Updated: Jun 14
Urgently Recruiting Now
Location: London Hours: 37.5 hrs Start date: August / early September Compensation: £34000 pro-rata
This is a unique opportunity to join an organisation that’s building a movement of people from every part of the UK to fight for a response to the climate crisis that totally transforms our economy to deliver a safe climate and fairer society. If you’re willing to do what it takes to win a Green New Deal, and you’re passionate about people-powered change, then you could be Green New Deal UK’s new Action Organiser.
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Project Coordinator - Newham
Part time 24 hours per week, fixed term until 31st December 2022
£14,000 per annum pro rata (£25,000 per annum FTE)
activeNewham is looking for an enthusiastic Projects Coordinator to support in managing the Newham Allotment Programme and oversee the process of bookings and events within Newham Parks and Open Spaces.
For full details of the role, please see the relevant job description which is available online (see link below) To apply for this vacancy please visit https://www.leisurejobs.com/minisites/activenewham/job/2758191/project-coordinator-newham/ For any queries related to this vacancy please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Newham Adult Learning Service (NALS) - Sessional Adult Education Tutors required
NALS provides part-time day and evening adult learning provision in six specialist centres across Newham. The service delivers a wide range of accredited and non-accredited courses including GCSE’s, Functional Skills, Care, Arts & Crafts and Digital Skills etc.
We are recruiting the following staff to join our team starting September 2021
Sessional Adult Education Tutors – The successful applicants will hold Post 16 Teaching Qualification or equivalent specialist subject qualification and experience required.
We are looking for Adult Education Tutors in the following curriculum areas
· ALDD including Gardening, Enterprise and Employability
· Arts & Crafts
· Business & Accounts
· Care including Early Years, Health & Social Care, SEN etc
· Digital Skills
· English & Maths
· Fashion, Textiles & Dressmaking
· Well-being & Mindfulness, Meditation & Life Coaching
Salary: £24ph including Holiday Supplement
For further information please email
FAO: Abdul Hasib
Closing date: 31st May 2021
Home Office - Operational Support - Criminal Justice Unit
Apply before 11:55 pm on Tuesday 1st June 2021
Salary - £24,883 - £31,519
National £24883 - £27372; London Provincial £25773 - £28349; London £28654 - £31519
Grade - Executive Officer
Contract type - Fixed Term
Length of employment - 12 months with a possibility of extension
Business area - HO - Border Force
Type of role - Operational Delivery
Working pattern - Full-time, Part-time, Shift Working
Number of posts - 50
For further information and to apply click here
The National Lottery Heritage Fund
Leading, Inspiring and Resourcing the UK’s Heritage
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is the largest funder of the UK’s heritage. The projects we fund create lasting and positive change for people and communities and we believe that heritage has a crucial role to play in contributing to a more equal society.
We are currently recruiting for a full time Engagement Manager on a permanent contract based in London.
Working as part of a team, you will deliver engagement and inclusion activity in our London and South area. You will enjoy working with people and having conversations about the heritage of the UK to bring projects to life. The role is varied; we run workshops, host events, meet with a range of groups and provide written feedback on project ideas. We work alongside colleagues in policy and marketing and with stakeholders including local Community and Voluntary Services and Local Authorities.
You will work particularly in three of our Areas of Focus, in Brent, Enfield and Newham, helping communities in these boroughs explore and share their heritage. Your work will stimulate and support the flow of good quality applications for National Lottery Grants for Heritage, which use money raised by National Lottery players to help people across the UK explore, enjoy and protect the heritage they care about.
Applications close on Sunday 9 May 2021
Interviews are expected to take place on Wednesday 19 May 2021
Perinatal Peer Support Co-ordinator - Newham
Jack Petchey Intern
Woodcraft Folk is delighted to be able to host a full-time intern during 2021/22. The post has been funded by The Jack Petchey Foundation and will provide an opportunity for someone to develop their skills in youth work.
The intern will work across London supporting young people, volunteers, groups and the wider community both in person and online.
For more information about the role see the full job advert
We are looking for an inspirational individual to lead our engagement and participation programmes with local communities. You will lead a programme of targeted outreach and engagement with diverse communities, resulting in the delivery of a series of outdoor arts projects as part of this year’s festival. We are particularly interested to hear from Black and Asian candidates, candidates from other minority ethnic backgrounds and those identifying as D/deaf or disabled.
Deadline: 10am on Wednesday 17 February 2021
For more information please visit: festival.org/jobs-opportunities/
ELFT Is Recruiting Vaccinators - No Experience Necessary
Vaccinators are urgently needed.
Want to help tackle COVID, help your community to get back on its feet, make history and have an interesting cv?
Apply now for clinical and non-clinical roles.
Uni students, retirees, not in work - your local NHS needs you.
People can apply directly here:
West Silvertown Foundation. Youth work Manager
We are looking for a Youth Work Manager to develop and coordinate a variety of activities which empower young people to feel connected to their community and live to their full potential. This is an exciting project to reshape our existing youth project, building on the success of our previous work whilst listening to new voices to take it forward.
NHS Covid-19 vaccinator - London Apply for this job
The NHS is looking to recruit Covid-19 vaccination administrators to support the delivery of a future Covid-19 vaccine. We are seeking members of the public, who are not currently working within the NHS. Working alongside existing experienced teams, individuals will be fully trained and supported in administering the vaccination to identified groups within the community. This is a unique role, critical to the fight back against Covid-19 within London and will include administering a future vaccine to key workers, the elderly and vulnerable people. As such applicants will need to have an enhanced DBS check. If you do not have one, we will apply for one on your behalf. No previous healthcare experience is required as full training will be delivered via a combination of remote e-learning and practical face-to-face sessions to ensure you are completely comfortable and capable with regards to the preparation and administration of a future Covid-19 vaccine, as and when it becomes available. However you will need good people skills, confidence and a motivation to support people’s health and care.
There are many other vacancies with the NHS and this is just a small list of a few more.
8d - Head of Delivery
7 - Project Manager
8c - Senior Finance Lead
8a - Finance Manager
8b - Senior Programme Manager
8a - Project Delivery Manager
8b - Senior Policy Manager
8c - Senior Programme Lead
8c - Senior Policy Lead
8a - Analytical Manager
5 - Analytical Support
6 - Programme Coordinator
8b - Data Lead
8b - Analytical Lead
8c - Senior Programme Lead (Digital)
8c - Analytical Lead
8d - Head of Primary Care Analytics
Young Health Champion Coordinator, 1000 Dockside, United Kingdom
This is your chance, if you are a young person living or studying in Newham, to develop and own a project with young people at its heart. Have you got the skills, energy and drive to help create a network of young health champions in Newham? You will be tasked with creating and delivering a project plan to engage young people to help them find their way through the current pandemic and the recovery period that will follow. These are challenging times - are you up for this important role?
Young Health Champion Coordinator Fixed Term 1 year
£22,995 - £24,258 pa pro rata 15 hours a week
Partnerships Officer (BAME disparities project)
Fixed Term, one year contract, 35 hours per week
Salary: £32,000 to £34,000 depending on experience
8% pension contribution (6% employer and 2% employee contribution)
25 days annual leave
Tower Hamlets CVS has secured funding for a one-year action research project to support BAME community groups across Tower Hamlets to build on and sustain the impact achieved in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Project will work with BAME community groups and with System Leaders to develop effective and sustainable mechanisms for influencing health and social care systems across Tower Hamlets. The Project will also provide practical support to participating BAME community groups to develop their digital capabilities and longer-term sustainability.
Click here to access application form for this post.
Closing date for applications: 9.00am on Thursday 3 December 2020 Interviews will be held on Friday the 11th of December
Closing Date: Thursday, 3 December, 2020 - 09:00
Youth Work Manager
We're currently looking for a Youth Work Manager to lead and help shape our youth programme. Click on the link below to find out more and to apply!
Mentoring Co-ordinator (12 hours per week @ £15.59 per hour)
We are looking for a mentoring coordinator to plan, develop and implement a 6 month pilot mentoring programme. This is an exciting opportunity to shape an innovative new programme offering support for local young people, whilst enabling local residents to connect with their community. The programme will match young people to local residents for mentoring, and will work in close partnership with Oasis Academy Silvertown. This is a new project, so the successful candidate will need to evaluate existing programmes, network within the community to grow a pool of mentors, set up appropriate systems and oversee training and support for mentors.
The successful applicant will have a friendly and approachable manner, and will be able to grow relationships effectively. You will have experience of coordinating youth programmes, and partnership working. You will also need an ability to work independently and a solid understanding of safeguarding practices. Experience of mentoring programmes, and a good understanding of operations within schools is desirable. If successful, we will use this pilot to secure long term funding for mentoring.
If you relish a challenge, are keen to make a positive difference to people’s lives and contribute at the heart of a diverse community in London’s Royal Docks then we would love to hear from you.
Closing date: 23 November 2020
Visit our Charity Jobs page for full details and how to apply.
Part time Housekeeper & Chef
(25 hours per week)
This is a part time job, working 25 hours per week, worked at 5 hours per day, Monday to Friday.
Your working hours will be from 1pm – 6pm.
Your annual salary will be at the rate of £12 per hour, £24,960 per annum pro-rata. Additional benefits include a pension scheme, a mobile phone and a laptop for business use, work related travel and 4 weeks annual leave excluding bank holidays.
The post is based at the Just Homes Charity, Wesley House, Widdin Street, E15 4RY. You may also be required to work from one of the other three of Just Homes properties within Newham.
If you are interested in applying for the above role, please contact Jacinth.email@example.com for
a full job description. Please apply by completing the application form, giving special attention to Section 4 explaining why you are suitable for the job.
This job will require a DBS check and a right to work within the UK.
Closing Date for applications is the Friday 13th November 2020.
Interviews will be held during the week starting 23rd November 2020.
Vacancy at WSA Community Consultants
We're looking for a Community Development Consultant to join our team on a fix term 6 months contract, starting in November. This is a part time role for 2.5 days a week. We are small but very busy community development consultancy with strong values and are looking for someone who is able to get onboard quickly to help us with the delivery of our varied projects. We would like someone to join our team who is an excellent participatory facilitator including experience in doing this on digital platforms like Zoom. We also do a lot of work around health inequalities and would like someone to come into this role who has a broad knowledge around this and particularly patient and public participation. Finally we do a lot of evaluation so skills data analysis and writing are key to support the role. In turn we offer a flexible working environment, supportive and collaborative team, competitive salary and the opportunity to be involved in multiple projects. For more information about the role and how to apply, visit our website We are very keen to expand our networks and we would really appreciate if you could please share this email with anyone who you think might be interested in this role. We particularly encourage and welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates who are currently under-represented in our team. Closing date: 2nd November 2020 – midday (please note that should we get a lot of applications we may close this application process before the advertised date) Interview date: Wednesday 11th November Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
We currently have 2 vacancies to join our team in the London Boroughs of Newham and Hackney
Carer Support Adviser – Team Lead. The requirements of the role will include, working with carers to identify need and provide information, advice, guidance and wellbeing support, pro-active identification of carers through partnership working and support the Service Manager to lead and supervise Carers First’s Newham and Hackney community-based services team.
37 Hours per Week (permanent)
Services Manager. The requirements of the role will include day to day operational management of our services in the boroughs, leading on relationships with commissioners and key stakeholders and working with carers to ensure that all services make a positive difference to their lives.
37 Hours per Week (permanent)
iOi at Home Programme Manager & iOi Facilitator (East London)
The Institute of Imagination is currently recruiting for an exciting new role within our organisation: iOi at Home Programme Manager. We are also recruiting new workshop facilitators to support our programmes. We are particularly interested in hearing from people living and working in and around Newham. We would be extremely grateful if you could share this amongst your networks and pass onto people you think might be interested in applying. Closing date for applications 22 October. Many thanks. Information about the roles can be found here: https://ioi.london/about-us/work-with-us
Youth Worker - Newham Brighter Futures
We are in the process of recruiting youth workers for our Stratford Youth Zone team. This team will be pivotal in planning and delivering the long hoped for Stratford Youth Zone, which will have a very strong arts, culture and creativity focus. As such, we are looking for exceptional youth workers, with proven passion and experience in the arts, who are interested in fusing these strands of their experience together, to support the planning and delivery of a creative powerhouse, which has the young people of Newham at the centre of ethos. The deadline is quite tight so time is of the essence for people to begin their applications. The JD and application form details can be found here: https://elyq.fa.em3.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/requisitions/preview/61/?keyword=youth+worker&mode=location
Security Officers needed
Mitie is recruiting for security-based jobs around London with a large number of vacancies, Mitie will contact potential candidates via WhatsApp, skype or teams for a video interview.
You will need an SIA badge and number with a 5-year traceable history.
If you are interested then contact RDLAC email@example.com and we will pass details of your name, contact no and SIA badge No.