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Gaddum is seeking a passionate and committed leader with a thorough awareness and background in children and/or youth services in voluntary settings. The post holder will ensure people who need support can access it, when they need it. Qualified in Social Work, Youth Work or other relevant community, health and social care, the post holder will have a demonstrable history of delivering or overseeing community programmes to children and/or young people in diverse populations.
The Services Manager for Children & Young People will be responsible for the operational development and day-to-day management of our passionate and dedicated colleagues across the following areas:
Line management of client facing colleagues, students and administration in the below Service areas.
1. Rochdale, Stockport and Salford Palliative Care Services: This specialist service supports the families of children with a life limiting or a life threatening illness. Our service is also offered after a child has passed away. Gaddum’s trained staff are able to work with parents, siblings and carers.
2. Manchester & Salford Child Bereavement Services: Gaddum Child & Family Bereavement Services provide needs-led therapeutic services for Manchester and Salford children and families, as they begin to explore their unique process of adjustment following bereavement.
To provide managerial leadership to a group of vital services that engage with Children & Young People at critical times in their lives. To operationally manage and develop these delegated services in line with the developing needs of the community, and ensure high standards and value for money to get the most out of every client contact.
To use local, regional and national intelligence to further enhance the support services for Children & Young People. Work closely with the Services Manager for Adults in implementing and working to agreed Standard Operating Procedures (SOPS), holding teams accountable to them.
For further information see the Job Description and Person Specification
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Charity People are delighted to be partnering with Birthrights in their search for their next CEO. We are looking for an inspirational senior leader to join this small but mighty organisation. If you are passionate about respectful care during pregnancy and childbirth, have experience leading teams, building partnerships, and creating impactful campaigns, then this could be the perfect next opportunity for you.
Job title: CEO
Location: Homebased (UK, within reasonable commuting distance of London). Must be prepared to travel to London, Birmingham, and other UK locations for frequent meetings with staff, funders and stakeholders.
Contract type: Permanent
Hours: Negotiable, full or part time
About the role
This is a hugely exciting leadership role that will play a key part in Birthrights' ambitions for the future, leading the charity in their mission to ensure that everyone receives respectful maternity care in the UK and living their values of dignity; autonomy; humanity; expertise; practicality; and inclusion.
They are seeking a visionary, strategic and empathetic leader to help them achieve their next phase of growth by nurturing and building the team, growing the charity's services, developing partnerships to increase their impact and championing racial equity and anti-racism in maternity services.
This leader will inspire, show compassion, engage their key partners with integrity, meet the challenging maternity landscape with agility, and continue to place inclusion at the very heart of what Birthrights is about.
We welcome anyone to apply who possesses the qualities and behaviours outlined here or who believes they have the propensity to learn them fast. You could be an aspiring CEO who has a strong background leading teams, as well as an established CEO. You will be joining an inclusive and supportive team that welcomes people from all backgrounds. What is important isn't your level of education or the opportunities which you have had, it's about you and how you seize the opportunities ahead of you.
* An inspirational figurehead with a track record growing and sustaining an organisation's influence, operations and impact, ideally in the charity sector.
* Courageous leader when it comes to campaigning, who can spot opportunities on issues that support our mission
* Solid experience of successful income generation and fundraising from a range of sources, particularly Individual Giving.
* Leading policy development and influencing, including with senior policy makers, that has contributed to tangible change.
* A track record of leading and managing cohesive and high-performing teams with a growth mindset and promotes a culture where people are empowered to deliver a range of impactful activities.
* A compassionate and empathetic leader who leads from the front and fosters a positive organisational and workplace culture where staff wellbeing is at the top of the agenda.
Charity People is acting as an employment agency advisor to Birthrights on this appointment. For further information about the role, including details about how to apply, please send your CV to tiku at charitypeopledotcodotuk
We are reviewing applications on a rolling basis, so please don't delay getting in touch if you're interested.
Closing Date - 8th July
1st Interviews with Charity people - w/c 18th July
1st Interview with Birthrights w/c - 1st Aug
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability, and potential. Please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help ensure the application process work for you.
Charity People actively promotes equality, diversity, and inclusion. We match charity needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. We do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for the charities with which we work.
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Senior Charge Nurse
Location: Rachel House in Kinross
Salary: £42,902 - £45,800 per annum + 6% shift allowance and 5% on call allowance
Contract: Permanent, Full-Time (37.5 hours)
Closing date: 13 July 2022
Are you passionate about making a difference to the lives of children and young people with a life shortening condition? Do you have leadership experience in health or social care, a desire to develop people and experience of service improvement in an ever changing environment?
We are looking for an extremely motivated and dynamic nurse seeking a new challenge, which will stretch them in a way that few other roles can? If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!
This is a really exciting time to join Children’s Hospices Across Scotland, better known as CHAS, as we develop innovative approaches to allow teams across CHAS to work more closely to offer seamless care to children and families.
“When Louise took my hand, I knew I would never be alone. The care my son received and the support we had as a family at the toughest time imaginable in our lives was truly a life-line", CHAS parent
Would you like to work with remarkable colleagues and meet extraordinary children and families? Would you like to be part of a team providing a flexible and responsive service, whilst delivering holistic person centred palliative care to babies, children and young people, across the East of Scotland?
You will work alongside the Service Manager and bring valuable leadership and people management experience to a team providing specialist palliative care, end of life care and respite care for the child and their whole family in the hospice setting. You will have the opportunity to use your nursing skills and knowledge, complemented by the education and support we provide to develop both yourself and your team. You will promote partnership working with the family, and other CHAS colleagues, as well as our colleagues in the NHS, local authority, other third sector organisations, and volunteers, to put the best interests of the child at the forefront of care.
- Full time colleagues work 4 shifts per week
- All working patterns considered: full time, part time and flexible
- Generous holiday and sick pay
- Continuation of NHS pension scheme for existing members
- Lothian Pension Fund membership available
- Employee assistance programme (which includes free access to counselling, financial advice
- Occupational sick pay and maternity pay
- Regular clinical supervision
- Comprehensive induction programme
- Access to ongoing education and development opportunities
- Free parking
Further Information and How to Apply
For more information regarding this post and the benefits of working for CHAS, please go to our recruitment website and complete our online application form.
This post is subject to a Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) check.
Closing date: 13 July 2022 Interview Date: 26 & 27 July 2022
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Audio Visual Technical Officer
Full-time, 35 hours per week
The AV Technical Officer will play a key role in leading and managing customer focused support for AV and IT technical services for [email protected] clients and College events.
You will have relevant experience of AV support for events, conferences and meetings (including online conferences and streaming services) alongside experience of operating advanced audio-visual equipment, including knowledge of technical event support system infrastructures and troubleshooting.
The ability to communicate with a wide range of people in a professional manner (written and verbal) by providing advice and guidance on technical matters and the ability to provide complex technical solutions when presented with immediate problems is essential.
You will also need to be proactive in your approach using initiative and a high level of personal motivation while providing excellent customer service face to face and over the telephone.
The College is a professional membership organisation dedicated to the advancement of the science and practice of pathology. There are currently approximately 12,000 members, all of whom are pathologists based in hospitals, universities and laboratories in the UK and overseas. The College’s main tasks are to set and maintain training standards for doctors and scientists, to advice on the appointment of consultant pathologists, to ensure the membership is kept up to date with current practice through the continuing professional development scheme, and to promote the latest developments in pathology by holding scientific meetings.
The College’s mission is to promote excellence in the practice of pathology and to be responsible for maintaining standards through training, assessments, examinations and professional development.
We offer attractive staff benefits including 25 days annual leave rising with length of service, an employee discount scheme, and season tickets, as well as a cycle to work scheme. The College values diversity, welcoming applications for all members of society. We offer a mix of remote (home) and office working, with hybrid working arrangements currently in place.
The closing date for applications is 9am, 11 July 2022.
Ideally starting September/October 2022
Offered as full-time; open to job share partners; or part-time contracts (0.8+)
Bring industry, academia and the NHS together to drive translation.
We are the independent, expert voice of biomedical and health research in the UK. We have a Fellowship of the most influential scientists in the UK and worldwide. The Academy’s new strategy sets out its vision of good health for all supported by the best research and evidence. The Academy’s FORUM provides an independent platform for individuals from across academia, industry, the NHS and Government, and the charity, regulatory and wider healthcare sector, to meet and take forward national discussions on scientific opportunities, technology trends and associated strategic choices for healthcare. Patients and carers make an important and increasing contribution to our FORUM activities.
We are looking for someone with the skills and experience to both develop and deliver high impact policy events and to strengthen and grow the membership of the FORUM. We will need you to build close links and partnerships with FORUM members and other key stakeholders across the life sciences sector and ensure that they can contribute to the Academy’s wider work programme. You will have an understanding of the UK life sciences or health and care research ecosystems, including the factors that influence research and its translation into benefits for society. Ideally you will have worked in an organisation that seeks to influence policy or that is related to life sciences or health research. You will communicate with confidence and clarity, and be able to identify and harness synergies between and within organisations.
Excellent benefits include: generous leave allowance, Academy pension scheme, and travel assistance amongst others. The Academy is based in offices near Oxford Circus. The Academy has an agile working policy and staff are encouraged to work in the office at least once a week. We want to ensure diversity of thought and experience in all we do and for our staff to be able to bring their authentic self to work every day. To apply for this position, please visit our website via the button below.
For further information and to apply, please visit our website via the apply button.
Closing date: 5.00pm on Thursday 14 July 2022.
Virtual interviews provisionally scheduled for 21 July 2022.
Full time 35 hours per week
Grade D - pay circa £40k depending on location and experience
Location - Flexible but regular (2 days) travel to London Office (Euston) required
Close date: Friday 8th July 2022
Interview date: July 2022
The Royal College of General Practitioners is the largest membership organisation solely for GPs in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1952, it has over 54,000 members who are committed to improving patient care, developing their own skills and promoting general practice as a discipline. General practice is the largest branch of the medical profession. It provides some 1 million consultations for patients in the UK every working day and deals with 86% of the health problems experienced by the UK population.
The RCGP Council meets four times a year and makes decisions on strategic and policy issues, professional issues and the overall strategic aims of RCGP.
There is attendance from both nationally elected and faculty appointed representatives as well from the Leadership team and individuals from the College's internal and external stakeholder groups (Observers).
The Governance Manager will be required to:
1- provide clerking, coordination and administrative support services to Council, Council standing committees, sub-committees and working groups
2 - oversee the annual national and Council member ballots & elections
3 -providing governance/constitutional advice, guidance and support to the Executive Management Team and College Officers
4- manage, monitor and ensure an effective and comprehensive web presence (both website and intranet) of the department and its work / committees.
The Royal College of General Practitioners is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
~ Putting members at the heart of everything we do ~
ABradford Trident wishes to recruit a suitably qualified person for the post of
CLICS Volunteer Coordinator - 20% of a 37 hour week (0.2 fte)
1 years fixed term contract (+ 1 year extension subject to programme performance)
Salary: £24,720 (pro rata) Plus 6.6% matched pension contribution
Funded by Bradford Districts CCG from the Reducing Health Inequalities in City, CLICS (Central Locality Integrated Care Service) is about helping members of the community access support to better self-manage their health and wellbeing and long-term health conditions. The successful post holder will be a member of CLICS team, a new service, operating across the three Community Partnership and will manage and lead a team of CLICS Community Health Champion volunteer across the BD5 locality.
CLICS Volunteer Coordinator will:
- Take the lead for volunteering in CLICS
- Lead on delivering and sourcing training for volunteers
- Provide supervision and support for CLICS Health Champion Volunteers
- Ensure links with Living Well Academy
- Represent the service at meeting
Applicants should have:
- Experience of working with/for community-based groups
- Experience of recruiting and supporting volunteers and organising training
- Experience of partnership working
- Knowledge of health issues/social determinants of health
- Knowledge and experience of working in a multi-cultural environment with disadvantaged sections of the community
We are also recruiting for an End of Life Support Officer (15 hours). Candidates are welcome to apply for a combination of posts if they fulfil the requirements
These posts are regulated and therefore not exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 2010. An enhanced DBS check will be required for the successful applicant.
Closing Date: Monday 5:00pm, 04 July 2022
Interviews: Tuesday (pm), 12 July 2022
Applications packs can be obtained from our website
At the Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre (ICNARC), we work to ensure the best possible critical care by facilitating improvements in the structure, process, outcomes and experiences - for patients and for those who care for them.
We achieve this by developing and sharing information about the quality of critical care to those who finance, commission, manage, deliver and experience critical care (both within and outside the NHS) through our national clinical audit and through our national and international research.
Please visit our website for more information about what we do and our annual report.
The Chief Operating Officer will lead and oversee on all commercial and operational aspects of management for ICNARC in line with the strategic vision and business objectives.
Principal duties and responsibilities will include:
Leadership and oversight:
o To support the Director in the development and implementation of ICNARC’s strategic vision and supporting business plans for approval by the Board of Management (Trustees).
o Work effectively and transparently with Trustees and all other Board of Management Sub-Committees, the Senior Management Team (SMT) and ICNARC staff to promote an inclusive, vibrant and high-performing organisation.
o Provide leadership and guidance to the Operations team and oversee their support for ICNARC’s audit, research and data services.
o Maintain strong financial, budgetary and internal controls in reporting on all aspects of ICNARC’s operations.
o Provide and develop management information which communicates progress against strategic, business and financial plans.
o Further develop accounting system (QuickBooks) and associated budgeting, reporting and forecasting tools.
o Monthly, quarterly and annual reporting to SMT, to the Audit & Risk Sub-Committee and to the Board of Management (Trustees).
o Deliver a finance strategy for ICNARC which supports the overall business plan and enables it to operate successfully and continue to grow, as planned.
o Ensure that ICNARC is compliant with all legal, regulatory and governance requirements relevant for an organisation registered with the Charity Commission, operating in the fields of national and international healthcare audit and research. This includes working with the Senior Information Risk Owner (SIRO) and the Data Protection Officer (DPO) to establish and monitor Information Governance policies and procedures.
o Deliver IT processes and controls which enhance all aspects of data security, platform stability and speed while embedding continuous improvement into all aspects of the IT services function.
o Experience in leading and developing corporate support functions within an SME environment with complex revenue recognition and varying income streams.
o MBA or equivalent e.g. professional accountancy qualification (ACA, ACCA, CIMA, etc).
o Strong analytical skills – confident with all aspects of budgeting and financial reporting, finance systems and detailed accounting experience an advantage.
o Proven track record of working in an organisation that has been through significant change and being part of the team that led that change.
o Experience of working within the not-for-profit sector.
For a full Role Description and Person Specification, please see the Candidate Information Pack.
How to Apply
To express your interest in the role, please submit the following:
• An up-to-date CV with details of two referees. We will not contact them without your permission.
• A supporting statement that outlines your motivation for applying and addresses the criteria in the Person Specification.
If you would like to have an informal discussion about the role, please get in touch with Melissa Baxter (contact details on the Russam website).
Closing date for applications: Friday 8th July 2022
Preliminary discussions with Russam: W/c Monday 18th July 2022
Interview with ICNARC: W/c Monday 1st August 2022
We look forward to receiving your application.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our Therapies Service team at Terrence Higgins Trust. The Deputy Therapies Manager ( job-share) will help to manage and support the delivery of the Counselling Service to provide counselling and psychotherapy to adult clients living with HIV and at risk of poor sexual health. This is an excellent time to join the team as the Counselling Service is developing and expanding within a thriving department, you will ensure the recruitment of trainee therapists , allocation of service users to therapists supporting staff and trainees. The Deputy Therapies Manager will contribute to the development of the service while maintaining safety and meeting targets.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Can you help us develop the next generation of SRH consultants?
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) are the leaders in the field of sexual and reproductive healthcare, and we are the voice for professionals working in this area. As a multi-disciplinary professional membership organisation, we set clinical guidance and standards, provide training and lifelong education, and champion safe and effective sexual and reproductive health care across the life course for all.
About the role
We’re recruiting a Specialty Support Officer to oversee our CSRH (Community Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare) specialty training programme and support candidates on pathways to enter the GMC’s (General Medical Council) specialist register. You’ll be part of a small and dynamic team working alongside senior clinicians and trainees undertaking postgraduate specialty training, playing a key role to ensure the future of the SRH workforce.
We are looking for an efficient administrator who uses their excellent communications skills to work confidently and collaboratively with a range of stakeholders. You will ensure the quality and standards of our specialty curriculum and assessment framework, while providing a positive experience for our trainees and trainers. You will be able to understand and navigate complex processes, use your initiative to solve problems and make improvements, and comfortable with digital solutions.
This role will work closely with the Head of Specialty Training to:
- Progress the development and delivery of the products within the remit of speciality training. This includes end-to-end product ownership and quality assurance of the training programme
- Offer excellent support to CESR (Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration) applicants, Trainees, Educational Supervisors and Training Programme Directors to progress their journeys
- Maintain and develop the CSRH curriculum and assessment framework, utilising the required digital systems
- Support the monitoring & evaluation and reporting of the specialty training programme and related products
- Provide high-quality administrative support for committees and associated working groups or panels
- To liaise with third party suppliers to maintain and improve products and user journeys
- Provide project support for specialty related projects
Application for this role is by CV and a covering letter (no more than two pages). Your cover letter should outline why you are applying for the role, and how you meet the person specification criteria. To apply, please see the details in the attached job description or visit our website for further details.
The closing date to apply for this role is Monday 11 July at 10am. Interviews are likely to take place on w/c 18 July and will be held virtually.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Do you want to be part of making a positive difference to the health & wellbeing of people in our local community? Are you passionate about driving service improvement, innovation and change? KHL are looking for a Project Lead for Healthy Lifestyles projects at our community centre in Keighley. You will work with the KHL team to develop and implement lifestyle change projects.
Keighley Healthy Living (KHL) is a charity based in Keighley, West Yorkshire which aims to support the health and wellbeing of the diverse local population and combat health inequalities through the work we do.
KHL offer a wide range of health-focused activities based around social, physical and mental wellbeing, including diet, nutrition, healthy lifestyles and physical activity projects.
We offer a flexible and supportive work environment with staff benefits including enhanced leave, pension contribution, plus professional development opportunities.
To apply please send your CV and up to two pages of supporting documents to outline why you are suitable for this role.
Closing date: Sunday 17th July
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Newport, Blaenau Gwent and surrounding areas
Are you a highly effective, proactive and inspiring individual who is passionate about making a difference? If so, St Giles is looking for an experienced Coach to provide centred support to a caseload of service users.
About St Giles and the St Giles Wise Partnership
St Giles is an award-winning social justice charity using expertise and real-life past experiences to empower people who are not getting the help they need. People held back by poverty, exploited, abused, dealing with addiction or mental health problems, caught up in crime or a combination of these issues and others. We show people there is a way to build a better future for themselves and those they care about and help them create this through support, advice, and training.
The Wise Group is a leading social enterprise working to lift people out of poverty. As an enterprise, we build bridges to opportunity for the most vulnerable in our society. Our team does this through mentoring support, employment, skills, and energy advice. St Giles and The Wise Group came together to form a partnership with the aim of supporting the Probation Resettlement reforms by offering a high-quality service underpinned by staff who have lived experience and cultural competency. As a result, we have been awarded contracts to deliver Personal Wellbeing Services for North and South Wales. These services will involve a range of support to community offenders and prison leavers including families, emotional wellbeing, lifestyle and associates and social inclusion (including meet at the gates).
About this exciting opportunity
Our successful candidate will provide person-centered support to a caseload of service users who will either be serving community sentences or being released from prison. You will create a safe and trusting environment, using trauma informed practice to successfully facilitate a supportive and constructive relationship with service users. Developing and maintaining positive working relationships with external agencies including Probation, Prisons, partners, and others who will assist in achieving prescribed outcomes for service users is a key element of the role.
To secure this role, you must have:
- Experience of working within male adults in the criminal justice system whether in the community or in prisons
- Experience of engaging successfully with challenging people, for example people who have complex needs, people who are reluctant to discuss their needs, and people who are angry and confused
- Knowledge and understanding of the requirements of managing a caseload including maintaining and updating records, remaining focused on action plan goals, and keeping to deadlines
- Knowledge of and commitment to safeguarding practices and policies, and ability to promote safeguarding among vulnerable clients and colleagues.
- An ability to work sensitively with clients applying trauma informed strategies, actively listening and able to use a range of communication methods when providing information and support
- Ability to work resiliently under pressure, meet deadlines, work on own initiative and part of a team.
- Welsh speaker desirable
In return, you can expect a competitive salary, generous leave allowance, staff pension, flexible working, a mentoring program, an advice and counselling service, access to clinical supervisions, season ticket loan and much more.
We positively encourage applications if you have previously worked on a client-led support project, have had personal adverse experiences such as homelessness, substance misuse, debt, involvement with gangs etc.
Vetting process will be in accordance with Cabinet Office Baseline Personnel Security Standards (BPSS).
As an organisation that works with children and adults at risk we are committed to safeguarding, protecting and promoting the safety of our clients. An enhanced DBS check is required for all successful applicants.
As the successful candidate will need to undertake security vetting, although we encourage people with lived experience to apply for our roles, Ex-Offenders as defined by the MOJ ‘Ex-offenders are defined as individuals whose community/suspended sentence order; licence or post sentence supervision has been completed and there is no longer a right to recall’ may not pass security vetting.
Please note St Giles will guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria set out in the Job Description for the vacancy.
Closing date: 11pm, 31 August 2022. Interviews: Interviews will be arranged as suitable candidates are identified, so early application is strongly advised.
A ydych chi'n unigolyn hynod effeithiol, rhagweithiol ac ysbrydoledig sy'n angerddol dros wneud gwahaniaeth? Os felly, mae St Giles yn chwilio am Hyfforddwr profiadol i ddarparu cymorth wedi'i ganoli i lwyth achosion o ddefnyddwyr gwasanaeth.
Ynglŷn â St Giles a Phartneriaeth St Giles Wise
Mae St Giles yn elusen cyfiawnder cymdeithasol arobryn sy'n defnyddio arbenigedd a phrofiadau go iawn o’r gorffennol i rymuso pobl nad ydynt yn cael y cymorth sydd ei angen arnynt. Pobl sy'n cael eu dal yn ôl gan dlodi, wedi'u hecsbloetio, eu cam-drin, sy’n delio â dibyniaeth neu broblemau iechyd meddwl, sy’n gaeth i drosedd neu gyfuniad o'r materion hyn ac eraill. Rydym yn dangos i bobl fod modd creu adeiladu dyfodol gwell iddynt hwy eu hunain a'r rhai y maent yn poeni amdanynt ac yn eu helpu i greu’r dyfodol hwn drwy gymorth, cyngor a hyfforddiant.
Mae’r The Wise Group yn fenter gymdeithasol flaenllaw sy'n ceisio codi pobl allan o dlodi. Fel menter, rydym yn adeiladu pontydd i gyfle i'r rhai mwyaf agored i niwed yn ein cymdeithas. Mae ein tîm yn gwneud hyn drwy gymorth mentora, cyflogaeth, sgiliau a chyngor ynni. Daeth St Giles a The Wise Group at ei gilydd i ffurfio partneriaeth gyda'r nod o gefnogi'r diwygiadau Ailsefydlu Prawf drwy gynnig gwasanaeth o ansawdd uchel wedi'i ategu gan staff sydd â phrofiad byw a chymhwysedd diwylliannol. O ganlyniad, dyfarnwyd cytundebau i ni i ddarparu Gwasanaethau Lles Personol ar gyfer Gogledd a De Cymru. Bydd y gwasanaethau hyn yn cynnwys amrywiaeth o gymorth i droseddwyr cymunedol a'r rhai sy'n gadael carchardai gan gynnwys teuluoedd, lles emosiynol, ffordd o fyw a chysylltiadau cyswllt a chynhwysiant cymdeithasol (gan gynnwys cwrdd wrth y gatiau).
Ynghylch y cyfle cyffrous hwn
Bydd yr ymgeisydd llwyddiannus yn darparu cymorth sydd wedi’i ganolbwyntio ar yr unigolyn i lwyth achosion o ddefnyddwyr gwasanaeth a fydd naill ai'n cyflawni dedfrydau cymunedol neu'n cael eu rhyddhau o'r carchar. Byddwch yn creu amgylchedd diogel ac ymddiriedus, gan ddefnyddio ymarfer sy'n seiliedig ar drawma i greu perthynas gefnogol ac adeiladol gyda defnyddwyr gwasanaeth. Mae datblygu a chynnal perthynas waith gadarnhaol ag asiantaethau allanol gan gynnwys y Gwasanaeth Prawf, Carchardai, partneriaid ac eraill a fydd yn helpu i gyflawni canlyniadau rhagnodedig i ddefnyddwyr gwasanaeth yn elfen allweddol o'r rôl.
Er mwyn ymgymryd â’r rôl hon, rhaid i chi fod â’r canlynol:
- Profiad o weithio gydag oedolion gwrywaidd yn y system cyfiawnder troseddol, boed yn y gymuned neu mewn carchardai
- Profiad o ymgysylltu'n llwyddiannus gyda phobl heriol, er enghraifft pobl sydd ag anghenion cymhleth, pobl sy'n amharod i drafod eu hanghenion, a phobl sy'n ddig ac yn ddryslyd
- Gwybodaeth a dealltwriaeth o ofynion rheoli llwyth achosion gan gynnwys cynnal a diweddaru cofnodion, canolbwyntio ar nodau'r cynllun gweithredu dros gyfnod o amser, a chadw at derfynau amser
- Gwybodaeth am ac ymrwymiad i ddiogelu arferion a pholisïau, a'r gallu i hyrwyddo diogelu ymhlith cleientiaid a chydweithwyr sy'n agored i niwed.
- Y gallu i weithio mewn dull sensitif gyda chleientiaid gan ddefnyddio strategaethau sail-trawma, gwrando'n weithredol a defnyddio ystod o ddulliau cyfathrebu wrth ddarparu gwybodaeth a chymorth
- Y gallu i ddal i weithio o dan bwysau, cwrdd â therfynau amser, gweithio ar eich liwt ei hun ac yn rhan o dîm.
- Siaradwr Cymraeg yn ddymunol
Yn gyfnewid am hyn, gallwch ddisgwyl cyflog cystadleuol, lwfans gwyliau hael, pensiwn staff, gweithio hyblyg, rhaglen fentora, gwasanaeth cyngor a chwnsela, mynediad i oruchwyliaethau clinigol, benthyciad tocyn teithio tymor a llawer mwy.
Rydym yn eich annog i geisio am y swydd os ydych eisoes wedi gweithio ar brosiect cymorth a arweinir gan gleientiaid, wedi cael profiadau niweidiol personol fel digartrefedd, camddefnyddio sylweddau, dyled, ymwneud â gangiau ac ati.
Bydd y broses fetio yn unol â Safonau Diogelwch Personél Sylfaenol Swyddfa'r Cabinet (BPSS).
Fel sefydliad sy'n gweithio gyda phlant ac oedolion sydd mewn perygl, rydym wedi ymrwymo i ddiogelu, amddiffyn a hyrwyddo diogelwch ein cleientiaid. Mae angen gwiriad DBS manylach ar gyfer pob ymgeisydd llwyddiannus.
Bydd angen i'r ymgeisydd llwyddiannus ymgymryd â fetio diogelwch. Er ein bod yn annog pobl sydd â phrofiad personol i wneud cais am ein rolau, efallai na fydd cyn-droseddwyr fel y'u diffinnir gan y Weinyddiaeth Cyfiawnder ('Diffinnir cyn-droseddwyr fel unigolion y mae eu gorchymyn dedfryd gymunedol/ataliedig, goruchwyliaeth trwydded neu ôl-ddedfryd wedi'i chwblhau ac nid oes hawl bellach i alw'n ôl') yn pasio fetio diogelwch.
Noder y bydd St Giles yn gwarantu cyfweliad i bob ymgeisydd anabl sy'n bodloni'r meini prawf gofynnol a nodir yn y Disgrifiad Swydd ar gyfer y swydd wag hon.
Dyddiad cau: 11yh, 31 Awst 2022. Cyfweliadau: Bydd cyfweliadau'n cael eu trefnu wrth i ymgeiswyr addas gael eu nodi, felly fe'ch cynghorir yn gryf i wneud cais cynnar
A charity who has supported adults of all ages to maintain their independence are looking to recruit for a Mental Health Projects Manager.
Reporting to the organisation director you will be part of the organisation management team which inputs on the operations and Co Safeguarding lead for the organisation
This is a full time 35 hours per week, permanent position based in London, which offers flexible hybrid working arrangements.
As the Mental Health Projects Manager, you will be managing projects. The purpose and aim of the main project is to enable mental health service users to be active and meaningful in the delivery, planning, development, and monitoring of mental health services.
As appropriate this will cover Primary, Secondary, and Social Care settings and to foster good working relationships with the community, voluntary and statutory groups, and other key agencies and stakeholders
You will also act as a conduit between the mental health community and the Mental Health Clinical Reference Group at key groups, meetings, and forums at the Mental Health Trust and at the Borough Council and the voluntary sector. You will Maintain and promote an active group (s) of service users to exchange experiences of using services, information, and news.
To be considered for the role you will have the following skills, knowledge and experience:
*Experience in working directly with mental health service users regardless of ethnicity, religion, and including LGBTQ+ service users.
*Experience of working in, or associated with, health and social care in a mental health context.
*Good understanding of different mental health conditions including mild to moderate and serious mental illness.
*Developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders both established and new.
*Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to present and explain complex issues to different audiences.
*Must be willing to undergo a Disclosure & Barring (DBS) check and take part in any required training.
If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting opportunity, please get in touch now for a more detailed job description.
We want you to have every opportunity to demonstrate your skills, ability and potential; please contact us if you require any assistance or adjustment so that we can help with making the application process work for you.
Great Teams, common purpose and competitive salary and benefits packages
Our client believes life with a complex and incurable condition doesn’t have to be limiting. They believe people are more than their diagnosis, and they are passionate about helping people and their families live their best life possible.
Our client strives to develop and deliver new services and are looking to recruit to their existing clinical teams which includes community and ward-based nurses of various grades, therapists, counsellors, health care assistants, together with a range of additional opportunities in their support services teams, retail outlets and fundraising teams who all vital posts to support and make up their overall organisation structure.
Our client is looking for a Senior Health and Safety Advisor / Health and Safety Manager
Can you implement, facilitate and promote health and safety within an organisation based around objectives and incorporate these actions into an organisational strategy. Provide competent health and safety advice and capable of driving high safety standards.
Our client is looking for someone to:
- To Implement processes to proactively manage and promote health and safety across the organisation.
- Design and deliver comprehensive health and safety information, education and training packages to managers and staff to support the health and safety management system.
- Regularly analyse health, safety and risk data for trends and prepare and present divisional health & safety reports to include statistical/performance data.
Do you have the following skills, qualifications, and attributes?
- National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety (level 6) or equivalent degree level qualification
- Chartered member of IOSH (CMIOSH)
- Hold a relevant training qualification and be licensed to deliver IOSH training
- Extensive and demonstrable experience at managerial or senior level
- A sound knowledge of health and safety legislation and the ability to interpret and advise accordingly.
- A can-do attitude and are a completer finisher
- A team player but also comfortable and confident to work alone to support and deliver on sometimes time sensitive matters
If so, our client would very much like to hear from you around this exciting permanent role, they are offering a generous and competitive salary package that consists of:
- 22.5 working hours per week, flexible that can also be worked flexibly over the month
- Excellent competitive salary up to £45,954 per annum, pro rata
- Excellent benefits including generous annual leave, life assurance, contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme, free car parking in their beautiful surroundings and gardens, flexibility around hybrid working
- Career progression and development opportunities and training
- Location : Compton – Wolverhampton
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An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Individual Giving Manager to join our ambitious Supporter Marketing Team, who are responsible for generating around £1.5m in income a year through recruiting new donors and building relationships with existing donors, including legacies. This role will require the successful candidate to have overall responsibility for the operational delivery of the Individual Giving strategy, using proven fundraising techniques across print and digital to grow and diversify our programme, engaging with both new and existing audiences to support our work with children with brain injury and neurodisability.
You'll plan, manage and deliver innovative and impactful supporter campaigns across a range of channels. With the ability to resolve everyday challenges and obstacles, you will deliver and drive forward a range of Direct Marketing fundraising campaigns through the full creative process, from briefing to concept, through to final delivery, as well as reviewing results and making recommendations. You will also be responsible for developing and implementing legacy marketing plans, utilising channels including direct marketing, digital and events.
The ideal candidate will have proven working knowledge of direct marketing and fundraising principles and practice, with the ability to use this knowledge to engage with supporters. Experience of delivering an income and expenditure target, project management or managing complex programmes of work and of creative development and proven success in donor development and/or acquisition campaigns is essential for this role. You will also possess the skills to lead a diverse team and build excellent working relationships.
Hybrid working available.
PLEASE NOTE: The Children's Trust Application Form MUST be completed and submitted, in order for your application to be considered. As part of the shortlisting process, gaps in employment will be examined and will be further explored during the interview process.
The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with acquired brain injury, providing expert rehabilitation, education, therapy and care at our national specialist centre in Tadworth, and to children and their families across the UK, via our Brain Injury Community Service.
Boasting a beautiful 24-acre site in Surrey, we are located just outside of London, close to the M25 (accessible via Junction 8, A217 to Tadworth) and easily accessible via National Rail, by way of: Clapham Junction, Sutton and Epsom.
The work we do is highly rewarding, and in addition to an attractive salary, we offer a valuable range of benefits, including, adoption pay, time off for fertility treatment, enhanced paternity leave, paid carers leave, time out days for those experiencing menopause symptoms, time off for gender reassignment, and much more. We also offer additional annual leave days for those with long service, with entitlements ranging from 35 to 41 days (including bank holidays) depending on your length of service. Other benefits include: free on-site parking; a staff shuttle service from Coulsdon South train station to Tadworth Court; subsidised cafeteria; on-site staff accommodation (subject to availability); the ability to retain your NHS pension (where applicable) or the opportunity to join an alternative scheme; and the opportunity to develop and implement your expertise in an environment that is as unusual in its beautiful historic nature, as it is unique in its state-of-the-art facilities.
The Children’s Trust is fully committed to protecting children and young people. All posts at The Children's Trust are subject to an enhanced DBS check. If you are applying to The Children's Trust, and are already registered with the DBS update service, this will speed up the recruitment process significantly.
The Children’s Trust has a duty of care to minimise the risk of all infectious diseases to the vulnerable and extremely vulnerable children and young people in our care, as well as our employees and volunteers. As a result, we require staff to provide a valid NHS Covid Pass (or proof of Covid vaccinations or medical exemption) for all roles at Tadworth Court and in the Brain Injury Community Service. We also expect staff to have taken or be willing to take relevant immunisations required by the role to protect them against infectious diseases, (unless you are medically exempt).
At The Children’s Trust we recognise how important it is to have leadership that reflects the children, young people and families that we support. We also recognise that staff, comprised of a range of skills, backgrounds and experiences will help us to better understand the needs of those we support, and how we can best represent their interests. We, therefore, particularly welcome applications from disabled people, individuals from diverse ethnic backgrounds and those from other under-represented groups. The Children’s Trust is committed to achieving equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) across all levels of the organisation.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.