Careers at Gadbrook Park

Gadbrook Park is a fantastic place to work, with excellent office buildings, beautiful surroundings, a whole host of amenities and great travel links – so why not take a step forward with your career and look at the current job vacancies on Gadbrook Park.

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New Leaf Community Energiser


Company: Weaver Vale Housing Trust
Job Type: Fixed term Contract: 30th June 2021
Hours of Work: 16 hours per week – flexible working pattern
Location: Based at Gadbrook, Northwich
Closing Date: November 6, 2020
Salary: Salary: £7758.43 (£9.33 per hour) Per annum
Location: Based at Gadbrook, Northwich
Interview Date: November 12, 2020

Directorate of Finance & Business Services
Job Title: New Leaf Community Energiser
16 hours per week – flexible working pattern
Salary: £7758.43 £9.33 per hour
Fixed term Contract: 30th June 2021

New Leaf is a Building Better Opportunities project funded by the European Social Fund and the National Lottery Community Fund. New Leaf is an innovative project, targeting individuals furthest away from the labour market in the Cheshire and Warrington Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) area, to help them in their journey towards employment.

Led by Warrington-based Torus Foundation, working in partnership with other organisations, New Leaf will support over 3,000 individuals, providing a tailored service, giving individual support and direction.

Weaver Vale Housing Trust, a local landlord based in Cheshire and surrounding areas, providing over 6,000 homes in Northwich, Winsford, Frodsham, Helsby and outlying rural areas. We are excited to be a delivery partner within the New Leaf project working across the Cheshire West & Chester area.
This role is a stepping stone to future employment. We are looking for someone who is currently not in employment; it is a short-term role that is designed to help the right person develop their skills and self confidence to move on to bigger and better things!

As Community Energiser, you will be active in your local community, passionate about supporting people; a real ‘people person’ who can engage with hard to reach residents. Working alongside Professional Mentors, you will have an empathetic approach, personal understanding of barriers residents face and can provide non-judgemental advice and give confidence to access the programme.

You will work independently across Cheshire West and Chester in a range of partner and community venues. Due to Covid, you will temporarily be working at home, talking to potential participants mostly on the phone. But will also be using emails, text as well as Teams and occasionally Zoom. Your role is to promote the project and to sign individuals up to the project.

You will also be helping the Mentors to support participants to get to appointments or assist with the delivery of training sessions.

If you feel that you possess the essential skills outlined in the Person Specification, then we would welcome your application.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your CV and a covering letter outlining how you meet the person specification (max 2 pages) to careers@wvht.co.uk or for further information on the role please contact Jayne Pullar on: 01606813485 or email workteam@wvht.co.uk

Closing date for all applications is: 12 noon on Friday 6th November 2020

Assessments week commencing 9th November 2020

Interviews held via teams on: Thursday 12th November 2020

This position is fully funded through Building Better Opportunities Big Lottery and the European Social Fund.

The Trust invites applicants from all members of the community, irrespective of sex, marital status, race, religion, disability, sex or age.

Analyst / Change Manager (Digital)


Company: Weaver Vale Housing Trust
Job Type: Permanent
Hours of Work: 37 Hours per week (to be worked flexibly in line with business needs)
Location: Based at Gadbrook, Northwich
Closing Date: October 5, 2020
Salary: £37,000 – £40,000 per annum pro-rata
Location: Based at Gadbrook, Northwich

Directorate of Technology & Business Improvement
Analyst / Change Manager (Digital)
£37,000 – £40,000 per annum pro-rata
37 Hours per week (to be worked flexibly in line with business needs)
Based at Gadbrook, Northwich (supports home working)

Weaver Vale Housing Trust has an exciting opportunity for an experience Analyst/Change Manager on a permanent basis to work with all sections of the Trust, based in the Technology and Business Improvement. You will work 37 hours per week (in line with business needs) and you will receive a highly competitive salary of £37K-£40K (depending on experience).

In addition to salary we offer a great working environment, a company pension scheme, 25 – 31 days’ leave, childcare subsidy and annual Personal Development and Well Being payment.

The Role :

To identify performance and potential improvements (often via data analytics) to the Trust across any/all functions (usually) facilitated by significant technology-based change. To participate in ideation activities and lead the embedding of change, engage all stakeholders in entire change process and deliver on-time and on-budget.

As an experienced Business Analyst/Implementation or Project Manager you will have a proven track record of working within different functions of an organisation, undertaking Data Research and Analysis and working with colleagues to implement meaningful change to improve effectiveness, efficiency and improve customer experience. You will need a good knowledge of the data analytical skills, a strong understanding of change/project management and firm grasp of process and application improvement.

Closing date for applications: 12 noon 5th October
(Please be aware that applications received after this time will not be considered)

Assessment & Interview Date: TBC

Please review the job pack for further information and submit your CV with a covering letter (max. 2 pages) demonstrating how you meet the minimum criteria in relation to the person specification, please send to careers@wvht.co.uk

Those applicants that consider themselves to have a disability and meet the minimum criteria for the role will be guaranteed an interview. Please confirm within your application if you consider yourself to have a disability.

In line with the Trust’s Disclosure & Barring Policy, please confirm if you have any current convictions under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.

The Trust invites applications from all members of the community, irrespective of age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, race, religion or disability.

Accounts Assistant


Company: NPORS
Job Type: Full-Time
Hours of Work: 37.50 (08.30 to 16.30 ½ for lunch)
Location: Gadbrook Business Park
Closing Date: October 31, 2020
Salary: From £17,000
Location: Gadbrook Business Park

Due to a recent business restructure and maternity leave cover, an opportunity has arisen to join
our head office team within the Accounts Department.

We are looking for a positive, well presented, and professional individual who currently or
previously worked in accounts. The role includes working in a small accounts team working on the
sale ledger, high volume of daily invoicing, working with PayPal payments, daily taking of telephone
credit card payments, dealing with any account queries via telephone or email, therefore you will
need excellent communication skills. Our ideal candidate has essential accounts background, data
entry skills, an eye for detail. Previous experience as an accounts assistant or similar role will be
considered an advantage.

If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to make a positive contribution to help ensure
that NPORS continues its growth, please send your full c.v. to Julie Senior, Managing Director

Interview’s will be held via Virtual conferencing calls due to the current covid-19.
The role is office based.
Further terms and conditions will be discussed at the interview.

Please contact: info@npors.com

CONTACT US

Stephanie Leese – Business Team Coordinator

stephanie.leese@groundwork.org.uk

01606 723 175

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