DRC is a great place to work and we offer a number of benefits to our staff as we recognise they are our greatest asset. Please see below for all our recent vacancies. Click on each vacancy to find out more information and how to apply.
If you’re interested in working for us but we do not have a suitable vacancy, then please take a look at our current volunteering opportunities.
For all roles, candidates are asked to submit an application form. Application packs can be downloaded here: DRC-Recruitment-Application-Form_ver-100521 Please ensure you include a response to the additional information in support of the application section, outlining your relevant knowledge, skills and experience against the job description and person specification.
Please send your completed application form and equal opportunities form to Sarah Walker at the Disability Resource Centre by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Information Health and Wellbeing Centre, Unit 18, ACE Business Park, Mackadown Lane, Kitts Green, Birmingham, B33 0LD.
We currently have the following vacancies:
Post: DRC Trustee (voluntary) Risk, Quality and Compliance
Hours: Commitment to prepare for and attend board meetings, sub-committee meetings and other events/activities as require
Salary: unpaid voluntary role (expenses are covered)
Trustees will have a strong empathy with our mission to empower disabled people and those with long term health conditions to take control of their own lives and to actively seek out opportunities to achieve their full potential as individuals in mainstream society by building a sustainable business.
The commitment involves:
- Reading and responding to emails via a dedicated email account that will be set up for such use
- Reading papers/ reports in preparation for meetings
- Attending meetings (approximately once every two months) – up to two hours, usually during normal working hours.
- Attendance at the charity’s Annual General Meeting (once per year).
- Being actively involved in meetings and scrutinising / challenging where appropriate.
- Attendance at board planning days (once per annum usually half a day).
- From time to time Disability Resource Centre have sub / task and finish groups who meet more frequently, for example to develop a specific work-stream where your skills experience may be needed. Sub groups would meet up to 6 times per year.
- From time to time Trustees may attend training, conferences, networking or strategic meetings relevant to their specialist skills and experience.
- A Non-Executive Directors role is a voluntary position; however reasonable expenses to attend meetings can be claimed.
Please follow the link for our full trustee application pack here: DRC Board Trustee Risk Quality and Compliance Recruitment Pack – May 2021
To apply, please provide your CV, along with a covering letter stating why you wish to work for the organisation, how your skills and experience would add value to the Board and meet the person description above to the Chief Executive and Company Secretary.
Louise Mckiernan, Chief Executive and Company Secretary
Telephone: 030 30 40 20 40
Risk Quality and Compliance Advisor –28 hours per week (to be worked over 4 or 5 days)
Salary NJC Scale Points 27-30
£31,346 – £33,782 pro rata per annum
We are seeking a highly motivated experienced individual maintain, monitor and test the organisation’s approach to risk, quality and compliance issues.
Candidates should have experience in devising and implementing organisational policies, procedures and processes, including quality assurance and risk management, as well as experience in implementing recognised industry quality standards (such as MATRIX, IIP, IS0900 etc). In addition, possess a good knowledge and understanding of GDPR legislation; quality assurance frameworks and quality standards; together with risk management frameworks and processes. Excellent working IT knowledge is essential to identify improvements to DRC through the introduction of new technologies.
To download the full person specification, follow the link here: Manager – Job Advertisement – Risk Quality and Compliance Advisor July 2021
Closing date: 13th August 2021
Post: Stakeholder Engagement Officer – 12 month Fixed Term Contract Hours: Full Time Equivalent (36.5 hours per week)
Salary: Salary NJC Scale Point 13 – £22,627 per annum
This is an exciting opportunity to join our forward-thinking organisation to research, develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders including employers and DWP in order to identify live vacancies, provide deaf awareness training and ensure deaf and hard of hearing people are able to find employment in key sectors. Also, implement and promote services for people with a disability, advocating the merits of the organisation in a positive manner at all times.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and results-driven candidate with a proven track record of successfully undertaking a similar role and demonstrable experience of interacting and interviewing clients with disabilities, their families and carers. You must be prepared to travel and work in different locations across the region.
To download the preson specification, please follow the link here: Stakeholder Engagement Officer JDPS_April2021FINAL
Candidates must have a good general standard of Education, an English Language qualification and be Computer Literate. Information Advice and Guidance Level 4 and an understanding of the Social Model of Disability is desirable.
The Yardley Neighbourhood Network Scheme (of which DRC is the lead agency in the Yardley Constituency and is working in partnership with Age UK Birmingham to oversee and coordinate the project) is looking for a Chair and Vice Chair to join their Steering Group (voluntary roles). Click on the links below to read the person specifications:
To apply, please provide your CV, along with a covering letter stating how your skills and experience would add value to the steering group and meet the person specification.
Ambreen Khan, Service Manager – Employment, skills and Community Development
Telephone: 030 30 40 20 40
Deadline – Friday 6th August, 12.00pm