Imagine Independence:  Case Worker (Mentoring & Befriending)

 

Salary:  £22,877 pro rata
Hours:   18.75 hours per week, temporary post 6 months

Closing Date 26 February 2020

Role:
Recruiting a Case Worker to work as part of a small team providing Mentoring and Befriending in Croydon. The service is extremely valuable and enhances quality of life for many people living in the borough. The role involves undertaking person centred planning with clients and conducting risk assessments as well as providing administrative support to ensure processes are followed and records are accurate and up to date.
Ideally you will have experience of working with people with mental health needs and have strong administrative skills.

How to Apply:
Apply by application form - there is a recruitment pack on the website

https://www.imagineindependence.org.uk/work-with-us/current-vacancies/ref-20-08-case-worker/

Completed application forms can be returned to Jackie Matthews, either by email to jmatthews@imagineindependence.org.uk or post to: Jackie Matthews at Imagine Independence, Fielder Lodge, 25 Florence Street, Eccles, M30 8PR

Interview Date:
Will take place on 3 March 2020.

 

 

Bromley & Croydon Women's Aid:  Advocate Educator

 

Salary:  £28,785
Hours:   35 hours per week, fixed term a year from 1st April 2020.

Closing date 24 February 2020, @9am

Role:
Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid are looking for a highly motivated individual to liaise closely with general practices, provide training for clinicians and offer emotional and practical support to patients who are affected by domestic abuse. The successful applicant will have:

  • Experience of working with victims and survivors of domestic abuse
  • Experience of promoting services and building strong working relationships with external organisations
  • Experience of delivering training to a range of professionals
  • An empathetic approach
  • A full driving licence and access to transport

BCWA are a well-established domestic abuse charity in South London supporting survivors of domestic abuse and other forms of violence against women. They are seeking a motivated, flexible and experienced individual to join their team to help to deliver excellent services and tackle domestic abuse in the community.  Download a Job Description

How to Apply:
Apply online - click here or go to the website

Interviews:
Interviews will take place on 27 February 2020.

Croydon Council:  Neighbourhood Safety Officer

 

Salary:  £31,548 - £33,291, grade 8
Hours:   36 hours per week, shift rota

Closing date 29 March 2020

Role:
An exciting opportunitiy has arisen within Place Safety Division to join a team of NEIGHBOURHOOD SAFETY OFFICERS committed to tackling Anti Social Behaviour and Environmental Crime  Based at the Public Realm Office you will work borough wide in partnership with other departments and agencies to effectively and efficiently manage and deal with incidents of Anti Social Behaviour and Environmental Crime.  Looking to recruit a team player with excellent communication skills who will understand the concept of prevention, intervention and diversion measures and be confident in dealing with challenging situations within our diverse community.  Role Description.

How to Apply:
For more information and to apply online click here.

Bloodwise: Head of Information & Support Services

 

Salary:  £49,089 - £57,108
Hours:   Contact for details, permanent contract

Closing date 5 March 2020, @9am

Role:
This role provides leadership to the team ensuring they are able to manage competing priorities and challenging deadlines. The postholder will be a strong advocate for patients, understand their needs and ensure that as an organisation our services continue to meet these needs. They will be able to identify and develop new opportunities, but also ensure they continue to meet the day to day demands of delivering existing services. They will be able to develop relationships and a collaborative approach with other teams in the organisation, particularly the research and policy and fundraising teams. Download a recruitment pack

How to Apply:
Send a CV and a covering letter setting out how you match the requirments of the job specification.  If you have any queries click here.

Job Title:  Progression & Development Officer

 

Salary:  £24,000
Hours:   2-3 days a week, flexible working encouraged

Closing Date - contact for details

Role:
Looking for a committed and enthusiastic individual to work with their trainees, and inspire and motivate them as they progress through the Fat Macy’s Programme. The role will be varied and changing. You’ll be working at the frontline with the current cohort of trainees who are completing the programme, and support them as they plan for their move from hostel to home. From creating support plans, to assisting with budgeting, helping with job searches and liaising between the Fat Macy’s kitchen team to ensure the programme runs smoothly, you’ll meet trainees regularly and be central to the delivery and operations of Fat Macy’s.  Read more

How to Apply:
Send your CV to hello@fatmacys.org along with a short paragraph on why you want to work for Fat Macy’s.

 

Job Title:  Marketing & Press Officer

 

Salary: Competitive range with option of working freelance if preferred
Hours:  2 days a week with option of increasing if they scale 

Closing Date 1 March - see how to apply

Role:
This is a brand new role, you will be responsible for shaping the Fat Macy’s communications strategy.  Looking for someone with the vision and expertise to take Fat Macy’s Ltd to the next level. They need a committed, enthusiastic and driven individual, looking for an exciting new role in an expanding social business. They aim to position Fat Macy’s as ‘the’ social enterprise caterer in London. You will be responsible for shaping our marketing strategy while we grow over the coming years, working to showcase major developments in 2020 - from the catering business, cafe space, and the new restaurant in Peckham. They are scaling to open a permanent venue in Peckham this year, and you will create the strategy for this leading up to and during the opening.  Read more

How to Apply:
Send your CV to Send your CV to hello@fatmacys.org along with a short paragraph on why you want to work for Fat Macy’s along with a one page document outlining your vision for Fat Macy’s marketing strategy over the upcoming years. This is a rolling vacancy, and they will interview as applications are received.

 

Job Title:  Freelance Chef

 

Salary:  £12 per hour
Hours:   Contact for details

Closing Date contact for details

Role:
As a Freelance Chef, the role will be varied and changing. You will work on a range of event and catering enquiries, delivering high quality food to a range of clients across the capital. Fat Macy’s send your CV to hello@fatmacys.org along with a short paragraph on why you want to work for Fat Macy’s.exists to provide a pathway from hostel to home. A large part of what they do is training young people living in homeless hostels and temporary accommodation across London. Alongside the time in the kitchen, you’ll support our trainees with their training - acting as a supportive mentor as they complete their traineeship at Fat Macy’s events and beyond.  Read more

How to Apply:
Send your CV to hello@fatmacys.org along with a short paragraph on why you want to work for Fat Macy’s.

London Councils: Media & Public Affairs Officer

 

Salary:  £35,078
Hours:   Contact for details

Closing date 24 February 2020 @12noon

Role:
Seeking a highly-motivated, astute Media and Public Affairs officer to join the communications team. The successful applicant will have a background in media relations, politics and campaigns with knowledge of, and an interest in, London local government. He/she will also have the political nous to be able to work effectively in a cross-party organisation. Exceptional written and oral communication skills are essential, as is a commitment to London and its people. This is an opportunity to work London-wide in a prominent role. The job includes research and writing plus daily contact with journalists and politicians. 

How to Apply:
For more information and/or to apply please click here

Interviews:
Will take place 6 March 2020

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London Councils: Data Projects Manager (LOTI)

 

Salary:   £35,078
Hours:    Contact for Details

Closing date 2 March 2020 @12noon

Role:
You will be LOTI’s (London Office of Technology and Innovation) main point of contact for data-related projects, visiting boroughs regularly to support them with identifying and preparing relevant datasets, and attending relevant meetings. You don't have to be a qualified data analyst or data scientist but should be confident in talking to local authorities and IT and data professionals about data and its role in improving public services. This is an ideal post for someone who wants to make a difference for London’s local authorities and the people they serve, working in a small and fast-paced team with a commitment to innovation and learning.

How to Apply:
For more information and/or to apply please click here.

Interviews:
Will take place during week commencing 9 March 2020.

London Sport:  Strategic Lead Sports and Urban Spaces

 

Salary:  £45,000-£50,000
Hours:   35 hours per week

Closing Date 23 February 2020

Role:
Looking for a Strategic Lead – Facilities and Urban Spaces to join the team and lead their approach in shaping London’s urban environment to increase physical activity and achieve wider social outcomes. This transformational role will focus on the needs of our local communities to influence, enable and support our partners to make informed decisions around design, development and investment in facilities, spaces and infrastructure. You will lead on London Sport’s connections and leadership in city’s urban environment. You will lead to ensure an active environment plays a central strategic role in meeting wider social outcomes. You will ensure the agenda is strategically aligned by developing and maintaining effective relationships with key strategic partners including the GLA/Mayor’s office, Transport for London and local authorities.

Dowload a recruitment pack

How to Apply:
Click here to apply

Aids Healthcare Foundation UK: HIV Testing & Volunteer Lead (Croydon)

 

Salary:  Contact for details
Hours:   Contact for details

Closing Date 18 February 2020

Role:
Does the idea of working in a dynamic and global movement to make a real difference in people’s lives interest you? If so, then AIDS Healthcare Foundation is the place for you! AHF is seeking an HIV Testing and Volunteer Lead for its new UK programme. This role will be key in helping establish and coordinate AHF’s new HIV testing service in Croydon.  Read more

How to Apply:
Email Michael Mancinelli michael.mancinelli@aidshealth.org for an application pack. 

Crystal Palace Community Trust:  Project Co-ordinator

 

Salary:  £32,000-£34,000
Hours:   35 hours per week, flexible, fixed term to 31 December 2022 with possibility of extension

Closing Date 2 March 2020, @9am

Role:
Looking to appoint a determined, passionate individual who is excited by the idea of working with others, particularly emerging and existing grass roots organisations and has the skills experience and expertise to make a difference.

Applicants will be dynamic and creative and able to engage and support in an effective and collaborative way. An understanding of youth and community work and the ability to evidence progression is key in this role.

How to Apply:
Download a job application pack by clicking on the link below.

https://www.cpct.org.uk/get-involved/jobs

Interview Date:
Week commencing 9 March 2020

 

Croydon Council:  Family Social Workers

 

Salary:  £37,842 - £45,585 (Grade 11-14)
Hours:  Full time

Closing Date - contact for details

Role:
Have you got the passion and drive to make positive changes in the lives of children?  Seeking Social Workers ‘To be The Change’ to join us to strengthen our service of putting children at the centre of everything.

Social Work with Families brings together services for children subject to child protection plans, children in need and Children Looked After who may be in the Public Law Outline process or in Court proceedings. Working in a Locality service, with your Team Manager and colleagues you will be using your skills and knowledge to create the best possible outcomes for children and families in Croydon

How to Apply;
For more details please click here.

Age UK Croydon: Home Help

  

Job Title: Home Help
Salary:   £8 per hour rising to £9.50 post training.  Casual worker contract

Hours:   Contact for details

Closing Date:  Ongoing

Role:
Age UK Croydon’s Help at Home service provides practical support to older people within the borough of Croydon. Home Helps work in the community to provide help with domestic tasks such as cleaning, shopping, ironing and laundry, visiting Age UK Croydon’s clients in their own homes.

Key qualities:

  • A compassionate nature
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Honest, trustworthy and reliable
  • Able to work flexibly, ideally for more than 8 hours per week

If you are passionate about making a difference to the lives of the older people who use our services, and want to contribute to an organisation which is continuously striving to improve, then we would love to hear from you.
This role will require an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.

How to Apply:
For further information or a full application pack, please email: executive.assistant@ageukcroydon.org.uk quoting the job title. Large print application form is also available. Completed application forms should be signed and emailed, to  the above email, with your name and job role in the subject title of the email. Completed signed applications can be returned to 81 Brigstock Road, Thornton Heath,  CR7 7JH for the attention of the Executive Assistant. CV’s will not be accepted.

Interviews:
Ongoing

Bright Futures 4 All:  Part-time Teachers/LSA's

 

Part time teachers

Salary:  From £20-£25 per hour
Hours:  Mainly Saturday mornings and 2 x week day evenings

LSAs

Salary:  From £8 per hour
Hours:   Saturday mornings and/or week day evenings

Closing date - ongoing

Role(s):
Bright Futures 4 All, is a small not-for-profit education and training organisation, founded on Christian values. Located in Central Croydon, they offer a range of English and maths programmes. Currently they are keen to hear from teachers of KS2-to-KS4 English and Maths, as well as LSA's.

Looking to employ reliable, honest and enthusiastic individuals who have a genuine interest in supporting children to accelerate in their learning, in a family atmosphere.

Teachers: must have a DBS and a teaching qualification with at least 1 years’ experience of teaching children/adults.

LSA's: must have a DBS and TA qualification/trainee with at least 1 years’ experience working with children/adults.

How to Apply:
If you have a heart for the community and a desire to work within an environment that promotes Christian values, then please contact them on:
Email:info@brightfutures4all.com
Tel:07833-928917/0207- 645-2304  

ASKI:English Tutors

 

ASKI are looking for tutors and volunteers to teach english to women from BME communities in particular women from Asian backgrounds.

If interest email joseph@aski.org.uk.

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ASKI: Dance Exercise Teachers

06/07/2017

Job Title: Fitness Dance Exercise Teachers

Salary: Contact for details

No. of Hours: Contact for details

Role: Dance Exercise teachers required in the Croydon and surrounding areas to teach classes for over 50s.  A range of styles is required

How to Apply: Please send your CV to joseph@aski.org.uk