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RSBC Engagement Officer

RSBC Engagement Officer

We are looking for an Engagement Officer to join our team based in our East London office. This role is offered on a part-time basis.

As Engagement Officer, you will identify and meet vision impaired children, young people and their families in order to promote RSBC services. You will also develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders, in order to reach potential beneficiaries and ensure that they are being connected to RSBC and all they have to offer.

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Impact and Evaluation Coordinator

Impact and Evaluation Coordinator

This role will support the provision of data and policy products which enable The Diana Award to:

• Make evidence-based decisions and develop evidence-based policy
• Develop and evaluate impactful campaigns, products and services
• Communicate the impact of bullying on young people in an accurate and compelling way
• Change policy, practice and public attitude for the benefit of children, young people and their families.
Closing date 20 February 2018.
The ideal candidate will enjoy managing, analysing and interpreting data in a clear and meaningful way. He or she will be comfortable working with colleagues across the organisation, will show initiative and be able to work on various projects simultaneously.
Applicants will have an excellent understanding of issues relating to bullying, safeguarding and behaviour and be able to create relevant responses and policy-related papers to support our campaign around these issues; targeted at a wide audience. Read more. 

Renaisi are Hiring

Renaisi are hiring for a number of roles at the moment

Programme Manager - £30-35k

Employment Team Leader - £28-29.5k -

Employment Advisor (multiple vacancies) - £24-28k  -

Out of Contract: Time to move on from the ‘love in’ with outsourcing and PFI

The pressure on government departments, public bodies and local government to outsource public services has intensified since the 2010 election. This growing trend towards contracting out is largely being driven by fiscal austerity and the relentless search for budget savings. But also by the Conservative Party’s deep-rooted belief in marketisation, privatisation and desire for a smaller state.

Contracting out has become part of the DNA of government. But, how effective has it been for the public sector and the companies concerned; has it really delivered the promised savings and improvements in service delivery; and what have been the social and human costs?  It is these questions that David Walker and John Tizard address in this timely and insightful policy discussion paper, the first in our 2018 series of “what needs to change” talking points. 

Run the Virgin Sport Hackney Half marathon for local Mind

Run the Hackney Half marathon

Run the Virgin Sport Hackney Half marathon for Mind in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest! Sign up for one of our free charity places, and support better mental health in Hackney while getting fit and having fun. We’ll support you from sign up right through to the finish line with fundraising advice, example training plans, and info and cheering on the day. If you’d like to run for us, we ask you to raise a minimum of £300. Find out more and sign up here:

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