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Finance and Administration officer at Cheetham Hill Advice Centre

Established by the community in 1977, Cheetham Hill Advice Centre (CHAC) is a busy neighbourhood advice centre in Manchester providing face-to-face legal advice and support to residents.

CHAC are recruiting a Finance and Administration Officer. This is an important post within CHAC, carrying out the financial and administration tasks that keep this busy charity running. Key tasks include book keeping, processing invoices and preparing financial reports and management of the smooth running and maintenance of the office. You do not need any experience of working for a charity.

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21 hours per week, worked over 4 days
Salary: 
£24,491 per annum pro rata (actual £14,694)
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Manchester
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Greater Manchester Law Centre AGM

27 November, 2020 - 18:00 to 19:00

At last year’s AGM the focus was on the next stage of developing our campaign to fight for access to justice for our communities across Greater Manchester.  We celebrated the progress that the Law Centre had made and looked forward to expanding our work.

The general election provided opportunities to expand access to justice and to reverse the cuts to legal aid and we highlighted that we had secured funding to develop our advice offer and looked to expand these across Greater Manchester in partnership with others.

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Skill Givers Webinar: How groups can make the most of employer supported volunteering

5 November, 2020 - 14:00 to 15:30

Are you a group who wants to find out more about how employer supported volunteering could help you? Maybe you’ve had to change how you deliver your services in light of Covid-19 and have lots of ‘need to do’ tasks that you haven’t had the capacity to complete.

If so, then this is the right webinar for you.

Festival of Trusteeship 2020

22 Oct 2020 - 14:40 by michelle.foster

getting on boardTo celebrate Trustees Week (2 to 6 November 2020), Getting on Board are delighted to bring you their first ever Festival of Trusteeship.

It's for people who want to become trustees, trustees who want to keep learning and developing, and for charity leaders who want to understand best practice in trustee recruitment and diversity.

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Online peer support sessions for charity leaders

22 Oct 2020 - 14:34 by michelle.foster

ivarInstitute for Voluntary Action Research are running online peer support sessions for leaders of charities, community organisations and social enterprises. Over 300 people from across the UK have taken part so far. Their organisations are active in 17 fields including the arts, criminal justice, education, equality, infrastructure and migration.

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Covid-19 Response Capacity Building Project

22 Oct 2020 - 14:27 by michelle.foster

There has been an unprecedented change in the landscape for the charitable and voluntary sector, in particular, the impact that Covid-19 has had on BAME communities and the organisations that serve them. In response BTEG has taken immediate action to develop a range of sustainability and capacity building support for BAME organisations, projects and programmes that have been directly impacted by the virus so that they can ‘think differently and act strategically’.

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Relaunch of the health and wellbeing alliance: call for refreshed membership

22 Oct 2020 - 14:23 by michelle.foster

Charities are being urged to join the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) Health and Wellbeing Alliance, following its relaunch on 15 August, to ensure the lived experiences of the people they represent are reflected in the development of health policy.

The Health and Wellbeing Alliance is a key element of the Health and Wellbeing Programme, the aim of which is to promote health equalities and reduce health inequalities across the UK.

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