We wouldn’t be where we are today if it weren’t for our amazing team of staff making things happen. We have over 80 employees and volunteers working from our offices in Northwich and Macclesfield and within the community across Cheshire, keep an eye on this page to see any vacancies that are currently available.
Looking for an opportunity to make a difference?
If you’d like to join us making real, positive changes to people’s lives across Cheshire, whatever your background our door is open to you. Our workforce is made up of talented individuals from all sections of the community.
We provide a supportive working environment where you can develop your skills and through working with us you can expect to:
Develop your career while supporting vital services to individuals and communities across Cheshire
Receive guidance and support from your manager and peers
Learn and develop in your job through training and experience
Be part of a team that works together to help support our local communities
Cheshire CDT is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications regardless of gender, age, ethnic background, disability, sexuality or religion.
You can find all the current job vacancies at Cheshire CDT below, please check back regularly for updates. We also advertise roles in a number of relevant publications as and when appropriate. In addition to employed positions, we also offer a range of volunteering opportunities, check out our dedicated volunteering page for more
Human Resources and Safeguarding Lead
At Changing Lives Together our vision is to enable people to move forward, to give them confidence and take control of their lives. We prepare people for the workplace and teach them the vital life skills and sense of worth which will energise them to succeed for themselves. We also support individuals and families that make up a “place” to become a community.
The role has primary responsibility for managing and reporting concerns about those we support and for putting into place procedures to safeguard people in the organisation.
In addition, the role will provide support to the daily administrative and HR duties within Changing Lives Together. The role will assist managers with recruitment, record maintenance and provide clerical support to all employees
Closing Date 13th Sept 2019
Current job role in Ellesmere Port
Please click on links for full role description and application form.
At Changing Lives Together (CLT) our vision is to enable people to move forward, to give them confidence and take control of their lives. We prepare people for the workplace and teach them the vital life skills and sense of worth which will energise them to succeed for themselves. We also support individuals and families that make up a “place” to become a community. Changing Lives in Cheshire (CLiC, trading name of CLT) is looking to recruit an adaptable Shop Manager that is comfortable working within a challenging and multi-task environment.
Guiding the Ellesmere Port shop to long term success and sustainability, you will be the face of the shop, representing Changing Lives Together You will build relationships and maintain professional standards with the sales team and the customers.
As the shop manager you will be expected to control all aspects of the store; from sales and profit to training and recruitment.
Enthusiasm, initiative and excellent communication skills are essential in this role to motivate a small team including volunteers and ensure they meet targets, maximise sales and deliver excellent customer service.
Closing date: 11 September 2019
Interviews: Week commencing 16 September 2019
We are looking for committed individuals to expand the range of trustee skills as well as to consolidate existing competencies as Cheshire Community Development Trust’s plans for the future. As a Trustee of Cheshire Community Development Trust, you will have a commitment to the charity and its mission, and ensure that it is effectively governed in line with this mission and with the charity’s values. You will be able to devote the necessary time (approximately 12 days a year) to the role, and will bring strategic vision, independent judgment and an ability to think creatively – Download full role advert for Volunteer Trustee