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Therapy Services Administrator at Gaddum

Working as part of the Gaddum Therapy Administration Team your role will be to undertake all administrative tasks required to ensure the smooth running of the therapy services, including Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT), Child Bereavement, Chameleon and Palliative Care.

You will also be responsible for ensuring that new referrals are given the earliest appointment; clinical diaries are managed, capturing DNA’s/Cancellations and discharges and ensuring that all administration tasks are completed with a high level of accuracy.

Hours: 
35 hours per week
Salary: 
£16,781 per annum
Location: 
Gaddum House and other locations as required
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Accommodation Support Worker at Crossroads Derbyshire

Crossroads Derbyshire provides domestic abuse services to adults, children and young people.

The roll will provide support to young women aged 16 to 24 years and their children who have experienced domestic abuse and are accommodated in the Harmony Project.

The post is open to women only (Exempt under the Equality Act 2010, pursuant to schedule 9 part 1).

Flexible working hours will be required to meet the needs of this post and you will need the use of a car and a current driving licence as you will be required to travel across the rural area in the High Peak.

Hours: 
Salary: 
£20,751 per annum
Location: 
Derbyshire
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Delivery Officer at the Ramblers

Whether you are leading a project to better understand a groups’ needs, delivering walk leadership training, or supporting volunteers adopt new technologies – delivery officers at the Ramblers will always be busy! If you like managing projects and working with volunteers, this could be a great next step in your career.

The Ramblers are passionate about helping everyone, everywhere to find their feet and protecting the spaces we all love to walk.

Hours: 
35 hours per week
Salary: 
London up to £35,000 - outside London £28,000-£32,000
Location: 
2 x London (permanent & FTC), 1 x North – home-based (FTC) 1 x South West – home-based (FTC)
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Children and Young People’s Enablement Officer at Henshaws

Henshaws Community Services enable people of all ages living with sight loss and a range of other disabilities to make informed choices about their future. Independence and friendship are at the heart of what we do to help people find the confidence to go beyond their expectations.

Hours: 
21 hours per week
Salary: 
£11,509.68 per year/£10.54 per hour
Location: 
Oldham

Senior Youth Work Learning Mentor at Manchester Young Lives

Manchester Young Lives are looking to appoint a Senior Youth Work Learning Mentor to work as part of an alternative school team providing a structured education and personal support and development programme to young people between the ages of 11 and 16 who are not attending mainstream school.

Hours: 
Salary: 
£18,800- £20,952 (Term time only pro rata) Actual salary £16,848 - £18,773
Location: 
Manchester
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Be fraud aware - Fraud resilience with the Charity Commission and TITAN

24 October, 2019 - 15:00 to 18:00

Fraud is a growing problem for charities, costing hundreds of millions, potentially billions, of pounds each year. Roughly 70% of all fraud is now committed online, meaning a charity’s valuable funds, operations, data and reputation can be at risk from a wide range of fraud and cyber-crime. It is vital for charities of all shapes and sizes to protect their income and assets by building strong defences.

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Opportunities for support with the cost of apprenticeships within the VCSE sector in Greater Manchester

22 October, 2019 - 15:00 to 17:00

According to new research by The British Heart Foundation “Generation Z" (16-24 year olds) - are more likely to have volunteered for charities than any other age group.

Young people believe they can make a positive difference to the world, want to do work that has meaning and they use digital channels to promote and support charity. Many charities struggle to improve the diversity of their boards of trustees, with a view to better reflecting the people they are there to support and to promote more informed decision-making.

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