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Greater Manchester Women's Project: Free workshops in Facilitation and Leadership Skills leads to ASDAN award in Leadership

6 May 2021 - 14:52 by michelle.foster

odd artsAre you a woman living in Rochdale, Oldham, Salford, Manchester, Wigan or Bolton?

Would you like to take part in a series of free workshops to develop you facilitator/leadership skills and develop your own creative campaign or workshop?

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Free Think CO workshops

6 May 2021 - 14:44 by michelle.foster

gas safe charity logoThe Gas Safe Charity runs free, on line 'Think CO' workshops to raise awareness of carbon monoxide (CO) risks in the homes of vulnerable people. They are aimed at those staff and volunteers who provide support in the home. After the training you will be more aware of the sources, signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and understand what to do if you suspect a CO incident.

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South Asian Heritage Month '21 – Greater Manchester Theme Launch

20 May, 2021 - 19:00 to 20:00

South Asian Heritage Month 2021 – this event is aimed at Greater Manchester communities and organisations.

This event will be hosted by Dr Binita Kane (Co-Founder of South Asian Heritage Month) and Manchester-based doctor, with guest speakers from across Greater Manchester. It is an opportunity to learn the inspiration behind South Asian Heritage Month, understand the goals of the campaign, why it's important for Greater Manchester and how you can get involved. Whether you are an individual, representing a community or part of an organisation, this event is open to all.

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Understanding the needs and experiences of pregnant women and recent mothers in the community

27 May, 2021 - 11:00 to 12:30

Join Birth Companions and Clinks to explore the key findings of their collaborative report on the needs and experiences of pregnant women and recent mothers in the community, who are in contact with the criminal justice system.

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Volunteer Co-ordinator – Covid Chats at BHA for Equality

BHA for Equality is a leading health equality charity that challenges health inequalities and supports individuals, families and communities to improve their health and well-being. BHA for Equality offer a range of unique services delivered at local, regional and national level in the areas of health promotion/support, community health education and engaging and involving communities in health and social care decision making.

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35 hours per week
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NJC SP 16-18: £24,012 - £24,491 per annum
Location: 
Manchester – Initially working remotely from home
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Helpline and LiveChat Co-ordinator at TRC Sexual Abuse and Rape Support

TRC Sexual Abuse and Rape Support is a women-only organisation (affiliated with Rape Crisis England and Wales), which provides support to women and girls who have experienced rape or sexual abuse.

TRC Sexual Abuse and Rape Support are seeking to recruit a Helpline and LiveChat Co-ordinator to join them as they move forward and further develop and extend their services.

This post is fixed-term for one year in the first instance, and thereafter subject to additional funding. Flexible working hours including evening and weekend work will be required.

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25 hours per week
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£26,000 per annum, pro rata (£18,571 actual)
Location: 
Trafford

Project Worker (Café Service) at the Booth Centre

The Booth Centre are looking to employ a Project Worker to facilitate the smooth running of their community café where Centre Volunteers (people who access the service and attend the Centre) run the service with staff to create a safe and supportive environment, where people can get support to identify and meet goals to improve their housing and their quality of life.

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40 hours per week
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£25,481 - £26,511 per annum + 10% pension
Location: 
Manchester
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Development Worker Trafford (Information and Advice) at LMCP

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LMCP is a registered charity. LMCP provide early intervention and prevention services to people from South Asia n communities. Working with individuals, families and communities LMCP enable people to make decisions and empower them to exert control in their lives.

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17.5 hours per week
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£20,238 per annum, pro rata
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Manchester
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Office Manager at Electronic Immigration Network

Electronic Immigration Network (EIN) is a small not for profit subscription-based membership organisation providing specialist legal information via the internet on immigration and asylum law to practitioners, the judiciary and academics. For more information visit: www.ein.org.uk

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17.5 hours per 5 day week
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£26,000 - £30,000 per annum, pro-rata Actual: £13,000 per annum
Location: 
Manchester
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