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Heeley City Farm Finance Manager

We are looking to appoint a Finance Manager to join the senior leadership team working with the farm co-CEOs.

Heeley City Farm

Heeley City Farm is a wellbeing farm. It seeks to identify, confront and address the problems of poverty, inequality, prejudice and lack of opportunity in Sheffield’s inner city communities. It does this by supporting and promoting community regeneration and self help within environmentally friendly and self-sustaining systems, using the background of a mini-farm, a cafe, community gardens and related resources. The Farm is both a Company and a Charity and currently has 40 employees.

 

Commitment: This is a permanent position - minimum 3 days but with the option to work up to 4 days. Occasional evening work is required to attend meetings.

 

Responsible to: Co-CEOs

 

Remuneration: Up to £29,991 (37.5 hours per week pro rata) depending on experience

 

Overview of Role

To work as a member of the senior leadership team to develop and implement the long-term strategy and impact of Heeley City Farm. The Finance Manager will oversee the organisation’s financial systems and support the long-term financial strategy and risk management of the organisation.

Closing date for all applications 07/06/24 - 5pm. For more information and the application pack. email. jobs@heeleyfarm.org.uk

or ring 0114 2505105.

 

Youth/Education Cover and Bank Staff

To work with children and young people in our education programme

 

 

Salary: £10.90p/h (moving to £12p/h in May 2024)

Hours subject to need

Background

 

Heeley City Farm is a community charity based in the heart of Sheffield. We work in the setting of a mini working farm providing education and training to a range of people from all backgrounds and abilities.

Heeley City Farm are an equal opportunities employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture. We do not discriminate against candidates because of disability, race, sex or gender identity and welcome applications from all minority groups.

Role

 

 

Heeley City Farm are looking for bank or cover staff to cover sickness and holiday. There may be opportunities to provide longer term support to students. We work with children aged 7-18 years during school hours who come to the farm as part of their education.

 

Working alongside teachers in the ELS (Education, Learning and Skills) department, the successful candidate or candidates will support students in delivering fun, creative, and engaging activities to a range of young people with SEND. Most of the activities will be based outside and often around animals so the successful candidate or candidates will be comfortable being outside in all weathers and with working with young people with a range of different abilities and needs. Experience in any of the following areas would be a bonus: gardening and horticulture, forest schools, arts. animal care, teaching, support work, classroom assistant, working with vulnerable young people.

 

Hours/Days

We deliver alternative provision Monday-Thursday during term time between 9am and 3pm.

We may sometimes require cover during weekends and school holidays on our youth work sessions.

This role is for a zero-hour casual role.

Responsibilities and Duties

 

Candidates will work alongside another staff member delivering engaging programmes to young people in activities such as animal care, forest schools, gardening and food growing. They will work alongside teachers to deliver quality educational programmes at the farm, based in our outdoor classrooms, gardens and around animals.

 

 

 

For an application pack e-mail admin@heeleyfarm.org.uk

 

Enquiries to: s.wild@heeleyfarm.org.uk

Or call Sarah on 01142505105 This is a rolling recruitment until 30/04/2024 so applications will be considered as they are received.

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Sessional staff to deliver on school day visits

To deliver educational sessions to groups of school children

 

Salary: £10.90p/h (moving to £12p/h in May 2024)

Hours subject to need

 

Background

Heeley City Farm is a community charity based in the heart of Sheffield. We work in the setting of a mini working farm providing education and training to a range of people from all backgrounds and abilities.

 

Heeley City Farm are an equal opportunities employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture. We do not discriminate against candidates because of disability, race, sex or gender identity and welcome applications from all minority groups.

Role

 

 

 

Heeley City Farm are looking for sessional staff to deliver on school day visits for primary and secondary schools. Sessions are based around animal tours and handling, gardening and composting. Full training will be given before any delivery. There may also be some work in developing and delivering new sessions and developing the school visits programme.

 

We currently deliver sessions to school groups around feeding animals, animal handling and grooming, seed planting, composting and pollination. Although experience in these areas would be a bonus, we can offer training in these sessions. However, enthusiasm and confidence in working with, and managing, groups of children independently will be essential.

Hours/Days

 

 

School visits can happen Monday to Friday, with no fixed day or guarantee of hours. We usually deliver a morning block (10-12pm) and/or an afternoon block (1-3pm).

 

This role is for zero hours, casual role.

Responsibilities and Duties

 

Candidates will work with groups of 10-20 children delivering pre prepared, planned and resourced sessions, usually outside and in the areas of animals, gardening, horticulture or the environment.

There may be some scope for work to develop the programme and create new sessions and resources, as well as work liaising with schools for the right candidate.

This role would suit someone with experience working in schools or in outdoor education or with an interest or passion in this area.

For an application pack e-mail admin@heeleyfarm.org.uk

 

Enquiries to: s.wild@heeleyfarm.org.uk

Or call Sarah on 01142505105 This is a rolling recruitment until 30/04/2024 so applications will be considered as they are received.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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