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Limehouse Project
E14, London
£35,366 per year
Looking for a new role in the new year! Then why no join our Advice Service is one of the busiest in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
Friends of Moorfields Eye Hospital
£25,000pa + 10% pension contribution
An exciting opportunity to join the team at Friends of Moorfields supporting over 200 volunteers.
Hackney Central
£31,000 - £36,000 per year
Lead the existing volunteering programme and develop Compeer at this inspirational mental health charity.
Muscular Dystrophy UK
Up to £30,000 per annum (plus benefits)
Exciting opportunity to ensure that children with muscle-wasting conditions, & their families, get the care & support they are entitled to
SW1W, London
£31,056 - £35,434 per year (inc. London Weighting)
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E14, London
£35,366 per year
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Advice Service Coordinator

We are looking for a dynamic Advice Service Coordinator with a genuine understanding of, and commitment to, the aims and values of the LHP to lead our experienced and dedicated advice team at the Limehouse Project in Tower Hamlets.

The Limehouse Project (LHP) is a thriving grassroot and award-winning organisation with a history of servicing the Limehouse area of Tower Hamlets and East London since 1984. Our menu of services continue flourish thanks to investments and trust placed in us by clients, funders and partners. While providing free legal, welfare and family advice, accredited learning, capacity-building and employment support programmes, health and wellbeing activities for all age group, we work independently and in partnership with key Third Sector, business and statutory organisations to ensure each client’s is given timely and active support they need to positively move forward in life. 48 children are also in our care at our pre-school nursery opened in 2017.

You will have a genuine understanding of, and commitment to, the aims and values of the LHP and work effectively alongside the Director to ensure the sustainability of a high standard of accessible advice delivered by a qualified and experienced team of predominantly bilingual advisors within the framework of our charity’s aims, policies and strategic ambitions.

To apply for this role, please completed the Personal details form, along with the Job application and Equal Opportunities form.

Closing date: 9am, 24th January 2020. Interview date: TBC

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Limehouse Project

The Limehouse Project provides a wide range of advice, support, education and employment training services for local communities across Tower H... Read more

Refreshed on: 12 January 2020
Closing date: 24 January 2020
Tags: Advice, Information,Management

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