Off The Record: Part Time Administrator
Salary: £22,959 pro rata
Hours: 15 per week - 3 days preferably Wednesday - Friday - currently fixed term to 31.03.19 may be
extended if service contract is renewed
Closing Date 15 August 2018, 10am
Off The Record are an outward looking organisation with a strong reputation for delivering professional support services to young people in South London coupled with the motivation to develop new and innovative responses to mental health needs.
The adminstrator's position is based in the Beddington office. The administrator will have overall administration for the young people's counselling service including: acting as first point of contact for most young people and professionals; responding to referrals; arranging appointments; and liaising with counsellors. An interest and empathy for young people is essential alongside a sensitive and professional telephone manner and strong IT and database skills.
How to Apply:
Download an application pack from https://www.talkofftherecord.org/get-involved/jobs-volunteering/ or email email@example.com..
Take place on 22 August 2018.
Age UK Croydon: Personal Safety Project Administrator
Salary: £19,104 FTE, pro rata £5,458.28. Permanent.
Hours: 10 hours a week, worked over 2 consecutive days
Closing Date 14 August 2018, 5pm
The Personal Safety Project sits within the Healthier Lifestyles Service and this is an opportunity to join a small and enthusiastic team based at the Brigstock Road office in Thornton Heath. This project provides older people with the necessary support to enable them to remain safe and well within their own homes. This can make an
enormous and positive difference to older people. Looking for excellent administration skills, a friendly and enthusiastic personality, an ability to engage with older people on the telephone and maintain accurate records, diary management and data recording..
If you are passionate about making a difference to the lives of the older people who use these services, and want to support older people to love life then they would to hear from you.
How to Apply:
For further information or a full application pack, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the job title. Large print application form is also available.
Take place 28 August 2018.
School for Social Entrepreneurs: 2 x Development Managers
Salary: £31,342 - £37,160, dependent on locaiton, skills. and experience.
Hours: There is an expectation that the successful candidate will be willing to adapt his/her working hours to suit the needs of the organisation. This will involve occasional evening and weekend work and travel within the UK especially where support is required by the SSE Network
Closing Date 10 September 2018, 5pm
Recruiting for 2 Development Managers: one based at SSE's London Bridge with travel across the UK and one based at a location within the SSE Network or home-based with easy access to the SSE Network.
This role will suit you if you are excited about the opportunity to have a significant impact on a long-established and well-respected organisation that operates on a global scale.
You will succeed in the role if you believe in the potential of social entrepreneurship to create social change, if you are ready to build exciting new partnerships that will diversify our income and support our long-term sustainability, if you are motivated to harness SSE’s global brand and advance our thought leadership role within the sector and beyond, and if you would enjoy being part of a fun but focused team who take their work seriously, but themselves lightly. This role will also suit you if you are inclusive in approach and attracted by the prospect of working as part of a collaborative international team to grow and develop the organisation..
For more information
How to Apply:
Please submit your CV and covering letter (no more than two sides of A4) setting out why you are the best person for this job and how you satisfy the requirements of the Person Specification and Job Description to email@example.com by 5pm on 10 September 2018.
Held during week beginning 17 September 2018
London Youth: Membership Development Officer
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Closing date 21 September 2018
Supporting youth sector organisations to be the best they can be and increasing their access to resources and opportunities for partnership work are at the core of the Membership Development team. You would be one of three Membership Development Officers responsible for engaging and supporting our members, working with them to achieve the London Youth Quality Mark, running and coordinating our thematic networks, and being their first point of contact at London Youth.
Looking for a Membership Development Officer that will specifically work with our members in South London and lead on our Tackling Youth Violence and Employability networks. In addition to this, the Membership Development Officer will also actively identify and recruit new members in South London, and will support teams across London Youth to understand and promote our membership benefits and offer.
How to Apply:
You can get an application pack from http://londonyouth.org/jobs/membership-development-officer/
1st interviews take place 26 September, 2nd round 1 October.
CVA's Volunteer Centre: Project Worker - Appropriate Adult Volunteer Scheme
Salary: £24,000 pro rata including OLW
Hours: 26 hours per week inclding some weekend work
Closing Date 16 August 2018
An exciting opportunity to join the team at our Volunteer Centre, based in the Centrale Shopping Centre.
We are recruiting a project assistant to work alongside the project coordinator, facilitating the development of the Appropriate Adult Volunteer Scheme, to ensure that Volunteers can support young people, vulnerable adults while in police custody and to support unaccompanied minors through the age assessment process. Read more
How to Apply:
By application only. Download here.
Young Roots: Peer Support Sessional Worker
Salary: £14 per hour
Hours: 3.5 hours per week, Thursdays 4 – 7:30pm
Closing Date Tuesday 14 August 2018, 9am
Young Roots is recruiting a Sessional Worker to run the Peer Support Project for 11 to 25 year old refugees and asylum seekers in Croydon. The Sessional Worker will oversee the peer-led English project, including monitoring and evaluating the sessions, and will also support the Project Worker to run a well-established youth group. The Sessional Worker will report regularly to the Service Manager. The role is funded until March 2019.
This is an exciting opportunity to join our small team of dedicated staff and volunteers supporting young refugees in Croydon. The post is based at their youth group near East Croydon station.
Take place on Tuesday 21 August 2018.
Age UK Croydon: Help at Home Project Officer
Salary: £22,000 FTE. Permanent
Hours: 35 hours per week
Closing Date 17 August 2018, 10am.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a rapidly growing service providing support to residents of the London Borough of Croydon. You would be working with the Help at Home service to help keep our clients independent and at home for as long as possible, while generating income for Age UK Croydon’s charitable activities.
The important qualities they are looking for are:
- Knowledge of the needs and experiences of older people
- Excellent organisational, communication and administrative skills
- Ability to work flexibly, alone and as part of a team
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 they would love to hear from you.
How to Apply:
For further information or a full application pack, please email:firstname.lastname@example.org 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 Croydon CR7 7JH.
Take place week commencing 20 August 2018.
Age UK Croydon: Telephone Helplife Officer
Salary: £21,500-£23,000 FTE, depending on experience
Hours: 21 hours per week
Closing Date 20 August 2018, 9am
The main duties will include:
- Providing timely, accurate and relevant information and advice to helpline callers, ensuring that all
- enquiries are accurately assessed and responded to in a professional and approachable manner
- Ensuring that people contacting Age UK Croydon via email, or other means, are provided with the
- same level of service
- Ensuring that information relating to Age UK Croydon is available in all formats, up to date, accurate
- and comprehensive.
- Training and supervising volunteers who support the helpline
- The important qualities we are looking for are:
- Excellent communication and listening skills
- A positive attitude and the ability to problem solve
- A cheerful, friendly and out-going personality
- The ability to work flexibly, alone and as part of a team
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 organisaiton which is continuously striving to improive then they would love to hear from you.
How to Apply:
For further information, or a full application pack, please email: email@example.com
quoting the job title. A 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 or returned to Age UK Croydon, 81 Brigstock Road Thornton Heath, Croydon CR7 7JH for the attention of the Executive Assistant. CV’S will not be accepted.
Take place on 28 August 2018.
Pathways to Independence Uk: Team Leader– Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC)
Hours: Full time
Closing Date 24 August, 2018, 9am
Currently recruiting a Team Leader to provide day to day operational oversight of a supported housing project in South Croydon.
The post holder will work closely with the Operations Manager and PTIUK Managers to oversee support work; risk assessments; engagement opportunities and user participation in the service, and with the team and other relevant stakeholders develop services that are responsive to the needs of young people, ensuring a consistent and innovative approach to quality and service development.
The role will also include direct work with young people and the post holder will be expected to hold a small caseload. Experience of group work is desired
Looking for a dynamic, flexible and committed individual with experience in housing, social care or youth work and of leading and motivating a team. Experience of dealing with complex safeguarding issues is essential to this role as is an understanding of supporting young people going through the asylum system.
How to Apply:
Downlod an application pack from the website http://www.pathwaystoindependence.org.uk/vacancies/. CVs will not be accepted.
Pathways to Independence UK: Project workers(s) – Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC)
Hours: Full time
Closing Date 15 August 2018, 5pm
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.
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.
How to Apply:
Download an application pack from the website http://www.pathwaystoindependence.org.uk/vacancies/. CVs will not be accepted.
Merton CIL: Trainee Advice & Advocacy Case Worker
Salary: £18,000 - £24,000
Hours: 28-35 hours per week
Closing Date 3 September 2018, 9am
Do you have what it takes to join a growing and dynamic user-led Deaf and Disabled People’s organisation in Merton?
This role is a great opportunity to develop core information, advice and advocacy knowledge and experience while working with and supporting our committed team of caseworkers. They are specifically looking for someone to build up their skills and provide Benefits and Money advice and casework. There will also be opportunities to provide housing, community care and health advice and advocacy. The post-holder will be supported through on-the-job coaching, development and supervision, and a range of employee benefits.
How to Apply:
Download an application pack from https://www.mertoncil.org.uk/news/merton-cil-is-recruiting-for-a/
Will take place on 11th and 12th September 2018.
Ceeda: Mystery Shopper
Salary: £75 plus expenses for visiting and evaluation 3 day nurseries
Hours: Coontact for details
Closing Date contact for details
Would you like to make a difference in the Early Years sector and earn money at the same time?
Looking to recruit a parent to act as a mystery shopper in the Beckenham area who meets the following criteria:
- Resident within reasonable travelling distance of Beckenham
- Parent of a child aged up to 3 years
- Does not and never has worked in the childcare sector
- Does not have close relatives working in the early years sector
- Confident communicator and interested in carrying out ad-hoc mystery shopper assignments.
How to Apply:
To apply or for some more information on the role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0845 6800 631.
Young Roots: Head of Fundraising & Development
Salary: £35,000 FTE
Hours: Flexible on the required hours (between 21 and 35 per week)
Closing Date 20 August 2018, 11.30pm
Young Roots is a respected, ambitious charity focused on delivering services and support to improve the lives of young refugees and asylum seekers. The Head of Fundraising and Development will be part of the Management Team influencing the organisation's future. They will lead on fundraising activity and related communications delivery at Young Roots to ensure we have a diverse and sustainable funding base. This is an exciting opportunity to shape a growing charity and make a difference to the services and support we are able to offer. We are looking for an experienced professional who enjoys putting together funding bids as well as thinking strategically and longer term. They will have a track record of securing grants and other funding, and have excellent communication skills with experience of workng with colleagues to construct meaningful projects that have real impact. The successful candidate will understand our values, be a motivated self-starter and exceptionally organised.
Still to be confirmed.
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 email@example.com