Zest Centre to reopen on Mon 11 Jan

Written by Matt Dean, Chief Executive, Zest Zest Centre Customer Announcement: New Year, New Start. We welcome the news that following the end of the national lockdown in early December, leisure services will be allowed to re-open, and hopefully stay open for the foreseeable future. However, this only provides Zest with a short operational window…

Job vacancies x 3: Health Trainer, Development Worker (Mental Health) and a Garden Worker (Woodhouse Community Forum)

Woodhouse & District Community Forum current has vacancies for a Health Trainer, a Community Development Worker (Mental Health) and a Community Garden Worker. To view the full vacancy descriptions please follow the links below: NEW Health Trainer Vacancy (Click here to download more information). (mywoodhouse.co.uk) NEW Community Development Worker (Mental Health – Click here to…

Teacake Club member lists – 2020 updates to directory

Written by the Teacake Club at Opportunity Sheffield We were pleased to add two new organisation profiles to the Teacake Club (Sheffield Employability Network) member directory this week, with the National Careers Service and Woodhouse & District Community Forum the latest to join. If you are on the Teacake Club mailing list or you are…

National Careers Service appointments available in Sheffield

Written by the National Careers Service The National Careers Service is a free service which encourages and inspires people at every stage of their working life, right from those joining the world of work for the first time. Through online tools, webchats, and telephone appointments, we help people to improve their job prospects and take…

Street League Yorkshire seeks sport for employment referrals in Sheffield

Street League is continuing to welcome referrals for its sport for employment programmes, which are open to unemployed and economically inactive people aged between 16 and 30. Register online Individuals who are interested in Street League’s employability offering can complete an online self-referral form at the organisation’s website.

Disability Sheffield event to explore BAME Disability challenges on Weds 25 Nov

Written by Disability Sheffield What inequalities are BAME Disabled people facing in Sheffield and how can these be addressed? What? Disability Sheffield has organised this event to explore the concerns of people from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds. Who can join? Deaf and Disabled people who are from a BAME background. We also welcome people who…

SAVTE’s annual celebration event – Tues 8 Dec at 5pm on Zoom

Written by SAVTE 5-5.45pm: Everyone is welcome to come and join us to hear some wonderful poetry and celebrate community learning and cultures. We will be celebrating our wonderful learners and volunteers with our special guests…  Tawona Sithole is a poet, playwright and facilitator who was the Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network Poet in residence….