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Feedback Operations Manager

Operations Manager 

Operations Manager needed for a varied role within a fast paced environment. We're offering really flexible working hours (22.5 hours per week) so this job can fit around other commitments. Flexibility and a positive, can-do attitude as well as a readiness to get stuck in to all aspects of the organisation are essential competencies of the successful candidate. The post holder will work closely with the Finance Director and report directly to the Executive Director.
Feedback is an environmental organisation that campaigns to regenerate nature by ending food waste and moving towards a better use of food, resources and nutrients within the food system. We work with governments, international institutions, businesses, NGOs, grassroots organisations and the public to change culture, markets and legislation for a fairer, more sustainable food system.
Closing date: 31 March 2018

Do you have a Learning Disability? Then come to the Hackney Big Do

Do you have a Learning Disability or know someone who does? Then come to the Hackney Big Do

Wednesday 21 March. Please come for 10.00am so you don't miss anything.

We want everyone to have fun so please bring your support worker with you if you need to (we do not provide support).

please ring Joan for any information you might need

Stoke Newington Town Hall. Church Street. N16 0JR

For more information click here or ring Joan 07580 840932

Voluntary Voices Personal Health Budget Workshop - 15 March

Voluntary Voices Personal Health Budget Workshop, South East Region - 15 March

If you’re from a VCSE organisation on the journey of delivering personal health budgets, please join us for this important cross-sector workshop, which will explore how we can build local relationships between CCGs and voluntary and community sector organisations. CCG colleagues from the South East region will be in attendance and this is a great opportunity for both groups to develop partnerships, and get an understanding of what is needed to make PHBs a success. Read more

BBC series on Charity Business

Charity Business programme

Matthew Taylor begins a new series examining how charities work, and asking what they are for.

In this first episode, Matthew asks what we think about when we think about charities, and examines whether the reality is different. He looks at the differences between large and small charities, examines some of the recent scandals surrounding the charity sector, and speaks to the Minister for Civil Society, who has just launched a consultation on the future of the charity sector.

In Leeds and Bradford, Matthew visits a small volunteer-led horse sanctuary, an evening for volunteers who want to work with refugees and asylum seekers, and a church hosting a children's centre as he delves into questions around charity fundraising. How efficient are charities' fundraising operations? Has the big increase in money spent on fundraising recently resulted in more money coming into the sector? And how does what we imagine charities do to raise money differ from the reality?

Children’s Support Worker (pt) - Refuge

Children’s Support Worker (18.75 hours per week)


Location: Hackney

Refuge are looking to recruit a female* candidate with experience in working with children and a recognised qualification such as an NNEB or NVQ level 3. You will be responsible for organising and providing play activities for children and will work closely with the Refuge Workers to provide practical information and assistance to women about local services for children, such as play schemes, nursery or schools.

Closing date:2nd April 2018

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