Hatch Enterprise: Programme Coordinators x 2
Hours: Full time, 12 month contract initially
Closing Date apply as soon as possible, start date 1 March 2020
Picture this: it’s two years from now. You welcome guests to a reunion of alumni from many of the Incubator and Accelerator programmes that you’ve worked on at Hatch. Many of the talented entrepreneurs who are present are still in business because of the support gaven to them. Some of them have gone on to raise investment, and they all have more resilient organisations. As they share their success stories, it becomes clear that the business skills, self-knowledge and networks they gained on the Hatch programme have been vital to all of them.
You know that, thanks to the collaborative team your part of the courses are now even more effective than they were before. Running the programme isn’t always easy – it can feel like a bit of a scramble sometimes, there’s so much to do – but it’s moments like this, seeing the impact of your work, that make it all worthwhile.
If this is the kind of job satisfaction you want to have, then you should join Hatch Enterprise as a Programme Co-ordinator.
How to Apply:
For more information and an application form click here
Cracked It: Relationships Lead
Salary: £22,000-£27,000 pro rata depending on experience
Hours: 40 hours per week with occasional weekend
Closing Date 27 January 2020, at 12noon
Looking for someone to look after partnerships with big workplaces that host their clinics and who will leald the customer charm offensive at the clinics.
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How to Appy:
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3rd and 4th February 2020.
Keeping it Wild: Traineeships (5)
Salary: £4,096 tax free
Hours: 3 month full time placements, starting at various times
Closing Date 30 January 2020, 9am
Do you love wildlife and working outdoors? Are you practically minded and want to learn new skills? Have you thought about a career in nature conservation?
As part of the Keeping it Wild project, we are offering x5 paid traineeships for young people aged 16-25. Trainees will be based at various London Wildlife Trust nature reserves across the capital.
3 x full time 3 month placements starting Monday 20 April, ending Friday 10 July 2020
2 x full time 3 month placements starting Monday 6th July and ending Friday 25th September 2020
Thursday 6th February 2020
Practical assessment morning:
Monday 10th February 2020
If you require any reasonable adjustments to be made to the application process or interview due to disability please call 020 7261 0447 or email: email@example.com
Job Title: Project Manager Grants Programme
Salary: Circa £35,000
Hours: Contact for specific hours, position is interim to end of December 2020
Closing date 27 January, at 12noon
This is an exciting opportunity to work with London Councils and set up the @£26million 2021-2025 pan-London Grants Programme. You will be working with partners to establish the needs of London’s boroughs, develop service specifications, manage an open awards round and begin the process of negotiating grant agreements. Read more
How to Apply:
If you are interested in this interim role, please complete an Expression of Interest and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your expression of interest should include your current work situation and contact details, and examples of how you meet the experience, knowledge and skills required to undertake the post (maximum two sides of A4; no CVs).
Interviews will take place on 30 January in the afternooon.
Job Title: Quality Assurance Administrator
Salary: £23,629 pro rata incl. ilw
Hours: Contact for details, fixed term until 30 September 2020
Closing Date 3 February 2020
The job of the Quality Assurance Administrator is to provide assurance to London Councils and our Partners that the administration of the programme – documentation and evidence – is in line with ESF national guidance and London Councils programme guidance. A keen eye for detail, the ability to understand and explain comprehensive guidance, intermediate-to-advanced Excel skills and a talent for working with people are essential. Experience of projects that support vulnerable adults into work would be beneficial although not essential, but all candidates must demonstrate a commitment in practice to tackling inequality. The post holder will spend the majority of their time out of the office, as working with and supporting our Partners is a key requirement of the post. Read more
How to Apply:
To apply online please visit https://jobs.londoncouncils.gov.uk/
Alternatively, please contact 020 7332 3978 (24-hour Answer phone) quoting reference number LC753 if you experience any problems. A minicom service for the hearing impaired available on 020 7332 3732.
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.
Croydon Sensory Support Services: Lead Teacher for Vision Impairment
Salary: Teacher MPS/UPS (Max: £43348) + SEN2 (£4242) +TLR 2 (£6646)
Hours: 32.5 hours per week
Closing Date 27 January 2020.
Looking for an enthusiastic and experienced teacher of vision impairment to lead the peripatetic VI teaching and support staff, working with children and young people (0-25) with VI across the borough.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a well-regarded, friendly and supportive sensory team preferably from January 2020. Looking for a qualified teacher of the vision impaired and ideally have experience working within a peripatetic team. It is essential that the successful candidate can work and travel throughout the borough.
How to Apply:
View the role profile and person specification and to submit an application click here
Will take place week beginning 3 February 2020.
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.
- 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: email@example.com 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.
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
Salary: From £8 per hour
Hours: Saturday mornings and/or week day evenings
Closing date - ongoing
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:
ASKI: Dance Exercise Teachers
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 firstname.lastname@example.org