Edge Fund: Southern Regional Organiser & Comms Officer

 

Salary:     £26,265 pro rata +10% if you are based in London
Hours:      21 hours a week 3 days a week

Closing date 26 August 2019

Role:
Looking for someone committed to activism, systemic change and creating a world free of injustice and inequality.  Read more

How to Apply:
To apply, please email an up-to-date CV and a personal statement that is no longer than one side of A4, telling them about your experience with reference to the person specification and email to jobs@edngefund.org.uk

Croydon Age UK: Personal Independence Coordinator and Reablement LInk Service Manager

 

Salary:    £35,000 FTE
Hours:    35 hours per week, fixed term for 9 months maternity cover with an option to extend to 12 months

Closing date 9 September 2019 9am

Role:
This is an exciting opportunity to lead pioneering programmes which are at the heart of Croydon’s New Model of Care, driving preventative, holistic, people-centred care.  Looking to recruit an experienced Manger to lead the team of Personal Independence Coordinators (PICs) and Reablement Link Workers. The PICs and Reablement Link Workers work alongside health and care professionals, adopting a multidisciplinary approach to working with older people who have long term health and social care needs. Most importantly, they
ensure that care planning is influenced by the wishes identified by individuals, so that independence can be either improved or maintained. The Service Manager will be responsible for the operational and strategic management of this project, ensuring the delivery of the programme on time and within budget. Direct line management of 4 Team Leaders with a service staff team of 23 will need strong team building and personnel management skills.

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How to Apply:
You can download an application form from their website HERE

Interview Date:
17 September 2019.

Pathways to Independence UK: Maintenance Worker

 

Salary:   £12 per hour
Hours:    15-20 hours per week

Closing Date 27 August 2019

Role:
Looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and self-motivated caretaker / maintenance worker to join their team to take ownership and responsibility for the upkeep, caretaking and maintenance (with some cleaning responsibilities) across supported accommodation housing projects in the South Croydon area. This requires a broad knowledge of general and grounds maintenance. The person is required to work at all of their sites within the South Croydon area. A clean driver’s licence and access to a car is essential as the role requires driving between various sites.

The successful candidate will possess a high degree of trust and integrity, coupled with a flexible working pattern as the service operates 24 hours a day 365 days of the year. He/she 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  also be expected to uphold the ethos and values of PTIUK, 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.

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How to Apply:
You can download an application form in word from their website click HERE or download a pdf version from below.

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SSE: Marketing and Engagement Officer

 

Salary:   £32,061 - £33,023 (pro rata subject to skills and experience) +5% pension
Hours:   4 days a week 12 month contract with possibility of extension

Closing Date 23 August 2019 @midday

Role:
Looking for a Marketing and Engagement Officer to join a busy team at offices in Tooley Street, London Bridge.

The role will focus on sales and marketing for workshops and short courses to social entrepreneurs and social sector leaders from across the third sector – planning to deliver  in 2019 /20 approximately 40 courses to 350+ participants covering topics such as Measuring Social Impact, Working with Corporates and How to Create an Authentic Mission Led Brand.

You will work across multiple communication channels including email, social media (owned and paid), Google Adwords and the SSE website to ensure that courses are well attended and that income targets are met.

You will play a key role in increasing the SSE’s earned income base through the further development and growth of short courses. You will also manage the promotion and booking process for SSE courses to a number of referred students who receive fully funded places on SSE courses.

In addition you will lead on developing, promoting and managing a range of events and activities that meet the needs of SSE’s growing Fellows’ (alumni) community.

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How to Apply:
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter (both of which should be no more than two sides of A4) answering the following questions:
1. What attracted you to apply for this role?
2. Why would you be an excellent Marketing and Engagement Officer for SSE?
Please use no more than 800 words total to answer these questions and send your application to recruitment@sse.org.uk and title your email 'Marketing and Engagement Officer Application'

Interviews:
First round held during week beginning 2 September. Depending on the outcomes of the first interviews we may hold second interviews the following week

Bromley & Croydon Women's Aid: Child Support Officer


Salary:   £16,059.60 (fte £26,766)
Hours:    21 hours per week to be worked over three days, fixed term until 31 March 2020.

Closing Date 19 August 2019, 5pm

Role:
Seeking to recruit a Child Support Officer , a domestic abuse specialist who is passionate about providing support to children who are victims of domestic abuse, through targeted 1:1 and group services in refuge and in the community.  You will provide bespoke services for children who are victims of domestic abuse, plan and run 1:1 and group bespoke activities for children in BCWA’s domestic abuse refuges, provide 1:1 outreach support for children referred to the DRIVE project in Croydon. 

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How to Apply:
Click on the link below for details of how to apply online.

https://www.bcwa.org.uk/job-vacancy-child-support-officer/

Female applicants only. In light of the nature of work, the candidate’s gender is considered to be an occupational requirement in accordance with Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

Interviews:
Will take place on 27th and 28th August 2019.

Bromley & Croydon Women's Aid: Young People & Children's Services Team Leader

 

Salary:   £28,000-£29,500, depending on experience
Hours:    35 hours per week, fixed term until 30 June 2021

Closing Date 19 August 2019, 5pm

Role:
BCWA are seeking to recruit a Young People & Children’s Services Team Leader, a domestic abuse specialist who is passionate about working with vulnerable young people and children who are victims of domestic abuse or intimate relationship abuse.

You will provide direction to the young people & children’s services team and ensure the successful delivery of high-quality services that provide empowerment and recovery opportunities young people and children who have experienced domestic abuse and violence. You will also carry out support work for young women and girls at risk of domestic abuse in Bromley & Croydon.

You will have significant professional experience of domestic abuse, safeguarding children, managing risk and promoting recovery, as well as an excellent working knowledge of the challenges faced by women and children who have experienced domestic abuse. Experience of managing and developing a team of people will be preferred.

Job Description 

How to Apply:
Apply online, details here 

Special Requirement:
Female applicants only. In light of the nature of work, the candidate’s gender is considered to be an occupational requirement in accordance with Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.

Happy Heads: Co-Director

 

Salary: Contact for details
Hours: Contact for details

Closing Date contact for details

Role:
An innovative and dynamic organisation which is passionate about supporting those with mental health issues as they seek to empower, educate and encourage others.
At Happy Heads they celebrate gifts rather than diagnostic labels, focusing on strengths not weaknesses while still addressing struggles. As they grow and become a charity later in the year, they are now looking for a 3rd Co Director who will work collaboratively with the other two Co Directors to create solutions to the problems that people with mental health face. They are looking for someone who will be committed on a permanent basis.

How to Apply:
If you would like to have a further conversation regarding this opportunity, please contact:

Ruth Ella Moragas
Happy Heads Co Director
07468516150

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