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Stockport and Manchester Answer Cancer Outreach

19 Jan 2022 - 15:50 by michelle.foster

rising stars north westRising Stars North West have a new project starting in February called Stockport and Manchester Answer Cancer targeting men of African and Caribbean descent living in Stockport and Manchester. The aim is to raise awareness about prostate and bowel cancers, have a better understanding of signs and symptoms to look out for, and how and where to get tested.  

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Free one-to one Trauma informed counselling

19 Jan 2022 - 15:06 by michelle.foster

trcTRC Sexual Abuse and Rape Support Greater Manchester is providing free one-to one trauma informed counselling. There are face-to-face, telephone or video therapy options. Up to 26 sessions are being offered with trauma informed counsellors.

Referrals can be made online from across Greater Manchester.

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Carers Manchester Network – Learning and Development Programme Project Worker at Gaddum

The Carers Manchester Network Learning and development Project Worker will provide a range of functions which support the delivery of the Carers Manchester Learning and Development programme.

This will involve working extensively with Statutory, Voluntary sector partners and within the existing carers Manchester services to enhance the learning and development opportunities that are available to carers in Manchester

Hours: 
17.5 hours per week (with flexible working required to suit the needs of the role)
Salary: 
£22,183 per annum, pro rata
Location: 
Manchester
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Administrative Worker at Talbot House

Talbot House provide vital support services for parents and unpaid carers of people with severe learning disabilities and complex needs who live in the Manchester area, delivered from our building in Newton Heath. Talbot House’s goal is to provide essential support and be an advocate for their carers in getting the correct benefits, finding care services, help with form filling/letter writing, training for carers, along with the mental health and wellbeing support that many carers of learning disabled people desperately need.

Hours: 
27.5 hours per week (Monday to Friday, 9am – 3pm)
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£15,023 per annum / £10.51 per hour
Location: 
Talbot House Office, Manchester
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This Is We Safety4Sisters migrant women writers’ anthology short film

13 Jan 2022 - 13:24 by michelle.foster

safety4sistersSafety4Sisters Northwest is a small feminist and anti-racist women’s group working to uphold the human rights of migrant women subject to gender-based violence and immigration control/no recourse to public funds.   

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Answer Cancer

13 Jan 2022 - 13:16 by michelle.foster

answer cancerAnswer Cancer is a Voluntary Sector partnership working to improve cancer awareness across Greater Manchester. It aims to increase cancer screening rates, especially within communities where take-up is currently low.

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Empower people to make more informed decisions about their health with free Better Information Programme training from buzz

13 Jan 2022 - 13:13 by michelle.foster

buzzbuzz Library and Knowledge Service is delivering free training sessions for health, social care, community and voluntary sector staff on misinformation and health literacy as part of their Better Information Programme. There are two sessions: Introduction to Misinformation and Health Literacy Awareness. Book your place to find out how you can empower people to make more informed decisions about their health through health information.

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Inclusive neighbourhoods – Promoting social inclusion in housing with care and support

27 January, 2022 - 14:00 to 15:30

Join the International Longevity Centre UK for the virtual launch of their upcoming policy report on promoting social inclusion in housing with care and support (HCS) for older people.

This event will be chaired by Prof Thomas Scharf, Prof of Social Gerontology at Newcastle University.

Speakers include:

Head of Finance at Gaddum

Gaddum are actively seeking a Head of Finance to support in delivering their organisational objectives through a financial management function and controls ensuring quality, governance and value for money.

The role will be responsible and accountable directly to the Chief Executive and be a member of Senior Leadership team and reporting to Trustee Board as required.

Gaddum aim to empower and enhance the lives of people in Greater Manchester.

Hours: 
Minimum 21 hour per week up to 35 hours per week with flexible working required to suit the needs of the role
Salary: 
£43,857 per annum, pro rata
Location: 
St Wilfrid’s Enterprise Centre, Hulme and other service delivery sites, as required
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