We have two opportunities for experienced, independent Lay Members to join Hammersmith & Fulham CCG’s governing body. Local individuals with strong links to public and patient engagement are sought.
Each Counselling currently has the following vacancies: 2x Support Case Worker roles, Project Lead (Female) – Women with complex needs (Jasmine) project, Support and Engagement Worker (Female) – Women with complex needs (Jasmine) project and Project Lead – Real Talk.
Each Counselling, a small charity passionate and committed to empowering and enabling people to have better health and life choices is seeking a project lead for their ‘Connect and Change’ project – a project aimed at helping people from black and minority ethnic communities (BME) to health and wellbeing.
The User Focused Monitoring (UFM) team are talking to local people with lived experience of mental health difficulties to find out ‘what support people would like in the community to help with their recovery and staying well’. The views and ideas collected will be passed to local commissioners and service providers to help them to shape their work.
PDT is looking for outstanding volunteers who are passionate about supporting people at risk of Type 2 Diabetes to join their team of Diabetes Champions. This is a very interesting role that will give volunteers a chance to make a real difference to lives of people in their community.
Community development is core to PDT, and we seek to be at the forefront of good practice in widening and deepening community empowerment and cohesion within our work. In this context the postholder will have lead responsibility for developing and delivering the work of the Church Street and Westbourne and neighbourhood forums and for enabling residents to participate in the development of their local neighbourhood plans.
Imperial College is currently recruiting to create a young people’s group to inform research across Imperial College. We are interested in 17 to 25 year olds living or working in North/West London and in particular those who haven’t been involved in research before (training will be provided) and as diverse a group as possible.
Help improve mental health services in K&C and Westminster. Join a team of experts by experience that evaluate local mental health services and recommend positive changes, based on the views and experiences of local service users.
Are you a good listener? Would you like to help people and develop new skills by volunteering in your community? The Motor Neurone Disease Association is looking for volunteers to take part in a new project in London - Carers’ Champions