Jobs

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Senior Community Projects Lead - Groundwork Greater Manchester

Published date: 
Friday, 15th October 2021
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Groundwork Greater Manchester is recruiting a Senior Community Projects Lead. Engaging local communities in the Resilient River Valleys project, with a view to ensuring that our natural environment is better understood, used, valued and protected by a more diverse range of people.

Contract type: Fixed term

Working hours: Full time 36.66 hours per week

Salary: £28,000

Location: Trafford Ecology Park, working across Greater Manchester

Applications closing date: 9am, Monday 8 November

Interview date: Week 15 November

Community Outreach Worker - Groundwork Greater Manchester

Published date: 
Friday, 15th October 2021
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Groundwork Greater Manchester is recruiting a Community Outreach Worker. Delivering a range of activities and events which ensure that our natural environment is better understood, used, valued and protected by a more diverse range of people as part of the Resilient River Valleys project.

Contract type: Fixed term

Working hours: 30 hours per week

Salary: £22,000 pro rata

Location: Trafford Ecology Park, working across Greater Manchester

Applications closing date: 9am, Monday 8 November

Interview date: Week 15 November

Project Assistant Trainee - Rochdale and District Disability Action Group

Published date: 
Wednesday, 13th October 2021
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Rochdale and District Disability Action Group (RADDAG) is recruiting a Project Assistant Trainee. RADDAG, a disabled people’s organisation working across the Rochdale borough has an opportunity for a Project Assistant trainee to join us on a 12 month fixed term contract. This is a great opportunity to develop your skills, access training linked to the role and to gain experience of working within an established voluntary sector organisation.

Contract type: 12 month fixed term

Working hours: 21 hours per week

Salary: £9,729 (£17,142 fte)

Community Business Manager - Healthy Me Healthy Communities

Published date: 
Wednesday, 13th October 2021
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Healthy Me Healthy Communities is recruiting a Community Business Manager.

It is a not for profit social enterprise using the power of food to tackle healthy inequality. 

It is looking for a pro-active and tenacious person to join our friendly and purposeful team. The Community Business Manager will lead on managing, developing and scaling our food and community development offer and services. 

Hours: 37.5hrs a week

Contract: Fixed term until October 2022

Salary: £30, 750 per annum

Dad Matters Coordinator (MMHS Pilot) - Home-Start Oldham, Stockport & Tameside

Published date: 
Tuesday, 12th October 2021
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Home-Start Oldham, Stockport & Tameside is working in partnership with the Maternal Mental Health Service to develop the support on offer for dads and co-parents. It is looking for a Dad Matters Co-ordinator to join its team to develop targeted interventions for dads and co-parents in the maternity and perinatal period. The successful candidate will work closely with colleagues from the Maternal Mental Health Services and with colleagues from parent/infant services, health visiting, and children’s services and with a wide range of dads and dads-to-be.

Trainee Outreach Therapist - Noah’s ART

Published date: 
Friday, 8th October 2021
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Noah’s ART is recruiting a Trainee Outreach Therapist. You will be joining an experienced and dedicated team providing animal assisted therapy to Greater Manchester. Training in animal assisted therapy will be provided, alongside how Noah’s A.R.T. provides its unique service. You will be expected to learn from its current staff and to assist on its outreach sessions. This may require travelling to a venue within Greater Manchester. The aim of the role is to train you to ultimately lead outreach visits independently.

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Executive Chair - Greater Manchester Alternative Provider Federation

Published date: 
Friday, 8th October 2021
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The new Greater Manchester Alternative Provider Federation is seeking an experienced Executive Chairperson who will represent it at senior levels in the new Integrated Care System and promote the development of VCSE sector service providers in Greater Manchester. This is a critical role, acting both as the ‘glue’ for the development of the Federation and also creating a dialogue between the Alternative Provider Federation and the Integrated Care System.

Renumeration: £15,000 p.a., including expenses 

Period of contract: initially for 12 months. 

Project Manager - Greater Manchester Alternative Provider Federation

Published date: 
Friday, 8th October 2021
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The new Greater Manchester Alternative Provider Federation is seeking an experienced Project Manager to help it develop its membership, functions and role. Your work will complement that of its Executive Chair – a new role it is also recruiting to. This is a critical role for it as it moves to develop an idea into a functioning entity. You will be an experienced, highly motivated Project Manager who is excited about this new initiative and committed to helping it ensure it delivers. 

Salary Range: £35,934 FTE (NJC scale 33)

Older People’s Equalities Panel Development Worker - Manchester Community Central

Published date: 
Friday, 8th October 2021
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Are you passionate about inclusion, social justice and equality? Manchester Community Central (Macc) is looking for someone to work alongside Greater Manchester Older People’s Network on an exciting new project to set up an Equalities Panel of older people for Greater Manchester. Funded by and working in partnership with the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, the panel will help tackle the structural and organisational prejudice and discrimination that causes inequality and injustice in our society.

Director - Cartwheel Arts

Published date: 
Friday, 1st October 2021
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Cartwheel Arts is recruiting a Director. It is looking for an experienced leader who is passionate about the social impact that participatory arts can make in low income neighbourhoods and marginalised communities, delivering creative excitement and positive outcomes for both individuals and groups, and in bringing about a socially just society.

Contract type: Permanent

Working hours: Full time 37 hours per week

Salary: £40,000 per annum plus 7.5% pension

Location: Heywood

Applications closing date: 9am, Friday 22 October