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POINT is registered charity based in Oldham, providing a range of Information, advice and support services to families of children and young people with additional needs and disabilities, including children and young people themselves.
POINT has seen phenomenal growth in demand for our services over a number of years, and currently have a 25 strong team of staff, volunteer and trustees. We are now recruiting for 5 new paid positions in Oldham thanks to valuable funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund.
BBC Children in Need exists to make a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. It wants to ensure it continues to keep children safe in all aspects of its work. To further strengthen its approach it is recruiting to a new, Senior Safeguarding Advisor role, to provide expert safeguarding support, advice and training, on all aspects of working with children, right across the Charity. This a part-time role (17.5 hours per week), based in Salford (although currently the team are working remotely).
The Shed (Tameside) is recruiting a coordinator. This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to get involved with a rewarding local organisation to grow and develop the range of provision the organisation offers.
National Counter Trafficking Service
The Barnardo's National Counter Trafficking Service is made up of four distinct services operating in various geographical areas around England and Wales.
Survivors Manchester is recruiting an ISVA (Independent Sexual Violence Advisor). As a member of our ISVA team, you will deliver quality assured ISVA services to male, trans and non-binary victims/survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation across Greater Manchester. You will work closely with colleagues, both within the organisation and externally, to ensure a full care plan is developed to support the individual through the report to court process. Full accredited ISVA training is provided to non-qualified ISVA applicants.
Census 2021 will offer a wide range of temporary part-time and full-time job opportunities. These will range from managerial positions to jobs working in the field. Contract periods will range from a couple of weeks to several months.
Details of specific roles will be available from the start of July, and you can register your interest for either a Manager, Supervisor or Officer level position. Details to help you decide which might suit you best are here.