Flexible working options will be supported.
We have 3 x administrator/coordinator roles which are:
Administrative Assistant Programmes
Centre for Ageing Better has an exciting opportunity for three Administrative Assistants/Co-ordinators to join their organisation across various teams. If you are passionate about improving later life and have the skills to offer support across a range of office needs, we’d like to hear from you.
The Centre for Ageing Better is an independent charitable foundation. We believe that more people living longer represents a huge opportunity for society and we want everyone to enjoy a good later life. But changes are needed so more people are in good health, are financially secure, are socially connected, and have a purpose in later life.
As Administrative Assistant/Co-ordinator you will provide support to managers and colleagues, assisting across a variety of tasks. Different for each role, duties may include supporting programme management, efficient systems and processes and external communication, governance administration and general administration and ad hoc tasks.
The successful candidates will have strong administration and IT skills and strong verbal communication. You will have a sound understanding of project management and be used to working on various projects and assignments simultaneously. Commitment to ageing Better’s agenda is essential.
To apply please send a CV and covering letter addressing how you meet the criteria for the role. The closing date for this role is 9am on 25 September with interviews to take place on 7 October.
Please complete the attached Equality and Diversity form and return alongside your application.
Do you want to be part of an independent education charity that supports teachers and has a positive impact on the life chances of thousands of young people?
NACE (the National Association for Able Children in Education) is looking for an individual to join its team in Oxfordshire to do just that. Working closely alongside the Marketing and Communications Manager as well as other team members, this is an exciting opportunity to join an established and influential membership charity in the education sector.
NACE offers membership to schools and groups of schools across England, Wales and internationally. Our members have access to resources via the members’ area of our website; free webinars, meetups and collaborative research opportunities; discounts on our courses and conferences; and access to the NACE Challenge Framework – a tool to help schools review and improve their provision for more able learners while ensuring challenge and opportunity for all.
The job and person:
The role is primarily to support the marketing and communications activities of the charity – including communications with current members as well as with prospective members, partners and the wider education sector. The aims are to raise awareness about NACE and our services; increase NACE membership and take-up of other services; and increase engagement with existing members.
The ideal candidate will have proven strengths in written and visual communications across a range of media (including print, digital, email, social media). S/he will also have strengths in collaboration and team-working, professional communication, organisation and planning, data analysis (to support impact monitoring and evaluation), and an interest in the education sector and provision for more able learners.
The role will be based at NACE’s head office in Oxfordshire. Occasional travel to visit NACE member schools and/or to attend NACE events.
Closing date: 18 October 2019
Interviews (to include presentation and task): 11 November 2019
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you passionate about the power of communications to help transform lives, change attitudes and influence government policy? Do you have experience in creating compelling content, an eye for a great story and social media flair?
Working Chance is looking for an exceptional, ambitious communications officer who wants to use their creative talents for a brilliant cause and make their mark. We’re a small charity respected for our unique, award-winning work, supporting women from prison into high-quality jobs and changing attitudes to the employment of people with convictions.
You’ll be passionate about telling stories and creating content across platforms, with the confidence to pro-actively sell in stories to the media and build relationships with key journalists.
Educated to degree level, you’ll have a minimum of three years’ experience in full-time comms roles, ideally in the charity sector, but be excited to work with a high degree of autonomy and minimum supervision. Although we’re growing, you’ll be the sole comms person in the charity, working closely with external affairs and policy colleagues. This is an exciting time to join Working Chance and be part of our drive to support more women and help shape the debate about how the criminal justice system treats women.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious and driven individual to be a key member of the Research and Services team, helping to deliver an innovative Research Strategy that has the significant potential to accelerate benefits to patients.
In addition to working closely with the Head of Research and Services in implementing the research strategy, you will also use your scientific communication skills to convey complex information to a variety of audiences across our various channels.
This role will suit a highly organised individual with a keen eye for detail, and a drive to learn and develop in a fast paced environment in order to make a real difference to the lives of people living with Scleroderma and Raynaud’s.
Further information about SRUK can be found on our website.
Working with the Head of Research and Services, the Research and Services Officer will:
·Provide support to the Head of Research and Services on the management and administration of the scientific research grants portfolio, including administrative activities such as minute taking, report writing, supporting grant awardees throughout the grant process
·Work closely with the Head of Research and Services to deliver the Research Strategy, including organization of key workshops, as well as planning and leading on scoping activity for specific projects
·Lead on the production and dissemination of scientific communications, working closely with the Information & Support Manager and the Content Manager to ensure articles are of a high standard and meet audience need
The selection process
Applicants are required to submit a cv and a cover letter that explains how they meet the role requirements.
Applications must be received by midnight 6th October 2019.
Interviews will be held on 15th October 2019.
Based in Liverpool but travel to the surrounding areas
Role: Advice Assistant
Hours: 21- 35 per week (negotiable)
Pay: Scale 4 point 7-11 (£19,554 -£21,166) pro rata
Fixed term: 6 months (with the possibility of an extension)
Established in 1999 Raise is an advice service that supports clients within their own home with welfare benefits, debt and financial capability advice at generalist and specialist level. Our service is changing. Whilst keeping the home visiting approach for vulnerable clients Raise is changing to meet the needs of tenants and our funders. Utilising advancements in technology, Raise is constantly seeking ways to streamline the advice process for our clients. The Advice Assistant is a new role and we need highly motivated individuals who are passionate about embracing technology and shaping services.
Closing date: Monday 7th October 2019
Interviews will be held on: Friday 11 October 2019
Please note we do not accept C.V.s
Registered charity number 1112830
‘A safer setting starts with safer staff’
This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment.
High Trees Community Development Trust is a community anchor charity based in Tulse Hill in Lambeth. We deliver a range of services focused in 4 key areas - Children, Young People and Family Services, Community Education and Training, Employment and Careers and Community Action. All our work is focused on improving the social and economic welfare of the local community.
The work of the Children, Young People and Families is diverse, and current services include an Adventure Playground, Coaching in local schools, Homework Clubs, Youth Work Provision, out of School and Holiday Services and a Family Support Programme. You will be part of a small and dynamic team, delivering a range of innovative early intervention and targeted services from our Adventure Playground nd in local schools.
You will be confident that your professional approach and your solid grounding in youth/ play and community work will allow you to work within High Trees’ collaborative approach to service delivery with other partners, stakeholders and local groups in order to provide the services needed in the local community. You will be skilled at service delivery, whilst also possessing the administrative and organisational skills to ensure all work is clearly tracked, monitored and evaluated as per our standardised online software and individual funders requirements. You will understand the wide-ranging challenges facing young people and will be flexible in adjusting your practice to meet these needs.
Your work within the Children, Young People and Families team will contribute to ensuring High Trees meets its aim of providing the highest quality provision and continually strives to improve and expand its services as needed by the community.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We are currently looking for an experienced trans project worker to provide support and resettlement to trans people. Ideally you will have experience within a supported housing setting, providing structured support for a vulnerable and complex client group; An understanding, directly or indirectly of the issues affecting trans people and supported accommodation is essential. The post will run for 6 months with the possibility of a further 12 month extension and requires an immediate start.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send a covering letter no more than 2 sides of A4 explaining why you want the position and how you meet the person specification.
1. Experience lived, or of working with homeless or vulnerable trans people, in voluntary or paid employment setting.
2. Experience lived, or of (extensive) working with trans people.
3. Experience of working in a supported environment
4. Experience of working with and delivering services to a diverse client group with a wide range of support needs.
5. Experience of supporting people who have faced trans discrimination or hate crime.
6. Experience of lone working and working as part of small team.
1. Knowledge and understanding of the causes and effects of homelessness, particularly in relation to trans people.
2. Knowledge of the current benefits available to single people.
3. Knowledge of common themes, trends and issues within supported and shared accommodation
4. Knowledge of pathways into medical and social support for trans people.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND ABILITIES
1. Ability to provide a range of housing related support services, i.e. key working, independent living support, welfare benefits advice, developing and using support plans and providing resettlement support.
2. Ability to manage challenging behaviour and complex needs, report and raise incidents and safeguarding alerts.
3. Ability to prioritise and maintain case work across multiple projects at the same time
4. Excellent recording and reporting skills to accurately reflect work with young people.
5. Excellent written and verbal communication with young people
6. Ability to effectively involve and engage trans people in services.
7. To be resilient in regard to working with challenging behaviour from service user’s who may have experienced trauma leading them to be mistrustful of support providers.
ESSENTIAL ATTITUDES AND PERSONAL QUALITIES
1. A commitment to equal opportunities in all aspects of the work.
2. A commitment to the aims, values and beliefs of the organisation.
3. Ability to empathise with vulnerable trans people.
4. Ability to comply with our organisational policies including those on Health and Safety, confidentiality and data protection.
Direct Marketing Executive (Individual Giving), an excellent opportunity for a passionate marketer to join a Welfare Charity, based in Central London.
This is an excellent opportunity to progress your Direct Marketing skills within an established and successful charity, working with a supportive team.
The Marketing Campaigns/Individual Giving team lead on direct marketing campaigns that engage with new and existing supporters, focused on increasing awareness and income for the cause.
As the Direct Marketing Executive (Individual Giving), you will work closely with the Head of Individual Giving to plan, coordinate, deliver and project manage a portfolio of Direct Marketing Campaigns across on and off-line channels; Direct Mail, Email and Social Media.
- Plan and schedule marketing campaigns, working with and briefing external agencies and suppliers.
- Write creative briefs for external agencies and collate information for each campaign.
- Oversee data selection, copywriting and manage the creative processe of each campaign.
- Monitor and evaluate performance of each campaigns, making recommendations for future projects
Our client is looking for a passionate marketer who is passionate about the charity sector and loves coordinating marketing campaigns, aimed at raising awareness and funds for the cause. You will have previous experience and skills in areas such as:
- Experience in marketing, across various channels and an understanding of Direct Marketing techniques. Ideally managing direct marketing campaigns.
- Excellent copy writing and proof-reading skills with outstanding attention to detail.
- Excellent communications skills to work with a range of external suppliers.
- Experience using of using Excel or databases and the ability to analyse data.
- Experience of project managing multiple projects at any one time.
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families supports distressed children and their families through innovative therapeutic practice and research, training and promoting awareness of mental health issues. In April 2019, the Centre opened its new Centre of Excellence located in King’s Cross.
The Centre delivers a wide range of training and conferences, aimed mainly at mental-health and allied professionals and are core to the Centre’s mission of disseminating skills in innovative practice, as well as being a way of generating income.
The trainings last between one and nine days and are held both internally in the Centre’s training rooms, and externally in various settings. The training content ranges from teaching specific therapeutic methods for working with people to helping professionals gain deeper understanding of types of patient behaviour through research methods.
We are looking for an efficient, hardworking Training Administrator to work as part of a small team to help administer our trainings. The Training Administrator would predominantly administer two of our large training programmes, and would support the team with other training administration as needed.
The role would ideally suit a strong administrator who has experience of working in a busy office environment within an events or not-for-profit organisation. We would also consider a self-motivated, focussed individual with a strong interest to develop a career within the events or voluntary sector.
The post-holder will be based at the Anna Freud Centre, 4-8 Rodney Street, London N1 9JH.
The Centre values diversity and aims to have a workforce that reflects this. We encourage applications from all sections of the community.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
The Regional Coordinator will coordinate a number of key areas crucial to the delivery of the programme in the North West. This includes arranging meetings and events with our local authority partners and organising the logistics for ongoing training series held within the region for the social workers involved in the programme. The role will also provide administrative support to the regional team and input to the national programme in negotiation with the Relationship & Development Manager e.g. during the Summer Institute.
The post holder will also track and monitor the progress of key stages of the programme, including ensuring partner local authority set up activities are running to plan and participants on the programme have completed key tasks within timeframes. The role requires someone who is skilled at building positive relationships with people in addition to being highly organised with the ability to manage multiple areas of work and use initiative to resolve issues. Attention to detail and a high level of accuracy is also essential.
Prospectus is delighted to be collaborating with Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique - the largest professional association of Alexander technique teachers across the globe, to recruit a dedicated and professional Administrative Officer. This is a part-time position across four days a week.
As the organisation's Administrative Officer, you will oversee a variety of administrative functions within the organisation, including aspects of finance, membership and board meetings. You will deal with external queries from both new and existing members, ensuring matters are dealt with in a timely and efficient manner. Working closely with the Membership Officer, you will assist with DBS checks, membership applications and ongoing training course approval. As the Administrative Officer, you will also provide support to board and staff meetings by taking and disseminating minutes, and arranging catering where necessary. The post holder will play a vital role in the planning and organisation of yearly events and workshops both internally and externally. You will maintain the organisation's social media presence including preparing the monthly e-newsletter.
The successful candidate will be educated to degree level or equivalent, and/or have substantial administration experience. You will possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to communicate with individuals at all levels. Working independently and proactively, you will have the confidence to deal with a wide variety of enquiries, prioritise competing deadlines, and utilise your great IT and organisational skills, including the use of MS Office packages and social media platforms. Previous managerial experience is desirable although not essential to this post. This role would be well suited to an individual looking to further develop their skills and experience with the opportunity to progress within the organisation.
If you are interested in finding out more information about this new opportunity, please register your interest and submit your CV by clicking 'apply now' below.
Girlguiding is recruiting a Membership Communications Officer to join its Marketing and Audience Engagement department.
The Membership Communications Officer will work with our three current Officers, the Strategic Communications Manager and stakeholders across the charity to plan and deliver effective communications to Girlguiding’s members (girls and volunteers). They will develop an expert knowledge of Girlguiding’s internal audiences, their perceptions of the charity and their communications needs and translate this expertise into creative communications across digital and print that:
- encourage our members and staff to take part in activities and initiatives that support the goals of our strategic plan
- help them to feel well informed and supported
- unite them behind our vision, mission and values
- support them during a period of change for the charity.
We are looking for a creative communications professional with strong digital and editorial expertise and experience of planning, delivering and evaluating communications for a range of audiences. The Membership Communications Officer will support the team to deliver our communications strategy. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team as we improve the way we communicate with our audiences.
Girlguiding values the differences that a diverse workforce brings and is committed to inclusivity, and to employing and supporting a diverse workforce. Girlguiding is proud to be part of the Stonewall Diversity Champions programme, a member of the Business Disability Forum, and a member of Time to Change – improving attitudes towards mental health. While Girlguiding’s young members may be girl only, our staff team is open to all. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of age, disability (physical or mental), gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex, and sexual orientation.
At St Mungo’s, our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions. As a homelessness charity and housing association, our clients are at the heart of what we do. We provide a bed and support to more than 2,800 people a night who are either homeless or at risk, and work to end homelessness and rebuild lives.
We have an exciting opportunity for a female project worker to join the team at a semi-independent female only housing project. The aim of the service is to provide a safe, stable and positive environment for 9 single women who need housing management and support along with having a history of enduring mental health issues.
All of our clients are referred from Kensington and Chelsea’s Social Inclusion Team and their length of stay at the project will depend upon the resettlement option available to them. The average length of stay is up to 2 years.
The focus of this role is to provide on-going support as appropriate to this client group with a clear emphasis on life-skills, confidence building, and liaising with mental health services to ensure adequate support. There will be a culture of active engagement and involvement leading to a greater level of independence.
You will primarily be lone working at the project but will sit within a small team whom are all situated locally with some cross over. Service hours are Monday to Friday 9am-5pm with scope to be flexible outside of those dependant on the needs of the service.
To be successful in this role you should have a good understanding of the needs of homeless people and the particular needs of this project’s client group. You will be able to work in an empathic manner within professional boundaries. You will have excellent written and oral communication skills to enable you to effectively advocate on behalf of your clients and will also possess good literacy, numeracy and I.T skills.
In return, we offer a range of benefits including a pension scheme, staff discounts scheme and initiatives to help you maintain a healthy work/life balance. We are also committed to providing our staff with a wide range of learning and development opportunities; in support of their personal and professional development.
*For genuine occupational requirement reasons we are looking to appoint a female only for this post (exemption under the Equality Act 2010 Part 1 Schedule 9)
To view the job description, and guidance on completing your application form, please download the two documents at the top of the page.
Closing date: 10.00am, Wednesday 2 October
Interview and assessments on: to be confirmed
It is a requirement for this post that an enhanced DBS disclosure check will be undertaken for the successful candidate.
Please be advised that all appointments will be made on St Mungo’s current standard Terms and Conditions (T&Cs); this also applies to any internal candidates.
At St Mungo’s, equality, diversity and inclusion are central to the organisation's values and how we work. We are in the top 50 of Stonewall’s Workplace Equality Index 2019, we are also proud to have been awarded Personnel Today’s 2018 Diversity and Inclusion (Public Sector) award and we are a Disability Confident Employer. To ensure that our workforce reflects the diversity of our clients as well as the communities that we live and work within, we encourage and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
Women for Women International helps women survivors of war rebuild their lives. We have over 20 years of on-the-ground experience working with women in countries affected by conflict. The UK office was set up in 2006 and has since grown into a vibrant and fast-growing organisation, raising over £6 million for women in countries affected by conflict. Our team is always extremely busy, maximizing opportunities across our supporter base and generating new business. We are seeking a new Executive Assistant to work closely with the Managing Director and play a pivotal role in the team.
We are therefore looking for someone who loves new challenges, and who is eager to learn and adapt to change. You will be highly organised, able to juggle multiple projects, and have meticulous attention to detail. You will need to excel under pressure whilst remaining calm, friendly, supportive and highly professional. You will need to be confident and comfortable working with a range of individuals from staff members to celebrities. You will need to be self-motivating and show initiative.
In addition, you will support the effective governance of the organisation by performing the duties of administrator to the Board of Trustees and several Committees to the Board.
Women for Women International are an equal opportunities employer and we positively welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their religious beliefs or political opinions, sex, marital or family statuses, races, sexual orientations, ages or whether they are disabled. All candidates must have the right to work in the UK.
The Executive Assistant to the Managing Director would be expected to work within the framework of Women for Women International’s core values. Please refer to the Core Values and ways of working document, which can be seen here.
Women for Women International UK is a registered charity (charity number: 1115109) and a company limited by guarantee (company no: 05650155), registered in England and Wales.
Our registered office is at 49-51 East Road, London, N1 6AH.
Reports to: Managing Director
Proposed start date: ASAP
Deadline: 9th October 2019 11.59pm, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Location: 49-51 East Road, London, N1 6AH
Working Pattern: Full time
Salary: Dependent on experience
Executive Support to the Managing Director
- Manage the inbox of the Director, draft responses to all external communications, ensure that they are objective driven and support the business plan. Ensure that we respond in a timely manner to all internal communications especially to senior, Global Leadership Team and overseas colleagues to ensure we are operating a timely and efficient ‘office’.
- Prepare drafts, research, meeting briefs, letters and other documents for the Director, including confidential and sensitive information as required.
- Prepare presentations for multiple audiences including trustees, senior stakeholders, global and UK board meetings and board committees.
- In conjunction with the staff team, proactively prompt and coordinate the cultivation of the Managing Director’s relationships with donors, supporters and stakeholders, including proactive management of the portfolio.
- Ensure that new contacts and relationships are added to the Director’s portfolio and database in a timely way and a cultivation strategy developed to meet the business plan objectives and in line with the ‘best-fit’ team member according to the potential of the contact.
- Update members of the UK team and wider to ensure that the Director’s meetings and relationships are being properly followed up by the right member of the team and in line with donor cultivation and stewardship plans.
CO-ORDINATION and PLANNING
- Manage the diary of the Director, ensure the right people are met in the right order at the right time with the right ask – in line with the business plan objectives and in conjunction with the needs of the team and enabling them to meet targets.
- Support the Managing Director in managing and prioritising their tasks.
- Work across the team to ensure that the Director is available and involved appropriately to ensure the team can move forward, get feedback, decisions and support in the delivery of their objectives and plans.
- Provide cover for members of the Executive Office when on leave or absent.
- Manage the travel arrangements of the Managing Director.
- Proactively improve existing systems and processes if necessary to assist in creating an efficient and effective working environment and team.
SUPPORT THE EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE OF THE ORGANISATION
- Support the company secretary to the Board of Trustees, including minuting meetings, and provide support to Trustees, Emeritus Trustees and Special Advisors as and when required.
- Liaise with the Executive Team and Chair of Trustees to arrange governance meetings and support the staff in the preparation of relevant papers to strict deadlines.
- Prepare and circulate relevant papers, both in hard copy (to UK based Trustees) and electronic to all Trustees, at least 1 week in advance of the meetings, including managing the document sign-off process with the Chair of Trustees.
- Perform the duties of administrator to Committees of the Board of Trustees, including arranging meetings, preparing papers and taking minutes.
- Provide support to the Executive Team through preparing agendas for weekly meetings, minuting them and monitoring action points and ensure effective communications about decision-making to the wider staff team.
- Take minutes in the weekly staff meetings and circulate them in a timely manner.
To apply, please send your CV, together with a letter no longer than two pages in length outlining your interest in the role, qualifications and suitability for the post. Due to the high volume of applications received, we regret that we can only respond to those most qualified for the position. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so early application is encouraged.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Contract: Permanent, part time (26 hours per week)
We are seeking candidates who are committed to our objectives for children* and young people and equally committed to the organisation and the development of our services. We recognise we are a predominantly white workforce and are genuinely committed to encouraging candidates from diverse communities in order to improve the services to the children and young people we help.
About Kyloe and Aycliffe Secure Children’s Homes and St Nicolas’ hospital Newcastle
We are looking an experienced and skilled IMHA to Coordinate and deliver mental health advocacy to young people resident at Aycliffe Secure Children’s Home in Newton Aycliffe, Kyloe Secure Children’s Home in Morpeth and St Nicolas’ Hospital Newcastle. They will visit the unit at Alnwood, St Nicolas’ hospital regularly according to the requirements of the contract and ensure all appropriate young people are pro-actively offered opportunities to engage with the service. They will oversee and report on services at Aycliffe SCH, Kyloe SCH and Ferndene at St. Nicholas’ hospital, arranging and providing cover when necessary.
This is an exciting opportunity to join Coram Voice as our new Coordinator and Independent Mental Health Advocate in established contracts. You will have experience of direct work, in a professional capacity, with children and young people from diverse backgrounds who are facing challenges such as; mental health issues, homelessness, CSE, criminal exploitation, and criminal exploitation. You will also:
- Supervise a small group of IMHAs
- Travel to each unit to ensure continuity and consistency of service.
- Report quarterly to the contract lead, Coram Voice and attend any meetings as required
- You will take part in the Operational Managers meetings at Head Office in London
- Develop drop in services in the community as required under the contract
- As an IMHA you will ensure young peoples emotional needs are being met through supporting the young person to understand the services that are being provided.
- Pro-actively engage young people as qualifying residents to ensure they understand their right to Independent Mental Health Advocacy under the Mental Health Act, the role of an IMHA and the support available from the service.
- Ensure young people who instruct the IMHA service are aware of their rights and of the rights and responsibilities of others towards them under the Mental Health Act.
- Advocate for young people within meetings relating to their care and treatment under the Mental Health Act, including Multi-Disciplinary Team Meetings (MDT), Care Programme Approach (CPA) meetings, mental health assessments, Managers Meetings, Mental Health Tribunals, appointments with legal representatives and other meetings in order to fully support young people to have their views heard in matters relating to their mental health.
Join Coram Voice
Coram Voice is the leading specialist provider of advocacy and children’s rights services for children and young people in care and on the edge of care. We work side by side with some of the most vulnerable children and young people in society and reach out to those who have missed out on the support they need. Join us as we work to transform the lives of children and young people by supporting them to uphold their rights and actively participate in decisions about their lives.
Coram Voice is part of the Coram group of charities which develops, delivers and promotes best practice in the support of children and young people. Our vision is that every child has the best possible chance in life.
We wish to reward and recognise the valuable contributions our staff make to the organisation and offer an attractive benefits package to do so. Coram Voice benefits package includes a competitive salary, a matched pension scheme up to 5% of salary, generous leave entitlements of up to 28 days’ annual leave (pro rata) plus an additional 3 days paid leave between Christmas and New Year and a suite of family friendly policies, which promote employee wellbeing.
The role will involve direct engagement work with children and young people and will require good judgement.
The post is part time 26 hours per week, with potential evening and weekend work.
Please note that CVs will not be acceptable as we only accept completed application forms. Please ensure that you address each point in the person specification with evidence.
To apply click on the 'apply now' button below to be redirected to our application page
Closing date: 14th October 2019 at 9 a.m.
Interviews: 22nd October 2019: Venue to be confirmed in the Newcastle area
All posts are subjected to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and successful candidates will not be able to work unsupervised with children or young people until the completion of this process.
Coram Voice - working towards quality through equality and the development of a diverse workforce.
We ask that recruitment agencies do not contact us in relation to this position.
We have chosen to recruit directly as this helps us to minimise our recruitment costs, ensuring that valuable funds are not diverted from the children and young people we help.
Registered Charity Number 1046207
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.