The Source Young People's Charity in Aldershot have got the opportunity to win £3,000 from the Lloyds Bank Community Fund – they just need as many votes as possible.
It will cost you nothing to vote and you'll be helping transform the lives of young people. For details of how to vote please visit the Lloyds Bank website www.lloydsbankinggroupcommunities.com/ and click on Community Fund. You can also vote in the Lloyds branches in Aldershot, Farnborough and Farnham.
Once you've voted it would be great if you could then encourage your friends, family and colleagues to do the same.
If you want to know more about the work of The Source please visit www.thesourceforyou.co.uk/ or call 01252 333330.
Rushmoor CAB is recruiting for a new fixed term role of Wellbeing Advice Champion. This full time position for a 9 month period will play a key role in delivering the second year of the Advice for the Future project, finding new ways of supporting vulnerable clients with the many challenges resulting from welfare reform. This role is to specifically focus on the impact on mental health and wellbeing.
The successful candidate will support trials of new ways of delivering key advice messages, including peer education and digital and telephone advice for vulnerable groups, alongside partnership development to reach excluded groups. The role requires a sound knowledge of benefits, debt and housing advice, alongside good IT skills, partnership experience and strong communication skills.
The salary range is £22,443 - £23,945 p.a. (depending on experience). The post is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund until June 2015. Full details, including a job description and application form, can be downloaded from http://www.rushmoorcab.org.uk/job-vacancy/ or for an informal discussion call Monica Limbu, Community Advice Champion, on 01252 339570. The closing date for completed applications is 5.00pm on Friday 5th September and interviews are to be held on Monday 15th September.
RHL, in partnership and with funding from Macmillan Cancer Support, have a vacancy for a motivated person to deliver an educational programme regarding Cancer and End of Life to the Nepali Community and Health Professionals in Rushmoor, Hart and Surrey Heath Borders.
As the project involves engagement with the local Nepali population, it is a requirement that the person can speak and write in both Nepali and English.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Executive, you will be confident and have good presentational, organisational and influencing skills. Experience of delivering a health education programme and involving and managing volunteers would be an advantage.
The salary is £24,000 per annum (pro rata) for a 25 hour week. The post is a 2 year fixed contract.
Please visit www.rhl.org.uk/vacancies.php to view the full Person Specification and Role Description and access an application form. If you want to know more about the post or have an informal chat please contact Jim Ruddy on 01252 362661
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 8th September and interviews will be held on 15th September.
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