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Assistant Clinical Services Manager - Psychological Therapies and Wellbeing Services

Source By: Mind in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest

The deadline for applications is 15/10/2018 by 6pm, with interviews been held on 29th October 2018.

Ideal opportunity for ambitious professional who wishes to develop their clinical leadership skills in a dynamic Psychological Therapies Service

Are you a dynamic and innovative leader?  Do you have a passion for mental health, evidence based psychological therapies and a person-centred approach?

We have an exciting career opportunity in our Psychological Therapies Service for an Assistant Clinical Services Manager.

 Mind in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest (Mind CHWF) is a progressive and ambitious mental health organisation, looking for individuals committed to empowering and improving the lives of people using mental health services.

 We are looking for people who can:

  • Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team in the exciting, challenging and diverse boroughs of the City of London and Hackney
  • Be responsible for providing managerial support to the psychological therapies team within a clinically meaningful framework
  • Offer a comprehensive clinical frame that underpins direct services to clients
  • Provide line management, supervision, psychological assessment, formulation and therapy as well as contribute to service design
  • Use their excellent interpersonal and communication skills to motivate and inspire
  • Work in a culturally sensitive way with people from a variety of roles and backgrounds
  • Respond with flexibility, insight and energy to make a real difference
  • Coordinate and cooperate within a multidisciplinary framework with other departments and services to ensure effective and efficient clinical practice
  • Model strong levels of self awareness and successfully manage their own wellbeing

More information about the role available here


Big Lottery Fund to change its name and rebrand

Source By: Civil Society

The Big Lottery Fund, the UK’s largest funder of charities, will change its name in the new year to the National Lottery Community Fund. The fund distributes 40 per cent of the good cause money raised by the National Lottery, which last year involved giving £508.5m to 11,000 projects. However its funding has fallen in the last two years, prompting it to cut £130m from future budgets. The name change will take effect from 30 January next year. The fund will also launch a rebrand at the same point. The fund said the change would make it clearer what the organisation is and does, and will do more to support the National Lottery brand.

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Campaign Briefing for National HIV Testing Week

NHTW_2018_Campaign_Brieifng.pdf


East London Impact Fund- Call for proposal

Source By: Social Investment Business

  • Social Investment Business is in the learning and design phase of launching a new social investment fund – the East London Impact Fund (ELIF). The Fund is still pre-launch, with a formal launch anticipated for Winter 2018.

  • We have had initial learning and design workshops with Charities and Social Enterprises (CSEs); and have been engaging with potential partners including other social investors, CVS groups and other local support networks.

  • We are also increasingly aware of the need to consider the products and services most relevant to CSEs if a Fund is to best support the delivery of increased impact in the communities that CSEs serve.

See attached for more information- Call_for_proposals_Co-design_12-09-2018_v9.docx


FREE Smart Seminars

Source By: NEA

 

FREE SMART METER SEMINARS

Refresh and update your knowledge of smart meters and how they can benefit your clients

 

 

** New speaker confirmed: in-home display manufacturer Chameleon **


Chameleon is known for its in-home display design and we are pleased that are able to support the smart seminar series to talk about some of their views about the potential of real time data and engaging best with vulnerable consumers.


We are delighted to invite you to attend one of our smart seminar series to hear about the latest developments and opportunities within the smart meter rollout and to help address some of the challenges along the way!

NEA wants to make sure low-income and vulnerable consumers know how to best engage with their smart meter and how to realise the benefits including what protections are in place to support them. More than 12 million smart meters have been fitted in people's homes, with 73% of those with a smart meter recommending them to friends and family. As an organisation supporting hard to reach clients, you are in a unique and trusted position to help those who may need additional support to engage with smart meters.

NEA would like to invite you to attend a free Smart Seminar to share learning, address the myths and challenges posed by recent media coverage and discuss best practice for working with and engaging vulnerable consumers in the rollout to ensure nobody is left behind.

Smart Seminar Programme

  • Update on the Smart Energy GB in Communities programme – NEA
  • Overview of the smart meter rollout – Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
  • Sharing good practice – hear from a local partner organisation
  • Workshop 1: engagement with consumers who may have a barrier to engaging with the rollout. What’s worked and what hasn’t?
  • Workshop 2: how do we encourage consumers to change their energy-related behaviour with smart meters?
  • Vulnerable consumers and real time data - Chameleon
  • Headlines from Smart Outlook and resources for Smart Meter Champions – Smart Energy GB
  • Panel Q&A – pose your questions to the speakers

 

 

Dates / locations

 

The Smart Seminars will run from 10:30am – 3:30pm. Speakers will start at 11am and refreshments and lunch are included. Dates include:

Wednesday 3 October – Manchester
Thursday 18 October 2018 – Cardiff
Tuesday 23 October 2018 – Glasgow
Wednesday 31 October 2018 - London



Please book your free place by contacting lynsey.thompson@nea.org.uk
 

 


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