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Key Projects Relationships Manager (Maternity Cover)

Oasis Community Housing, is a Christian charity responding to homelessness and disadvantage, working with people of all faiths and none, providing housing, employability support and other specialised services to develop life skills that will enable people to live successful independent lives.

This role is all about developing new and existing relationships with grant funding providers and stewarding the grant funding partner journey. You will be working in a team who are responsible for the delivery of our ambitious fundraising and business development strategy.

Developing and delivering innovative, comprehensive and convincing funding proposals that maximise engagement and interaction with grant funding partners, you will contribute to the team’s overall fundraising budget. To do this you will need to deliver a Grant Funding Strategy aimed at identifying, cultivating and stewarding grant funding support.

The person we are looking for: Someone who keeps in touch with funding opportunities via networks, connections, online tools and other funding resources. Someone who is great at seeing how grant funding priorities link to our own and maximising the opportunities for forming grant funding relationships. You will be great at writing about what we do to produce persuasive funding applications and presenting face to face if needed in a way that communicates our work with impact. You will love building relationships, identifying and seizing opportunities and able to communicate our amazing cause in a way that secures high value support from those who often get lots of requests. NVQ 3 or equivalent. Qualified to (or willingness to work towards) the Institute of Fundraising professional qualification MInstF(Cert) with full professional membership.

Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references, meeting essential criteria and Enhanced DBS (dependent on role).

To download an application pack, please see the links below. Alternatively please email recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org to request a pack.

For an informal chat contact mike.salt@oasiscommunityhousing.org

Please note CVs are not accepted.

 

Click here to download the job description

Click here to download the application form

Click here to download job application guidance

Click here to download our ethos and values

 

The closing date for applications is Friday 31st July and completed applications forms should be sent to recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org

Interviews will be held w/c 10th August.

 

Please note – we are unable to contact candidates who have not been shortlisted, if you do not hear from Oasis Community Housing within six weeks of the closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful.

 

Oasis Community Housing is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Registered charity no. 1107554

 

 

 

 

 

Fundraising & Communications Co-ordinator

Oasis Community Housing, is a Christian charity responding to homelessness and disadvantage, working with people of all faiths and none, providing housing, employability support and other specialised services to develop life skills that will enable people to live successful independent lives.

This role is about co-ordinating fundraising information and delivering internal and external communications to enable the Business Development Unit (BDU) to deliver Fundraising and Communications Strategies that will engage with new and existing supporters. We need to improve our fundraising and Gift Aid support from individuals by expanding our appeal and reach to new diverse online audiences. You will help us develop our Case for Support and story base to secure increasing numbers of supporters for our work and maximise the levels and frequency of the support we receive. From supporting the development our social media platforms, promoting our brand and website, communicating brand values and delivering fundraising and PR activity, this role is a dynamic and flexible one.

You will be the key point of contact for our fundraising with individuals and community organisations, including churches and schools, which means you will support the BDU in achieving our overall fundraising budget. This work is crucial to us in building the supporter base we need to enable our sustainability and growth.

The person we are looking for: Someone with hands on demonstrable experience of using a CRM system such as INFORM, Salesforce, RaisersEdge, Microsoft Dynamics etc. to co-ordinate and improve engagement to and from supporters. You will have working knowledge on Tax-Effective Giving, including Gift Aid and Payroll giving. You will be able to present a convincing case for one-off and regular support to potential donors. You will have proven experience of using a variety of social media channels to gain wider support for a charity or community cause. Preferably, you will also have worked for a charity, or worked in a fundraising team, in a marketing/communications role.

NVQ 3 or equivalent. Qualified to (or willingness to work towards) the Institute of Fundraising professional qualification MInstF(Cert) with full professional membership.

Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references, meeting essential criteria and Enhanced DBS (dependent on role).

To download an application pack, please see the links below or alternatively please email recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org to request a pack.

For an informal chat contact mike.salt@oasiscommunityhousing.org

Please note CVs are not accepted.

 

Click here to download the job description

Click here to download the application form

Click here to download job application guidance

Click here to download our ethos and values

 

The closing date for applications is Friday 31st July and completed applications forms should be sent to recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org

Interviews will be held w/c 10th August.

 

Please note – we are unable to contact candidates who have not been shortlisted, if you do not hear from Oasis Community Housing within six weeks of the closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful.

 

Oasis Community Housing is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Registered charity no. 11075

 

 

 

 

Corporate Relationships Manager

Oasis Community Housing, is a Christian charity responding to homelessness and disadvantage, working with people of all faiths and none, providing housing, employability support and other specialised services to develop life skills that will enable people to live successful independent lives.

This role is all about developing new and existing relationships with corporate partners and stewarding their partnership journey. Working as part of the Business Development Unit you would share responsibility for the delivery of our ambitious Fundraising Development Strategy. Using the Shared Value model, you would employ and develop fundraising tools and initiatives with a wide range of businesses of varied sizes and types to deliver partnerships that celebrate the involvement of business in our mission and that deliver the income and profile we need to sustain and deliver our services.

The person we are looking for: Someone who keeps in touch with funding opportunities via networks and connections. Someone who is great at seeing how corporate priorities link to our own and maximising the opportunities for forming partnerships. You will be great at writing about what we do for a corporate audience and presenting face to face in a way that communicates our work with impact. You will love building relationships, identifying and seizing opportunities and be able to communicate our amazing cause in a way that secures loyal support from those who often get lots of requests. NVQ 3 or equivalent. Qualified to (or willingness to work towards) the Institute of Fundraising professional qualification MInstF(Cert) with full professional membership.

Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references, meeting essential criteria and Enhanced DBS (dependent on role).

To download an application pack, please see the links below or alternatively please email recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org to request a pack.

For an informal chat contact mike.salt@oasiscommunityhousing.org

Please note CVs are not accepted.

 

Click here to download the Job Description

Click here to download an Application Form

Click here to download job application guidance

Click here to download our ethos and values

 

The closing date for applications is Friday 31st July and completed applications forms should be sent to recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org

Interviews will be held w/c 10th August.

 

Please note – we are unable to contact candidates who have not been shortlisted, if you do not hear from Oasis Community Housing within six weeks of the closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful.

Oasis Community Housing is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Registered charity no. 1107554

 

 

 

 

Aspire Coach

                       

About Us

Oasis Community Housing, is a Christian charity responding to homelessness and disadvantage, working with people of all faiths and none, providing housing, employability support and other specialised services to develop life skills that will enable people to live successful independent lives.

About the Role

The Aspire Coach will work as part of the Oasis Community Housing wider Employability team on a new programme funded by LA6. The programme will enable you to reach and engage with those who are who are a long way from the job market and face multiple barriers to access employment to help them positively challenge and overcome these barriers to achieve progression in their personal journey into employment and training.

The postholder will proactively work from our projects in Sunderland and Gateshead to develop and deliver a bespoke programme to meet the needs of the participants and provide  them with high quality support, guidance, mentoring and training. You will work 1:1 and in groups both remotely and face to face to enable engagement in the programme, and be responsible for supporting them through every stage of their journey creating a bespoke programme to help them positively challenge and overcome these barriers.

LA6 is funded by the European Social Fund offering programmes across Tyne & Wear and Gateshead MBC is the managing authority.

Project base: 2 days in Gateshead Aquila House, 2 days in Sunderland Basis Beds, 5th day as determined.

About you

You will be qualified to NVQ3 or equivalent with previous experience of working with people in a coaching/ mentoring /training in a paid or unpaid capacity. You will need experience of working in the employability field in communities, engaging workless participants and be aware of the impact on worklessness on people. You will need experience of developing and delivering employability advice/sessions/courses on a 1-1 or group basis and experience in recording participant progress/case records on data systems, in programme administration systems and using ICT. An understanding of the benefits system is essential. You will have a flexible approach to your work and be able to work independently and as part of a team.

Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references, meeting essential criteria and Enhanced DBS (dependent on role).

To download an application pack, please see the links below. Alternatively please email recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org to request a pack. Please note CVs are not accepted.

 

Click here to download the job description

Click here to download an application form

Click here to download job application guidance

Click here to download our ethos and values

 

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 14th July and completed applications forms should be sent to recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org

Interviews will be held on 22nd & 23rd July.

 

Please note – we are unable to contact candidates who have not been shortlisted, if you do not hear from Oasis Community Housing within six weeks of the closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful.

 

Oasis Community Housing is an Equal Opportunities Employer

Registered charity no. 1107554

 

Moving On Tyne and Wear Navigator (maternity cover)

       

About Moving on Tyne and Wear

Moving On Tyne & Wear (MOTW) is joint-funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and European Social Fund, and aims to support people with a range of complex needs across Tyne and Wear to move towards or into training and employment.

This project is led by Mental Health Concern (MHC) and supported by 10 partner organisations; including Oasis Community Housing.

About Us

Oasis Community Housing, is a Christian charity responding to homelessness and disadvantage, working with people of all faiths and none, providing housing, employability support and other specialised services to develop life skills that will enable people to live successful independent lives.

About the Role

The Navigator will work as part of the Oasis Community Housing wider Employability team and will manage a caseload of Moving on Tyne and Wear participants in Gateshead providing them with 1:1 support, helping them overcome health barriers to employment and training both remotely and face to face as appropriate.

The post holder will help participants to accept, adjust to and when able recover from physical and/or mental health conditions. They will be responsible for supporting them through every stage of their journey, addressing barriers to engagement and introducing activities to support progression into education and employment.

You will be qualified to NVQ3 or equivalent with previous experience of working with people in a coaching/ mentoring environment in a paid or unpaid capacity. You will need experience of working in the employability field in communities, engaging workless participants and be aware of the impact on worklessness on people. You will have experience in supporting people with health problems to access mainstream activities and resources which will help them to better manage their conditions and move towards or into employment and of recording their progress. An understanding of the benefits system is essential. You will have a flexible approach to your work and be able to work independently and as part of a team.

Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references, meeting essential criteria and Enhanced DBS (dependent on role).

To download an application pack, please see the links below. Alternatively please email recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org to request a pack. Please note CVs are not accepted.

 

Click here to download the job description

Click here to download an application form

Click here to download application form guidance

Click here to download our ethos and values

 

The closing date for applications is Tuesday 14th July and completed applications forms should be sent to recruitment@oasiscommunityhousing.org

Interviews will be held on 22nd & 23rd July.

 

Please note – we are unable to contact candidates who have not been shortlisted, if you do not hear from Oasis Community Housing within six weeks of the closing date, please assume you have been unsuccessful.

Oasis Community Housing is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Registered charity no. 1107554