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Welcome to SOAR

Here at SOAR, we are constantly evolving and changing in the pursuit of excellence. To help achieve this, our recruitment processes are about getting the right people, to fit the right posts.

Ellis Coe – Family Advocacy Worker

Ellis joins the organisation as the Family Advocacy Worker and is part of the team who are responsible for helping you express your views and wishes and help you stand up for your rights.

Become a Green City Action Trustee

Green City Action is a long-standing environmental charity, serving Burngreave and surrounding areas.
We provide environmental education, alongside working to tackle poverty.
We do this through the provision of education and hands-on experience on our community allotment – working with local schools, toddler groups and the wider community.
We also run the Community Toolbank, hiring out low-cost DIY and gardening tools, encouraging sharing of resources and reducing waste.

COLLABORATE 2

Programme to develop collaborative working across Health and Social Care in north Sheffield

What is Collaborate?

An engaging development programme to enhance collaboration amongst Health and Social Care frontline workers in north Sheffield. The outcomes for the sessions are • Developing joined-up working between front line staff and your organisations • Tackling complex challenges affecting the people you work with • Building skills and confidence in collaboration, problem-solving and communication • Coming up with fresh insights to improve delivery to clients.

Health inclusion: Homelessness and end of life care ECHO

 Join in with GPs, consultants, specialist nurses, palliative care link workers, Sheffield Health and Social Care teams, substance abuse services, emergency department teams, paramedics and police in this unique community of practice.

This new and innovative, online training programme is available FREE of charge in your place of work or at home using videoconferencing software. Training sessions will be facilitated by the St Luke’s superhub team and experts in the field of homelessness from a hub centre at St Luke’s. Participants can join in the sessions as a group or as individuals. Up to 49 “spoke” spaces are available.

Part Time Roma Development Worker

As part of the ‘My Sheffield’ Project, Firvale Community Hub is recruiting a Bi-lingual Part time Roma Development Worker who will be based in Page Hall, Sheffield.

£7056 (£14ph) – 21 hours over 4 days – Fixed term 6 month contract
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Friday 14 February 2020

Patchwork & Crafts at Loop’s Place

Loopy’s Place is a creative space providing opportunities to indulge in creative activities to boost mental health!

Join Jane in monthly Craft & Chat sessions, Craft Workshops and Sew Days. You can learn new skills, connect with like-minded people, and escape the pressures of everyday life. Loopy’s Place is a supportive community for anyone who wants to explore their creativity while looking after their mental health. Visit our website to see our next available session and book your place.