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Residential Play Workers (Childcare Staff) £8.50 per hour, Hampshire, flexible hours/20 hours per week. We’re recruiting Residential Play Workers to support children between the ages of 5 and 12 on overnight respite holiday breaks and outreach Playbus sessions in the New Forest, Hampshire. We’re looking for someone who’s positive and passionate about supporting young carers and vulnerable children,
The positive impact of Yellow Door’s multi-faceted work has been independently evidenced in a recent national research project and identified as best practice in a European Parliament report. Would you like to be part of an innovative, friendly and dynamic team committed to making a real difference? For all roles we are seeking flexible and
Service Area: Operations – Adults, Housing and Communities FTE (37 hours): Independent Domestic Violence Adviser. This is a fixed-term contract (initially 12 month contract subject to funding availability) Salary: Grade 7 – 8 (dependent upon IDVA qualification and experience) Grade 7 salary range: £23,398 per annum – £27,668 per annum Grade 8 salary range: £27,668
15 hours per week £19,243 – £23,038 (FTE) We are seeking a flexible and highly motivated person to maintain and develop Yellow Door’s financial management systems and contribute to the continuing development of its work in line with its strategic aims. Yellow Door works across Southampton, Hampshire and the Isle of
School governors play a vital role in supporting the education and attainment of our young people, and I am writing to you to seek your involvement in promoting governor opportunities amongst your staff. (SGOSS) Governors for Schools is a national charity that provides a free governor recruitment service and works with employers across England.
Deputy Administrative Secretary Southampton Women’s Forum are seeking applications for the Voluntary Post of Deputy Administrative Secretary. We are a small Voluntary Community Group for women, and our aim is to combat loneliness, embrace ethnic diversity and encourage friendships. We hold monthly Coffee mornings where we invite Speakers to talk about a variety of topics.
We are a rapidly growing charity seeking to accelerate change for those affected by brain tumours, which kill more children and adults under 40 in the UK than any other cancer. Our five-year strategy is ambitious and sets out plans to double survival from brain tumours and halve the harm they cause to quality of life.