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Administrator (Meeting and Events) at Salford CVS

Salford CVS are seeking to recruit a full time Meeting and Events Administrator. The post holder will have a key role within the Administration Team, with a focus on meetings and events to support the smooth running of the organisations activities. The role requires an excellent eye for detail and a highly organised approach. You will have a lot of different people to deal with and a wide variety of tasks, which you will need to take responsibility for. Are you efficient and organised with excellent attention to detail?

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37.5 hours per week
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£19,554 - £21,166 per annum
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Salford
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Housing Management Officer at The Salvation Army Housing Association

Would you like a meaningful job that makes a difference, with flexibility and real potential for growth? 

The Salvation Army Housing Association (saha) is an organisation that provides a range of housing and varied support services to vulnerable people. The Salvation Army Housing Association aim to support people in achieving their full potential. The Salvation Army Housing Association are currently going through a large period of growth and have a vacancy for a Housing Management Officer.

About the role:

Hours: 
20 hours per week
Salary: 
£18,650 per annum (pro rata)
Location: 
Manchester – The Limes
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The Roaring Twenties

3 Jan 2020 - 12:40 by Mike Wild

One of the things I’ve said many times over the years is the need to think about volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity as a way of coping with a rapidly changing world. I’m not going to tell you to stop doing that! With a new Government with such a large majority we now know that after years, things will start moving fast…or at least it will look and feel as if they are. That big majority means acceleration. We’re just still waiting to see what direction it will take. Who knows what version of ‘One Nation Conservatism’ we will actually see?

Blogging in a post-truth age

4 Dec 2019 - 16:05 by karen.dyson

There’s a general principal in Macc that we’ll write blogs. There are several good reasons behind this; they’re a good way of setting out our position as an organisation and sharing our values and culture; they can help us engage with the sector and start conversations; they’re more relaxed and personal than formal briefing papers or articles; and they give us a bit more pondering space than the 280 characters on Twitter.

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General election guidance for VCSE organisations

20 Nov 2019 - 10:44 by helen.walker

Macc is already experiencing some of the effects of the pre-election or ‘Purdah’ period, which has seen conferences cancelled, meetings being postponed and consultations deferred.

It is important that voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations are able to campaign and argue for policy changes that could benefit the people and communities of Manchester. Please find below a document with guidance on what we can and can’t say and do in the run up to 12 December.

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Macc co-signs open letter to the Prime Minister on No-deal Brexit

29 Aug 2019 - 10:51 by Mike Wild

Macc has joined forces with over 85 organisations in expressing our grave concerns about the impacts a no-deal Brexit will have on civil society. Together with organisations from across the devolved nations, as well as a breadth of English regions, we have called on the Prime Minister to urgently engage with our concerns about leaving the EU without a deal on the 31st October.

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Spirit of Manchester - Media Partner Opportunity

23 Aug 2019 - 11:45 by Mike Wild

Now in its 7th year, our Spirit of Manchester programme is an annual celebration of the work of the thousands of volunteers, community groups, charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises in Manchester. Macc’s aim in running this programme is to raise the profile of the sector among the public to encourage local giving and active citizenship.

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Bothered and Bewildered but not Bewitched.

9 Aug 2019 - 16:10 by Mike Wild

I’ve been wondering what else we could do to encourage the voices of leaders of charities, voluntary organisations and community groups around Brexit. My impression is that charity sector leaders would certainly want to speak up but are unsure how to go about it in the right way. Is Brexit simply too difficult for us to talk about?

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"Louis, I think this is the beginning of me being your critical friend..."

31 Jul 2019 - 14:53 by Mike Wild

I started writing something shortly after the new Prime Minister has made his first speech on the steps of Downing Street. Another premiership set to be dominated by Brexit. It has paralysed national policy and politics for the last 3 years and it looks like this is set to continue for the foreseeable future...but the phrase which is ringing in my ears from the speech is “the doubters, the doomsters, the gloomsters”. I suspect many politicians would put charities and campaigners in those categories.

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