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HR Manager at 42nd Street

42nd Street is an award winning young people’s mental health charity working across Greater Manchester.

You will be an experienced HR professional, career focused and driven to develop people, and organisational practice. You will be an excellent communicator, matched by a real attention to detail, planning and be deadline focused. You will have a rigorous approach to maintaining confidentiality, information governance and data protection standards.

Hours: 
30 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC Pts. 30-35 £32,878 - £37,849 pro rata
Location: 
Central Manchester headquarters
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Marketing and Communications Officer at Venture Arts

Venture Arts is a progressive, award-winning visual arts charity based in Hulme, Manchester. Venture Arts strive for people with learning disabilities to engage with and gain recognition in art, culture and society. Venture Arts support adults and young people with learning disabilities to reach their full potential.

Hours: 
22.5 hours per week
Salary: 
£20,000 – £22,000 per annum pro rata dependent on experience
Location: 
Manchester
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Service Manager – Homeless Healthcare Service at Urban Village Medical Practice

Urban Village Medical Practice are looking to recruit an experienced and committed Service Manager for their Homeless Healthcare Service. The Practice has a long history of delivering a comprehensive healthcare service to homeless people in the City and has just been awarded a 3+2 year contract to continue this provision which is an integral part of the City's response to homelessness.

Job summary:
To be responsible for the operational management and strategic oversight and development of the service, working closely with the Service Clinical Lead, on behalf of the SLMT.

Hours: 
37 hours per week
Salary: 
£37,570 - £43,772 per annum dependent on experience
Location: 
Manchester

Housing Worker at The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid)

The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid) (PTMWA) is a women-led organisation whose vision is to ensure that people, suffering, or at risk of domestic abuse receive appropriate support. PTMWA assist recovery by providing safe accommodation, specialist support services and by working in partnership with other agencies. PTMWA also run the only museum dedicated to telling the story of women’s fight for the right to vote at our Pankhurst Centre headquarters.

Hours: 
35 hours per week, on a rota covering the hours of 09.00 – 20.00
Salary: 
£18,434 per annum
Location: 
Manchester
Shared Topic Areas: 

Exploring the poverty premium

Overview
Low income consumers in the UK face several disadvantages in the marketplace, facing higher costs (known as the poverty premium) for things like credit, insurance, transport and energy bills. However, policy and the marketplace has been slow to respond to these disadvantages despite the poverty premium potentially costing some households in excess of £1500 per annum.

18 March, 2020 (All day)
Save the Children, Rhodesia House, 52 Princess St, Manchester M1 6JX.
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Understanding poverty measurement, definitions and data

Overview
Debates about whether poverty exists in the UK and how to define and measure it have raged for decades. A multitude of data is available that helps quantify poverty, but that wealth of data can make finding the most useful and best supporting evidence difficult. By the end of this one-day course participants will have developed an understanding of what key poverty datasets tell us, how best to access data sources and how to use this knowledge to support the work that they do. 

Lunch provided, refreshments throughout the day.

12 March, 2020 - 09:30 to 15:45
Church House, 90 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2GH
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Maximising support for people on low incomes in the austerity era

How can we maximise the support available to low income households in the austerity era? A one day course run in partnership with Greater Manchester Poverty Action (GMPA).

This course will explore how to access and identify support for people on low incomes in the context of social security reforms and cuts. This course is for VCSE organisations who work with people experiencing poverty and who wish to understand how to maximise support for their service users and public sector professionals involved in service design and delivery.

8 October, 2020 - 09:30 to 15:45
Church House, 90 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2GH.
Shared Topic Areas: 

Maximising support for people on low incomes in the austerity era

How can we maximise the support available to low income households in the austerity era? A one day course run in partnership with Greater Manchester Poverty Action (GMPA).

This course will explore how to access and identify support for people on low incomes in the context of social security reforms and cuts. This course is for VCSE organisations who work with people experiencing poverty and who wish to understand how to maximise support for their service users and public sector professionals involved in service design and delivery.

28 April, 2020 - 09:30 to 15:45
Church House, 90 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2GH.
Shared Topic Areas: 

Maximising support for people on low incomes in the austerity era

How can we maximise the support available to low income households in the austerity era? A one day course run in partnership with Greater Manchester Poverty Action (GMPA).

This course will explore how to access and identify support for people on low incomes in the context of social security reforms and cuts. This course is for VCSE organisations who work with people experiencing poverty and who wish to understand how to maximise support for their service users and public sector professionals involved in service design and delivery.

28 February, 2020 - 09:30 to 15:45
Church House, 90 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2GH.
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Using your lived experience in Mental Health

An inspirational one day training session that enables people to explore their lived experience of mental health issues and how to best use these insights to inform and influence the development and delivery of support services.  It is for those who have experienced mental distress and want to change things for the better.

Covering:

7 April, 2020 - 11:00 to 16:00
Manchester - venue to be confirmed

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