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Sahara Domestic Abuse Worker at The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid)

The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid) is a women-led organisation whose vision is to ensure that people, suffering, or at risk of domestic abuse receive appropriate support. We offer support by providing safe accommodation, specialist support services and by working in partnership with other agencies.

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35 hours per week
Salary: 
£21,077 per annum
Location: 
Manchester
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Failure Friday

5 July, 2019 - 09:30 to 16:30

Challenge negative misconceptions of failure and explore the positives that help us to build resilience and inspire action.

We often think of failure as being a negative experience and something to be avoided, ashamed of, and a barrier to achieving success.

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Senior Project Officer at GMCVO

Funded by the Government Equalities Office’s Returners Fund and in partnership with Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, GMCVO is leading a twelve-month long project aimed at making job opportunities accessible to people returning to work after caring responsibilities. The main focus will be people who are over 50 years old and those facing economic disadvantage to return to the workforce.

GMCVO requires a Senior Project Officer to join the project team based at St Thomas Centre.

Interview date: Wednesday 3 July 2019

Hours: 
35 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC equivalent points 26-27 (Starting £29,636) plus 7% pension contribution
Location: 
Manchester
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Employer Engagement Officer at GMCVO

This post works on two projects:

Ambition for Ageing, Working Potential: A test and learn project that seeks to support carers aged 50 and over into employment in Bolton, Salford and Wigan.

Returners Fund: This project is aimed at making job opportunities accessible to people returning to work after caring responsibilities with a main focus on people over 50 years old and those facing economic disadvantage.

Hours: 
35 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC equivalent points 22 - 25 (Starting £26,317) plus 7% pension contribution
Location: 
Manchester
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Administrator at GMCVO

Funded by the Government Equalities Office’s Returners Fund and in partnership with Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, GMCVO is leading a twelve-month long project aimed at making job opportunities accessible to people returning to work after caring responsibilities. Our main focus will be people who are over 50 years old and those facing economic disadvantage to return to the workforce.

Hours: 
35 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC equivalent points 6 - 17 (starting £19,171) plus 7% pension contribution
Location: 
Manchester
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Office space available within Levenshulme Inspire

24 May 2019 - 10:41 by michelle.foster

Situated on the A6 between Stockport and Manchester Levenshulme Inspire is a vibrant community centre providing variety of activities to support our community. Levenshulme Inspire offer a thriving café and meeting rooms can be hired. Levenshulme Inspire is easily accessed via public transport, and on street parking is readily available. Levenshulme Inspire

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NEW REPORT Decent work: Harnessing the power of local government

17 May 2019 - 12:14 by helen.walker

A new IPPR North report looks at how local authorities can help to create a culture where people are paid a Living Wage North that can provide a decent income for all. 

The North is enduring a severe job quality crisis. Record high employment figures conceal major deficiencies in the quality of work people are doing. And while every region of the country has seen an unprecedented squeeze on wages, real weekly pay has fallen by £21 since 2008 in the North – more than the national average. Poor job quality and low pay has a profound effect on people in terms of in-work

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Money Talks

8 Apr 2019 - 20:19 by Mike Wild

Recently I had a very nice letter inviting me to write for a publication (quite high status) and a follow-up phone conversation to explore further. In the course of this, the London-based publisher emphasised that wanting to reach outside their heavily London-focused circle was a big priority for them. Who can guess the next bit of the conversation?

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