Current Vacancies

Head of Operations

The next 12 months are a truly pivotal time for Paul’s Place with our upcoming move to the Shire way Centre in Yate.
With change comes opportunity and we are on the lookout for a Head of Operations to work closely with our team to really take Paul’s Place to the next level in our mission to enhance the lives of physically, cognitive, and sensory disabled adults; supporting them to live life to the full. This is a new permanent role which has the scope to make a real impact.

The Head of Operations will manage and oversee the day-to-day delivery of our Day facility and service provision. Providing a practice leadership model to the team ensuring that the needs of our members are always at the centre of all we do.

Responsibilities include:

•Working closely with the CEO and senior management team to ensure a consistent approach to leading and managing staff and volunteers at Paul’s Place.
•Being responsible for line management of the Day Services Team Leaders.
•Taking the lead for delivering health and safety for the organisation, employees, and service delivery, including writing risk assessments.
•Ensure the development of person-centred support (including person centred planning, communication techniques and strategies, positive behaviour support and active support).
•Overseeing risk management of all service delivery and ensure that all operational staff are up to date with any changes in health and safety and are always working safely.

Salary: up to £37500

Hours: 37 hours per week (Full Time)

Based: Office –  Paul’s Place Head Quarters, South Glos

For further details and to apply, please contact Vanessa Moon or Gemma Wilks via recruit@moonexecsearch.com Quoting reference MC2446

Closing date: 30/06/2024

Volunteer Development Officer

This role is pivotal to focus on developing our in-house volunteering programme, with the sole purpose of working with our members (service users) to develop their confidence and skills to become volunteers at Paul’s Place. A long-term outcome would be for those members to feel confident enough to volunteer within the local community. To make this opportunity a reality we need to be able to develop volunteering opportunities for our members. The Development Officer will work with our members to upskill them to be able to become volunteers initially at Paul’s Place and then later, the wider community.

Salary: £26,400

Hours: 37 hours per week (Full Time)

Based: Office –  Paul’s Place Head Quarters, South Glos

Please read the full job description before sending your CV and Covering letter to Kayley Waller, Fundraising and Communications Manager at kwaller@paulsplace.org.uk

Volunteer Development Officer Job Description

Please note – we will be interviewing for this role on a rolling basis as and when suitable applications are received so encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

Volunteer Role – Local Collection Tin Coordinator

Hours: Fully Flexible depending on you, could be 1 hour a month, could be more!

Location: Remote, within your local Area. (This Boundary will be discussed)

We are looking for Volunteers to coordinate our Fundraising Collection Tins in their local area.

This role involves approaching your local shops/restaurants/pubs etc and asking them to host a Collection Tin on behalf of Paul’s Place. Once they agree, you will build a relationship with the premises and return to collect the tin when it is full and replace it with a newly sealed one along with a Thank you postcard. You will then drop off the full tins to us for counting.

Collection Tin fundraising is a vital source of income for Paul’s Place and this role really will be making a huge difference to the physically disabled adults we support.

The role is fully flexible depending on the time you’d like to give, you could manage one shop or you could manage the whole of your town, it’s completely up to you! So if you are friendly, approachable, honest and trustworthy, we would love to hear from you!  It is preferable for you to hold a full driving licence and have use of a vehicle.

This is a remote-based volunteer role, where you can claim expenses for the mileage you have used. We will issue you with an expense form to complete when you deliver the collection tins.

We supply a free enhanced DBS check and training to all our volunteers.

If this sounds like you, please email volunteering@paulsplace.org.uk and let’s chat!

Our team have a wide range of experience with one thing in common: they are passionate about helping people live life to the full.