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Independent Child Trafficking Guardian- Barnardo’s National Counter Trafficking Service

Published date: 
Monday, 25th July 2022
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Barnardo's National Counter Trafficking Service has four services in various areas across England and Wales. This includes the Independent Child Trafficking Guardianship Service (ICTG Service). 

Guardians work in the best interests of children to be an independent source of advice for children who have been trafficked, to speak up on their behalf and help them orientate around social welfare, immigration and criminal justice systems.

Independent Child Trafficking Guardians work to;

School Counsellor- Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind

Published date: 
Monday, 25th July 2022
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We have an opportunity for a School Counsellor to join the organisation on a fixed term basis. Reporting to the Project Manager Youth in Mind, the School counsellor will be responsible for working directly with children and young people on a 1-1 basis within an education setting. You will play a key role as part of the Youth in Mind team to support our local school counselling offer.

Children, Young People and Families Hub Practitioner- Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind

Published date: 
Monday, 25th July 2022
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We have opportunities for Children, Young People and Families Hub Practitioners to join the organisation. There are permanent and fixed term positions available. The Children, Young People and Families Hub Practitioners will be responsible for providing effective early intervention, prevention and family services based within community hubs. You will carry a caseload of clients providing assessment, guided self help, psychoeducation, therapeutic courses, workshops, assemblies and more.

Digital Skills Associate- Digital Wellbeing Project PCrefurb

Published date: 
Monday, 25th July 2022
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PCrefurb is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation with the aim of engaging the IT skills of those in the community who need help overcoming various difficulties and challenges, recruiting them as volunteers to obtain and refurbish donated IT equipment to then give to those in need. The organisation has gone from strength to strength, and is now proud to be partnering with the NHS on an exciting digital literacy programme - the ‘Digital Wellbeing Project’ which is in its second year of delivery.

Could Your Group Reuse and Repurpose Testing Booths?

Published date: 
Wednesday, 20th July 2022
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Tameside Council have 30+ testing booths which were previously used at Tameside COVID testing sites. They have been cleaned down and have not been used since July 2021, so there will be no risk of COVID from the booths. The Council want to donate the booths to groups to recycle/re-use.

They are light weight and fit together by interlocking therefore, do not need screws or nails. They are light weight, but a van would be needed for transporting them.

Various Roles: Sessional-Diversity Matters Northwest

Published date: 
Tuesday, 19th July 2022
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Diversity Matters North West (DMNW) Ltd is looking for experienced and highly motivated candidates who share our values and ethos to join our expanding team working with minority communities to address inequalities in health and wellbeing, learning, employment and volunteering. These roles are on a sessional / casual basis to cover peaks in activities and staff leave.

The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service- The MBE for Volunteer Groups

Published date: 
Monday, 18th July 2022
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As we all know Tameside, Oldham and Rochdale have many voluntary and charitable organisations which do amazing work within their communities.  Without the volunteers who give their time so freely, many of these groups would not survive and so it is right that these bighearted people are recognized in a significant and meaningful way.  The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK. 

Motability - Active Travel Grants

Aims/priorities: Grants are available to local not-for-profit groups for projects which expand access to quality and affordable travel equipment and journeys, and ensure disabled people have the same opportunities to make decisions about how they travel in the UK.

Who can apply? Medium to large charities and organisations with established ways of working may apply. Groups must:

Motability - Research Grants

Aims/priorities: Grants are available for not-for-profit groups to undertake research to help better understand the problems that disabled people face in the transport system and to how they can be solved.

Who can apply? 

Medium to large charities and organisations with established ways of working may apply. This includes academic organisations which are charitable in nature. Groups must:

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