London Mozart Players:  Chief Executive Officer


Salary:     £45,000 - £55,000 depending on experience
Hours:      Contact for details

Closing Date 24 September 2021 (or sooner if a suitable candidate is identified)

With the retirement of its current Executive Director, the LMP is looking for a collaborative, dynamic and inspirational Chief Executive to lead its management team and orchestra of creative musicians to build on this legacy of artistic successes and pioneering initiatives. With residences in the Fairfield Halls in Croydon, St John’s SE19, Putney and Hastings, LMP is committed to bringing classical music to communities, while at the same time maintaining a regular performance schedule in London venues as well as across the UK, Europe and beyond. The orchestra also undertakes recordings and external engagements year-round. LMP was a pioneer in education and outreach from its earliest days, supporting young artists and engaging with schools and universities, and this is still a key focus for the orchestra. LMP’s ambitious new Chief Executive will continue this wide-ranging vision, while at the same time ensuring LMP’s artistic success and financial stability, and cultivating the LMP ethos, brand and reputation at home and abroad.

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How to Apply:
A CV and covering letter should be emailed to  Please be aware that they will be reviewing applications as soon as they are received, and will be contacting suitable candidates to arrange interviews as soon as reasonably possible. This means that they may close the vacancy if a suitable candidate is identified.

UserVoice:  London Health Regional Manager


Salary:  Up to £35,000 depending on experience
Hours:   40 hours per week, 12 months fixed term contract

Closing Date - contact for details

User Voice is a charity run by ex-offenders, for ex-offenders. They have an opportunity for an ex-offender to come and join their team.  They are looking to recruit somebody who has been in prison and/or on probation, and who hasturned their life around. This position is for somebody with experience of managing people and contracts in any setting, somebody who can demonstrate that their life is manageable, and that they are committed to helping others. 

How to Apply:
For more information and details on how to apply please click here.

Croydon Mencap: Chief Executive Officer


Salary:  £50,000 circa, depending on previous experience
Hours:   Contact for details

Closing Date 1 October 2021, @9am

Seeking a forward-thinking CEO to work with staff, trustees, service providers and other key stakeholders to lead the next stage of their development.

The new CEO will continue to create a place where children and adults with a disability are valued equally, listened to and included, and provide support, services and a ‘voice’ for Croydon residents, promoting positive attitudes and improving the quality of our members lives.

The new CEO will have the ability to act as an ambassador, to represent the organisation externally, provide leadership, develop new services, seek new funding, manage the day to day running of the organisation, and deliver our business plan and ensure financial sustainability.

How to Apply:
Find out more and also how to apply here.

Age UK Croydon:  Personal Inependence Coordinator Support Worker Admin Support


Salary:  £19,295 FTE
Hours:   35 hours per week fixed term 1 year contract

Closing Date 1 October 2021, @9am

Looking to recruit a support worker as part of a new service in Croydon, known as Personal Independence Coordinators (PICs). The PICs 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 Personal Independence Coordinator Support Worker will perform a key role within the team, providing time limited support to older people and supporting the case load of the Personal Independence Coordinator (PIC) team.

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How to Apply:
By application - download from the website.

Inteviews will take place 8 October 2021

Christian Family Concern:  Charity Administrator


Salary:  £18,393 pa, (£14.91 per hour)
Hours:   25 hours per week Monday-Friday, days negotiable

Closing Date 20 September 2021

Seeking to appoint a part time Charity Administrator to oversee the main office and support the Charity with all HR and administrative tasks. 

Download a Job Description

Download a Person Specification

How to Apply:
Download an application form and email to


Archbishop Tenison School: Clerk/Administrator to Governors


Salary:  Hourly rate - contact for details
Hours:  Part time - meetings take place on Wednesday evenings and there will be some work from home

Closing date contact for details

The Governors of Archbishop Tenison’s School would like to appoint someone with good administrative skills who could provide secretarial and administrative support for Governors meetings and manage communications during term time. Meetings are usually held on Wednesday evenings. The job requires attendance at meetings, the taking of minutes and writing them up. Various kinds of sensitive and confidential written work are also involved, all of which will need great attention to detail. 

It is important that the post is filled by someone who is in sympathy with, and supports, the Christian ethos of the School.

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How to Apply:
Contact in the first instance Mr Richard Mash, Chair of Governors. Archbishop Tenison’s School, email who will be able to provide further information.

Citizen Advice Bureau are Recruiting Volunteers


Role:  Chair of Board of Trustees

Closing Date 15 October 2021

Citizens Advice Croydon is a registered charity providing information and advice to help people resolve their problems, including benefits, debt, employment, and housing.

Their current Chair has moved out of the area and as such they are looking for someone to take on this vital role. They are also recruiting for a Trustee (see below).
You will need:

  • to lead discussions that relate to the running and development of the organisation in line with its published business plan
  • good, independent judgement
  • excellent people management skills and the ability to work well with a team
  • a commitment to the aims and principles of the Citizens Advice service

The post of Trustee is a voluntary one, but all reasonable expenses are reimbursed. Applications are welcomed from all sections of the community to enable a diverse trustee board that reflects their clients and communities. Download an advert here.

Will be held on 8 November 2021.

Role:  Trustee

Closing Date 30 September 2021

Do you want to help the community where you study, live or work?
Do you want to make sure you and your neighbours get the advice you need now and in the future?
You might run a small business or have useful knowledge and skills gained from your work or personal life that you’d like to share? 

Download an advert here

Will be held on 11 October 2021.

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council:  School Standards Manager


Salary:  £49,916 - £57,335
Hours:  36 hours per week (full time, permanent).

Closing Date 27 September 2021.

As the Bi-borough School Standards Manager, you’ll play a central role in managing the service budget and shaping our traded offer to schools.  Managing partnerships and supporting the Deputy Director of Education will be key responsibilities. There will be a high-volume and varied workload to manage across areas ranging from HR and IT to finance and admin support.

The variety and extent of the role offers reward and challenge in equal measure. Your ability to multitask and prioritise will be tested to the full, while the need to manage a range of requests will see you learn and grow. It also means you’ll be highly valued.

Please refer to the Job Description for more information.

How to Apply:
Apply via the website, to do this please click here

Will take place week beginning 4 October 2021..


Addiscombe Neighbourhood Care Association (ANCA):  Lunchtime Club Supervisor


Salary:   £376 per month
Hours:    8 hours per week

Closing Date 1 October 2021

Looking for a part-time Lunch Club Supervisor to run two lunch clubs at St. Mildred’s Church, Bingham Road, Croydon, CR0 7EB, on Mondays and Tuesdays.

How to Apply:
You can request an application pack from the ANCA office at the above address, by telephone 020 8654 5062, or by email


Croydon Council Healthy Homes Team Vacancies


Job Title:  Healthy Homes Coordinator

Salary:      £34,209 - £35,751
Hours:      36 hours per week fixed term to 31 May 2023

Looking for an experienced individual to lead the in-house team of energy advisors.  You will have experience of managing staff, including prioritising and allocating their work.  You will have good networking, motivating and influencing skills.  You will have excellent IT and organising skills, from data analysis and reporting to setting up new processes and systems. You will have a good knowledge of domestic energy efficiency, energy billing issues, tariffs and related support available.  You will also need to have experience of assessing the needs of vulnerable residents, tailoring the support provided accordingly. You will have experience supporting residents in their homes, at outreach events and by telephone and email, including dealing with complaints.

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Job Title:  Healthy Homes Advisor

Salary:     £30,585 - £31,557
Hours:      36 hours per week fixed term to 31 May 2023

Looking for an experienced energy advisor to join the new in-house team supporting residents in their homes, at outreach events and by telephone and email.  To ensure the best outcome for each resident, this will often involve ongoing, follow-up support.  You will have a good knowledge of domestic energy efficiency, energy billing issues, tariffs and related support available.  You will also need to have experience of assessing the needs of vulnerable residents, tailoring the support provided accordingly.  You will need to be flexible, able to work independently and to use your initiative to find practical solutions to problems. You must have excellent data recording skills.

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Closing date for both roles 26 September 2021

How to Apply (for both roles):
For an informal discussion please contact Malcolm Bell, Energy Projects Manager:  020 8726 6000 ext 61432, email   Please read the job specification before calling.