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Administrator at Wai Yin Society

Wai Yin Society seeks an Administrator to provide administrative support at the Welcome Centre.  

Wai Yin Society are looking for someone with excellent interpersonal communication skills and reception skills, as well as good IT skills. Strong candidates will have a track record of working with customers from various ethnic minority communities and experience of providing administrative support.

Contract: Temporary position to cover maternity leave until 14 October 2022.

This post requires applicants who speak fluent English.

10 hours per week
£8.91 per hour until 31 March 2022, £9.50 per hour from 1 April 2022
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County Lines Child Trafficking Community and Family Support Manager at AFRUCA

AFRUCA - Safeguarding Children is a national charity promoting the safeguarding and well-being of children in Black and Minority Ethnic communities. AFRUCA has its Head Office in London and a Centre for Children and Families in Manchester.

36 hours per week with flexible and remote working
£30,000 per annum
AFRUCA Centre for Children and Families, Manchester

Women’s Refuge Worker at Saheli

Saheli supports women and children experiencing domestic abuse, from Black Asian and Minority communities. Saheli (meaning friend) is committed to creating a safe space, providing culturally sensitive support, language assistance and a voice and identity to Black and Minoritised women facing violence in their lives.

Job purpose:
To support Asian women and their children fleeing domestic abuse at the Refuges.

17.5 hours per week (Some evening and weekend work required)
£20,106 per annum, pro rata (Actual £10,053)

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Through this fund, Rosa are offering two-year grants of up to £40,000 to Black and minoritised-led women’s and girls’ organisations in the UK which have been established for three years or more, and which have an average income of less than £100,000 per year.

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