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The Future of Accommodation with Care Services in Manchester

20 May 2019 - 10:21 by michelle.foster

Manchester City Council is reviewing and exploring the way that Accommodation with Care services are provided for people in Manchester. The review focuses on developing a better understanding of the future needs of people in Manchester, when their needs are such that they will require support over and above what can be provided at home. For example, in a residential or nursing home, or supported accommodation arrangements.

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Free Mental Health for small workplaces

17 May 2019 - 11:53 by cheryl.mcalister

Mental Health at Work

Small and medium organisations account for 99% of the businesses in the UK. But research shows that, when it comes to mental health, they often fall behind larger organisations.

We know that there are unique challenges, as well as unique opportunities, that come with working in smaller businesses. We’ve put together a collection of resources designed to help, focused on Mind’s new, free and quick eLearning, Mental Health for Small Workplaces.

Mental Health for Small Workplaces is made up of three modules:

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Miles Platting, Moston, Newton Heath and City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership Meeting

23 May, 2019 - 13:00 to 15:00

This is the first Manchester Local Care Organisation (MLCO) Neighbourhood Partnership Meeting for Miles Platting and Newton Heath, Moston and the City Centre.  If you are interested in the health and care of residents in this neighbourhood, then this forum will provide the opportunity for the MLCO to work with you, for you to help shape the services, help identify joint priorities and help connect the work they do.

The MLCO is a new organisation, designed to provide health and social care services across the City of Manchester.

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Research and Evaluation Worker (Cancer Screening and Engagement) at Unique Improvements LTD

The Research and Evaluation Worker is an innovative and challenging role based within the Quality and Innovation Hub of the Greater Manchester Cancer Screening Engagement Programme. This Job Description outlines the expected work priorities and responsibilities across the three years. Supervision and peer support will be available to assist the successful candidate to fulfil this role.

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21 hours per week
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£27,754 per annum (£16,652 pro rata)
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Greater Manchester. The office base is to be finalised. Some home working will be possible but the postholder will travel extensively around Greater Manchester.
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Training and Development Worker (Cancer Screening and Engagement) at Unique Improvements LTD

The Training and Development Worker is an exciting and rewarding role that will lead on coordinating training delivery, and the development of the training framework for the Greater Manchester Cancer Screening and Engagement Programme. You will deliver training to a range of stakeholders although you will not be expected to deliver all of the Programme training.

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28 hours per week
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£27,754 per annum (£22,203 pro rata)
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Greater Manchester. The office base is to be finalised. Some home working will be possible but the postholder will travel extensively around Greater Manchester.
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Senior Administrator (Cancer Screening and Engagement) at Unique Improvements LTD

Unique Improvements LTD are looking to recruit an experienced Senior Administrator to join Unique Improvements and provide support across a diverse range of workstreams and projects. Experience of providing administrator support at director level is essential along with experience of working in the NHS, the Council or the Voluntary and Community sector.

This person should be a self-starter and once trained, be able to work with minimal supervision, organising and prioritising their own workload.

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.35 hours per week
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£20,000 per annum
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Greater Manchester. The office base is to be finalised. Some home working will be possible and there will be some travel around Greater Manchester
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Producer at SICK! Festival

SICK! Festival is seeking an experienced and efficient individual to support its Creative Team to deliver a community engagement programme, commissions and festival programme.

This is a new role within the team, reflecting the organisation’s ambitions for growth. The role will have responsibilities within community engagement, working with communities and supporting participatory activities. The role will also support the development of new commissions and projects, and contribute to the development of new concepts and themes for the presentation of new work.

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Full Time
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£22,000-£25,000 per annum, dependent on experience
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Manchester
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Transforming Healthcare Together: Free support for health, care and VCSE leaders

13 May 2019 - 12:16 by michelle.foster

New support offer designed to equip health, care and VCSE leaders to build relationships that will transform the healthcare system – with a practical focus on working together to achieve joint action.

The NHS Long Term Plan commits local healthcare systems to working in a new way – from a focus on prevention and reducing health inequalities to earlier diagnosis of cancer and respiratory conditions.

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Older Person’s Domestic Abuse Practitioner at Stockport Without Abuse

Stockport Without Abuse is a highly regarded, specialist charity educating, supporting and empowering individuals and families affected by domestic abuse.

Stockport Without Abuse are seeking an experienced, committed and creative individual who is passionate about the rights of older victims of domestic abuse to join their amazing team.

Hours: 
37 hours per week (some out of hours work will be expected)
Salary: 
£23,698 per annum
Location: 
Stockport

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