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ADVERTISEMENT FOR TRUSTEE APPOINTMENT

Animal Rescue Cumbria was founded in 1972 and operates from a site just north of Kendal in Cumbria.  Over the years, this small Charity has established an excellent reputation for animal care, taking in and re-homing over 300 cats and dogs each year.

The Board of Trustees plays a key role in the functioning and success of the Charity.  It sets the overall strategic direction and provides scrutiny of our processes and decisions.  It ensures standards of governance are upheld, and assesses business development, risk management, performance management and internal controls.  The Board of Trustees is key to ensuring sustainability of the Charity and fulfilment of our charitable objectives.

Project Co-ordinator – Community Works

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21 hours per week  (Tuesday to Saturday)

 Based – Mintsfeet Industrial Estate, Kendal

Do you have the practical skills to develop a community maintenance service that will involve building, joinery, grounds maintenance and property maintenance coupled with the skills to teach people through these activities work skills and work ethic?

Anna Chaplaincy Lead

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Churches together in Cumbria are launching a two-year Project to introduce and establish Anna Chaplaincy as a ministry of the Church in Cumbria. They are looking to appoint a person in a lead role to co-ordinate and oversee this work. The post will involve working from home with travel across the county.

There is an Occupational Requirement for the post holder to be a practising Christian in accordance with Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.

Project Manager

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Keswick Community Emergency Recovery Partnership are looking to recruit a self-employed Project Manager to work on a part time basis from September 2020.

The Project Manager will be responsible for the Community Emergency Plan for Keswick, including:

  • Volunteer recruitment and training
  • Working with Partner organisations
  • Updating and reviewing the plan