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Hospital Worker – Homeless Healthcare Service at Urban Village Medical Practice

Urban Village Medical Practice are looking for someone to undertake this role for 12 months maternity cover, working as part of our Hospital in reach service to homeless in patients at the MRI.

Urban Village Medical Practice deliver a Homeless Healthcare Service which provides accessible comprehensive primary care offer to homeless people in the City.

Hours: 
Full-time
Salary: 
£31,740 per annum
Location: 
Manchester

Advanced Nurse Practitioner – Homeless Healthcare Service at Urban Village Medical Practice

Urban Village Medical Practice are recruiting for an experienced ANP to come and join their team as they continue to deliver high quality, accessible healthcare for homeless people in Manchester. It’s an exciting time for the service as Urban Village Medical Practice look to develop a clinical outreach across a range of locations using their clinical van. This role will be expected to take a lead on developing this part of our service, and also deliver clinical sessions at the Practice, offering a comprehensive primary care service for this group of patients as part of the wider team.

Hours: 
Full-time
Salary: 
£45,753 - £51,668 per annum
Location: 
Manchester

Free activities to help Greater Manchester residents through the winter

14 Jan 2021 - 11:05 by michelle.foster

greater momentsThere are now hundreds of free activities on offer to help older Greater Manchester residents through the winter, especially those living with dementia.

The activities will be provided through the Greater Moments app in partnership with Bright Copper Kettles CIC, an organisation who provides practical, evidence-based wellbeing activities within care homes.

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Striving to thrive in 2021

10 February, 2021 - 18:00 to 19:30

The Ubele Initiative's Young Emerging Leaders Collective (YELC) presents ‘Striving to thrive in 2021'.

This workshop is designed to explore vision, goals and possibilities for your life, work, organisation through the insight of Appreciative leadership approach.

For more information and to register click here

 

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Training and Learning Programme Manager at Healthy Me Healthy Communities

Healthy Me Healthy Communities is a not for profit social enterprise founded in 2012 making a positive difference to people’s health, lives and local communities. HMHC operates on the principles of coproduction, bringing together a range of partners, resources and assets for achieving positive outcomes in neighbourhoods across Manchester. At the heart of our work is involving people who benefit from their work, believing everyone has the skills and capacity for improving their own, families and communities’ outcomes.

Hours: 
22.5 hours per week (3 days)
Salary: 
£26,000 per annum pro rata, actual salary £15,600 per annum
Location: 
TBC with flexibility on locations in Manchester and home
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Finance Manager at Manchester Deaf Centre

Manchester Deaf Centre is the largest organisation in Greater Manchester providing support services to people with hearing loss. The Centre is a popular place for hard of hearing, D/deaf and deaf blind people to meet, find information, advice and guidance, opportunities to learn and socialise.

Hours: 
Part-time – 3 days per week
Salary: 
£26,999 per annum pro rata (Actual: £16,199.40 per annum)
Location: 
The Manchester Deaf Centre, Crawford House, The University Precinct, Booth Street East, Manchester, M13 9GH
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Manchester Social Prescribing Development Fund

8 Jan 2021 - 11:26 by michelle.foster

big life groupThe Big Life Group are excited to announce the launch of the Manchester Social Prescribing Development Fund.

The aim of the fund is to support new and established groups and organisations to build capacity and deliver projects to support social prescribing to people over the age of 18. The fund will support people in improving or help with managing their health and wellbeing.

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Local Connections Fund

7 Jan 2021 - 13:44 by michelle.foster

national lottery community fundThe Local Connections Fund is a new £4 million fund to help charities and community groups in England that are working to reduce loneliness by helping them build connections across their communities.

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and The National Lottery Community Fund are investing £2 million each.

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