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A Job With A Difference

"Sheffield City Trust allows me to put my health and wellbeing first"

Life @ Sheffield City Trust

We believe the right balance between work, rest and play makes a happy and healthy workforce. From team and company socials and fundraisers to community events showcasing some of the amazing work they do, our lovely people are getting up to some great stuff in and outside work.

Take a look what's going on.

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Reaching Up

As part of our ongoing work to promote the Trust as an Equal opportunities employer of choice, we have forged relationships with several local community groups.  Recently, members from People and Service Delivery team & the Programming and Development team had the opportunity to deliver an Employability workshop session for Reach Up Youth, a fantastic local Community Group based at Verdon Street Centre in Burngreave.

Over 50 local people of all ages attended sessions on CV-writing, interview skills, employment advice and career opportunities at the Trust.

There was pizza, basketball and tons of enthusiasm from everyone involved in what was a really positive event which we hope will be the next step in a great ongoing relationship between the Trust and Reach Up Youth.

To find out more about Reach Up Youth and the amazing community work they are involved in you can follow them on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/reachupyouth/ and on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ReachupYouthclub/

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Fly DSA Arena Helps Take The Fight to COVID-19

On 25 January 2021 the Sheffield Arena opened its doors as a vaccincation centre, working round the clock to allow vaccines to be administered to some of the region’s most vulnerable residents.

Sheffield City Trust Chief Executive Andrew Snelling, interviewed by ITV Calendar said “As an organisation, our core values are promoting and enhancing the health & wellbeing of communities so we’re proud of the role Sheffield Arena has played as part of the city’s response to COVID-19”

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40 Not Out

We recently celebrated with one of the Trust’s longest serving employees, Andy Morbin, Duty Manager at Concord Sports Centre, on his incredible achievement of 40 years’ service.

Nicky Twigg, General Manager and Jeremy Walliss, Operations Manager at Concord helped him mark the occasion with a bottle of bubbly.

Andy first started as a part time Leisure Assistant back in April 1981 and over the years he’s coached  football, worked on kids summer camps and even had a stint of teaching aerobics. His passion for sport and commitment to the Company shine through and have helped him reach this amazing milestone.