Are you passionate about leading and developing high performing teams? Are you comfortable working in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment? We are a mental health charity delivering high quality services to people with mental health conditions to help them gain and retain employment. We are looking for an experienced team manager to lead a team of up to 8 employment specialists across 3 boroughs to deliver high quality support to our clients, building strong relationships with partners and contributing to the overall development of our service.
Job ref.: TE/TL/CHJ/092019 || Location: Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham || Hours: 36Hrs/week
Key responsibilities and duties :
- Lead the delivery of high quality IPS services in the borough localities as well as a team of Employment Specialists, ensuring that the service is fully integrated with other service providers and networks in the borough.
- Develop a person-centred and results orientated culture, lead and motivate the team to deliver a high quality, personalised service that focuses on progress into employment and improved wellbeing of our service users.
- Develop and maintain trusting relationships with key partners – including referral and commissioning partners – to implement positive working arrangements that support integrated working, achieving results and providing high quality feedback on performance.
Want to apply now?
Download our recruitment pack and the Equalities Monitoring Form. If you'd like more information about the role, contact our Head of Service Lesley Harding (you can find her details in the job advert on our website). Please email us your CV and covering letter expressing why you think you'd be the best person for the role. Please make sure you also attach the Twining Equalities Monitoring Form and add the job reference in the subject box. Only full and complete applications will be considered.
Application deadline – 30th September (midnight) || Interviews - w/c 7th October
Twining Enterprise is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from people with lived experience of mental health conditions. We are also a Disability Confident, Mindful and Living Wage employer.
The South Asia Project Lead is responsible for Reprieve’s anti-death penalty work in the South Asia region. You are an activist, campaigner and/or lawyer with an interest in and passion for challenging the use of the death penalty in the South Asia region. You will focus on the death penalty in Pakistan and will explore opportunities to support local lawyers and activists challenging the use of the death penalty in the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and India. The death penalty is one of Reprieve’s three areas of focus, alongside secret prisons and assassinations.
You will be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to achieve Reprieve’s strategic goals in relation to abolishing or limiting the scope of the death penalty in the South Asia region, which include: the abolition of the death penalty for drug offences; a reduction in the number of wrongful convictions and death sentences imposed in breach of international law; challenging the use of vaguely defined “anti-terror” laws under which people are sentenced to death for non-lethal offences; greater transparency around the death row population; better consular assistance for South Asian nationals facing the death penalty overseas; and ensuring accountability for security and justice assistance from abolitionist countries provided to retentionist countries.
In support of this work and Reprieve’s broader strategic goals, you will work closely with:
Reprieve’s Policy and Media teams, to uncover and challenge how abolitionist states’ security assistance to states in the region may be contributingtodeath sentences and executions, alongside other related human rights abuses
the Digital Team, to further the objectives of your work and to motivate members of the public to take action where it is of benefit to the cases and the issues; and
the Development and Outreach Team, to represent your work to a range of external stakeholders.
You will help Reprieve’s Directors and Deputy Directors explore and understand changes and opportunities to achieve change in the death penalty landscape in the region.
You will be someone whom caseworkers and fellows feel confident to approach for guidance and direction. Even if you don’t always know the answer, you will be capable of proactively obtaining it from the Directors and Deputy Directors.
You are a person with experience working in the region, with a high level of cultural competency. You are able to recognise nuance and guide the organisation on an appropriate strategy that reflects local, regional and international trends in the application of the death penalty. In addition to being conversant in the legal systems of the region, you are abreast of local and geopolitical developments that impact on the use of the death penalty. You will have experience working with partners on the ground and with remote management.
You are a positive person with a can-do attitude, at least five years of casework and management experience, a great ability to multitask, a sensitivity to the risks faced by those whom we work with and assist, a willingness to muck in on all tasks big and small, and a passion for Reprieve’s work.
This is a London, office-based role and your presence is necessary during our core office hours. You will also be available outside of office hours in the event of an emergency, for example case developments that require urgent action. This is a role that may require significant travel and work outside of core office hours from time to time.
For more information, full job description and application information, please open the attached job description.
Talent Acquisition Adviser Interim
£250 - £400 Daily Rate
Are you looking to work for a well-known establishment that advocates global change?
Are you looking for a 360-recruitment opportunity?
Are you looking for 3-month contract?
What is great about this firm?
- This organisation is focused on making globalisation viable by helping countries and their governments
- This organisation tries to tackle the challenges the current society is facing today
- The work this organisation has done has benefited a vast number of people
What is great about this Talent Acquisition Adviser role?
- Get to be part of an organisation that has a presence in four continents
- Get to use your expertise of recruitment to find the best talent for the organisation
- Exercise new and emerging recruitment trends within a setting where they will be welcomed
In and this Talent Acquisition Adviser role, you will:
- Define and develop and implement and ideal hiring strategy and commission the end-to-end process
- Develop tactical sourcing strategies with the aim of candidate generation
- Build and maintain relationships with manager and hiring manager
- Anticipate recruitment needs, ensuring that the recruitment activity follows legislation and best practice
As a Talent Acquisition Adviser, you should:
- Have experience in Government, civil service, think tank, Not for Profit / Public Sector and Policy recruitment experience
- Have in house or agency recruitment experience
- Have strong negotiating and influencing skills
- Be a strong work team player
This organisation is looking for a Talent Acquisition Adviser who is ready to hit the ground running within a friendly firm. They must display qualities of a team member, be enthusiastic and show initiative. Proactive behaviour is celebrated, and good communication is required at both written and oral levels.
Positive and relaxed modern working environment. People are very friendly, one of the best social atmospheres ever - Glassdoor Review
I have had a high level of interest in this role already so please get in contact ASAP on or 020 7269 6344.
ProTax is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
Are you an inspirational people person, who is passionate about organisational health and positive workplaces?
We are recruiting a head of people and facilities who will ensure the Evangelical Alliance attracts, retains and develops committed teams across our offices in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
With an understanding of the Evangelical Alliance’s vision and ethos, you will make a strategic contribution to ensuring our culture reflects our values and the diversity of the evangelical community we represent.
Your understanding of change management will ensure the team is equipped for a time of major transition, as we welcome a new CEO in 2020. Your emphasis on developing people will ensure that the Evangelical Alliance remains a place to learn and grow. Your experiences of facilities management will ensure that our offices reflect our commitment to excellence and collaboration across teams.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you self-motivated, highly organised individual with an eye for detail? Would you like to play a crucial role in supporting an effective and efficient administration in a fast-paced, results-oriented organisation that transforms lives? Through our work across West and North London, we support people with mental health conditions to find and sustain paid employment.
Job Reference: TE/OHRADMN/CHJ/092019
Key responsibilities and duties:
1. You will be engaging with and supporting the entire organisation. This will include organising all central services activities that contribute to the smooth running of the Head Office.
2. You will work closely with the central services team to deliver the highest standards of customer service and support to the organisation.
3. You will administer the Human Resources Functions, with the support of the Head of Finance and Operations as well as our external HR Support.
Want to apply now?
Download our recruitment pack and Twining Equalities Monitoring Form and find detailed information on our website. Please email us a tailored CV and covering letter expressing why you think you'd be the best person for the role. Please make sure you also attach the Twining Equalities Monitoring Form and add the job reference in the subject box. Only full and complete applications will be considered.
Application deadline – 7th October (midnight) || Interviews - w/c 14th October
We reserve the right to shorten the recruitment window and interview early, should we identify strong candidates. Twining Enterprise is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from people with lived experience of mental health conditions. We are also a Disability Confident, Mindful and Living Wage Employer.
I CAN is the leading children’s communications charity in the UK. Communication is crucial. The key fundamental life skill for children is the ability to communicate. It directly impacts on their ability to learn, to develop friendships and their overall chances in life.
I CAN is an £8m turnover charity employing 180-200 staff across three main sites in central London, Surrey and the East Midlands, as well as a range of home workers. We run two Ofsted outstanding special schools, deliver a range of speech and language communications programmes, develop and distribute support to children with delayed language in schools, children’s centres and nurseries, manage The Communication Trust consortium of over 50 children’s charities and deliver parental support initiatives such as our Enquiry Line.
This is a maternity cover position for a period of 12 months and will operate as part of a team of two HR Advisors, where your role will be to offer support and professional advice to managers and staff on all areas of human resource management.
Reporting to the Director of Corporate Services, who is also a qualified HR practitioner, your workload will be varied and interesting and will involve coaching and supporting line managers on a range of staff management issues, supporting recruitment campaigns, overseeing the administration of the outsourced payroll, delivering training interventions around line manager and personal development skills and supporting the Director to deliver HR improvement activities and projects.
To undertake this role, you will need to demonstrate:
- Experience of an HR generalist role. This could be as an HR Advisor or on delivering HR advisory services as part of a shared services team.
- CIPD qualification or be qualified through experience.
- A good working knowledge of employment law in England.
- Some experience on improving HR services.
- Experience in one or more of the following: learning and development, pay and benefits, recruitment, payroll administration/liaison, HR management information, volunteer development, employee relations and/or HR policy development.
- Experience of operating in a setting which values business partnering and an understanding of how this operates and the value it can add.
- Strong numeracy and communication skills, along with the ability to manage a busy workload.
- Willingness to travel occasionally to attend networking events and meet with key managers and members of staff.
Are you interested? Then take a look at our candidate pack before you decide. This informs you why I CAN exists, what we do, why we think this is a great place to work, what we can offer you and what our corporate and people plans are for the year ahead. To apply, please send an up-to-date CV, along with a supporting statement outlining how you meet the person specification and what additional value you offer that is relevant to the post. We will be shortlisting against criteria so do ensure you offer clear evidence.
We are happy to consider applications from experienced candidates to work four days a week.
I CAN is committed to equality of opportunity in employment and the safeguarding and welfare of children. We carry out the appropriate vetting and verifications on all staff and this post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Are you ambitious and interested in tackling some of the major policy issues of the day, helping develop forward looking policy positions on key information rights issues?
Do you have experience of strategic analysis and policy development, using research and other evidence?
Do you have excellent analytical and communication skills?
Do you understand the opportunities and challenges the Information Commissioner’s Office faces and are you eager to help make a positive difference for the public?
As a policy professional at the ICO we will help you develop valuable skills that will stand you in good stead for the rest of your career.
We have two Principal Policy Adviser (PPA) roles available for high performing and enthusiastic individuals. These are based within the ICO’s Domestic Regulatory Strategy Directorate.
About the roles
The focus of the roles is developing the ICO’s policy positions and strategic response to new and emerging issues. This will involve engaging with important and senior level stakeholders and developing associated products and reports to communicate our approach, You will need to get to the heart of some of the most complex issues we deal with at pace developing practical outcomes. This can involve taking significant decisions with far reaching effects. Post holders are expected to work collaboratively and draw on the expertise of others across the ICO.
Your excellent analytical ability and clear and confident communication skills will be key. As a PPA you will prioritise competing issues and tasks in a varied workload. Your experience of leading projects to achieve change will stand you in good stead. Degree educated or equivalent, you will be self-motivated with a strong interest in strategic policy development. Knowledge of information rights laws is desirable but we also welcome applications from those who can demonstrate experience of applying similarly complex concepts with the ability to learn quickly.
These posts can be based at any of our offices, although the roles will involve some attendance at our Wilmslow Head Office.
All postholders may be required to travel to engagements throughout the UK, sometimes further afield. Therefore, your ability to travel and willingness to work outside of normal office hours on occasion is essential.
Closing date for applications: 23:59, Sunday 22 September 2019
Please note if you are appointed to work with the ICO you will be required to complete security clearance processes. These include identity and qualification checks and a Basic Disclosure level check of unspent criminal convictions