Salary: £23,000 per annum pro rata / 28 hours per week, fixed term for 1 year, (extension funding dependent)
Learn English at Home (LEAH) is seeking a new Programmes Assistant to join a committed team and help them improve support for their clients, referrers and partners.
Continue reading “Programmes Assistant, LEAH – apply by 5 February 2020”
Salary: £18,192 – £19,515 per annum (£27,500 – £29,500 FTE) / 30 hours per week
Are you passionate about outdoor learning, with a personal commitment to environmental sustainability? Do you have the ability to inspire and engage others to understand and respect their environment?
Continue reading “Education Manager, River Thames Boat Project – apply by 24 January 2020”
Salary: £35 per hour / 1 day per week minimum
MiD Mediation and Counselling are looking for an experienced and fully qualified Counsellor for flexible sessional work.
Continue reading “Child and Adult Counsellor, MiD (part time) – apply by 31 January 2020”
Salary: £28,612 pa pro rata, plus 5% employer pension contribution / 21 hours per week
Are you the person to lead on recruitment and training of new volunteers and oversee the training of existing staff and volunteers for a local advice charity?
Continue reading “Training Supervisor, Citizens Advice Richmond – apply by 14 February 2020”
Salary: £28,000 per annum (pro rata) / 30 hours per week
RB Mind provides opportunities for individuals with lived experience of mental health conditions to gain skills supporting others, which often forms a huge part of their own recovery journeys. This is an opportunity to lead these services.
Continue reading “Peer & Volunteering Services Manager, RB Mind – apply by 27 January 2020”
Salary: circa £27,000 per annum (pro rata) / 21 hours per week
RB Mind is looking for an individual who is passionate about promoting the carers agenda and who can lead the Carers in Mind team in identifying and promoting the rights of carers and delivering services to meet this need.
Continue reading “Carers in Mind Co-ordinator RB Mind – apply by 27 January 2020”
Are you responsible for the recruitment or management of volunteers where services are being delivered to vulnerable adults and/or children and young people? If so, this session is for you.
Continue reading “Book now: Safer Recruitment and Management of Volunteers – 28 Jan 2020”
If you use Office 365, do you make best use of all the apps it includes?
Join this hands-on session to find out how to make the most of your subscription and gain a greater insight into the full range of features and apps that you could be benefiting from.
We will also look at optional extras, such as email encryption and data management controls, which are particularly relevant for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
If your organisation is looking at smarter ways of working, this is a great opportunity to boost your skills and productivity.
Find out more and book here.
Communicating and engaging with supporters, stakeholders and beneficiaries is increasingly important for charities as the demand to increase income and service delivery with less resource is increasingly common. Attractive email campaigns can be a quick and cost-effective way to help achieve those goals.
Join this training session to learn how Mailchimp can help you design email newsletters, share them on social networks, integrate them with other online services and track your results. You don’t need any specialist technical know-how and it’s free to use.
This is a beginners course which requires good basic computer skills but no other specific ICT skills or knowledge.
The session will be delivered by Sorrel Parsons, Digital Adviser & Training Manager at Superhighways.
Find out more and book your place here.
Is your organisation thinking about introducing a volunteer programme or building on an existing one? This is a bite size training session to look at the key considerations when developing a volunteer management programme.
Continue reading “Book now: Developing a Volunteer Management Programme Part 1 – 25 February 2020”