Do you want to make positive change? Future Men have a new, 18 month fixed term contract, just opened. As Project Coordinator you will set up and deliver services for young fathers who are up to 25 years of age, individually and in groups, face to face and on the phone.
The Administration & Bookings Officers have day-to-day responsibility for delivering all operational bookings and administration for Women and Girls Network’s (WGN) clinical services. They contribute towards the delivery of high quality therapeutic work through the provision of an empathetic, efficient and comprehensive booking service.
Women and Girls Network is recruiting a Navigator (Sexual Violence Services) for the London Survivors Gateway (LSG). The LSG is a partnership of specialist sexual violence services in London comprising of the four Rape Crisis Centres, Galop, SurvivorsUK and The Havens that have come together to provide a unique single point of access into specialist sexual violence services. The LSG is run by Navigators who support any survivor, aged 13 or above, to access long-term services including advocacy, counselling and other services that they may require.
Paddington Arts is setting up an Emotional Support Programme for young people age 10 to 18 who might be displaying anxiety or mental health concerns; and to propose solutions within Paddington Arts creative arts programmes or to signpost them to other community or local authority services. We are looking to employ a part-time worker with a youth work/social work background.
Learn more about the opportunity to help the NIHR make funding recommendations on world-class research, improving NHS services and social care in England. The National Institute for Health Research is inviting patients, carers, services users and members of the public interested in health and social care to join a number of its national and regional research committees.
Carers Network have a number of exciting volunteering opportunities including Book club volunteer; Creative writing telephone group volunteer; Group exercise volunteer; Virtual gardening volunteer; and volunteer Tai Chi instructor.
MEWSo is a community-led voluntary organisation, set up ten years ago and committed to improve the lives of BAME women across London. We work with survivors of domestic violence, LBTQ+ members and migrant women with no recourse to public funds. We provide a range of wellbeing activities and advice on domestic violence and welfare for about 500 women each year.