Help Musicians UK is Britain’s leading independent music charity and has provided help, support and opportunities to empower musicians at all stages of their lives. HMUK's mission is to create a sustainable future for all musicians and the industry by supporting those who work in the music industry through grants, health and welfare services, campaigning, creative programmes and targeted investment initiatives. It exists to advocate, educate and provide information around issues which affect musicians and the industry that surrounds them.
We have an exciting opportunity to join our London team in a Health and Welfare Officer role, in which you will be providing person-centered support and assistance to musicians based around the U.K. You will conduct home visits throughout the U.K. to musicians requesting support. This will involve assessing initial applications for assistance and making executive decisions about what support Help Musicians UK can offer.
You will be responsible for making grant decisions of up to £1,000 in line with the Health and Welfare team policy.
To be successful you will need experience of:
- Working in the health and social care sector
- Conducting home visits and/or assessments for individuals requesting support
- Managing a large caseload
- Assessing financial need and offering grants to support individuals
- Assessing initial applications and making decisions about support packages
Skills and Knowledge:
- Knowledge of the health and welfare systems
- A full U.K Driver’s license is desirable due to a large portion of the role involving travel across the U.K.
- A good knowledge and understanding of the music industry
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fast-growing organisation and to work to achieve the charity’s ambitions to support career and creative opportunities for music makers and the industry.
Fixed Term 12 Month Contract
If you are keen to use your expert data knowledge to ensure that data imports and marketing selections deliver optimised return on investment, and are keen to develop your knowledge of tools such as Adobe Campaign Manager, Oracle SQL, Care, Talend, and FastStats, this Data Planning Executive role with Save the Children could be the perfect fit.
Save the Children works in 120 countries. We save children’s lives. We fight for their rights. We help them fulfil their potential. Our fundraising operation generates over £100 million annually for children and our marketing reaches millions of UK households to mobilise support for our cause.
We have extremely ambitious growth targets and fundamental to this is our use of data throughout the organisation to help us deliver a best in class experience for supporters, utilising market-leading technologies, incorporating exciting new digital datasets, and all framed within a suite of ground-breaking CRM strategies.
About the role
The main purpose of this role is to provide data planning expertise to the many direct marketing teams throughout the organisation. You will:
- Use your expert data knowledge to ensure that marketing selections deliver optimised return on investment
- Write logical queries to provide data in support of all fundraising activity using Adobe Campaign Manager, Oracle SQL and FastStats.
- Be involved in designing and delivering supporter journeys and product tests as well as the development of campaign reporting.
- Support ongoing initiatives to further improve levels of data quality
- Support the implementation, delivery and roll-out of new technologies that will further enhance our data capability.
You have a passion for data and supporter experience and are looking to fast-track your experience in data, marketing and technology. You would like an exciting and challenging role that is central to the success of supporter engagement and retention. This is a varied post in a large and extremely ambitious organisation, working across multiple products and with multiple stakeholders.
To succeed you will be capable of demonstrating:
- Experience writing logical queries to extract data from relational databases
- Excellent communication skills and superb attention to detail
- Proven ability to problem solve
- An enthusiasm to learn and a strong sense of initiative
At Save the Children we are committed to the safeguarding and protection of children in our work. We will do everything possible to ensure that only those who are suitable to work with children are recruited to work for us. This post is subject to a range of vetting checks including a criminal records disclosure.
Our mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. If you share our mission, are passionate about making it happen and strongly believe you can contribute then join us and we'll give you every opportunity to succeed. We look forward to hearing from you.
Jobs are positioned within the salary structure on the basis of evaluation. New employees would normally be appointed at the bottom of the grade, however the appointed salary may also take into account the relevant experience a candidate brings to a role. Save the Children is committed to paying staff in a fair and equitable way and will benchmark all salary offers in line with the pay of existing staff.
To apply please visit our website.
Closing date: 29th September 2019
NIGHT SUPPORT WORKER, TRANSITIONS NORTH, MANSFIELD, FRWK03 £16,296 - £17,811 FTE (PLUS 7.5% ENHANCEMENT FOR HOURS WORKED BETWEEN 10 PM AND 7 AM), 37 HPW, PERMANENT
Do you want to join an organisation that employs remarkable people to do a remarkable job, where 97% of the workforce in a recent staff survey said they were proud to work for?
Do you have a commitment to reach out, even to the most chaotic and challenging individuals?
We are looking for a Night Support Worker who would thrive in a young person’s accommodation service, where no two days are the same?
You could be part of a team supporting young people to develop their independence and social skills, have the integrity to build professional working relationships.
We are looking for motivated and flexible support workers’ who are able to work proactively and react to a fast-flowing and fluid environment.
You will support young people aged 16 – 21 to complete daily tasks and learn new life-skills during their transition to independence and into our move-on properties.
You will work in partnership with various agencies, liaising closely with Social Care.
Have excellent communication skills
Are you dynamic, enthusiastic and diverse?
Promote Equality and Diversity within the Service
Provide a safe and secure environment for young people.
Contribute to the delivery of a comprehensive support package
Support Young People to develop the skills that will empower them to move on to independent living and avoid becoming repeat homeless.
Candidates need to be reliable and enthusiastic - experience of working with young people is desired, although not essential, full training package will be given during the probationary period and throughout your employment.
For more information please contact: Vanessa Dixon
What we offer: Life Assurance, Pension (up to 4% matched by FHA), Enhanced Maternity, Paternity and Adoption Benefits, Additional Annual Leave Purchase Scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, Learning programmes tailored to suit different roles and services, Health Cash Plan.
Framework supports all employees to achieve a better work/life balance. Should you wish us to consider flexible working or job share as part of your application please state this on your application in the supporting statement section.
97% of the workforce in a recent staff survey said they were proud to work for Framework.
Framework is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Registered charity No: 1060941.
As a Disability Confident employer we warmly encourage job applications from people with disabilities. Framework is committed to offering opportunities to people from diverse communities. If you have specific requirements or adjustments please let us know if there is anything we can do to support your application
CVs will not be accepted
NO AGENCIES PLEASE
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Fixed Term, 30 December – 1 April
Hours: 20 hours per week
Salary: £25,295 pro rata
The Gospel Oak Winter Shelter is a collaboration with The Simon Community and Quaker Homeless Action to provide a place for people to stay instead of the streets over winter. We are looking for a Night Shelter Coordinator to ensure consistency and a quality experience for our guests and volunteers.
8 guests sleep in the Church from 30th December 2019 to 31 March 2020. 2 volunteers stay with the guests each night and food is provided by volunteers.
We are looking for someone that can take a person-lead approach to supporting our guests, understanding that ideal outcomes may differ hugely. To assess the needs of individuals and to provide them with options of support services/ move-on accommodation should they desire it.
Volunteers come from both organisations and will need varying degrees of support. There will be a central rota already completed, but if volunteers have questions before, during or after their shift you will be their first port of call. We need someone that can be flexible in their approach and their hours; that is able to cover a volunteer shift if required and can be on call during the week.
As well as guests and volunteers you will be liaising with The Simon Community, Quaker Homeless Action and the Church members to ensure the smooth running of the shelter.
You will need to be flexible and carry out other associated duties as may arise, develop or be assigned in line with the broad remit of the position.
Welcoming and inducting new guests into the shelter by explaining the shelter policies
Supporting volunteer team to ensure the smooth running of the project.
Maintaining guest attendance records and shelter
Ensuring project meets health and safety requirements, including food preparation.
The logistical management e.g. regular purchasing of catering items and food
Ensuring best practice procedures for the security and safety of the guests and volunteers are maintained.
Maintaining good relations with the venue provider.
Ensuring the security of the venue is maintained to the highest possible standard.
Administering petty cash when required.
Meeting regularly with Project Managers to report on progress and concerns.
Experience of working with - and awareness of the needs of - homeless people or similar disadvantaged client groups
A non-judgemental approach and the ability to communicate to everyone with respect and kindness
Ability to work independently and take the initiative to make important and well-judged decisions
Confident approach to, and experience of, dealing with challenging behaviour
Effective, flexible and supportive team member
Highly organised with strong time-management skills
Excellent communication skills and the ability to work with individuals who have different styles and approaches
Ability to adhere to and implement Health & Safety policy
Willingness to work evenings / weekends
Knowledge of relevant support services available to homeless people
To apply please send your email and cover letter. Please note, CVs without cover letters will not be considered.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Community Support Team Lead
Exeter, Devon (with travel to visit clients throughout Exeter and the surrounding area)
Are you an empathetic and dedicated individual seeking a fresh, new challenge? Want to take on a highly rewarding role enabling people to live independently and achieve their goals? If so, this is an amazing opportunity to develop your career as a Community Support Team Lead.
Operating across Devon and Torbay, Headway Devon is a local charity dedicated to improving life after brain injury.
Brain injuries are a hidden disability that can affect personalities, relationships and the ability to lead an independent life. When a person’s life is turned upside down by brain injury, we ensure they get the help and support they need and deserve.
We’re now looking for a Community Support Team Lead to join us and provide support to our clients within Exeter and the surrounding area.
- Salary of £20,525.70 per annum
- Paid travel time
- Excellent training provided
- Develop an extremely rewarding career with a local charity
- Friendly and inclusive culture
- Increase your expertise in brain damage and how it impacts people’s lives
- The chance to play a key role in individuals’ recovery process and support their progress
- Holiday and sick pay
At Headway Devon, we support our employees to achieve their goals while they help our clients to achieve theirs. You’ll receive excellent training and will be encouraged to challenge yourself and build on your individual strengths.
We offer a more balanced working day than many other sectors, providing sufficient time for staff to spend with clients meeting their needs.
No visits are less than 1 hour in duration and reasonable travelling time is scheduled between appointments for staff. This ensures that our staff can carry out their work without feeling rushed or pressured and clients receive the quality care they need.
So, if you’re looking to do something fantastic with your career as part of a friendly, hard-working team, we’d love to hear from you.
As a Community Support Team Lead, you will oversee a team and deliver a range of support services to clients in Exeter and the surrounding area.
In this key role, you’ll motivate and inspire your team to support clients with a range of indoor and outdoor activities, such as going to the gym and kayaking.
You’ll ensure that clients have the support they need to achieve their goals, live as independently as possible and remain engaged socially.
Additionally, you will:
- Contribute to the development of our service
- Encourage clients to increase their confidence and develop their life skills
- Provide cover for Community Support Workers and Community Senior Carers when required
- Maintain accurate records in-line with our procedures
To join us as our Community Support Team Lead, you’ll need:
- A full driving licence and access to your own vehicle
- A smart mobile phone with access to the internet/emails that you are happy to use for work purposes
- A compassionate and caring approach
- Great interpersonal and communication skills
- To be highly-organised
- To be self-motivated and able to work on your own initiative
A qualification in care or equivalent would be beneficial, but this isn’t essential as full training will be provided. It would be great if you were interested in getting involved with outdoor activities such as kayaking, as these are some of the activities our clients take part in.
Experience of any of the following would also be an advantage: providing personal care, working in the care sector, working with people with acquired brain injuries, the voluntary sector or working with vulnerable people.
Other organisations may call this role Senior Support Worker, Senior Community Support Worker, Community Support Team Leader, Community Support Team Supervisor, Senior Care Worker, Senior Care Co-ordinator or Senior Support Co-ordinator.
This post is subject to a satisfactory DBS check. This is a full time role, working 37.5 hours per week.
The closing date for applications is the 4th October 2019.
Webrecruit and Headway Devon are equal opportunities employers, value diversity and are strongly committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all employees and all applicants for employment. Equal opportunities are the only acceptable way to conduct business and we believe that the more inclusive our environments are, the better our work will be.
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Project Coordinator (12 months Fixed Term Contract)
You’re an experienced project manager and relationship-builder. You’re known for your eye for detail and for your grasp of the big picture. But what really motivates you is making a difference.
If this sounds like you, work for us and help transform the lives of people with speech, language communication and swallowing needs.
About the role
You will be responsible for scoping, planning and managing a portfolio of projects, working with experts from across the UK, within and outside of the speech and language therapy profession.
The focus of your projects will be on the education and development of the speech and language therapy workforce, and will include:
- Developing professional guidance for speech and language therapists
- Improving the availability of clinical placements for speech and language therapy students
- Supporting the development of degree apprenticeships for speech and language therapy
In addition to project management, the role will also involve building and maintaining relationships with universities providing speech and language therapy courses and the administration of the RCSLT course accreditation process.
Terms and conditions
- Full time (35 hours per week)
- Fixed Term Contract for 12 months
- Salary: £35,389
- Closing Date: 9am, Monday 30 September 2019
- Interview Date: Monday 7 October 2019
- No Agencies
- No speculative CVs
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced safeguarding professional to make a real contribution to the Cathedral’s commitment in the further development and improvement in our safeguarding practices. You will be at the forefront in inspiring and embedding a culture of understanding, engagement and active participation of safeguarding throughout the Cathedral and the instilling of behaviours of informed vigilance within our environment.
You will possess experience of working in the field of either children’s or adult safeguarding, which is complemented by your current relevant professional qualification (or equivalent) within a relevant discipline, such as social work.
You will have experience of dealing with complex safeguarding situations; managing safeguarding cases and of working collaboratively with relevant statutory agencies and authorities relating to safeguarding.
You will be able to demonstrate a good understanding of issues relating to, or experience of working with, survivors of abuse and the perpetrators of abuse.
Experience of developing and implementing procedures and policies; and of planning, facilitating and auditing training is also required for this key role.
If you aspire to be a key player in the future of ‘Britain’s Favourite Cathedral’ (2017), part of the Durham UNESCO World Heritage Site, then we would love to hear from you.
Closing date for receipt of completed application form: Monday 23 September 2019
We want local philanthropy to be the norm, and our vision is that communities are able to help all those in need. We are looking for a Finance Manager to help us deliver this vision.
At UK Community Foundations, we are passionate about supporting communities. We are the national membership body for the 46 Community Foundations in the UK, who help people, companies and other donors give effectively to strengthen their local communities. Our network is one of the largest grant makers in the country, giving out nearly £100m in 2018-19.
This is an exciting opportunity to lead on all things finance from month end processes to the production of management information to the Board. You will be driven to seek efficiencies in processes and ways of working, and good at developing relationships across teams. You will likely be studying to be an accountant or recently qualified and looking for an opportunity to develop and put your skills into practice in a busy and rewarding environment. If you share our belief in local communities, are committed to learning and excellence, and work well as part of a team, then we would love to hear from you.
At UKCF we are committed to creating an inclusive working environment, where diversity is valued and there is equality of opportunity. We are therefore using the Applied platform to ensure any unconscious bias is removed from our recruitment process. To find out more about the role and to apply please click on the 'Apply on website' link below where you will be taken to the Applied website and asked a series of 5 questions related to the role.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Are you an energetic and natural people person who is excited about developing strong relationships in communities? Do you think climate change and biodiversity loss are the most important issues we face? Join The Commitment as our first Community Engagement Lead and encourage people to speed up political action to ensure a thriving world.
About The Commitment
The Commitment is a new initiative which aims to speed up political action to address climate change and biodiversity loss. We believe that rapidly rising public concern about this issue has not been matched by political action and our intention is to encourage UK politicians to take bold and courageous action. The Commitment is not about behaviour change of individuals; there are plenty of great organisations doing this. This is about people harnessing their democratic power to instigate political change. We will focus on MPs in their constituencies and on local councillors, showing them that they have a mandate to take bold and radical action. Citizens will make a powerful and personal online statement of commitment to government-led change; they’ll commit to voting in elections for candidates who are most credible in delivering our targets for nature and the climate. Commitments will be gathered online by constituency and presented to local politicians to show the number and social breadth of citizens supporting radical action and committing to vote for it.
We are currently in the Research and Development phase, having conducted a robust survey to understand peoples’ appetite for having their lives changed through government-led action to address climate change and biodiversity loss. Next is the opportunity to test this out in a couple of different constituencies. We’re looking for a keen Community Engagement Lead who is excited about connecting with local people to support, inspire and mobilise them into action!
About the role
As our very first Community Engagement Lead you will embed yourself within one or two constituencies for our first trial. The trial will be within an hour’s travel of a major London train station and you will lead the process of deciding exactly where. Your role will be to understand what it takes to encourage a substantial number of people to make The Commitment, and how we might scale so that the idea takes off nationally. Learning what doesn’t work will be just as important as what works. We are a small team. Your job description will be continuously evolving, and you’ll thrive off the excitement of starting something with big ambition. Initially your main objectives will be to:
● Identify and meet with potential Commitment Champions from all sections of society. It could be the local imam; leader of the local Women's Institute; student leader; the community garden volunteer.
● Work in a human centred way to understand what people want and respond effectively
● Listen and support Champions to introduce The Commitment to their networks in the most resonant way. Support could include setting up and running training events, creating toolkits and resources, modifying key messages
● Forge successful partnerships with local branches of national organisations
● Write a toolkit for people to adapt for their own constituencies
● Collect Commitments online
● Gather feedback on how we can improve
● You are a natural people person who enjoys making connections with people from all walks of life. You’re a persuasive communicator who can rally people to a cause you’re passionate about but perhaps more importantly, you’re also a fantastic listener.
● You are already well connected in a potential constituency, or you know how to create a network quickly. Perhaps you have experience in community organising.
● You believe in what The Commitment is doing and you like to contribute your ideas in order to make us a stronger organisation.
● The fact that you’ll be working in largely uncharted territory will be exciting to you and you thrive on the fast paced and ever-changing nature of an early stage initiative
● Happy to work in a very flexible and changing environment; you’ll be the third full time member of the team, which also has three part time members. We also have over 20 freelancers and part time volunteers. We don’t currently have a permanent base; you’ll be fine working from a mixture of home or different spots around London
● A three month role initially, with strong likelihood of extension if everything goes well.
● Full time, with the flexibility to work (within reason) where and when you like
● £28-32k pro rata
● Please send a covering letter and CV by Sunday 29th September
● First round interviews will take place week commencing 30th September, second round interviews will take place 7th - 9th October.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We’re looking for an innovative, passionate and professional individual with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to join our Stroke Association Service in Newham, as a Support Coordinator.
Position: Stroke Association Support Coordinator
Location: Newham (office based) with regular travel covering the service area
Hours: 18 hours per week
Salary: circa £12,700 per annum (including £900 outer London weighting)
Contract: Permanent (Our services are contracted; we currently have funding for this contract until 31 August 2020).
Benefits: 25 days’ annual leave plus bank holidays (this will increase with service up to 30 days, full time equivalent) cashback and discount scheme, employee assistance programme, learning and development, pension scheme, Life Assurance, season ticket loan, Eye Care vouchers, Long Service Award, Cycle2Work scheme, Tax-free childcare, Health Cash Plan, Working Pattern Agreement, flexible working opportunities available.
Closing Date: 29 September 2019
Interview Date: 7 October 2019
The Stroke Association Support Coordinator will:
- Support stroke survivors and their carers from hospital into the community.
- Provide personalised information, advice and support.
- Provide regular reviews to support people in establishing and achieving their own personal goals.
- Recruit, train and manage a team of volunteers that will support the service.
- Provide prevention awareness sessions.
Applicants are likely to:
- A background in a health or caring profession, ideally with experience of supporting people with disabilities and stroke.
- Excellent IT skills and a strong understanding of how to use data to improve quality.
- A flexible approach to your role is essential.
Much of this role will be spent visiting people in Newham; we offer a ‘Make Your Week Work for You’ and Those We Serve benefit which, in agreement with your line manager offers the flexibility to work from home alongside being based from our Newham office.
Additional service time and expenses will be claimed within the service area where you work.The use of a car with business use cover and the ability to drive is desirable, but not essential to be able to fulfil the requirements of the role.
This is an exciting opportunity to work with stroke survivors and their families to support them following stroke and to raise stroke awareness in the local population. We offer a host of amazing benefits and flexible working options, with opportunities to progress your career.
Stroke Association. Rebuilding lives after stroke.
We believe everyone deserves to live the best life they can after stroke. And it’s a team effort to get there. We provide specialist support, fund critical research and campaign to make sure people affected by stroke get the very best care and support to rebuild their lives. Every five minutes, stroke destroys lives. Help us rebuild them and join our team.
You may also have experience in areas such as Care Coordinator, Stroke Support, Stroke, Care, Service Manager, Support Manager, etc.
Chance to Shine is a national children’s charity. We give young people the opportunity to play, learn and develop through cricket. We keep them physically active, teach them vital skills like teamwork, communication and leadership. And above all, they have fun!
Chance to Shine coaches inspire children and teachers in state schools and disadvantaged communities. We work with half a million children each year - nearly half of them are girls.
Street cricket sessions are fast, fun and loud. They take place in the heart of communities all across the country, anywhere from a housing estate to a sports hall - and all year round.
We’re really passionate about what we do but we’re ambitious and we want to do more.
The Fundraising Team is tasked with securing new partners and donors and the stewardship of existing supporters across a range of funding streams: corporate, events, trusts and foundations, individuals, and statutory funding to support the delivery of Chance to Shine programmes.
We’re looking to grow our fundraising team to help us reach thousands more young people each year.
This is an exciting time to be joining the fundraising team with 2019 being a record fundraising year. In recent months we have worked with Charities Aid Foundation to develop a 5-year fundraising strategy and identify key areas for strategic investment. One of the key growth areas is within major gifts where we see potential to build on a strong foundation of support with a particular focus on reaching new donors who are motivated to support our work in disadvantaged communities and our new programme of work to support secondary age girls.
You will be based at the Oval with a view of the pitch from the office!
Purpose of the role
The role of the Prospect Research Officer is to support the effectiveness of Major Gifts fundraising. The role will primarily identify prospects and provide insight into capacity to give and affinity to the cause in order that the team can prioritise prospects and develop targeted cultivation & stewardship plans.
Applications close: 5pm Monday 7th October 2019
Interviews: 1st Interview dates 17th & 18th October
To apply: Please send your CV and covering letter. Unfortunately we can only respond to those who are invited to interviews. Thank you for your interest.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Communications Officer – Assets
Salary: £26k pro rata (0.6 FTE/3 days 1 year contract)
Closing Date: 29th September 2019
We eat with our eyes, so the saying goes. In this role you’ll help people feast on our content in a way that inspires them to act.
We need to share our stories with audiences across a range of channels and in a range of formats. Your role will be to curate our assets so we can find them and use them when needed, and make sure we’re keeping up with the demand for new assets. Broadly speaking this covers crafting film and photography briefs, booking our team of volunteers and freelancers who can deliver and then ensuring that the finished product is stored and used properly. The same applies for materials production – you’ll keep an eye on quality, manage supplier relationships, make sure briefs meet requirements and help us deliver something compelling and engaging.
You’ll get involved across the board helping find the right images for supporters and campaigns and making sure the visuals we use match up to the words for the stories we are telling. and making sure others can find the images for themselves through our asset library, which you will look after for us.
In an ideal world you’ll have film editing experience for smaller quicker tasks and be able to craft and create quickly in Photoshop/Adobe Illustrator and Canva for smaller projects and reformatting. A creative thinker with an eye for detail, you’ll balance your time on planning and delivery, chip in to help on campaigns, crafting web copy and, if you have the eye for it, proofreading and checking, too.
We’re a busy team in marketing and work closely with our colleagues in fundraising and wishgranting, you’ll need to remain calm under pressure and as some of our stories are emotional, have a high degree of emotional resilience.
Occasionally we will ask you to help out at some of our events which may be out of hours.
Hours: This role is a 1-year contract and 3 days per week (0.6 FTE). We can agree this work pattern to suit the needs of the business and your commitments. As well as being part time, as an organisation, we offer agile working options
Working at Make-A-Wish UK is a rewarding place to work, every day you will be helping to make a difference granting life-changing wishes to seriously ill children.
The organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced DBS disclosure will be requested where required.
Make-A-Wish is committed to attracting and recruiting diverse candidates as it’s important that our trustees, employees, ambassadors and volunteers reflect the communities we serve at every level within the organisation.
Please read the full Job Description before applying and apply ASAP as applications will be reviewed regularly with an aim for interviews to be held in late September / early October 2019.
Please email your CV and covering letter including your response to the following two questions
Question 1. What can you bring to Make-A-Wish?
Question 2. Thinking about a time where you’ve have developed a successful relationship – please tell us know how you contributed to its success and what were the key elements in guiding and maintaining that relationship?
Policy and Public Affairs Manager
Salary: £34,000 - £36,000, plus benefits
Full time – 37.5 hours per week
London N1 9FW
Closing date: 5 pm, Wednesday 25th September 2019
First Interviews: 2nd October 2019
Second interviews: 9th October 2019
World Cancer Research Fund International leads and unifies a network of cancer prevention charities based in Europe, the Americas and Asia and provides science, policy, strategic and operational direction to the network charities.
We are looking to recruit an experienced manager to provide content and technical knowledge for the Department advising on nutrition and physical activity policy, in particular in relation to the EU funded project CO-CREATE. A key role of the Policy and Public Affairs (PPA) Manager is to lead and manage the policy research and analysis activities of the Policy and Public Affairs Department, including evidence reviews requiring a high level of technical competence in understanding the effects and effectiveness of policy actions. The PPA Manager leads the ‘evidence for policy’ work, develops evidence-informed outputs and manages an external group of advisors.
The candidate’s required skills and experience include reviewing, assessing and/or evaluating the impacts of public health actions, writing for an external audience (such as reports, policy briefs, newsletter articles, or academic papers), project management and/or planning projects, managing external stakeholders, including members of the research community and civil society organisations, and reviewing, assessing and/or evaluating the impacts of public health actions. The candidate should have a PhD or Masters degree in public health, health policy (e.g. policies on cancer, non-communicable diseases, food, obesity, physical activity and/or alcohol) or human nutrition (alternative relevant subjects will also be considered).
If you are interested in this role and feel you possess the necessary requirements, please submit a current CV and covering letter (maximum 2 pages) by the closing date. You must have current right to work in the UK.
Please note: Your cover letter should highlight how your skills and experience will benefit WCRF International and equip you for the role.Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are only able to provide feedback to shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear from us within 14 days of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Centre 33 is looking to recruit an Engagement and & Support Project Worker, with experience working with young people, to support the delivery of the Centre 33 'Someone to Talk To' service.
You will be part of a team providing an open access 'one stop shop' offering information and on-going support to young people (aged 13-25), about how to make informed choices about their well being, health & finances.
You will be working primarily from two of our bases in Cambridgeshire
(Wisbech and Peterborough) but with substantial travel.
A driving license and use of a car is essential for this post.
Your role will be to deliver excellent, safe, impactful and responsive services to young people while developing good local relationships with other organisations.
By listening to local young people, and local partners, and sharing your findings with the Someone to Talk to team you will support Centre 33 to embed and develop a more impactful service in line with the organisation’s strategic plan
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Citizens Advice Halton are seeking to recruit a Debt Caseworker to join their team working from our two offices in Halton (Runcorn and Widnes).
You must be able to show that you have experience of helping members of the public manage their debt in a legal advice or financial services sector setting.
You must demonstrate that you will be able to deal with a full range of complex debt cases, including advising clients on the management of priority and non-priority debts, insolvency remedies and housing issues such as repossession and eviction, in line with Money and Pensions Service contractual requirements and quality standards.
Leave: 25 days holiday per annum + bank holidays
Closing date: Tuesday 8th October 2019 – 12 noon
Interview date: Within 2 weeks of closing date
How to apply: Information pack and application form are available on our website. Please click on the Apply button to be redirected.
We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from suitably skilled candidates from all backgrounds and sections of the community.