We have the following vacancies at the community centre:
About the role
The job is primarily for supporting the Operations Manager in maintaining the Arc building so that it is in a condition fit for purpose and carrying out practical tasks to keep the operation running smoothly. You are expected to work 5 hours per week, plus flexi hours when required.
- Open and lock-up the building when required, this may require moving furniture, and setting up rooms for hirers.
- Pick up/receive delivery
- Carry out routine maintenance/repair/checks
- Maintain garden, including cutting grass when required
- Cover for cleaning when necessary
- Showing hirers how to work devices and appliance in the building
- Proficient in DIY
- Able to respond to calls promptly
- Flexible in working pattern/hours
It will be an advantage if you live close to The Arc.
You will need evidence of a right to work in the UK. Due to the nature of the work at the Arc, we will also require a DBS check for you to be in the building with vulnerable adults and children.
£9 per hour, which is excess of the minimal wage for 23+
How to apply
Please download the caretake job description and application form, then send your completed application form to email@example.com. The closing date for applications is Friday 8th October.
The Grange Park Centre is registered as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) registered with the Charities Commission (1157806), and as such the Trustees help steer the charity towards its goals.
Following the completion of the construction of the centre in October 2019, we opened our doors in January 2020 to then be closed by the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020.
Having weathered the lockdowns, and appointed a new Operations Manager, we are now looking for new trustees to join the Grange Park Centre charity to help into the next phase. It’s an exciting time after waiting for many years to be finally open then reopen after lockdowns to reopen the doors to The Arc!
Trustees are an essential part to running the charity, each bring different skillsets whether financial, management, education, fund raising, technology or practical skills. We are looking for individuals who can bring these skills to the team to help oversee the building and deliver a number of projects into the community over the next 2-3 years.
We are looking for 2-3 Trustees to help steer the charity in the next phase. You will be required to attend Trustee meetings (2hrs) every month. You’ll be responsible for helping make decisions for the use of the building, guiding the policies and helping ensure the centre engages with the local community and keeping an overview of the financial decisions.
The Charities Commission have produced a helpful guidance document detailing the key duties of all trustees of charities in England and Wales, and what trustees need to do to carry out these duties competently.
If you’re interested in working as part of a team to help make an impact into the community, then please download the expression of interest form then email us and we will be in touch to arrange a convenient time to talk about the role in more detail.