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Finance Assistant at The Medaille Trust

The Medaille Trust is the largest specialist provider of safe house beds for victims of modern slavery in Europe. Founded in 2006 by a number of religious congregations in response to the plight of thousands of people who are being trafficked into the UK each year, it opened its first safe house in January 2007. It now has nine safe houses across England accommodating women, men and families, with up to 116 victims being supported every night.

As the Finance Assistant you will assist the Finance Officer with completing finance tasks to ensure a smooth running Finance Team.   

Hours: 
37.5 hours per week (part time or term time hours considered)
Salary: 
£18,025 per annum
Location: 
Salford
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Independent Advocate (Child Protection) at Advocacy Focus

Advocacy Focus help people to achieve the outcomes that matter to them in their lives, by providing high quality advocacy.

Purpose of role
Child protection is part of the safeguarding process and focuses on the protection of children and young people who have been identified as suffering or likely to suffer significant harm. Advocacy Focus will support children over the age of 12 who are the subject of multi-agency child protection plans.

Hours: 
15 hours per week
Salary: 
£21,589 - £22,911 per annum (NJC scale 12/15) pro rata
Location: 
Trafford
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Manchester Safeguarding Boards Self Neglect Strategy and Toolkit

30 May 2019 - 11:28 by michelle.foster

Safeguarding adults is about protecting those at risk of harm (vulnerable adults) from suffering abuse or neglect. Manchester Safeguarding Boards

It is recognised that certain groups of people may be more likely to experience abuse and less able to access services or support to keep themselves safe.

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Our GM, Our Children, Our Future

2 July, 2019 - 09:00 to 13:00

GMCVO, as part of the Health and Social Care Engagement project, are holding an event to bring together all VCSE (Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise) organisations that work with Children, Young People and Families in Greater Manchester. This event will also be of interest to those wanting to find out more about what is going on in this area of work at the moment.

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Parental Engagement Network Active Families celebration event

2 July, 2019 - 10:00 to 14:00

You are very welcome to attend to find out more. Meet the schools and chat to parent Champions to find out how your school or organisation can use the project to improve the activity levels of your families and parental engagement in learning.

For further information, contact Helen on 0161 860 5039 or email: helen@penetwork.co.uk

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Senior Support Worker (St Josephs Welfare & Befriending Service) at Caritas Diocese of Salford

Caritas Diocese of Salford is an established leading provider of high quality social care for children, families and adults who are vulnerable. The charity encompasses the work of Catholic Children’s Rescue Society and Catholic Welfare Societies.

Hours: 
29.6 hours per week
Salary: 
SCP7-9 £19,554 - £20,344 (pro rata for part time)
Location: 
Based in Manchester / Across The Diocese Of Salford
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Personality Disorder Friends and Family Support Group at Moodswings

24 May 2019 - 10:48 by michelle.foster

Moodswings are starting a Personality Disorder Friends and Family Support Group, to offer a safe space for supporters to share their thoughts and feelings, and to understand the diagnosis better. Moodswings

The group will meet fortnightly and will be run by a facilitator with training in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy.

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Manchester Holiday Buzz Playscheme Fund 2019–2020

20 May 2019 - 14:39 by michelle.foster

The purpose of the Playscheme Fund is to complement the all year round play offer in Manchester. The funding aims to enable open access play activities, primarily over the Summer 2019 and Easter 2020 holidays, with a particular focus on; addressing gaps in provision, increasing the numbers of disabled children accessing universal play services, ensuring access to healthy food and increasing children’s opportunities to play outdoors. It is envisaged that this will be done through the delivery of play activities by the Voluntary and Community Sector in Manchester.

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