29½ hrs per week (Monday to Friday) to meet organisation needs – £11,505 per annum – Holiday 20 days per annum – Employment subject to two references and Enhanced DBS Check
How do you put this job into words? Possibly like this – scrabble, personal pampering, lunches out, bowling, laundry, laughter, serving meals, art, craft, sewing, playing pool, hoists, computers, shopping, toilets, boccia, karaoke, dancing, gardening, swimming, eating and drinking, card making, out and about in Norfolk and Suffolk, model railways, cooking and more!
37½ hrs per week (Mon, Wed to Fri 9.30am to 5.30pm. Tues 8.30am to 4.30pm) – £14,625 per annum – Holiday 20 days per annum – Employment subject to two references and Enhanced DBS Check
How do you put this job into words? Possibly like this – people, telephones, computers, interruptions, money, people, spreadsheets, filing, banking, people, minutes, letters, incoming mail to log and organise, telephones, emails, snail mail, interruptions, ordering people and telephones, social media, confidentiality, laughter, sensible, fun, more interruptions, pens, paper, rulers, staplers and so on!
Are you rounded and grounded, have a zest for life, relish random and different and enjoy working as part of team then you might be the person we are looking for.
Intrigued by what you have read?
Call Julie on 01493 852573 and book your place at our informal group chat on either Thursday, 1st June for the Assistant Facilitator post or Friday 2nd June for the Receptionist/Administration post at 10.30am or 2.30pm so you can see what we are all about! Full job profiles, person specifications and application form will be available to download on Friday, 1st June.
Staff employed at Centre 81 are chosen because it is considered that they have the capacity and ability to add value to the organisation and to the lives of those we support. Whether we are seeking full or part-time staff the process is very similar.
Those interested are invited to meet with Centre 81 members and managers on a first come first serve basis for an informal and relaxed ‘interview’. This provides the opportunity for people to understand a little more about us and the work we do. Questions can be asked and those participating will then have the opportunity to collect an application form, job profile and person specification. This is also the opportunity for people to realise this may not be the job for them and for others to recognise that they would prefer to volunteer their time with us in the first instances in order to apply for a future post when they have more experience.
Completed application forms are short-listed against the person specification and those successful are invited to a formal interview.