The Curve Community Centre was set up following the Grenfell Tower tragedy. The Curve is looking for passionate people who have the ideas, skills and experience to drive the future of the Curve so that it can provide a positive legacy for the North Kensington community.
Some patients and carers use different types of patient-held information about medication (which we abbreviate to “PHIMed”) to help them remember their current medicines, and to show to healthcare professionals. We would like to find out how PHIMed is used in practice, what helps and hinders its use, and what the important features are.
This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated and experienced individual to join our team.Working closely with the executive, management team and external partners, you will be responsible for: The development and effective delivery of Westway Trust’s Fundraising Plan to increase charitable income; develop new fundraising campaigns and develop strong relationships with funders (actual and potential). Monitoring and developing our Impact Measurement, across our new business strategy.Hours:35 hours per week Salary: £50,000- £55,000 per annum depending on experience and qualifications
The ideal candidate will have the following attributes: Previous experience playing Eton Fives or Wallball, or the ability to learn a new ball game within a short timeframe (as the current Manager / Coach has done very successfully).Excellent coaching skills, ideally within a school environment. Good organisational and interpersonal skills.'Get up and go’ attitude.
Persistence, imagination and the desire to improve people’s lives through sport.This is an opportunity to join a highly successful programme and take it to the next level.
We are looking for someone with energy and expertise in implementing a programme to reach a broad base of local residents, interest groups and local organisations to ensure people have a say and are involved as proposals progress. Hours: 35 hours per week Period: Permanent Salary: c£45,000
As Marketing Coordinator you will be responsible for designing, developing, and implementing the Community Living Well Marketing and Communication strategy, to publicise the clinical and wellbeing services on offer to a wide audience of practitioners, referrers, individuals and carers. Full Time: 37.5 hours per week. Salary: £28,485 - £30,153 per annum
The awards are open for entries until 7th June 2018. 19th Annual Charity Times Awards Celebrating best practice in the UK charity and not-for-profit sector, organised by Charity Times.
The service delivers specialist, trauma focused, integrated holistic, high-intensity care pathways from a multi-disciplinary team. The Mental Health Advocates are pivotal members of this team, and this is an opportunity to work with a diverse remit to ensure quality of advocacy provision, with innovation as central to service delivery. Salary: £30,000 per annum (pro-rata) Hours: 17.5 hours per week (part-time)
The ideal candidates will be passionate about developing and delivering empowering client centred services and would thrive in a multi-cultural feminist environment.We welcome and encourage applications from women of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from black, minority and ethnic communities. (Female Applicants Only) Salary: £30,000 per annum (pro rata) 7-14 hours per week (part-time)
The Hub for London is a new infrastructure support organisation for the region’s civil society. This new organisation will offer a range of support for charities, social action groups and community organisations among others.The CEO will occupy an exciting and high-profile role that builds on a wider programme of work in place across London called The Way Ahead. Salary: £60,000 .