TimeBuilders Tasters – every Wednesday at St Mary’s

19 Mar

Highfield Health Cafe – starting next Wednesday

19 Mar

Highfield Health cafe

Time builders job vacancy- check out this new position

14 Mar

Job description for TimeBuilder workers in Gleadless Valley.

What this role is about.

People tell us that they want to be useful and to use their brains, time and abilities to help others.  But it can be hard to find the right opportunities. This is where TimeBuilders comes in.

How it works

We’ve been running TimeBuilders across the city for about 5 years. In that time thousands of people have got involved in doing things including;

  • Helping to run a community café
  • Running a walking group
  • Helping in a gardening group
  • Litter picking
  • Making things in a community woodwork shop
  • Baking
  • Running a group doing sewing, art, creative writing or anything that interests you.

For each hour people work they earn a Time Credit which they can spend on rewards – tickets to go swimming or skating, for meals in a community café or for basketball, rugby, ice hockey or for the theatre.

And more than that, they find that lots of things in their lives become better. They feel more confident, useful, with a structure to their week and get to know more people. We all know that all these things are vital for a happy, healthy life.

Working in South Sheffield

We have started working in Gleadless Valley and Lowedges with Reach South Sheffield. We have done a lot of consultation with local people and the following new ideas are getting started. Since July we have gained 92 members who have earned over 2,000 Time Credits. We are currently working in the following areas:


Lowedges – where we have a new community café (Thursdays) as well as a Foodcycle (Wednesday afternoon) and a Teens Youth club.


Newfield Green – where we are working to develop a new community café and other groups working from Newfield Green Library and the Terry Wright Centre


Gleadless Valley (Gaunt Shops) – where we are working with Gleadless Valley Methodist Church and have set up a weekly FoodCycle meal where volunteers cook surplus food to make a 3 course meal for isolated people in the community.


In each of these places we now want to set up the following activities: a Weightwatchers group; exercise groups; a walking group; art and craft groups; a sewing group; a photography group; a film club; a litter picking group… And many more.

Check out the full job description and details of how to apply TimeBuilder JD March 2019 (GV)

Sheffield Church of the Nazarene are looking for a Children & Families Worker

11 Mar

Sheffield Church of the Nazarene are looking for a Children & Families Worker, 20 hours a week. The church currently runs a vibrant children’s ministry, providing a range of activities for children. An exciting opportunity is available for a children & families worker who is able to work with our existing team to disciple and outreach children & families in the church and local area.

The role is part time at 20 hours per week. Salary will be in the range of £17,900-£18,837 (pro rata).

We are also looking for a part time Youth Worker – one person could apply for both roles for a full time position.

We are looking for someone who is:

  • Able to build positive relationships with children & families
  • Able to nurture young disciples & is passionate about this!
  • Able to motivate children
  • Energising, envisioning, equipping and supporting of volunteer workers
  • A team worker with management skills.

The closing date for applications is Friday 5th April 2019.

Successful appointment is pending references and an enhanced DBS check.

**There is a genuine occupational requirement that the post holder is a Christian**




£17,900-£18,837 (pro rata, 0.5FTE)

Type of Contract

Part Time



Closing Date


How to Apply

For more information about how to apply, contact Helen Roberts at or call on 07388093111

Fantastic Job Opportunity with Ignite Imaginations

11 Mar


CEO (Maternity Cover)

Fixed term contract

Purpose of the job:

To provide inspirational leadership for the organisation, ensuring that communities who do not regularly access arts and creative activities are able to engage and participate. The CEO (Maternity Cover) will work with the board to refine the creative vision and business plan for Ignite Imaginations, and lead on its implementation. The postholder will oversee the day to day running of Ignite Imaginations and strategically develop new funding opportunities, partnerships and networks.

Hours of work: 30 hours per week (5.8 weeks paid holiday per year)

Will include some evenings and weekends.

Closing date: The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 13th March Interviews for shortlisted applicants will take place on the Thursday 21st or Friday 22nd March

For Full details please download the application pack.

Job Vacancy with SYFS – Technical Service Manager (deadline March 13th)

11 Mar



Spring Event with the Terminus Initiative at Lowedges Community Centre – 16th March

8 Mar

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