Assert are a growing charity that supports Autistic adults in Brighton and Hove. We have an exciting opportunity for someone with the right skills, empathy and experience to help us provide an essential service in the city.
Undertaking specialist Benefit Case work to support service users to access and maintain the welfare benefits that they are entitled to. A solid knowledge of the benefits system, welfare rights and entitlements, application processes and local eligibility criteria are all essential to the role. Supporting members in application processes, providing supporting evidence, requesting appeals and attending tribunals are all important within the role. Great organisational skills, the ability to manage and prioritise your own workload whilst working positively and enthusiastically within a small team are essential.
For more information please email Sarah Bourne for a copy of the Job Description and Personal Specification. Application process is a copy of your CV with a covering letter of up to 4 sides of A4 detailing how you meet the criteria listing in the Personal Specification.
Closing date is Tuesday 8th October at 5pm Interviews will be held on Tuesday 15th October.
Fixed term contract until 09/07/2021 (with the aim of an extension following this)
Help us to shape health and social care policy
The King’s Fund is a leading charity that helps to shape policy and transform services to improve health and social care in England.
To increase its impact and reach, The King’s Fund raises additional income and support from a variety of sources. As such, fostering effective corporate relationships is an important area for the Fund. The strategy combines a corporate partnership and corporate supporter programme with event sponsorship and exhibition sales. All income generation is carried out in line with our Ethical Collaboration Policy.
Sitting in the Events and Partnerships team, the post holder will carry out income generation activity, primarily through new business. Adopting a consultative sales approach, the post holder will build relationships with potential Corporate Partners and Supporters and secure sponsorship and exhibition income for our conferences and online events.
Key responsibilities include:
- Generates funds from the private sector, by developing a pipeline for both the Fund’s Corporate Partnerships programmes and event sponsorship and exhibition for the Fund’s conferences and online events, while protecting the Fund’s reputation for independence and quality.
- Secures meetings with potential partners, supporters, or sponsors.
- Builds and maintains strong external relationships with commercial organisations through face-to-face meetings and extensive telephone work.
You’ll have a record of success in new business development/sales roles and experience of maximising opportunities from researching prospects to generating meetings and securing income to achieve targets.
The role will include working at occasional early morning and evening events.
In addition to a competitive salary, The King’s Fund offers generous holiday entitlements, a £3 daily discount in our café and an on-site gym.
To apply please visit our website and read our supplementary guidance documents, then download and fill in our Application Form. This needs to be returned by email by Monday 14 October 2019. Please do not send CVs.
For further information and an application form, please visit our website.
No agencies please.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications is Monday 14 October 2019 at noon. Late applications will not be considered.
We regret that we cannot respond individually to all applicants due to the high number of applications we receive. If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks of the closing date, please assume that you have not been shortlisted for interview. Please note that we are unable to offer feedback to applicants who are not shortlisted for interview.
Interviews will be held the week commencing 28 October 2019.
The King’s Fund is committed to equal opportunities in all its activities, and appointments will be determined solely on merit. Applications are welcomed from all sections of the community, including those from minority ethnic groups and those with disabilities.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We're looking for two Co-ordinators for our recently launched Newcastle Citywide Drop-ins. The service provides a social place for asylum seekers, refugees and other migrants to connect to others in the community and to the support services they may need at the earliest opportunity. This is an exciting new project that will be part of a national Asylum Early Action Practitioners’ Network to share learning and embed preventative approaches within organisations supporting people seeking asylum across England. This project aims to enable beneficiaries to understand the crisis points within the asylum system and how to avoid or de-escalate them.
The successful candidates will work with the Drop-in Manager to continue development of the project, recruit and support volunteers and partner agencies to provide services for beneficiaries. The Co-ordinators will demonstrate a strong awareness of the issues facing asylum seekers and refugees. They will be excellent team players as well as equally able to work alone, have excellent organisational and communication skills and experience of working within the voluntary sector.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Recruiting a Support Worker to join our Mental Health service in Lambeth!
£21,944 per annum, 40 hours per week plus 25 days Annual Leave, Pension schemes, Staff discounts, healthcare and more.
Lambeth Long-term Mental Health is an accommodation based service, set across south Lambeth. We have three staff based hubs where we provide long-term supported housing on site, and five visiting support services, where customers live more independently. We also service two short-term post hospital discharge schemes for customers, who need support following hospital admission. The role of the Team Leader is to support front line staff fulfil their roles, and assist the Contract Manager with developing and sustaining a good quality service to all our customers. An essential part of this role involves developing good partnership working with landlords, care and social work teams.
To enable vulnerable people living in a variety of different tenures to manage their tenancies/ licences and move towards greater independence within the community by providing a flexible and individually tailored support package.
- Undertake key-working responsibilities for a caseload assigned by the Team Leader/ Manager
- Undertake initial and continuous assessment of needs and potential risks and agree levels of support and actions
- Create support/action plans for providing appropriate services based on the assessment and reflecting the services and resources available
- Support customers to undertake all domestic tasks wherever possible, including practical assistance where they have not yet developed the skills, to ensure customers enjoy a high quality of accommodation
- Develop and maintain links with all key agencies and service providers in the local community
- Empower customers to ensure they receive the service and benefits they are entitled to
- Undertake all administrative work and keep accurate and comprehensive tenant/customer records to professional standards
- Encourage and enable tenants to pay their rent and to ensure that rent accounts are managed effectively in conjunction with the Housing Management team
- Ensure that referrals are chased proactively so that properties which can be used to house those in need are filled as efficiently as possible
- Adhere to Look Ahead's Policies and Procedures
- Engage in learning and development activity to increase knowledge and skills
- Undertake any other duties consistent with the grade and nature of the post as may be reasonably assigned
This is not an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that may be required from time to time and is subject to change in accordance with the needs of Look Ahead.
- Enjoys social interaction and the company of others, joins in local activities to encourage customer involvement
- Approachable and open behaviour
- Prefers working as part of a group or team
- Is fundamentally calm and resilient, does not let emotion adversely affect them or obscure their judgement
- Has a practical and logical mind and is naturally well organised
- Open to feedback and self development
- Thrives on change and enjoys dynamic diverse environments
- Is confident with high levels of self-esteem
- Is respectful, articulate and sensitive in style of communication
- Is essentially customer-focused
- Is motivated towards excellence and improvement of personal performance with a can do attitude
- Ability to cope positively with challenging and diverse behaviours
- Good Standard of English, Maths & IT Skills
Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
- Up to NVQ Level 2/3 or equivalent or experience in the social care/charity sector
- Experience working in mental health
- Experience of working within a supported housing/accommodation based service
- Experience of working within a social inclusion/ customer engagement role
Please note that we have the right to close any vacancy before the advertised closing date if we have received a high number of applications.
If your application for this role is unsuccessful, but we feel that you would be suitable for another role, we may contact you to discuss alternative opportunities. If this occurs you would not need to submit another application for the alternative role.
Children and Young People’s Team Leader - Care (Days)
Dartington, Nr Totnes
Salary: £22,609.60 - £24,440.00
Working hours: 40 hours per week - full time
We are looking for an inspirational Team Leader to join our team at Robins, our 10 bed Residential & Respite Home in Dartington.
Children and young people with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything we do, and we want every person we support to have a great life with excellent outcomes. We couldn’t achieve that without all of our great support teams. It all starts with you!
As a Team Leader, you will be managing, supporting and guiding a team of support workers who strive to deliver quality care whilst making a difference to all our children and young people. As well as leading your team, you will also be responsible for actively safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people in the home.
Our staff come from lots of different backgrounds, people with little or no experience but want a job that involves helping people, those who want a change of career as well as experienced support staff. The one thing that links them all together is their desire to work with young learning disabled people, make their lives better, and help them to learn something new or take a further step towards independence. Our staff certainly don’t see what they do as ‘just another job’.
No two days will be the same as you will be supporting your team to deliver a variety of different tasks and activities whilst helping the young people to learn the skills they need to live the life they choose.
As a full-time Team Leader on days, you will work a pattern of 2 days on, 2 days off and as shifts are planned in advance, you will know exactly what your work pattern is so that you can plan your life outside of work. A typical term-time day shift is 14:30 - 21:30 and during school holidays and weekends the shift is usually 08:00 – 20:00. In addition, you will also be required to work some early morning shifts during term time.
Ideally, you will have previous experience in this sector and must hold a Level 3 Diploma in Residential Childcare (or equivalent). In return, we would like to support you in making care work your career, offering you an extensive induction on commencement of employment and an amazing array of training opportunities. We will also work with you on your own individual development plan to help you to progress your career and become our management for the future.
We are a well-established charity that provides an excellent range of staff benefits including 30 days’ annual leave on starting, a company pension scheme and a staff discount scheme.
Lifeworks is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and they expect all staff to share this commitment. For this post, pre-employment checks will be carried out, references will be sought, and successful candidates will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check.
As a Disability Confident Employer, we are committed to encouraging applications from applicants who declare they have a disability, provided they meet the minimum job criteria as specified in the person specification, by offering a guaranteed interview.
PLEASE NOTE: In accordance with the Children’s Home Regulations 2015, applicants need to be 21 years or over to be able to work at Robins.
To apply for the role of Children and Young People’s Team Leader, please apply via the button shown.
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Additional Keywords: Children and Young People’s Team Leader, Care, Healthcare Team Leader, Healthcare Supervisor, Care Supervisor, Care Team Leader, Healthcare, Social Care.
Sense are looking for an experienced Regional Fundraiser to join our team as we embark on a period of growth and development.
Title: Community Fundraising Manager - North of England
Reference number: 43596
Hours: 37.5 hours per week, full time
Location: Wakefield, Homebased
Contract type: Permanent
Salary: Circa £30,000 per annum (Inc home working allowance)
It is a really exciting time to join the team at Sense as we embark on a new 3-year strategy that will see us increase income as well as the number and quality of our supporter relationships. The Community Fundraising team is a core part of this strategy, bringing together and activating supporters across our shops and services networks as well as individuals, groups and businesses across the country to fundraise and engage with our cause.
About the Role
The role will be home based in the North of England, supporting fundraisers in the local area as well as our shops and key services in the region. We will expect the right candidate to be willing to travel within the region, building strong relationships and tailoring the support for local groups, businesses and individuals.
Our key services in this region are based in Leeds, Sheffield and Wakefield and there are shops in several locations which you can view on our website. A map is attached to our recruitment site showing the split of the region.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, ambitious and engaging person who will help to proactively grow our income and develop excellent supporter relationship. You will have great communication skills and feel confident in speaking to people over the phone and in person, including giving presentations to current and prospective supporters. You will be self-motivated and ideally have experience of working from home within a geographically dispersed team. We are also looking for someone who is proactive and enjoys getting out and about, meeting people face to face and picking up the phone to speak to prospective supporters.
You will also have a strong track record of meeting and exceeding targets and of working with income budgets including forecasting and mitigation planning.
This role will require access to a car and a full UK driving license and team members are reimbursed for their mileage. You will also be required to work evenings and weekends when necessary but will receive time off in lieu for this time.
For everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind. Sense is here to help people communicate and experience the world.
We believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential.
Sense has a proven record of offering high quality, pioneering services.
Working at Sense can be incredibly rewarding; we offer the opportunity to work in a large, diverse and successful charity where people can develop their skills, knowledge and careers in a supportive and flexible environment. In addition, we have excellent training and development, the opportunity for you to join our Group Personal Pension scheme and a generous annual leave entitlement.
Closing date: Monday 7 October 2019
Interview date: To be confirmed
TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION:
If you would like to find out more about this position and to apply, please click the Apply button. You will be directed to our website where you can download the information pack and complete the application process.
We would recommend that you read the candidate guidelines and job description (available on our website) before applying. If you are a disabled candidate and require a hard copy pack or a different format for example large print, Braille or audio, further details can be found on our website.
Sense is an Equal Opportunities Employer and is committed to ensuring that all staff are motivated, skilled and rewarded by their work. Sense is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable children and adults and expects all employees to share this commitment. Therefore, all offers of employment are subject to a number of checks including an enhanced DBS check where appropriate.
No agencies please.
Hours: 22.5 hours per week
Location: Letchworth, with travel to Hitchin and Royston
Salary: From £31,371 FTE, pro-rata for 22.5 hours (FTE is 37 hours), plus up to 5% matched pension contribution
Citizens Advice North Hertfordshire is a local charity, improving lives by giving people free advice and support in times of need. Last year we helped over 5,000 people in North Herts and South Cambridgeshire with issues including debt, housing, benefits, relationship breakdown and discrimination.
We are a busy and dynamic organisation with 19 paid staff and 70 volunteers based across our offices in Letchworth, Hitchin and Royston. We offer information, advice and specialist casework face to face, on the telephone, online and via email.
We are seeking an Administration Manager to manage the administrative, IT, premises and HR functions of the service. The particular focus of this role will be to build our capacity in these areas, utilising existing staff and volunteers appropriately, and recruiting new volunteers where needed. The successful candidate will be a senior member of the management team and input to the strategic direction of the organisation.
How to apply:
Please click on the Apply button for application details.
Application deadline: 9am on Wednesday 9th October 2019
Interviews: Week commencing 21st October 2019
We are equal opportunity employers
Registered Charity 1086489
Imagine not being able to move, sleep, or smile. Feeling anxious or depressed and struggling to think or remember. Your body not feeling like your own. This is what Parkinson's can feel like.
Every hour, two people in the UK are told they have Parkinson's – a brain condition that turns lives upside down, leaving a future full of uncertainty.
Parkinson’s UK is a people-powered movement. Together we will find the cure, and improve life for everybody affected by Parkinson’s. Join us!
About the role
We are looking for a Regional Fundraiser to work across the North West. To be working at Parkinson’s UK at this time could well be a career high and a life event for all of us. We’re moving fast now to deliver better treatments and maybe a cure for Parkinson’s within years, not decades, and you would be part of the team dedicated to providing support and advice to thousands of individuals, groups, local businesses and event participants across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to create the funding to make this possible. What could be a better career reward than that?
What you’ll do:
- Develop and deliver ambitious local fundraising plans and budgets
- Support, motivate and manage a portfolio of individual supporters to fundraise for Parkinson’s U
- Lead on the development and delivery of a portfolio of local fundraising events
- Develop streams of local fundraising in allocated area, including community support, local corporate activity and some major donor work
What you’ll bring:
- Demonstrable experience of general fundraising principles in at least two of the following disciplines: events, community, corporate, major donor.
- Experience of setting and managing budgets to achieve agreed target and working effectively to plan and organise work to meet deadlines.
- Effective communication and listening skills and the ability to work in a modern workplace.
Closing date: 29 September
Parkinson's UK promotes a healthy work life balance with generous holiday allowance, flexi-time and flexible working. Please see our website for more information on our benefits.
For further details on how to apply, please click on the Apply button. Please note, supporting statements must demonstrate how you meet all the essential criteria of the person specification.
The successful candidate will also be required to provide their own broadband service with a minimum download speed of 2Mb.
This role will require an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. If you don’t have a current DBS check, you will be required to apply for one; refusal to do so will result in the offer being withdrawn.
Are you a hands on Operations Manager looking for a new challenge?
Are you passionate about supporting vulnerable adults and children?
Prospectus is delighted to be partnering with Respond, a unique organisation that provides specialist, therapeutic services to individuals with learning disabilities and autism, and their families, with the aim of reducing trauma and abuse, and the impact thereof.
Reporting to the Chief Executive, the overall purpose of this role is to provide operational leadership and management on core functions such as HR, IT, premises, database and data management, compliance and contracts. Working closely with the CEO, the post-holder will be responsible for all operations contracts with service suppliers, supporting with service leads on drafting and negotiating contracts, ensuring they meet accepted industry standards and legislation. You will lead on compliance, budget management and reviewing and updating operational policies. Overseeing the health and safety of the organisation, you will ensure all health and safety procedures are in place and being adhered to. You will also lead on reducing carbon footprint, leading on sustainability and recycling in within the organisation. In addition, you will be responsible for line managing staff with operations functions, including the Office Manager.
To be considered for this role, it is essential to have proven operations management experience with excellent knowledge of IT systems, project management and line management skills. The placed candidate will be able to demonstrate strong listening skills with the ability to forward plan and deliver against established plans. Ideally, you will have experience of implementing and managing a new database, have experience of managing office moves and knowledge of contract procurement and managing service providers.
A full job description will be provided to candidates shortlisted by Prospectus.
Please apply with a Word Document copy of your CV. Cover letters are not required at this stage.
The Brokerage is looking for a Programme Administrator.
The Programme Administrator will work across all of our Talent Development programmes and activities, with primary focus on the Summer Placement Programme for talented sixth formers and the Lloyd’s Community Programme (LCP) partnership.
Our Talent Development team connects young Londoners with career opportunities with some of London’s top employers. We match high calibre candidates with apprenticeship, internship and job opportunities in a variety of sectors, along with providing support and guidance to candidates throughout the recruitment process and their work placements. The team also arrange a variety of events, from small and focused career masterclasses to large evening events for 200+ attendees.
Please apply by sending a CV along with a covering letter, stating how your skills and experience match the person specification for this role. Please note that applications without a covering letter stating how you meet the person specification will not be accepted.
Application deadline: 9am Monday 30th September
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Financial Controller (Part Time)
Harborne, West Midlands
If you are an experienced finance professional looking to make a real difference, this is an amazing opportunity to join a charity that empowers those with disabilities to lead independent, fulfilling lives in an inclusive society.
Focus Birmingham is a leading charity that provides specialist support, advice and guidance to people in the Birmingham area who are affected by sight loss and other disabilities.
Over 29,000 people in Birmingham live with sight loss, which has devastating consequences on day-to-day life. It prevents people from driving and working and can remove their independence, leading to low self-esteem, lack of self-confidence and depression.
We believe that everyone has a right to an independent, happy and fulfilling life and future. We offer a broad range of training and services to help blind, visually impaired and disabled people of all ages to learn, grow and achieve their ambitions.
We are building a springboard to our next phase of exciting growth and are looking for a Financial Controller to join us on a part time basis and lead our finance activities.
- Salary of circa £38,000 - £40,000 pro rata
- 20 days’ holiday pro rata (rising with service)
- Six concessionary days pro rata
This is an exciting time to join our charity as we reach a crucial juncture in our evolution. You will have the chance to play an integral role in strengthening our financial input, enabling us to achieve our growth ambitions and support more people in need than ever before.
As part of our leadership team, you will have the opportunity to shape the future of our charity, share your expertise with staff across the organisation and make a positive, lasting impact.
So, if you want to help a ground-breaking charity continue to change the lives of people in Birmingham, this is the role for you.
As a Financial Controller, you will oversee a small team, as well as the full range of our accounting functions, including the preparation of final accounts.
Taking a hands-on approach to your role, you will:
- Motivate, support and inspire your team to work at their best
- Contribute to the development of strategic and operational planning processes
- Lead our budget setting process
- Support the running of our Finance, Audit and Quality Committee (FAQ)
- Monitor, review and communicate our financial performance to stakeholders
- Lead the production of statutory and annual accounts
To join us as a Financial Controller, you will need:
- Significant experience of working in a finance function
- Experience of producing and presenting complex management accounts
- VAT experience, including preparing VAT returns
- Previous experience of managing staff and volunteers
- Experience of preparing accounts to audit level
- Previous experience of accounting processes and procedures
- Experience of using an accounting package
- A solid understanding of regulatory frameworks, as well as funding financial management arrangements and reporting requirements of trust and foundations
- To be a part qualified accountant or possess demonstrable equivalent experience
Other organisations may call this role Finance Controller, Finance Manager, Financial Manager, Management Accountant, Financial Accountant or Accountant. Those from an Accounts, Accounting, Accountancy, Finance or Financial background are encouraged to apply.
This is a part time role, working three days per week, 9:00 – 17:30, with an unpaid hour lunch break.
Focus Birmingham is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, colour, age, gender, sexuality or disability.
So, if you’re seeking your next challenge as a Financial Controller, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.
This is an immediate start Compliance & Safety Consultant role working for a Higher Education institution based in South West London.
Reporting to the H&S Manager, your role as the Compliance and Safety Consultant will be to support the day to day provisions of a proactive H&S service to the college. Your day to day duties will include;
- Developing policies, procedures, and systems to improve H&S compliance
- Business partnering with a wide range of staff across the college, to ensure compliance with legal obligations throughout the college
- To develop a robust Risk Assessment process across the college and deal with risk assessment enquiries from staff
- To maintain, check and analyse incident reports as they occur, ensuring all incidents are recorded that the appropriate actions are taken
- To produce written management reports for committees and to review and rewrite H&S policies and procedures
If you are an immediately available H&S specialist, with a proven track record in a similar role ideally with Higher Education or Public Sector organisation. A can do, positive attitude is essential, as you are required to do everything from supporting the production of policy to analysis and reporting. Applicants are required to work independently, and NEBOSH & IOSH qualifications are a must.
If you are interested in this report than please apply by sending your CV to [email protected]
Whale and Dolphin Conservation’s global team has been at the forefront of the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins for the last 30 years. We work to keep these remarkable creatures safe and free from the many threats they face by campaigning to end the cruel practices of captivity and whaling, working to protect endangered species like the New Zealand dolphin and helping to tackle plastic pollution. Successes, such as the world’s first sanctuary for ex-captive whales, only come thorough a team effort – not only between different WDC teams and offices but also our supporters, partners and ambassadors.
We are looking for a Philanthropy officer to join our fundraising team. Working alongside the Trusts and Grants and Philanthropy managers, you will manage existing relationships with trusts and foundations, as well as researching and creating proposals and applications for trusts and major donors. If you are target driven and a good all rounder with excellent communication and writing skills, we’d love to hear from you.
To apply to join us at this exciting time, please submit your application using the link, by 7 October. Interviews will be held on 15 October.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join an established London homelessness charity as Special Events and Celebrity Executive. The charity originated in 1969 from a small group of volunteers who decided to do something to help homeless people. From its first hostel, the charity has significantly grown and provides innovative services to help keep the homeless healthy, housed and hopeful.
You will develop the charity's special events strategy, build effective relationships with new celebrity supporters, and engage and enthuse existing ones. You will work on a portfolio of bespoke special events and manage all celebrity and ambassador relationships. In this role you will support the smooth day-to-day running of team activity and play a key role in ensuring a first-class service to their VIP and celebrity supporters.
In order to be successful in this role you will have experience in at least one of the below areas:
- Experience of working in a fundraising events orientated environment.
- Proven experience of working with agents, publicists and celebrities.
- Experience of supporting bespoke events.
You will also possess sound communication (oral and written) skills, administration skills and the ability to prioritise workloads.
How to apply
Closing date for applications: 7th October
If you are interested in this role or wish to register with TPP to hear about future posts, please email Patrick with an updated CV to [email protected] FAO Patrick
The Connection at St. Martins is based in the heart of London, near Charing Cross Station and Trafalgar Square. The Connection has been helping homeless people since the First World War and is one of London’s largest homelessness charities.
We are looking for a creative, committed and conscientious individual to join our Recovery Services as the Enterprise and Employment Service Manager. Working from 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday, we expect the post holder to have a strong track record in developing and delivering training and employability activities for people facing severe and multiple disadvantage. Alongside overseeing the work of a team, the Enterprise and Employment Manager will have the personal credibility to build confidence with employers and other partners to deliver routes into work for our clients. The Manager must be well organised, focused and able to use coaching techniques to develop those around them. Finally, they must be a positive role model and committed to playing a key part in shaping the future design and delivery of CSTM’s services.
Supported by the Recovery Lead and Director of Services, the postholder will be responsible for leading a review of CSTM’s employability service. Part of this work will include the review and reshaping of our employability, training and volunteering interventions, development of links to CSTM’s social enterprise activities, and working more closely with St Martins in the Fields Trading Ltd. The Enterprise and Employment Service Manager will take forward the operational delivery of a flexible programme of activities to help clients move towards and into education, training, volunteering and employment.
Closing date: Monday 14th October 2019
Interview date: Tuesday 29th October 2019
So, are you ready to take on this exciting opportunity?
To apply, please read and then complete the application form, ensuring that you have clearly demonstrated that you meet the requirements of the role set out in the person specification.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.