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Early Years Lead Practitioner

Source By: Hackney Playbus

We are also currently recruiting for an Early Years Lead Practitioner to work across our services. If you’d like more information or to apply, please download the application pack here.

Successful applications will be required to apply for an enhanced Criminal Record Check via DBS. Hackney Playbus is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all members of our team to share this commitment. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to get in touch.

http://hackneyplaybus.org/get-involved/


Help Shape Carers’ Services in Hackney

STUDIO UPSTAIRS -- PEER-SUPPORT ART GROUP

[LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE]

STUDIO UPSTAIRS is a charity that offers provide positive, life-changing interventions for people with mental or emotional difficulties within an artistic therapeutic community

Hackney Council is looking to refresh and improve the offer for unpaid adult carers in Hackney. We are interested in hearing about your experiences working with unpaid adult carers and finding out more about what you think an excellent service for adult carers in Hackney would look like. This is your chance to tell us what is working well, what the barriers are and what needs to be improved.

You can provide your views by using the online questionnaire found on the Council's website www.hackney.gov.uk/carers. The deadline for completing this questionnaire is 15th of October 2018. Your feedback will help to shape and improve carers' services locally to meet the needs of adult carers so please do take the opportunity to complete if you can. If you wish to have a 1:1 discussion to provide extra feedback then further details can be found on the questionnaire.

Carers:

Hackney Council is also asking carers for their feedback on services so if we would appreciate if you could share the following communication with any carers about the upcoming consultation:

  • ·  The local carer's redesign consultation questionnaire will be live from the 10th of September until 15th of October on the council's website www.hackney.gov.uk/carers.
  • ·  Dates for the focus groups and informal discussions are yet to be confirmed. If carers would you like to be involved in either they can please provide details in the questionnaire, email userengagement@hackney.gov.uk or call 0208 356 4711.
  • ·  The NHS Digital statutory survey will be launching on the 1st of October until 30th of November and will be sent via Hackney Council.
  • · There will be a two week overlap of both surveys, so if we could strongly encourage carers to complete both surveys should the opportunity arise.
  • · If we could also note that the difference between both surveys and maintain consistency in our communication to carers around this that would be much appreciated.

o The National Carers Survey results are used by the NHS Digital to learn more about whether services received by carers are helping them in their caring role and their life outside of caring, and also about their perception of the services provided to the person they care for.

o The local consultation questionnaire is specifically designed to help Hackney Council think about how it can shape and improve carers' services locally to meet the needs of adult carers in Hackney.

Please share this information with your team and any other colleagues that would likely to give their feedback. The more responses that are given will benefit the redesign of adult carers services.

 Should you have any questions or comments on any of the above then please use the following contact details: userengagement@hackney.gov.uk or call 0208 356 4711.

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London Living Wage Event - Living Wage Week 2018

Source By: Living Age Foundation

Living Wage Week is the annual celebration of the Living Wage movement in the UK and as ever, we’ll be celebrating with a series of flagship celebrations across the UK.

We invite you to join us on the morning of 5th November, at the Barbican Centre in central London, for the announcement of the London Living Wage 2018. You'll meet others in our movement who support the real Living Wage and go further than the government minimum to pay it to all their staff because they believe, like us, that fair day’s work should mean a fair day’s pay.

Please save the date in your diary and extend the invitation to members of your team who have benefitted from your commitment to the real Living Wage, your peers and supporters of the real Living Wage movement.

If you have an interesting real Living Wage story – or would like to play a leading role in this event – please do email: Katie.Watts@Livingwage.org.uk

More details will follow - watch this space for updates.

Click here to RSVP to guarantee a space.


Grants Managers (Permanent) (2 full-time equivalent posts)- Closing Date 25th October at 1pm

Source By: Trust for London

Trust for London is an independent charitable foundation. We aim to tackle poverty and inequality in London and we do this by: funding voluntary and charity groups – currently we make grants totalling around £8.5 million a year and at any one time we are supporting up to 300 organisations; funding independent research; and providing knowledge and expertise on London’s social issues to policymakers and journalists.

Grants Managers (Permanent) (2 full-time equivalent posts)

Full-time (35 hours per week) or Part-time (21 hours per week) 

Salary:  £47,531 - £55,504 per annum (pro rata for part time)

Location: Moorgate

Closing date: Thursday 25th October 2018 at 1pm.

Interview dates: Friday 23rd November 2018 and 28th November 2018

 

We are seeking to recruit enthusiastic people to join our Grants Team on a full time or part time basis. You will need at least three years’ experience of project management at a senior level in the voluntary and community sector, preferably in London. You will also need to have good analytical and communication skills, an understanding of social policy issues relevant to poverty and inequality, and a keen interest in promoting social justice.  

In addition to grants assessments and management, Grant Managers are expected to undertake proactive work in the programme areas identified as priorities for the Trust, in its mission to tackle poverty and inequality.  We are looking for experience and skills in one or more of these areas: Disability and Race equality; Low pay and economic inequality; Research – especially quantitative analysis.

More details about how to apply here.


East End Community Foundation - Closing date Monday 29th October at 12 noon

Source By: East End Community Foundation

East End Community Foundation is distributing funding on behalf of Get Living to support the local communities around East Village. Grants are available to local community groups and not-for-profit organisations supporting residents in E15, E20 and E9 postcodes, which covers much of Stratford and Hackney Wick. 

Organisations can apply for grants of up to £3,000 under the themes of;

  • Communities and People
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Arts and Culture (particularly engaging children and young people)

GUIDELINES

The next application deadline is 12 noon on Monday 29th October. If you would like to apply please contact the Grants Team on 020 7345 4444 to discuss your proposal.

An outcome will be available 10-12 weeks after the application deadline.


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