Current job vacancies at Amber Valley CVS

Posted February 9th 2024 – We are recruiting now for Gardeners in Amber Valley – click here to download the advert, call 01773 512076 or email for an application pack
Posted January 29th 2024 – We are recruiting now for Cleaners in Amber Valley – click here to download the advert, call 01773 512076 or email for an application pack  
Amber Valley CVS – join our team of Social Prescribers for ARCH About Us: At Amber Valley CVS, we believe in the power of social prescribing to enhance lives. We’re looking for a dynamic, compassionate individual to add to our team. Our non-medical link workers focus on what  matters most to individuals, taking a holistic approach to improve health outcomes and connecting individuals to available services and support organisations. This role is subject to a DBS check. If you’re ready to deliver a transformative approach to healthcare, we want to hear from you. Join us on this journey to empower individuals and create healthier, happier communities. Candidates can call for further information about how this role is delivered locally. Salary per annum £26,868.06 + pension / £13.97 per hour.Hours of work up to 37 hours per week, with occasional evening work required Holidays 6wks, pro rata + bank holidays. Based in Ripley, working in areas of Amber Valley. Contract length: 12 months Please telephone 01773 512076 / email for application pack or download these documents: Social_prescriber_Job_description Application form for email – 2021 Social Prescribing Leaflet generalDec2022 Equality and Diversity Monitoring form OCT 2013 WhatisaCVSUpdated03_23 Closing date: 9.00 am 05 January 2024. Interview date: w/c 26 January 2024 Recruiting NOW for voluntary positions on Amber Valley CVS Board for the year 2022-23. Management skills needed, representation from local organisations also in need. email for further details or call 01773 512076 Community Connector Project Worker – vacancy filled Recruiting to the ARCH Social Prescribing team for  an individual to work with Children & Young People – vacancy filled And also , a vacancy has arisen for an ARCH Social Prescriber , working with adults. -vacancy filled

External job vacancies

Derbyshire Wildlife Trust – Nature Recovery Traineeship. The successful applicant will gain:
  • Knowledge and experience in delivering and designing nature based solutions that deliver for nature and other natural capitals: we want to see landscape scale changes to address the issues that society faces including biodiversity loss, carbon sequestration and storage, and reducing the risk and impact of flooding.
  • Experience of ecological surveys, long term monitoring schemes, preparation of ecological reports and ecological advice.
  • Opportunities to work in an innovative, multifaceted organisation, taking the next step in your career and building on existing knowledge and experience.
The role is offered at 37 hours per week. The full-time equivalent salary for this role £21,000 per annum. If you want to find out more about this opportunity, please visit Erewash Voluntary Action CVS Ltd (EVA) is looking for a new Chief Officer Are you ready for an exciting new opportunity to make a genuine difference to people’s lives?  Erewash Voluntary Action (EVA) invites a visionary and strategic individual to lead engagement and change as our Chief Executive. Who We’re Looking For:We are seeking someone with a deep understanding of the VCSE sector, senior-level experience, and a comprehensive grasp of the health and social care landscape. Your strength will lay in forging robust partnerships and taking advantage of strategic opportunities for a transformative impact. Application Deadline: Applications close on 28th February 2024 at 12 noon Shortlisted candidates will be invited  to a two stage interview. Stage 1 meet the team leaders 11th March 2024, Stage 2 formal interview with the Trustees 12th March 2024. Start date 1st July 2024 How to Apply:
  • To apply, please submit a CV and a personal statement (not exceeding three sides of A4) addressing the key points outlined in the Job Description and Person Specification to
  • Access to the application pack can be found on our website:
  • Questions or Queries: For any informal discussions or inquiries, contact Stella Scott, Chief Executive Officer, at 0115 946 6740 or email
Bassetlaw Citizens Advice – For more details about the roles of Bid Development Officer and Energy Team Support Worker at Bassetlaw Citizens Advice please click the following link Age Uk Derby and Derbyshire  FALLS PREVENTION SERVICE –FAME PROGRAMME PSI INSTRUCTORS / CLASS ASSISTANTS To support the Falls Prevention Service by delivering a rolling 24 week programme of postural stability and falls awareness sessions for older people. For more information about the role, a full job description and our application form please visit our website on: Or email: CVs submitted will not be considered. No employment agencies Closing date: Friday 12th January, 10.00am MAKE /SHIFT team recruitment – working in Amber Valley to increase community involvement in culture/ arts/  heritage Join Our Team. We’re on the look out for a couple of… | by Make/Shift | Jul, 2023 | Medium Workshops/Events Assistant – Deaf-Inetely Women £4004.00 for 14 hours a week/two days a week –Fixed term 1.10.2023 until 31.3.2024 Deaf-initely Women is currently recruiting a part-time Workshops/Events Assistant – to provide administrative support to Skills for Care funded Deaf Partnership project and its partners. Able to prepare and host Skills for Care on Zoom and in-person workshops including assisting Operations Manager and Workshops Co-ordinator in organising & hosting events/workshops. Download your application pack, click here or visit Send the application form back to  Closing date: Wednesday 30th August 2023, 9am. Interviews will take place on Thursday 7th September 2023 BSL interpreters, speech-to-text and loop system will be provided on the day. Any queries, please email  Telephone: 01773 828233/Text phone number: 07421 827162 Immigration solicitor/lecturer post – 3 days flexible hybrid working position, 2 years fixed term contract. Early Intervention Advice Worker Vacancy  – Nottingham & Sherwood CAB £21,189* – £24,054* pro rata, (depending on experience) (*pay award pending) plus 6% pension contribution. (Fixed term until 30 June 2024). 18.5 hours per week Based at the Ollerton and Newark Office. (Trainee considered) Citizens Advice Nottinghamshire has received funding to expand a successful project that supports some of our most vulnerable clients who often need help and advice when they reach a crisis point. We are testing a programme that includes proactive interventions in a partnership between Citizens Advice Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire Mind and other local partners. If you wish to be considered for this innovative exciting opportunity you will need to demonstrate the following skills- ● Ideally you will have experience of community advice work. ● Have good verbal and written communication skills. ● Knowledge of welfare benefits, debt and housing. ● A flexible attitude to work. ● Understanding and commitment of the aims, policies and principles of Citizens Advice. ● Ability to work to set quality standards. ● Track record of successfully working with partners to progress the project and client outcomes. For an application pack email: or Tel: 01623 861769 (leave your name and email address) Closing date: 1pm, Tuesday 22nd August 2023 Interview Date: Wednesday 30th August 2023 MARCHES ENERGY AGENCY  Project Manager- Local Energy Advice Demonstrator, Derby & Derbyshire
  • To develop, co-ordinate, fund, manage and implement high quality and timely projects involving energy efficiency, fuel poverty, renewable energy and other carbon reduction measures.
  • To work with the Marketing and Communications Manager to develop, manage and deliver marketing and engagement activities to support these projects.
  • To develop partnerships with the private, public and third sector through your projects, both to ensure successful delivery. In addition, you will look to develop new opportunities.
  • To work with the Data and Reporting & Finance Managers to produce reports, statistics, budgets, and analysis about the projects as required.
Energy Advisor, Technical Specialist – Derby & Derbyshire
  • Carrying out technical surveys on hard-to-treat properties.
  • Liaising with householders and contractors.
  • Helping householders to access grants.
  • Provide energy advice to a range of customers including those who are low-income and / or vulnerable to the cold, specialising in more technical aspects such as heating and controls, insulation and renewables.
  • Providing advice at events, over the phone and in the home.
  • Good, up to date knowledge of local networks and referral partners.
  • Understand and work to meet funder requirements, for example, targets or record keeping ensuring claims are maximised.
 Pay:  £24,286 – £26,000 (pending cost of living rise) pro-rata per annum; work travel costs paid. Location:  Hybrid, home working with some attendance at our Derby base. Hours of work: Up to 36.25 hours per week, part-time and flexible working requests considered. Leave: 24 paid days pro-rata per annum + bank holidays. Duration: Contract to 31 March 2025, prospect of extension subject to funding. Application process:  Send CV and covering letter explaining why you are interested in the job and how you meet the person specification to Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.   ARE YOU INTERESTED IN JOINING THE ARTS DERBYSHIRE TEAM?Arts Derbyshire is seeking to contract a Director on a freelance basis. The ideal candidate will lead the charity, shape and deliver its vision and be responsible to the Board on all matters of strategy, policy development, fundraising and management. Click on the link below to access the job ad, job spec and last year’s Charity Report. If this sounds like a suitable role for you, please send your application to our Administrator, Hannah Barker, by email to Closing Date: Wednesday, 9th August 23. Notification of interview: Thursday, 24th August23Interviews: Monday, 4th September 2023   Neurodevelopmental Support Coordinator To establish and develop Community Hubs that offer provision and support for young people with Neuro Development needs and their families in Chesterfield, Ripley and the surrounding areas of mid Derbyshire. Central Derbyshire with main base in Chesterfield. £23,961.79 full time equivalent. 30 hours per week   (£19,428 per annum). Fixed Term Contract for 12 months. Applications for the Neurodiverse Coordinator are now being accepted on Indeed or individuals can email for an application pack. DAS Derbyshire Autism Services –Service Manager – position filled Erewash Voluntary Action – positions filled Derbyshire Autism Services -position filled Positive Futures Housing Support – Service Manager Vacancy – This role will manage services based across Amber valley, Erewash, and Ashfield. The services you will lead provide community-based support with a focus on supported living and mental health service provisions.T his role is offered on a permanent 37.5hr per week basis. this is subject to change Monday – Friday. with additional on call at weekends. Salary/ with hourly Rate – £27,300.00 to £31,200.00 Yearly depending on Knowledge and Experience. Email: Derbyshire Wildlife Trust – have a number of exciting new traineeships we are now recruiting for as part of our Nature Based Solutions project.Please find details here Jobs | Derbyshire Wildlife Trust Derbyshire Mind are currently recruiting for a new Chair of the Board of Trustees (voluntary role).  For further information and recruitment pack- Healthwatch are hiring – Engagement & Involvement Manager – visit healthwatch website for more details Derbyshire Autism Services – Part time/ sessional workers across Derby City  Salary £18,895 Pro rata (based on full time 37 hours)  Derbyshire Autism Services (DAS) is an established vibrant charity working with children and adults.  We are looking for mentors supporting personal development and to access health and leisure activities in the community. We work alongside our service users as they enhance their own potential. Applicants must hold a full driving licence, have access to a car, be able to secure busiess insurance and must pass a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check. Any questions you may have and to apply to contact us at Make Shift – Creative People & Places project led by Derby University for Amber Valley – vacancies filled