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We are a London Living Wage employer and have achieved the gold standard Investors in People award.

We have about 30 staff and offer a range of employment benefits as well as the opportunity to work for a well known and respected non profit organisation.

Benefits include:

  • 25 days annual leave and additional  leave days over the festive period;
  • continual professional development – both in house and external training relevant to your role;
  • up to two weeks paid study leave per year;
  • an employer pension contribution of 6%;
  • cycle to work scheme;
  • a summer staff away day and a festive party.

Opportunities

Neighbourhoods Voluntary Sector Programme Manager

The Voluntary Community & Social Enterprise Sector (VCSE) in the Hackney and City is looking for a dynamic, dedicated and ambitious programme manager to have a key role in the Neighbourhoods Programme and lead on the first pilot testing the VCSE structures within the Neighbourhoods model. We are looking for a multi-skilled professional with a strong dedication to the sector and keen to support and develop the local system, especially in relation to social determinants of health.

Neighbourhoods is an ambitious and transformational programme to re-organise how we, as an Integrated Commissioning and Care Partnership (ICC), deliver primary care, community health and social care services across City and Hackney.  We are developing 8 Neighbourhoods across City and Hackney.  Each Neighbourhood will look after a population of 30,000 to 50,000 people through integrated local health and social care services. The Neighbourhoods’ remit is both to meet local people’s needs and keep people healthy through pro-active and preventative interventions.

We are working to ensure that the VCSE input strategically to the ICC plans and that investment locally is built on the amazing assets we have in our community including community action, neighbourhood based VCSE organisations and borough wide VCSE organisations. The pilot will support the development of seamless working of these with transforming statutory provision.

The pilot is for one year with the long term aim to create a structure for Neighbourhood teams across sectors that support people, maximising the use of community and resident led action.

If you have any queries about this role please contact Jackie Brett Jackie@hcvs.org.uk or Kornilia Givissi Kornilia.Givissi@mindchwf.org.uk

Application deadline: 9 am, 23 April

Interviews in the week beginning 29 April

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Job description

Supporting information on the voluntary sector in the Integrated Care System

Application Form (seen by shortlisting panel)

Personal information (not seen by shortlisting panel)

Development Coordinator

Hackney CVS are looking for a Development Coordinator to manage their contract with City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), to set up and co-ordinate a network of migrant and refugee organisations and to work closely with them on an individual and network basis.

This is an interesting role that will provide and oversee the capacity building work with refugee and migrant organisations, ensuring we can provide bespoke support to the selected organisations and also that we can utilise the learning from the project to develop plans and bids for longer term support for this cohort.

The coordinator will support the Migrant Support Network members to develop consortia bids and proposals that enhance the safety net for Hackneys communities, prioritising community-led approaches, partnerships between large and small organisations to ensure that the organisations with reach into communities are recognised for their expertise.

Hackney CVS are looking for someone with experience of organisational development work, contract management and excellent interpersonal skills. The successful candidate will be the first point of contact for the Migrant Support Network and City and Hackney CCG, so experience of partnership working is also essential.

Salary: £32k per annum pro rata (Professional level 2, £28k-£34k)
Part time: 21 hours per week

Application deadline: 9am, 23 April

Interviews will take place in the week beginning 29 April.

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Meet the team 

Meet the trustees

Hackney CVS can pride itself in having very professional staff dedicated to realising the aims of the organisation. There were many examples of colleagues helping each other and sharing knowledge and skills to support clients and contribute to the plans of the organisation.

Javier Jaso, IIP assessor