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Rape And Sexual Abuse Support Centre (RASASC)  

 

Community Engagement Officer -

Full time, 35 hours per week Job Share considered

Based in Guildford with travel across Surrey

Salary - £18,500 per year

 

 

RASASC supports survivors of rape and sexual abuse – women, men and young people aged 13 upwards, from across Surrey.

The role of the Community Engagement Officer, is a newly developed role, and the successful candidate will work with key organisations within Surrey such as community groups, schools and colleges to raise awareness of the impact of rape and sexual abuse and the importance of the work RASASC delivers to survivors.

If this sounds like an opportunity you would like to be involved in, then please email Liz at admin@rasasc-guildford.org for further details and an application pack.

Closing date for applications is 8th September 2017

 

YOUR SUPPORT CAN REALLY MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO THE LIVES OF THOSE AFFECTED BY RAPE AND SEXUAL ABUSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Project Assistant-Macmillan Welfare Rights

 

 

Guildford Citizens Advice requires a Project Assistant with strong IT skills and a sensitive telephone manner

to support our Welfare Rights service for people affected by cancer.

Experience of working with vulnerable or end of life clients would be an advantage.

 

This is a fixed term contract until 31st March 2018

Hours: 9.30am-4pm Monday to Friday

Salary: £14, 984

Please email: admin.macmillan@guildfordcab.org.uk for an application pack

Closing date: 28th August

 

Mental Health Caseworker

 

This is an exciting opportunity to join an established mental health project supporting local residents with poor mental health.   You will be providing a full advice service to clients living in the local community who are unable to manage the core service due to their mental health issues.  You will take direct referrals from clients and from local statutory and voluntary agencies and the core service.

 

You will need experience of delivering face to face services to vulnerable people and will have some knowledge of mental health issues. You will also have some knowledge and experience of welfare benefits including those related to sickness and disability.  Experience of debt work and/or financial capability would be an advantage.

 

This role would suit someone who is empathic and hard-working. You will enjoy complex casework and be able to deal confidently with distressed clients in chaotic situations.   You will be well-organised, structured and pragmatic in your approach to client work.  If this sounds like you, please contact us for further information and an application form.

 

Salary: £11,129 – £13,748 based on 17 – 21 hours per week

Location: Citizens Advice Guildford, 15-21 Haydon Place, Guildford, Surrey GU1 4LL

Hours per week: 17 – 21.  Working pattern to be negotiated.

For an application pack email: admin.macmillan@guildfordcab.org.uk

 

Homelessness Prevention Caseworker

 

This is an exciting opportunity to join an established project supporting local residents who are in danger of becoming homeless. You will be helping clients resolve money problems that impact on their ability to meet their housing costs and working closely with the Housing Court Desk currently run by Citizens Advice Woking and with Guildford Borough Council’s Housing Advice and Rents Teams.

 You will also need a sound knowledge of housing law, particularly possession and enforcement action and experience of face to face work with a range of people. Experience and knowledge of debt work or money advice would also be an advantage.

 This role would suit someone who enjoys complex case work and has a good eye for detail. In addition you will have good interpersonal skills and be able to establish good working relationships with other agencies.  

 

Salary: £10, 474

Location: Citizens Advice Guildford, 15-21 Haydon Place, Guildford, Surrey GU1 4LL

Hours per week: 16.  Working pattern to be negotiated.

For an application pack email: admin.macmillan@guildfordcab.org.uk

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                       Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust

 

Job Title: Community Trust Manager

Salary: £35,000 up to £40,000 (depending on experience) Including a pension contribution.

Hours: Full Time, to include evening and weekend work

Staff: Managing staff at community trust facilities & volunteers.

 

 

The Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust are seeking a Community Trust Manager. Please follow link below for the job description and online application form. Please feel free to share with anyone that may be interested.

 

http://www.whitehillbordonregeneration.co.uk/index.php?cID=206

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The Clockhouse is a vibrant day centre for the over 50s.

 

There are a few job vacancies listed below.

The Clockhouse would welcome applications, please contact them for further details.

 

Job: Carer- Tuesday to Thursday 930 until 3pm  - £9 p/h

To help care for the needs of the members and work with the manager to ensure the efficient running of The Clockhouse.

 

Job: ‘New’ Activities Coordinator - 2 hours a day - £8.75 p/h

To provide activities and entertainment encouraging involvement and participation of Day Centre members to ensure a happy and stimulating environment.

 

Job: 16 Seater Minibus Drivers- occasional work

We are looking for people we can call upon occasionally to drive for us that are qualified to drive a 16 seater minibus, and

are caring and patient and able to help elderly and frail on and off the minibus. We collect our members from neighbouring villages to include for example Chiddingfold, Elstead, Godalming. This usually requires four hours a day and consists of a ‘pick up’ in the morning between 08:45 and 10:45 and a ‘take home’ between 2.45 and 16:45. We will also require help with the occasional outing or day trip.

 

Call 01483 420668 Email -manager@clockhouse.org.uk

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Mental Health Network Coordinator

Part time – 25 hours per week

Salary – Between £17,361 and £18,750 per annum (equivalent to  £25,000 - £27,000 full time)

Based in Surrey

This role was created to help develop, support and coordinate a new Independent Mental Health Network in Surrey and North East Hampshire for people who have experienced mental ill health and carers. The aim of the Network is to strengthen the voice and influence of people with mental ill health and carers over the commissioning and provision of mental health services to improve outcome for people.

The role:

To support the Network Coordinating Group in developing the new Network, proactively reaching out to involve more people using creative communication methods, and coordinating Network activities to ensure people’s voices are heard and acted upon.

The person:

To succeed in this role you should have some experience and knowledge of involvement with people who have mental ill health or carers. You will understand the value of user involvement and be a champion for the Network. You will be a good communicator and a natural networker as well as having strong skills in project management, administration and use of new technologies.

For more information and to apply:

Email carol.pearson@surreycoalition.org.uk

Tel: 01483 456 558, or Text/SMS: 077809 33053

 

Closing date: Wednesday 30th August 2017

(Appointment is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check)

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