Communications Officer

£21,268 to £24,174 (pro rata, 0.8 FTE)
Fixed term, 28 Hours per week
Greater Manchester
Posted about 6 hours ago

To lead and develop inspiring communications for Voluntary Sector North West (VSNW) supporting the work of the Chief Executive. In particular, delivering:
●    VSNW’s communications
●    Greater Manchester Cancer Champions’ communications 

Principal Duties

1.    Proactively generate high quality digital and print communications content.
2.    Develop and deliver VSNW’s communications and marketing strategies to reach, listen to and engage our key audiences. 
3.    Deliver communications and content creation for the Greater Manchester Cancer Champions social movement using digital channels, and print, to:
a.    Drive relevant traffic to the recruitment page with a focus on conversion from page visits to completing applications
b.    Engage a wide variety of partners, networks and grassroots organisations to build relationships and ensure our content and conversations are shared with their contacts. 
*See for more information about the Greater Cancer Champions movement.
4.    Ensure that VSNW effectively communicates with members and the broader Voluntary Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector. Currently this includes maintaining and creating content for the website (, Twitter, Mailchimp ebulletin and other publications.
5.    Create reports on the effectiveness of the strategies being used to inform and further develop VSNW's communications strategy. 
6.    Collect and collate information on project activities to enable complete and accurate completion of progress reports to commissioners and sharable content for our audiences.

To apply, please download the full person specification, complete the application form and return to marked "Communications Officer" to the subject line. 

Job description and person specification
Application form


Care Assistants/ Carer Support Workers, Carers Trust 4all

£8-8.25/ hour

Greater Manchester
Posted about a year ago

Carers Trust 4all is a Network Partner of Carers Trust, the largest charity for, with and about carers.

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity where you can make a real difference to the lives of people within your local community? As a local charity, for with and about carers, Carers Trust 4all is looking for compassionate and reliable people to join their friendly team.

The Carer Support Worker’s role is varied and rewarding, providing practical and emotional support to carers and those they care for.

Carers Trust 4all offers:
• Competitive pay plus enhanced rates for Bank Holidays
• 25p per mile
• Guaranteed hours contracts available
• Flexible work patterns — full and part time
• Weekend and evening contracts also available
• Outstanding induction and on-going training delivered by our Training Manager (including QCF levels 2 & 3) - so even if you haven’t worked for a while or are changing career, we’ll give you the confidence to become a wonderful Carer Support Worker
• Career development opportunities
• Support from a dedicated manager
• Company sickness and holiday pay
• Company contribution to your pension
• Free uniform

Applicants should have: 
• A passion for delivering high quality care with dignity and empathy
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• A full driving licence and access to your own transport

Applicants must be willing to undergo screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and a satisfactory DBS check at enhanced level.

For further information and to apply, contact Brigette / Janet on 0333 323 1990, or email:

Office Manager, Barnabus

£: On application
Posted about a year ago

The Office Manager provides essential office administrative and general support to the Operations and Resources Director, Beacon Manager, Fundraising Manager and Support Workers.


Training Development Worker

Full time
Posted about a year ago

Overall Aims:

To contribute to improving the sexual health of populations most at risk of HIV and poor sexual health in Hull; through professional engagement and promotion of Yorkshire MESMAC’s training offer.

Primary Objectives

To develop a training strategy and process for the Hull area, primarily for professionals.

To ensure that the Hull projects of Yorkshire MESMAC Group of Services have in place the systems and infra-structure to deliver trusted and appropriate sexual health training and workshops.

Increase uptake of Yorkshire MESMAC’s training offer for professionals through networking, promotion and development of professional engagement packages.

Teaching Assistant

Part time
Posted about a year ago

Developing Your Potential Recruitment is seeking enthusiastic and committed candidates to join our agency that would welcome the potential opportunityto work in a classroom setting within schools in your area at all levels within the teaching sector. We are continuously working to build and maintain close partnerships with primary, secondary and SEN schools across the UK. We will canvas CV’s to schools within your area to maximise your chances of gaining supply/voluntary and long term teaching work.