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Future Fires

29 Nov 2019 - 10:49 by michelle.foster

ContactFuture Fires is a programme which supports young artists to develop a socially-engaged art project in their own communities. During the twelve-month programme, Future Fires will receive high-level training and mentoring to develop their creative practice, leadership and project management skills. Once the training is completed, Future Fires will receive up to £1,000 of funding to make it happen.

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Greater Manchester Suicide Bereavement Information Service

29 Nov 2019 - 10:42 by michelle.foster

Greater Manchester Suicide Bereavement Information ServiceThe impact of bereavement through suicide is devastating - for family - for friends - for the community. The Suicide Bereavement Information Service has been set up to help answer your questions - whether seeking advice on immediate issues that need addressing or making you aware of ongoing support services.

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Manchester City Council Welfare Reform Survey

29 Nov 2019 - 10:40 by michelle.foster

Manchester City CouncilManchester City Council would like to understand how their residents have been affected by welfare reform and Universal Credit. Manchester residents who claim Universal Credit (or their family claim) are encouraged to answer these questions to tell the Council how Universal Credit is affecting their life. Responses will also be used to help the Council and their partners develop services.  

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Measure your digital readiness with a new online tool

29 Nov 2019 - 10:38 by michelle.foster

Digital Readiness ToolSkills for Care have worked in partnership with Digital Social Care to create a digital self-assessment tool for social care employers. The free online tool will help to measure:

• how capable staff are in harnessing the benefits of digital tools and skills
• whether they have the right infrastructure in place to use more digital tools

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Social Worker, Community Mental Health Area Team (North West) at Manchester Mind

Manchester Mind is working with Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust to deliver roles within community mental health teams in Manchester. To help with this work Manchester Mind are looking to employ a social worker. The post-holder will work within an integrated, multi-disciplinary team with staff employed both by Manchester Mind and the Trust.

As a Social Worker you will be a crucial member of the team. You would be proactively supporting and care co-ordinating a caseload of people with mental health problems and complex needs.

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37 hours per week
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£32,878 per annum + weekend enhancements + 5% pension contribution
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Manchester
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Court Support Worker at Crossroads Derbyshire

The role:
You will be working alongside Crossroads Derbyshire’s Domestic Abuse Outreach Team to offer support to victims of domestic abuse who need to access legal services for criminal, civil or family court matters. You will offer support with the court process, enabling the victim to fully participate in the process and to advocate on their behalf when necessary.

This post offers excellent short-term experience to the right candidate with the potential to extend beyond March 2020.

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22.5 hours per week
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Scale point 10 £20,751 per annum pro rata
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Derbyshire
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Young Women’s Domestic Abuse Worker (Maternity Cover) at Crossroads Derbyshire

The role:
You will be delivering one-to-one and group work to young people (13-24 years) affected by domestic abuse in their own intimate relationships. This award-winning project offers excellent short-term experience to the right candidate with the potential to extend beyond March 2020.

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.

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

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37 hours per week
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Scale point 10 £20,751 per annum
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Derbyshire
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