African Child Trust: Accounts Officer


Salary:  The salary package will depend on your skills and experience. Indicate your salary expectations in your application
Hours:   20-24 horus per month, flexible home based

Closing Date 16 October 2020

Looking for an enthusiastic accountant with experience, who is keen to use their skills to help a small charity that is making a difference in the lives of disadvantaged people in Africa. Duties will include: 

  • Managing the charity accounts (restricted and unrestricted) to ensure all funds are accurately accounted for and properly utilised in accordance with donor wishes and financial directives
  • Recording funds received and expenditure and carrying out monthly bank reconciliations •
  • Preparing and submitting Gift Aid claims to HMRC and making follow ups •
  • Producing monthly management accounts and summary reports for board members •
  • Preparing the year end accounts We use the Data Develop

How to Apply:
If you are interested please send your CV and a short covering letter explaining your background and passion for using your skills to help a charitable course to Diana Walters:

London Borough of Merton: Assistant Director Public Protection


Salary:  £96,840 - £101,193
Hours:   Full time

Closing Date 12 October 2020

Reporting to the Director of Environment & Regeneration and working closely with Members, Corporate Management Team and Partner Agencies, you will lead and shape the Public Protection Division, covering community safety, parking and their trailblazing tri-Borough regulatory services partnership.  In this role you will need to show you are able to bring strategic leadership, operational grip and professional expertise to a complex and broad portfolio of services that carry significant political visibility and contribute to vital organisational priorities. You will bring a track record of successful leadership of a comparable range of services in complex public sector organisations. You will be able to demonstrate how you have used your expertise to enhance commercial outcomes and achieve transformational impact through the use of technology. Evidence of the delivery of service improvement and change will be critical.

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How to Apply:
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Family Lives Vacancies


Job Title:  Senior Family Support Coordinator

Salary:     £30,433 incl. London weighting
Hours:      Full time, fixed term to end of December 2021
Location:  Based in Ealing

We are seeking to recruit a Senior Family Support Coordinator with strong project management and family support skills to support the development and monitoring of a ‘whole family approach’ project in Ealing. The successful candidate will be responsible for the recruitment, training, management and ongoing supervision of volunteer befrienders who visit families and offer emotional support. Recruitment of families is a key part of this role, linked to developing relationships with key agencies that support families and identify relevant families to benefit from the project. Data collection is also a key part of this role. 

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Job Title:  Family Support Coordinator

Salary:     £28,388 pro rata
Hours:      21 hours per week fixed term to end of December 2021
Location:  Based in Ealing

We are seeking to recruit a Family Support Coordinator with strong project management, data processing, volunteer management and family support skills to support the development and monitoring of a ‘whole family approach’ project in Ealing. The successful candidate will have experience in the recruitment, training and ongoing management of volunteers. Initiative and excellent communication, organisational and administrative skills are essential, together with experience of providing targeted help to families and experience of data collection.

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For both positions:

To Apply:  By clicking on each link above you will be able to download an application form which should be emailed to

Closing Date: 27 September 2020

Pathways to Independence UK (PTIUK): Bank Project Workers for Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC)


(Located at Brighton, Redhill, and Croydon)


Salary:  £10 per hour
Hours:   15 hours plus per week

Closing Date 12 October 2020 @9am

PTI UK provide an integrated package of services for young people seeking asylum (UASC) aged 16 to 22 who are in the care of the local authority, from point of arrival in the UK through to their transition to independence. Project Workers will be responsible for managing a small and diverse caseload of young people, providing targeted support to enable them to access educational opportunities and health services; live well in their accommodation and develop independent living skills.

They are looking for dynamic, flexible and committed individuals with experience in housing, social care or youth work. Some experience of dealing with complex safeguarding issues is essential to this role as is an understanding of supporting young people through the asylum system.

PTI UK is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

Successful applicants will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)

How to Apply:
Apply by application form which you can download from the webiste

Please contact for more information about the role


Well Grounded: Marketing & Partnerships Executive


Salary:  £22,500 - £27,500 depending on experience
Hours:   Full time / part time

Closing Date 28 September 2020, @9am

This is an exciting role for someone looking for ownership in a marketing, partnerships and communications role, working for an agile, socially motivated organisation. You will be responsible for content creation and execution across all platforms including social media, our website and presence in press and trade publications. You will be responsible for developing and nurturing our employer network, ensuring our Graduates have great organisations to work with. You will also have financial targets to reach, focusing on the growth of our coffee product, alongside the opportunity to develop and drive new ideas, with the support of a small and dedicated team. This is for someone willing to jump into a multitude of varied tasks, juggling lots of hats. For more information

How to Apply:
In video format or as a cover letter tell us: what you want to bring to the role and where you would like to see Well Grounded in 3 years time in terms of its marketing and brand presence. Video can be sent using a file transfer system like WeTransfer, Dropbox or Google Drive or via whatsapp to 07494 129195.

Recruiting #100 Black Interns


Looking to offer internships to Black students across the UK to help kick start their career in investment management.  Currently over 170 of the industry’s leading players are participating as a way to source a more diverse group of talent for the long-term. Internships will be paid and last a minimum of six weeks over the Summer of 2021. Please note that participating firms are based almost exclusively in London.

Who Can Apply:
You are encouraged to apply if you are a Black person currently studying at a university in the U.K., on a gap year or recently graduated from a U.K. university (2019 and 2020). This is open to Black persons of all academic backgrounds.

Who Will Be Selected:
The firms participating in the programme will select the intern or interns they would like to hire. Each firm will have their own way of evaluating candidates, which may include interviews (virtually or in person) and/or assessments. Typically firms will look for the following traits in candidates: intellect; strong work ethic; curiosity; strong sense of initiative; organisational skills; analytical skills and excellent communication skills. 

How to Apply:
Click here to submit your CV and cover letter (of no more than 400 words) highlighting why you are a good fit for this program. Please keep in mind that you apply to the #100BLACKINTERNS programme as a whole, rather than to a specific firm that is participating. You can find a full list of the participating companies here

Closing Date 13 November 2020 @5pm.


Community Action Sutton: Chief Executive Officer


Salary:  £42,785 - £60,092
Hours:  Contact for details

Closing Date 22 September 2020, @5pm

Community Action Sutton is a key leader in the London Borough of Sutton, and with the local voluntary and community sector and public sector partners it has established a reputation of being agile, flexible, thinking outside of the box and above all an organisation that does what it says it will do. Community Action Sutton is proud of its work as the Council for Voluntary Sector in Sutton and delivering its core functions around: training and capacity building; representation; development and support. Community Action Sutton has an additional active theme – that of inspiring! If you think you are able to build on and enhance our reputation in our core work areas and to continue to inspire change in Sutton that promotes equality and diversity and promotes positive action for the communities of Sutton then this could be the job for you!! This is a challenging and rewarding role in which you will be responsible for the overall leadership, management and development of Community Action Sutton.

How to Apply:
Please email for an application pack.

Interview Date:
1 Otober 2020

WeRise: Training Manager Youth Enterprise


Salary:  contact for details
Hours:   contact for details

Closing Date - contact for details

Looking for an experienced Training Manager to develop and deliver an impactful youth mentoring programme for young people in Lambeth. You will be responsible for establishing a programme for 210 young people aged 16-18 with two strands:

1. a careers focused strand for young people from BME and/or low income backgrounds and

2. a development programme for young people with low confidence, anxiety or depression.

You will lead on the relationships with mentors and ensure the quality and efficacy of the programme. You will recruit and manage a Youth Engagement Officer to lead on youth recruitment and day-to-day management of the mentoring system.

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How to Apply:
Apply online here



Job Title: Programme Officer

Salary:      £24,000 - £29,000
Hours:       35 hours per week, two years fixed term (with a view to becoming permanent)

The programme officer will be responsible for the coordination and overall management of their programmes.  This will include managing relationships with tutors, parents, and clients as well as collecting qualitative and quantatitive data to help measure the impact and build the success of the programme.  Read more

Interview Date:
Interviews will take place virtually on 5 October 2020.


Job Title:  Online Programme Coordinator

Salary:     £20,000 - £23,000  pro rata
Hours:      21 hours per week (flexible) permanent

The online programme coordinator will provide core support for the programme team and will be responsible for operations and coordination of their onine programme as they scale the programme to reach 1,000 pupils nationwide.  Read more

Interview Date:
Intervews willl take place virtually on 6 October 2020.



Closing Date 25 September 2020 @11pm.

To Apply:
Please email your CV and cover letter to along with the answer to the following question:

'How can Tutors United evidence the impact they have on young people in the UK?'


Pathways to Independence: Maintenance Contractor


Salary:  £12 per hour
Hours:  15-25 hours per week (plus options for additional hours as needed)

Closing Date - contact for details

Looking for a candidate with a high degree of trust and integrity, coupled with a flexible working pattern as our service operates 24 hours a day 365 days of the year. You will possess basic maintenance skills in a variety of areas.

This is an interesting and varied role with a high level of satisfaction. You must have previous maintenance / caretaker experience, the ability to work alone and be capable of carrying out the physical aspects of the job.

The successful candidate will be expected to uphold Pathways to Independence values, including our commitment to equality and diversity and improving and safeguarding the lives of children, young people and families. Experience in a similar setting would be desirable.

How to Apply:
You can get more information and an application form by clicking this link

Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust:  Power & Accountability Programme Evaluation Tender


Budget:  Anticipating between £20,000-£25,000


Closing Date 28 September 2020 @9am

In 2014, the Trust established its Power and Accountability programme – with the aims of strengthening democratic accountability, corporate accountability and encouraging a responsible media. They work towards a number of objectives in these three areas as set out in their latest grants policy.

Seeking a consultant to undertake a six month evaluation of the programme. The purpose of this evaluation is to identify what has been learned over the past six years of grant-making in the Power and Accountability programme, both to consider how well JRCT’s overall approach is enabling them to address the agenda, and to inform assumptions about change and priorities going forward.

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How to Apply:
The study should commence by the end of October 2020, with the final report due by the end of April 2021. 

Proposals should be emailed to Katharine Knox – including the subject line Power and Accountability Programme EvaluationPlease contact Katharine Knox with any queries.

Royal Mail:  Casual Sorters


Pay Rate:   (All shift dependent)
Age:  18-20  £6.45 - £8.85
Age: 21-24  £8.20 - £10
Age: 25+      £8.72 - £10.76
Contact for details

Closing Date contact for details

Moving and Sorting Mail. Segregating different types of mail, operating sorting machines, sorting letters and packets manually, dispatching mail.  Candidates will be required to lift heavy mail sacks weighing up to 20kg each

How to Apply:
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Croydon Council:  Family Social Workers


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

Closing Date - contact for details

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

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: 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.