/21

An opportunity to lead the delivery and development of our flagship Caring at Christmas project. Caring at Christmas is an amazing community response to homelessness at a particularly difficult time of year; mobilising hundreds of volunteers and supporters and working with partners from all over the city. The project is funded entirely by donations from the public and small grants.

Caring at Christmas Project Manager Job Description

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The Bristol Homelessness Prevention Partnership: Project Manager

Salary Scale: £26,000 – £32,000 subject to current job evaluation process scheduled for completion in late Summer

Position: Full time (flexible working)

Leave: 33 days per annum (inclusive of bank holidays)

Conditions: Enhanced DBS required; all staff have responsibilities for the protection of children and young people and work to Caring in Bristol’s Policy for Protecting Children and Young People

Responsible to: Head of Operations

Closing date: 17/05/21

Interview date: 24/05/21

The Bristol Homelessness Prevention Project (BHPP) is a new joint project by homelessness charity, Caring in Bristol (CiB) and housing advice agency, CHAS Bristol (CHAS). Both organisations are proudly Bristolian and share a dedication to tackling the problems the city faces around homelessness. The BHPP brings together unique expertise from each and a wealth of combined experience working in the city.

As the Project Manager, you will be instrumental in setting-up and leading this important new partnership, working closely with staff at both CiB and CHAS, and with partner organisations in the city.

Prevention Project Manager Job Description

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The Bristol Homelessness Prevention Partnership: Youth Outreach Worker   

Salary Scale: £23,000 – £27,000 subject to current job evaluation process scheduled for completion in late Summer

Position: Full time (flexible working)

Leave: 33 days per annum (pro rata, inclusive of bank holidays)

Conditions: Enhanced DBS required; all staff have responsibilities for the protection of children and young people and work to Caring in Bristol’s Policy for Protecting Children and Young People

Responsible to: Prevention Project Manager

Closing date: 17/05/21

Interview date: 21/05/21

The Bristol Homelessness Prevention Project (BHPP) is a new joint project by homelessness charity, Caring in Bristol and housing advice agency, CHAS Bristol (CHAS). Both organisations are proudly Bristolian and share a dedication to tackling the problems the city faces around homelessness. The BHPP brings together unique expertise from each and a wealth of combined experience working in the city.

We intend to reach key regions and groups in the city who would not otherwise access support. Young people and economically deprived wards of Bristol are a particular priority.

As the Youth Outreach Worker, you will be instrumental in helping to set-up and contribute to this important new partnership, working closely with staff at both Caring in Bristol and CHAS, and with partner organisations in the city.

Prevention-Youth-Outreach-Worker-Job-Description

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We are committed to increasing diversity of staff within Caring in Bristol and within the Charity Sector as a whole. We especially welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness. Black, Asian and ethnic minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply for these roles. We welcome applications from everyone who meets the requirements of the Person Specifications. We encourage applications from all gender identities and sexual orientations; we are committed to equal opportunity, equal treatment and respect for every individual. If you have special access requirements, please do let us know.

We offer, and value, flexible working. As a charity we are proud to be committed to mental health awareness and to actively supporting the wellbeing of the team.

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