Tameside

Tameside

Women in Innovation Awards 2022/23

Aims/priorities: The Women in Innovation Awards aim to fund and support women with innovative ideas and ambitious plans that will inspire others. The awards are for female founders, co-founders or senior decision makers working in UK businesses that have been operating for at least one year.

Applicants must be confident, with the support of an award, that they can make a significant contribution to a pressing societal, environmental and/or economic challenge through projects across a variety of innovation areas.

Programmes Manager-Greater Manchester Youth Network

Published date: 
Tuesday, 9th August 2022
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Due to expansion of our programmes and delivery, we are looking to recruit an experienced Programmes Manager. The Programmes Manager will work closely with the current Programmes Manager and Head of Delivery to ensure that all our activities for young people are delivered to the highest standard and that the impact of delivery is appropriately measured. The Programmes Manager will visit delivery in order to quality check programmes and will ensure that impact measurement procedures are being followed.  

Casual Environmental Operative-Greenscape at LEAP

Published date: 
Tuesday, 9th August 2022
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We are an established Gardening, Clearance & Grounds Maintenance business based in Tameside, looking for experienced casual staff to join our busy team.

This is a manual job, including heavy lifting plus use of groundwork tools and equipment, therefore you will need to be physically fit.  As this role includes driving a works vehicle, you will need to be a driver.

If you hold a full UK driving licence, have experience of grounds maintenance and enjoy taking pride in your work, we would really like to hear from you!

Santander Foundation - Financial and Digital Empowerment Fund

Aims/priorities: The funding is intended to support community organisations that are working with people in society who are experiencing disadvantage - whether through age, education, income, disability or unemployment - to equip them with improved digital and financial literacy skills.

Who can apply?  Applications will be accepted from charitable and social enterprise organisations with an annual income above £75,000. Applicants must:

Social Prescribing Link Worker (Prestwich)-Bury VCFA

Published date: 
Monday, 8th August 2022
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This role is to empower the people of Prestwich to take control of their health and wellbeing through referral to non-clinical support with the VCSE (Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise) sector.

Work in partnership with the Primary Care Networks and their GP surgeries to ensure patient referrals from primary care and other health professionals, provide holistic assessments and co-design a social prescription to improve health and well-being outcomes for individuals, with a longer-term outcome of reducing the number of clinical /medical interventions required.

Community Research Networks Expression of Interest Competition

Aims/priorities: UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has confirmed it will invest £4.4 million over the next four years in the creation of a series of Community Research Networks across the UK. This will form part of its goal to deliver economic, social, and cultural benefits from research and innovation to all UK citizens.

The funding is intended to help local areas by investing in organisations which can support the sustainable and equitable involvement of communities in research.

Tree Council - Branching Out Fund

Aims/priorities: The Tree Council was founded in 1973 with major support from the then Department of the Environment and in 1978 became an independent registered charity. The Tree Council's aims are to:

Improve the environment in town and country by promoting the planting and conservation of trees and woods throughout the United Kingdom.

Disseminate knowledge about trees and their management.

Act as a forum for organisations concerned with trees, to identify national problems and to provide initiatives for cooperation.

Projects and Partnerships Officer-10GM

Published date: 
Friday, 5th August 2022

Projects and Partnerships Officer - 10GM

Starting salary: £28,226

As our organisation is expanding, we are recruiting a Projects & Partnerships Officer to support the delivery of a range of projects, programmes and partnerships across Greater Manchester.

Application is by CV and a supporting statement which tells us about your experience of producing project plans, organising tasks and your communication skills.

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